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HR Works COVID-19 Update: Workcations a Growing Trend

We all know that the move to remote work has many implications for the modern workforce. But does remote have to mean from home? Does it have to mean from your state? What about your country? Some countries have special packages that allow US employees to work abroad. In this episode we will explore this […]

HR Works: Employment Attorneys Discuss Legal Landscape Under Biden Administration

The Biden administration will be taking over on January 20, 2021. The administration’s approach to employment law will likely be very different from the current administration’s. Additionally, Executive Orders have played a large role in how employment law is conducted in the United States. What changes can Biden make with his own orders? What direction […]

HR Works COVID-19 Update: What Vaccines Mean for Employers

It has been a few months since we have discussed workplace policies surrounding testing on this podcast. Since that time, testing has become much more widespread and available. Recent news has also offered us perhaps our first breath of fresh air in quite some time: two viable vaccines have been successfully developed. In this episode, […]

HR Works COVID-19 Update: The Online Accessibility Act

In the last episode, we began to discuss the issue of online accessibility and an increase in general, especially since the pandemic hit in lawsuits surrounding this issue. Today we are going to continue that discussion, specifically focusing on a proposed piece of legislation called the Online Accessibility Act. We are pleased to have back […]

HR Works: Employee Monitoring and Protecting Trade Secrets

This special episode is sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management, also known as SHRM. We are also excited to announce that this is our very first SHRM credit approved podcast episode. Stay tuned for information on how to get your credits later in the program. With large swaths of the workforce working remotely, […]

HR Works COVID-19 Update: Employers Beware; Online Accessibility Lawsuits Are on the Rise

With the mass migration toward working from home, more employees are depending on digital devices and the Internet for essential information for everything both in and out of work. Yet, many websites, services, and digital tools are not accessible to people with disabilities. That may mean your employees are having difficulty completing their work. Meanwhile, […]

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Helping Managers ‘Thaw’ the ‘Frozen Middle’ (Infographic)

Are your middle managers suffering from the “frozen middle”? According to Eric Ciechanowski, for JobHero, “The frozen middle is the term used to describe the role that middle management plays in company progress when initiatives are handed down and they slow in the middle.”

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What Elements Are in the Perfect Résumé? (Infographic)

As a recruiter, you’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to reviewing candidate applications and résumés. Think back to one of the best résumés you’ve ever seen—it can even be your own! What elements made this résumé stand out? Why would you consider this résumé “the best”?

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The 2020 Election’s Impact on Corporate Culture (Infographic)

The 2020 election will be a polarizing event for the nation, and your workplace will not be spared. A divisive workforce is bad for culture, and getting ahead of the turmoil will help keep your workforce united and engaged. Throughout August, September, and October, HR Daily Advisor conducted a series of mini polls to get a […]

Skills

Top Soft Skills in High Demand (Infographic)

The times are indeed a ‘changin! With the switch to remote work—and for some organizations, permanent remote work—new technology skills are required in order for employees to be successful in the new normal, but are we still focused on soft skills as well? Absolutely! A new NetCredit infographic features collected data from various industry sources […]