2020 has publicly taught employers and employees a number of lessons on pivoting and remote work. But from behind the curtain, our HR team has been carefully observing how client use of systems, standard operating procedures, communication skills, and performance feedback (or lack thereof), has helped or hurt them during this challenging time of change. […]
When warmer weather hits, dress code standards seem to be at the forefront of employers’ minds. They also seem to pop up and be revisited whenever an employee makes particular clothing or style decision – “I can’t believe he wore that to work!” “Her hair is rainbow-colored. RAINBOW! She has client meetings tomorrow!” Ideally, dress […]
These briefs provide a general description and are not meant to be all inclusive of compliance requirements. This list is not inclusive of all legislative changes for employers across the U.S. Changes may have been addressed in previous updates, which can be accessed from our blog. Employers are encouraged to work with their Inspiring HR […]
What is Critical Thinking? In order to understand the importance of hiring a critical thinker for your business, let’s start by defining “critical thinking.” Critical thinking can be defined as the ability to objectively identify, analyze, and solve a problem and/or situation through thorough research and understanding. Critical thinkers follow the “Who, What, When, Why, […]
The last decade has brought a harsh new reality to the workplace – a drastic increase in the number of employees abusing opioids and other prescriptions pain killers. Opioids, in particular are devastatingly addictive, requiring as few as five days to unwittingly change someone from a symptom-based user to an addict. The Cost to Employers […]
The job market is so good, candidates are not showing up for interviews, or not showing up for their first day on the job. We know “ghosting” has become frustrating for employers as it makes its way into the workplace, and we thank our friends at Talentuition for sharing their observations and best practices for […]
Some of the notable newly active and future state changes in this issue are as follows: COLORADO CO Healthy Families and Workplaces Act – Effective Dates Vary Colorado has enacted the Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (“Act”), which requires all Colorado employers to provide three types of paid sick leave: (1) COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave; […]
Greg is a non-exempt accounts receivable associate and is paid by the hour. He has been working remotely since the company worksite temporarily closed. Greg has always been reliable, and his manager doesn’t really check in very often as the work seems to be getting done. In a conversation about his managing hours, Greg confessed […]
Small businesses generally don’t need to hire a full time HR manager. Their focus is primarily on running their business and helping it grow, which is exactly where it should be. However, when a business has employees there are still HR responsibilities that need to take place. In small businesses, these duties are usually handled […]
Welcome to our monthly state labor law updates. These briefs provide a general description and are not meant to be all inclusive of compliance requirements. This list is not inclusive of all legislative changes for employers across the U.S. Other upcoming changes may have been addressed in previous updates, which can be accessed online. Employers […]
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