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8 great HR & management trends for 2019

01/25/2019
Here are eight key workplace trends to plan for in 2019, according to David Hassell, CEO of performance management firm 15Five.

Become a better manager with this 15-minute daily habit

01/25/2019
A daily self-assessment practice may be the most impactful growth tool you can use to be a more effective, more fulfilled manager.

Simple ways to remove wordiness

01/23/2019
Follow these steps to remove word clutter from your messages.

Be helpful, not condescending

01/23/2019
A thin line exists between offering advice and being condescending. Follow this advice to make sure you aren’t the latter.

Reining in Cupid during office hours

01/23/2019
What can you do if you’re hit by cupid’s arrow at work? Follow these rules to avoid a messy situation.

Where to focus safety efforts to avoid most costly injuries?

01/17/2019
Workplace injuries cost U.S. businesses $1 billion each week in workers’ compensation costs.

Flu could cost employers $17 billion this season

01/15/2019
While it is difficult for the CDC to predict flu severity, the staffing firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas estimates absences due to influenza could cost employers more than $17 billion in lost productivity this season.

Snapshot: Contingent workforce in 2020

01/15/2019
How much of the workforce is made up of contingent workers?

New law requires more sexual harassment training

01/11/2019
California was one of the first states to mandate sexual harassment training in the workplace. But the law only mandated regular training for supervisors at large companies. All that changed on Jan. 1, when Senate Bill 1343 went into effect.

Make staff training pay off

01/11/2019
Just because you send your staff to training courses doesn’t mean they’ll instantly be smarter and ready to double their productivity. But if you show interest in their learning curve, they may try harder to put new tools to work.