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Survey: One-third embrace 100% remote workforce

11/10/2020
With remote work becoming the new normal, more companies are now willing to not only hire remote workers, but to hire them from anywhere.

Biden election signals coming change for HR

11/10/2020
When President-Elect Joe Biden is sworn in on Jan. 20, employers can expect a return to the generally pro-employee regulatory agenda of the Obama administration, updated to reflect the realities of a business environment largely shaped by the coronavirus pandemic.

8 questions office managers must address before return-to-work

11/07/2020
Before a possible influx of employees back into the office, make sure you’ve begun to explore solutions to the following dilemmas.

Unions seek binding OSHA coronavirus rules

11/05/2020
Unions have filed two lawsuits seeking to compel the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to develop mandatory pandemic-related workplace safety standards. OSHA is pushing back, maintaining that current safety standards and practices do enough to protect frontline workers.

1-Minute Strategies: December ’20

11/04/2020
Share your screen, but not for too long … Try a “Questions” box … Wait, Rudolph is a girl?? … I’ll be with you in a zeptosecond … Trees are still open for business … Do you mispell these wurds?

90% of firms transformed their business this year

11/03/2020
In a survey of more than 2,800 senior managers in the U.S., nine in 10 respondents said their organization has improved operations or pursued new opportunities as a result of covid-19.

The HR I.Q. Test: November ’20

11/01/2020
Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

NLRB clarifies obligations during pandemic

10/29/2020
Several recent cases before the National Labor Relations Board show that the National Labor Relations Act most definitely affects employer obligations during the coronavirus pandemic. Remember, the NLRA covers all employers, not just those that employ union members.

CDC covid guidance could spike absenteeism

10/29/2020
New coronavirus guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could trigger a fresh wave of absences by employees who must self-quarantine, according to employment lawyer Jon Hyman of Meyers Roman in Cleveland.

Covid spurs job seekers to relocate, change industries

10/27/2020
In a new report from outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, more job seekers opted to relocate for new opportunities, move to smaller companies and change industries in the second quarter, when initial shutdown orders took effect.