When most of us were children, we probably didn’t dream about having a solid block of 8, 4, or even 2 hours to sit down and really focus on some work. But in today’s modern workplace, such uninterrupted work time truly is a luxury for many people.
For many employers, risk management includes succession planning. One goal is to avoid or reduce business interruptions and maintain momentum toward achieving your objectives. Another goal is to avoid the unnecessary loss of knowledge and experience occurring when valuable personnel depart suddenly and unexpectedly.
As organizations around the world begin to reopen, there are many things you need to do to ensure employees stay safe and healthy. One of these is to implement contact tracing.
Just because your small business has a smaller payroll and fewer flashy resources than bigger companies doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t offer competitive benefits. Instead, you can turn your business’s size into a strength and offer benefits that will keep your employees happy.
Remember the “good ole days” of the candidate-driven market, where jobseekers made all the choices in who they worked for and it was up to employers to offer the best perks and benefits to lure these candidates in? It’s hard to imagine that this was only a few months ago and we’re now living in […]
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ July jobs report, unemployment fell to 10.2%, while employment rose by 1.8 million. Yet, despite the high unemployment rate, employers say they’re actively hiring during the pandemic. So, where are all the jobs?
Employers all over the country are responding to an unprecedented pandemic to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus. This growing public health crisis has raised many legal issues, including those related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Technology has made the lives of many businesspeople easier than ever, which is clearly a good thing, especially in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic. For learning and development (L&D) professionals, one of the challenges of a remote work environment is continuing to offer employees the training resources they need.
After a black reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette posted a tweet critical of racial bias in the news media, the employer barred her from covering local protests following the George Floyd killing in Minnesota.
The fitness industry has been forced to reinvent itself in the wake of COVID-19. With social distancing requirements temporarily shuttering facilities nationwide, clubs and personal trainers have turned to virtual classes and social media to keep followers and members engaged. But even as restrictions begin to ease, a growing number of people are less than […]