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HR and Employer Considerations in a Post-Roe v. Wade Workplace

In a controversial decision earlier this month, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned its long standing Roe v. Wade ruling from 1973. For almost 50 years, the landmark ruling protected a pregnant woman’s liberty to choose to have an abortion.  With the recent Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, abortion has not been made illegal […]

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How to Effectively Manage Tardiness and Absenteeism

Absenteeism and tardiness are recurring problems in most workplaces—even in a remote work world. Don’t settle for the bare minimum when it comes to tardiness and absenteeism. Use time and attendance software to create enforceable policies, improve performance, and reduce cost.  READ MORE: 12 Essential Time and Attendance Software Features While some employees fail to […]

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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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8 Reasons Why Your Company Needs to Use Employee Scheduling Software

Employee scheduling software is quickly becoming indispensable workplace technology. If you’re still doing business the old-fashioned way—sending an email or submitting a paper request for time off—then you are hindering your business and employees. Like other HR technologies, employee scheduling software makes better use of your staff and the limited hours in each workday. When […]

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Coronavirus and Beyond: IRS Promises Full, Immediate Reimbursement for Sick Leave

It’s no surprise that the coronavirus pandemic and response have led to layoffs and economic uncertainty. The Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia has confirmed, “This large increase in unemployment claims was not unexpected,” but stimulus checks and other measures are expected to soften the impact. The federal government has also sought to provide incentives and […]

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CFO + HR Toolkit - How CFOs Can Enable Growth with HR Technology

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