Over the past year, society has paid ample attention to the “future of work.” Experts have spent hours making predictions about what that future will look like—both for workers and business leaders.
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What do you, as a business owner or HR professional, when you have an employee claiming that their sincerely held belief prevents them from receiving the Covid-19 vaccination? It’s not easy, but here is what you need to do.
Have a standardized form.
This is where you want documentation and consistency. The
Too many companies waste time trying to keep people who want to leave. Researchers found that it’s better to identify people who are excited to stay.
Portland veterinary services provider Hannah Pet Hospital will pay over $43,000 to a former pet nurse to settle a federal sexual harassment lawsuit.
The organizers say they will have enough signatures by Monday to file for an election with the National Labor Relations Board. The company is pushing back.
We all know that company. We may be that company.
There’s a huge amount of pressure for Black women, especially in white-dominated workplaces, to be extroverted.
In years past, autumn had a rhythm to it. Call it the “back-to-school feeling.”
Is it a school or a workplace? This is a question that will become increasingly difficult to answer in the years and decades to come.
New York City will require all city workers to be vaccinated by the end of the month or lose their paychecks, a new mandate for the nation’s largest municipal work force and one of the strictest in the country, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday.
Researchers found that tapering your offer — making smaller concessions each round — yields the most value in the end.