It's time for the 2022 FMLA Update! Every year, we offer a recap of key issues, case law, tips and tools that we source from employment law attorneys and HR experts. Our update points to significant developments for the prior year, hits on lessons learned from case...
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, dedicated to raising awareness, reducing stigma, and seeking help for ourselves or our loved ones. As we pass the two-year mark of the pandemic, we can all agree that it's been a tough time - particularly for anyone who faced...
Did you know that April is Financial Literacy Month? It makes sense that it falls in April since many of us are taking financial stock as we do our taxes - and we don't always like what we see! The focus on Financial Literacy started in 2003 as an initiative to...
Employers can gain insight on workforce trends and labor challenges in the recently issued Randstad 2022 Salary Guide. While the report offers data for 8 specific industries, observations about shifting forces in labor are relevant to the market at large. Wages and...
In this edition of our HR News Roundup, we feature items about managing & motivating Gen Z, observations of Zelensky as a leader, post-pandemic addiction spikes, and more items of note. And because we all need humor, we close with a few items from the lighter...
In this roundup of HR Web Cafe News, we offer a collection of noteworthy articles from our recent reading list, including a report on workplace class action litigation, leadership training, a roundup of ideas on The Great Resignation and what HR managers can do to...
Feeling down in the dumps? Low energy? In the doldrums? You might be chalking it up to the pandemic and too much time being cooped up in your home - but it may be something else: Seasonal Affective Disorder. In the dead of the winter, many people experience their own...
Looking for a Valentine's Day gift to really show someone you love how much you care? Here's a great idea: A home blood pressure monitor! If you think that's an odd suggestion, hear us out. February is Heart Health Month, the perfect time for you and your loved ones...
As we launch the new year, we offer a roundup of HR trends and predictions for 2022 and a brief recap of the year that just closed. Have there ever been so many challenging issues facing human resource professionals? We're approaching the third year of a global...
People have a lot of opinions about the "Great Resignation" - a global trend of workers quitting their jobs. Nobody can fully agree on why it is happening or how long this will continue, but HR leaders do have thoughts about how employers can navigate these choppy...
You may have heard people complain about Zoom fatigue, but it is not a just a late-night TV joke - video conference burnout is a real thing, as research shows. Earlier this year, the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab (VHIL), examined the psychological...
We’ve updated our holiday survival toolkit to give you and your employees helpful resources to get through the 2021 holiday season! The holidays can be a time of happiness and festivity, but on the downside, they can also be super stressful with pressure around money,...
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