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Compensation & Benefits

Benefits get more vital in recruiting, retention

While pay continues to be the number one reason that Americans decide to remain with or join an employer, people are looking at health and retirement benefits as a more significant factor in recent years. As a result, employers are boosting those benefits to compete.
Employee Relations

Here comes the summer help!

How to welcome, prep and manage those seasonal employees.
Employment Law

Warn bosses about adverse action after bias complaint

Once an employee’s discrimination lawsuit gets to court, anything can happen. In fact, it’s common for employees to lose on their initial discrimination or harassment claims but still win an associated retaliation claim. That’s why you must train managers that any adverse action—even as minor as a schedule change—can be interpreted as retaliation if it comes after an employee has complained about bias or harassment

What frustrates applicants about your hiring process?

There’s never been a better time to be a job seeker. With 11 million job openings at the start of 2022, demand for talent is at an all-time high. That’s why it’s crucial your organization’s hiring process is seamless and speedy.
HR Management

How did COVID affect trust in the workplace?

A full 65% of U.S. workers say that trust among their co-workers and management has actually increased since the start of the pandemic, according to a ResumeLab survey of 1,100 workers.

Quit rates and job openings hit record

Here’s more proof of the white-hot labor market—and of job candidates’ bargaining power: U.S employers posted 11.5 million job openings in March and about 4.5 million Americans quit or changed jobs that month—both record highs.
Article Archives

7 in 10 say they adopt a different personality at work

$5k is a magic salary number

Even temporary conditions can be disabilities

Fairness can overcome managerial stupidity

Don’t let bosses override accommodations

Hybrid challenge: HR must innovate to reinforce culture

Sweeping FLSA revision advances in House of Representatives

OSHA starts covid safety inspections

Remind employees: Don’t panic about market losses

From retired to rehired: Beware liability risks

The wage-and-hour risks of rounding time

The case of the $79,000 rubber gloves

As the office opens, keep the bar closed

Most employers expanded paid sick leave in recent years

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