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Employees in all 50 states are now protected against discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. What does that mean for your small business?
HR hasn’t traditionally been the most data-driven department. Employees are individuals, not numbers, so what value could you get from analyzing data about people?
Numerous studies show that multigenerational teams are more innovative and better at problem-solving.
If channeled correctly, social media can benefit individual employees and the organization. There are challenges to navigate, however, to create an effective workplace strategy for social media use.
During the pandemic, remote work became the norm for many businesses but is there another shift happening?
Recently, a group of Starbucks employees in Buffalo, New York, made news when they voted to form the coffeehouse giant’s first U.S. union, according to CNBC.
With remote work on the rise, these companies’ products are in high demand.
News of labor shortages is seemingly everywhere.
Many Americans have grappled with financial issues during the pandemic, like increased childcare costs or income loss due to cut hours.
There was a time when working from home was more like a one-off privilege than the norm. But the pandemic changed that.
Labor shortages could hinder our economic recovery, so companies are trying to make it more appealing for workers to take a job.
But this potentially advantageous investment type is still accessible through other means.