When to get help for controlling anger, stress, and anxiety related to the pandemic. A global pandemic is a highly unusual and stressful event, a trauma that we've all lived through. It's the first time we've experienced such a seismic event since a century ago. Here...
Our current HR News Roundup features items on "brilliant jerks," the new EEOC guidance on vaccine incentives, recognizing & rewarding employees, the lighter side and more. The "brilliant jerk" dilemma and why so many managers get it wrong Art Petty, Smart Brief...
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The pandemic has been difficult for everyone, but particularly so for anyone who is coping with a mental health illness. Isolation, stress, grief, financial concerns, loss of normal life routines, and more have added challenges and pressures. May is Mental Health...
Check out our 2021 FMLA Update. We cover what’s new over the past year and offer tips, tools, and best practices from legal and HR experts. FMLA is one of the most popular search terms on our site, so we know it's on the minds of employers and HR managers. Because of...
In this HR News roundup, we feature articles on returning to work and what the workplace will be like post pandemic, recent Coronavirus news, and a few items from the lighter side. The new possible: How HR can help build the organization of the future McKinsey &...
In the light of recent hate crimes against Asian Americans, we offer resources for fighting hate and discrimination in the workplace. One might think that the shared misery that the pandemic has caused might unite us all as a nation, and in many ways, it has. ...
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A recent survey by the American Psychological Association tells us something we already knew: the pandemic has sent stress levels into overdrive. People are overwhelmed and it is taking a toll on our physical and mental health. Nearly half of survey respondents said...
Local news outlets are full of reports that are startlingly similar: drug overdose deaths are spiking. But with the pandemic dominating the headlines and crowding out much of the health news, it's easy to have missed the CDC's Provisional Drug Overdose Death Counts...
This issue of our HR News Roundup covers post-pandemic hybrid work models, interviewing questions, resolving conflicts, being funny at work and much more. Don't miss our items from the lighter side. What to Consider When Moving to a Hybrid Work Model Roy Maurer, SHRM...
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