How Can HR Help Support and Retain Working Mothers?
Gender inequality isn’t a new problem in the workforce, but the pandemic made many issues more visible. When schools closed, significantly more women than men stepped away from work to focus on childcare and homeschooling. At the height of the early pandemic (September 2020), around 600,000 more women left their jobs than men (source: NPR) […]Read Article
Top Ten Tips for Improving HR Communication
Communication is one of the most important pieces of the puzzle when it comes to engaging with employees and improving the culture at your company. Most of the guidelines for HR communication are common sense, but your methods may need to be efficiently adapted to your business. The impact of effective communication You can’t overstate […]Read Article
HR Data Security: Safeguarding Sensitive Employee Information
HR data security breaches are bad news for your business in countless ways. Bad PR for your company, big problems for your employees, compliance fines and lawsuits. But HR data security is not just a matter of protecting your company from liability and bad publicity. It’s about doing right by your employees, protecting their personal […]Read Article
Updating Employee Handbooks: Why, When, and How
A successful business is constantly moving forward, but an outdated employee handbook will leave you flat footed when responding to problems. From labor laws to social media platforms, your handbook needs to address emerging issues in today’s workforce. Few professional documents have the flexibility to fulfill vital compliance obligations while simultaneously setting aspirational goals. Beyond […]Read Article