Nexsen Pruet is pleased to announce the addition of three new Associates to the firm’s South Carolina offices.
Archives for November 15, 2022
Working While Managing Your Child’s Mental Health
Resources for parents, advice for managers, and realities we should all be aware of.
Using Simulations to Upskill Employees
These immersive, true-to-life scenarios help people practice skills in situations that replicate job conditions.
When — and How — to Say No to Extra Work
Four common situations to watch out for.
U.C. Workers Strike on All 10 Campuses
The walkout involves nearly 48,000 unionized academic workers at the prestigious public university system.
How to make a workplace that works for all personality types
It’s important to think about diversity of personalities, too.
Why last minute changes to Cal/OSHA’s COVID regulations are a mistake
There is a right way and wrong way to draft a new regulation.
Goldman Sachs Paid Over $12 Million to Bury Partner’s Claim of Sexist Culture
The payment went to a former partner who alleged troubling behavior by bosses.
Taking a skills-based approach to building the future workforce
Our work with the Rework America Alliance highlights how a skills-based approach can help US employers expand talent pools and retain great workers—even through economic uncertainty.
Railroad unions struggle to get rebellious workers to ‘yes’ on contracts
Two largest unions close in on votes in the biggest test yet of the Biden administration’s push to avert strikes.
American workers hate their jobs so much that nearly half of them wouldn’t wish it on their worst enemy
In a global study of 2,200 employees, 600 C-suite leaders, and 600 HR executives, the Workforce Institute at HR software firm UKG found that 38% of workers said they wouldn’t wish their job on their worst enemy—that figure jumped to 45% among U.S. workers.
Hiring remote disabled workers could help close the labor gap, economist says
The end to America’s nationwide labor shortage is still not in sight, but some economists suggest that having a more diversely-abled workforce in today’s hybrid work culture could help solve it.
How Workers Are Advancing To Better Jobs Today
Has the labor market become increasingly stratified in recent years, so that workers without college degrees are unable to advance?
These companies ran an experiment: Pay workers their full salary to work fewer days
Companies in the United Kingdom are about to complete the biggest trial of a four-day work week ever undertaken, anywhere in the world.
New AI Training Requirement for Certain Federal Government Employees
On October 17, 2022, President Biden signed into law the AI Training Act (the “Act”). The purported purpose of the Act is to ensure the federal government’s workforce has knowledge of how artificial intelligence (AI) works, AI’s benefits, and AI’s risks.