Are your employees wearing their masks properly and consistently? Learn how to develop and implement a safe and compliant workplace face covering policy.
This month we've rounded up 6 changes from the federal government including increased I-9 fines and employer's rights to discipline employee conduct. Meanwhile, California changes the red flag law related to gun violence, and Colorado, New York, Illinois, and South Carolina make other HR-related regulatory changes.
Here’s a question that came in from one of our recent COVID-19 webinars… Q: Should we inform customers if an employee tests positive for COVID-19? Who and how? Here’s what our expert had to say: To start, the facility management staff should seek out their legal counsel and the public health department concerning who should […]
Want to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in your organization? Avoid the salary history question—don’t ask anyone how much they made at their last job.
Everything you need to know from the recent Supreme Court rulings, overtime pay calculations, and I-9 verification to changes in 8 states like Colorado, Illinois, and New York.
Anxiety is a rational response to the COVID-19 pandemic. But you can—and you should—help your employees manage their stress levels. Here’s how.
Q: If we haven’t had an onboarding process for our employees until this point, do we need to go back and “re-onboard” people?
Do you know who “owns” your organization’s onboarding process? In other words: Can you name which person or people are responsible for helping new employees feel comfortable, prepared, and productive? If you can, great—you’re one step closer to optimizing your onboarding procedures. But if you’re not sure who currently owns onboarding, don’t worry; it doesn’t mean you need to […]
Every month, we put together the upcoming HR-related regulatory changes that businesses should be aware of. California released a sexual harassment training and increased paid family leave benefits.