We here at the HR Daily Advisor have been pleased to provide our audience with the very best in HR-related news, research, and guidance over the last year. In an unofficial way, our audience votes on the best content throughout the year with their clicks. We are happy to share with you the articles that were most viewed.
#10 ‘The Mueller Team Worked Without Cell Phones’
Remember the Mueller investigation? That seemed like forever ago. Regardless of your political views, we can all take one very interesting lesson from those investigations: They did all of that work without an iota of mobile access. If they can do it, so can you. Read the article here.
#9 ‘Boss, You Can’t Say That—It’s Retaliation’
Retaliation: the last thing any HR professional wants to hear, whether it comes from the mouth of an employee or, in this case, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Click here to read more about the case of an employee who received $1.5 million because her supervisor said “We need to get rid of her” when she complained about sexual harassment.
#8 ‘Are You Prepared for the New Laws Taking Effect January 1, 2020? (Map)’
Who doesn’t love maps? This map is particularly helpful; it lists everywhere states across the country will have new laws enabled as of January 1.
#7 ‘Common Examples of Gender Bias in the Workplace’
Unfortunately, gender bias can rear its ugly head in the workplace in so many different ways. In this article, we cover 10 of the most common.
#6 ‘State Minimum Wage Increases for 2020 (Map)’
Another map! And it’s no wonder why this one did so well. Keeping track of state minimum wage increases, particularly among organizations that have employees across multiple states, can be very tricky. A big thanks to Editor Melissa Morse for making this map possible.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post for numbers 1 through 5!