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This issue of HR News Roundup features items on threats to workplace DEI initiatives, flagging employee engagement, stress, the downward spiral in employer-employee loyalty, dementia in older workers, and more. Be sure to check out news from the lighter side and posts...
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Martin Luther King Jr. is the only non-President whose birthday is a national holiday and the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service. We offer resources to commemorate this national leader In 1983, Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday - January 15 -...
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Our current issue of HR News Roundup features items on what employers need to do to switch to a 4-day work-week schedule, conflict in the workplace, lagging engagement, leveraging the skills of veterans in the workplace, and more. Don't miss the items from the lighter...
We haven’t taken a good close look at Santa in the last few years so we are taking another look at his dual roles as employee and employer. Santa as an employee While Santa is most famous in his role as an employer, he also moonlights as an employee. In the months...
Doctor-Professor Mike Evans answers the age-old question “What is the single best thing we can do for our health” in a completely new way. He presents some compelling data about risk factors and what people can do to make a dramatic difference in health and...
Our 2023 Holiday Survival Toolkit offers a variety of resources and tips to help you have as happy, healthy, and stress-free a holiday as possible. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and it kicks off a busy season full of holidays, from Hanukah and Christmas to...
Our current issue of HR News Roundup features new EEOC guidance on harassment, ways to support employees during conflict, "accidental managers," employee burnout, new executive orders on AI, and much more. Of course, being Halloween, we finish with a few treats from...
Need ideas for your upcoming employee newsletters? November is a busy month! Check out these dates & events, with links to helpful resources. Be sure to remind your employees about EAP availability 24-7-365 as a free, confidential source of help. American Diabetes...
A massive manhunt is currently underway in Lewiston Maine and surrounding areas after a multi-location mass shooting spree occurred last night, resulting in at least 18 fatalities and 13 people injured. A shelter-in-place order remains in effect for all of...
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