Category: Q&A

What’s Next for Our National Nursing Shortage?

According to Dr. Amber Kool, DNP, RN, Associate Provost for Arizona College of Nursing, it’s going to be a long process to solve the nursing crisis. As of August 2022, the Nurse Journal reports that the main factors contributing to the shortage are a high nurse turnover rate, senior nurses approaching retirement age, an increase […]

Holiday Hiring: Mistakes That Cost Retailers Thousands

Nearly all retailers across the country (96 percent) are planning to hire at least some workers for this year’s holiday shopping season, according to HR software provider UKG. Key findings of the survey also found that at least 2 in 5 retailers say their stores’ top staffing priorities when planning for seasonal spikes include keeping current staff engaged, […]

Celebrating National Intern Day 2023

It’s National Intern Day and here at HR Daily Advisor, we’re celebrating interns who are learning from and working with employers throughout the U.S. Since its inception in 2017, National Intern Day has been recognized on the last Thursday in July. Created by WayUp – a job site and mobile app for college students and […]

Is Q1 Still the Best Time for Hiring in an Uncertain Economy?

Even with the looming danger of a full-scale recession, as seen by record high mortgage rates and falling consumer spending, the job market’s strength has continued to act as a buffer. Despite massive layoffs in the tech sector, according to experts, there are employers planning to hire in the coming months as opposed to reductions […]

Combatting “Bare Minimum Mondays”  

“Bare Minimum Mondays” (BMM) is the latest workplace trend to describe declining employee productivity. The fad sweeping workplaces was coined by Maris Jo, a TikTok content creator, who says the idea is to ease into the work week by prioritizing self-care over productivity on Mondays. Bare Minimum Mondays is also linked to the “Sunday Scaries,” […]

Encouraging PTO to Avoid Burnout in 2023

In today’s workplace, work-life balance, flexibility, psychological safety, and advocacy for mental health and well-being are all signs of a positive culture. With employee burnout at a record high, organizations are looking for new ways to keep their employees productive, happy, and stress-free. Fortunately, organizations already a tool they can utilize: paid time off (PTO). […]

How to Use Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

We live in an ever-changing world and the workplace is no different. From record-high burnout levels to mass layoffs, and fears of a recession, HR leaders have tried on a myriad of hats in an effort to retain talent and keep them engaged, productive, and happy. Still, the workplace remains rampant with buzzwords like The […]

The Benefits of a Diverse Aged Workforce

With five generations in the workforce, HR leaders and organizations are continually looking for best practices to manage the clashing generations. We recently featured an article discussing how organizations can bridge generational divides. If you still aren’t sure how to cultivate generational diversity in the workplace – or aren’t even sure there are benefits to […]

Bridging Multigenerational Gaps in the Workplace in 2023

Since Boomers aren’t retiring as early due to the cost of living, there are four active generations in the workplace. Each generation has unique traits and perspectives – and these differences influence how people work, think, and communicate. As a result, co-workers of different ages are clashing, and organizations must bridge generational divides in the […]

5 Warning Signs That You Are a Fuzzy Communicator

Although one of the most important factors in business is effective communication, both leaders and employees fail to apply tips for effective communication because they were never taught how to do so. As a result, they end up becoming a fuzzy communicator, which looks like a myriad of things. For example, fuzzy communication happens when […]