Archive for Tag: HR

02.19.19

Tips for Developing a Substance Abuse Testing Program

Workers impaired by drugs or alcohol can cause serious damage to your business in the form of increased absenteeism, lower productivity, higher health care costs, higher workers’ compensation claims, and more on-the-job injuries and accidents. In order to maintain a safe and productive work environment, employers should take action to stop substance abuse. A cornerstone […]

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02.12.19

Balancing Leadership and Friendship Through Healthy Boundaries

Having a close-knit company culture not only makes your company...
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02.07.19

Six Ways Leaders Can Get Constructive Feedback from Employees

Everyone, including the leaders in your organization, can benefit from...
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02.05.19

Make Time for Coaching Employees with Four Simple Steps

One of the keys to being a successful leader, especially...
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01.31.19

Employee Engagement Efforts Don’t Have to be Flashy

The term employee engagement is often thrown around with trendy...
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01.28.19

Having Trouble Retaining Talent? Maybe Your Leaders Need to Demonstrate More Empathy

If you are having difficulty retaining employees at your organization,...
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01.18.19

Correctly Calculating Employee Overtime Pay

Calculating overtime is one area where many employers unintentionally run into trouble. Wage payment laws are complicated and employees who receive variable rates of pay can complete things even further. Let’s start with the basics. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) states that nonexempt employees must be paid time and one-half their regular rate of […]

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01.15.19

Four HR Trends to Watch in 2019

A new year brings new issues for employers to contend...
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01.10.19

Five Ways to Improve your Hiring Process and Find the Best Employees

Finding great employees is an employer challenge that we hear...
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01.03.19

Three Ways to Combat Employee Ghosting

Have you heard of the term ghosting? This is the...
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