Tag: HR managers

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Is It Time to Implement a Pets-at-Work Policy?

Employers, now’s the time to make sure employees are feeling fulfilled. The Great Resignation is upon us. Plus, the Financial Independence, Retire Early (F.I.R.E.) movement is gaining momentum. It seems more and more Americans aren’t interested in staying at one company for long. When your employees are handing in resignations quicker than a cat on […]

How One HR Pro is Making an Impact with a Multi-Touch Mission

Christie Lindor spent the first two decades of her career working as a management consultant at some of the world’s top companies. Today, the first-generation Haitian American is a Workplace Culture and Inclusion expert that has earned a reputation for helping mid-sized and large organizations create high-performing, inclusive workplace cultures. As the principal of Tessi […]

DEI in a Hybrid Environment: What Managers Need to Know

Hybrid work is the new normal. While employees see endless benefits, managers should consider the pitfalls that also come with a part-virtual office, including the detachment of an organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts. The radical shift to a virtual workplace that we’ve seen over the past 2 years has challenged DEI efforts across […]

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Do’s and Don’ts for Hybrid Onboarding

Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic made businesses all over the world rethink the in-office work model in order to keep team members safe. HR managers and employers worked quickly to transition in-person onboarding and training to digital processes. Now, nearly 18 months later, with the “new normal” in full effect, HR pros are considering yet […]

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Cruella at Work: How to Eradicate Toxic Managers from Your Business

With the Memorial Day holiday weekend came the release of Disney’s next sure-to-be blockbuster movie, Cruella. Based on the classic animated film 101 Dalmatians, Cruella tells the story of Cruella de Vil, the evil puppy-stealing psychopath who uses the animals’ fur for her over-the-top, sartorial splendor. She’s deranged, she’s unapologetically wicked, and she’s the villain […]

Waiving Departing Employee’s Notice Period Can Raise Discrimination Concerns

In a recent article, we looked at the pros and cons of letting soon-to-be-departing employees work the duration of their notice period or whether it’s better to cut ties quickly. Of special concern to many HR managers is whether waiving the notice period can somehow be considered discriminatory. Coincidentally, the Iowa Court of Appeals just […]

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Tips for HR in the Supply Chain and Logistics Industries Post-COVID

COVID-19 has disrupted the entire world, changing industries and disrupting supply lines. Human Resources is at the forefront of these disruptions, as HR managers strive to innovate new processes to meet the needs of the workers they manage. These changes are likely to last a long time as the world shifts to business in the […]

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Virtual Career Fairs 101

In the past, one method of recruiting talent was via career fairs, but now that the coronavirus pandemic has ushered in a new age of social distancing, how can you host a job fair while keeping your recruiters and candidates safe?

Migraine: More than a Headache

While commonly associated with headaches, migraine can be so much more debilitating and include light and sound sensitivity, severe nausea, and a range of other symptoms that can make those experiencing them shut down for anywhere between a few hours and a few days. HR managers should be particularly vigilant in addressing this issue in […]