Click through for the articles from the past week on the HR Daily Advisor.
Making Absenteeism Absent from Your Organization
Employers naturally want to have a workforce they can count on, but excessive absenteeism—especially without merit—can be a big detriment to productivity. Business Consultant Bridget Miller has some ideas for keeping your employees in their seats.
Perfect Attendance May Not Be So Perfect … More Tips to Reduce Absenteeism
In yesterday's Advisor, Business Consultant Bridget Miller provided some tips on how employers can improve attendance among their workers; today, we provide more from Miller on how to prevent employee abuse of attendance policies and keep absenteeism down.
Do You Have a Plan for Employees in Gender Transition?
Employers that create a support plan in the event that employees begin transitioning their gender can benefit by being ahead of the curve. Playing catchup reactively can cost you in a discrimination lawsuit or make things more difficult than they need to be.
How to Handle Pushback against Gender Transition?
Yesterday we looked at how employers can get ahead of the game when it comes to creating a system for fairly handling employees who are going through gender transition. Today we’ll look at how to handle the pushback and the importance of keeping in touch with employees that are transitioning.
Don’t Lose Sight of What’s Really Important
Sometimes we lose sight of what’s really important in life. We get wrapped up in our work and let everything else suffer. As we allow our work to take over our life, it might be our workout routine that gets forgotten or a hobby that fades away. And if you can handle the extra 10 pounds or you weren’t all too passionate about the hobby, well, life goes on. But more often than not, when we get really busy at work and we let it take over our lives, it’s the people we care about most who pay the price.