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What is ‘Quiet Quitting’ and What Can HR Do About It?

Spreading like fire on social media, “quiet quitting” has moved beyond TikTok and into everyday work environments. The term should be on every HR professional and manager’s radar.  HR staff can minimize quiet quitting by keeping workers motivated and communicating about problems. Look at quiet quitting as an opportunity to improve your company culture and […]

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Seven HR Tips for Better Leave Management Policy

PTO, FMLA, sick days, vacation days, time off, absenteeism… Leave management is a major component of HR management and employee scheduling, but it shouldn’t be an ongoing source of problems and conflict. Handle time off requests fairly and efficiently in order to keep the entire company working effectively. With the right policies and HR software, […]

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Overtime Running Over-Budget? 10 Tips for Managing Overtime

Overtime is an important topic for businesses of all sizes. Excessive overtime leads to overspending for your company and overworked staff—on top of various employment laws and labor regulations to consider. Managing overtime is a crucial topic for HR and managers to plan for and address.  Overtime policies need to be clear and fair. Overtime […]

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Tips for Attending an HR Conference

When the pandemic hit, so many things were closed or canceled . Whatever could be, went virtual. After two hectic years of false starts, things are finally starting to get back to normal, including work and conferences going back to in-person. Most notably, the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) annual conference recently held in […]

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The State of HR: 5 Important Lessons from the SHRM Conference

The Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) annual conference is a big deal. Like, a really big deal for HR professionals and companies of all sizes. This year’s event was as big as ever, especially on the heels of a COVID-hindered few years. Held in New Orleans over four jam-packed days (June 12-15), the event […]

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How to Celebrate Pride Month Authentically in the Workplace

In the past few years, companies have become increasingly vocal in their support of social causes, organizations, and celebrations. One of the most prevalent and recognizable is Pride Month.  Like any diversity and inclusion effort from businesses, the support is welcome as long as it is authentic and not self-serving. How many companies actively support LGBTQ+ […]

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5 Tips to Support Employee Mental Health in the Workplace

5 Tips to Support Employee Mental Health in the Workplace: Implement a wellness program and mental health benefits  Promote continual learning and development  Provide sufficient PTO, leave, flexible schedules, and remote/hybrid work  Offer an Employee Assistance Program (EAP)  Promote a healthy, balanced approach to performance metrics  According to the World Health Organization (WHO), employee mental […]

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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) […]

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HR in 2022: Major HR Trends and Topics To Guide Your Year

Like many jobs, the Human Resources profession has undergone major changes in the past decade. That’s not even taking into account how the ongoing pandemic has completely altered every aspect of work life. As we enter the third calendar year of the pandemic, what does 2022 have in store for Human Resources? What important work […]

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