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What to Consider Before Encouraging or Requiring Flu Shots

October 29, 2020

Via: HR Hero

Fall is here and many employers are getting anxious about flu season. With COVID-19 still unchecked, they could soon find themselves in the position of battling staffing challenges and employee health issues from two dueling infections. While healthcare employers have […]


What New York Employers Need to Know for the Election Season

October 22, 2020

Via: SHRM

The year 2020 has certainly come with its share of new challenges. Now, with the upcoming presidential election, heightened tensions around the country, new remote work environments, videoconferences offering a window into employees’ personal lives, face masks with political slogans, […]


How to Rehire Your Workforce with a Limited HR Team

October 14, 2020

Via: HR Hero

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, American companies furloughed workers at an unprecedented rate. Initially, these furloughed employees believed their layoff was just temporary, but now, many of these job losses have become permanent. In fact, according to the U.S. Labor Department’s […]


Good case practices, Workplace wellness

Politics in the Workplace: Your Rights and Responsibilities

October 29, 2020

Via: Spark

As the United States presidential election nears, employers are likely to see more employees expressing their political views, engaging in political activity, and requesting leave to vote or to cast their absentee ballot. Here are some points to consider as […]


Research, Software

Elevating the Role of Technology in Training and Development

October 29, 2020

Via: Spark

Humans have valued learning since the dawn of time. So why do we suddenly need technology to help us learn within organizations? Well, first of all, the role of technology in training and development isn’t new. It’s had an increasingly […]


Good case practices, Workplace wellness

Fighting workplace harassment is going to take more than a hotline

October 28, 2020

Via: The Verge

Say you’re a female employee working for a small tech company. You’re sitting in a meeting with your boss, the CEO. He’s — hypothetically — a 38-year-old white man with $1.2 million in the bank. You have student debt, a […]