Work Culture is Making Americans Sick in the Stomach 

May 23, 2024

Via: HR Hero

As a gastroenterologist, I see all types of disorders of the gut. From diarrhea to vomiting and everything in between, my patients often suffer from symptoms and conditions that seem inescapable and never-ending because they are so physically exhausting. Yet, […]

5 Tips to Help Your Employees Care for their Mental Health

May 16, 2024

Via: HR Hero

May is Mental Health Awareness Month – a great time to take stock of your company’s mental health programs and your own emotional wellbeing journey. Approximately one third of employees report struggling with depression or anxiety, according to our Global […]

Case Study: Guidance for Employers on Music in the Workplace

May 9, 2024

Via: HR Hero

In today’s workplace, many employers allow employees to play music. While this is generally a cost-effective way to improve culture, morale, and productivity; it also creates potential exposure for hostile work environment and sexual harassment claims under Title VII of […]


USPS to pay $141K after firing worker for reporting an injury, judge rules

May 14, 2024

Via: HR Dive

Section 11(c) of the OSH Act prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for filing a health or safety complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration or reporting a work-related injury or illness. The worker was […]

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3 hiring and employment essentials small businesses need to know

May 13, 2024

Via: HR Dive

Small businesses are the lifeblood of the economy – with 18 million U.S. workers employed by small businesses paid annually just through QuickBooks Payroll. And this year, they’re hungrier than ever to hire. QuickBooks research found that 89% of small […]