How to Avoid Miscommunication in the Workplace

Miscommunication is common in the workplace, and it is usually the cause of internal conflict and employee dissatisfaction. 86% of employers and employees believe that lack of effective communication is the main cause of workplace failures. Miscommunication can cause conflict and stress, so here are some ways to avoid miscommunication.   Overcommunicate   While the word “overcommunicate” […]

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Celebrating Outstanding Employees for National Employee Appreciation Day

We love the opportunity to celebrate some of the amazing...
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4 Ways Hiring Managers Can Improve the Candidate Experience

Applying for jobs is not a simple task. On average,...
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Pay Transparency Laws: What You Need to Know

This article was written by Rochele Bertasso, HR Business Partner...
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New Federal Laws for Pregnant and Nursing Workers

Two new employment laws were included in the federal omnibus...
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Retaining Employees During Economic Downturn

Since 2023 has begun, there has been talk of a...
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How to Prepare for Changes in the Workplace

Greek philosopher Heraclitus is quoted as saying, “Change is the only constant.” This is true in life and in the workplace.  Over the years, there have been changes in flexibility, diversity, technology, creativity, communication, collaboration, and the list goes on. The amount of change, particularly in the past few years due to the pandemic, can […]

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How Does Having Remote Workers Impact FMLA?

This blog was written by Rochele Bertasso, Senior HR Business...
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5 Ways to Reduce Bias in the Hiring Process

Having biased opinions can interfere with good decision-making and cloud...
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How to Avoid Productivity Paranoia

As of 2022, 26% of U.S. employees work remotely. Since...
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