Click through for the articles from the past week on the HR Daily Advisor.
This Is the Truth About the Gender Engagement Gap
There’s been a lot of discussion lately around the persistent gender pay gap and what it says about today’s workplace. And while it is necessary to have an open conversation about this issue, there is another significant gap between men and women at work: the employee engagement gap.
Will There Always Be a Gender Engagement Gap?
In yesterday's Advisor we heard from Greg Harris of Quantum Workplace concerning research into the gender gap at work. Today we’ll hear more from him, including how that influences engagement at work.
Did the DOL Exceed Its Authority? Half of the States Think So
Recently, 21 states and a few employer interest groups filed suit against the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). Their argument is that the DOL overstepped its authority.
Some Say the DOL Exceeded Its Authority
Yesterday we looked at how half of the states and some employer interest groups filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). Today, we present more details of their complaints and what it could mean for employers.
Cubs Make it to World Series—And Teach Valuable Lessons Along the Way
Let me apologize in advance, but today I’m going to write about the Chicago Cubs. On Saturday night, the Cubs clinched a trip to the World Series by defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0. It’s the first World Series trip for the Chicago baseball franchise since 1945.