Modern Family: Baby on Board

EntertainHR - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 04:00

As a long-time fan of Modern Family, it has been interesting to watch the characters develop over the last 10 seasons. Haley Dunphy (portrayed by Sarah Hyland) has grown from an image-obsessed high school sophomore to a hard-working professional. On November 7th, the show revealed that Haley is unexpectedly expecting. As Hyland joked in a...

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Modern Family: Baby on Board

The Oswald Letter - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 04:00

As a long-time fan of Modern Family, it has been interesting to watch the characters develop over the last 10 seasons. Haley Dunphy (portrayed by Sarah Hyland) has grown from an image-obsessed high school sophomore to a hard-working professional. On November 7th, the show revealed that Haley is unexpectedly expecting. As Hyland joked in a recent...

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Modern Family: Baby on Board

Resources for Humans: - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 04:00

As a long-time fan of Modern Family, it has been interesting to watch the characters develop over the last 10 seasons. Haley Dunphy (portrayed by Sarah Hyland) has grown from an image-obsessed high school sophomore to a hard-working professional. On November 7th, the show revealed that Haley is unexpectedly expecting. As Hyland joked in a recent...

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How to Beat Rising Quit Rates

EntertainHR - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

The growing economy and low unemployment rate have created an unfortunate side effect for many organizations—increasing employee turnover. In July, 3.58 million Americans quit their jobs, the largest percentage in 17 years, according to Labor Department data. The proportion of workers quitting their jobs, known as the quit rate, reached 2.4%. A...

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How to Beat Rising Quit Rates

The Oswald Letter - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

The growing economy and low unemployment rate have created an unfortunate side effect for many organizations—increasing employee turnover. In July, 3.58 million Americans quit their jobs, the largest percentage in 17 years, according to Labor Department data. The proportion of workers quitting their jobs, known as the quit rate, reached...

Categories: Blogs

How to Beat Rising Quit Rates

Resources for Humans: - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

The growing economy and low unemployment rate have created an unfortunate side effect for many organizations—increasing employee turnover. In July, 3.58 million Americans quit their jobs, the largest percentage in 17 years, according to Labor Department data. The proportion of workers quitting their jobs, known as the quit rate, reached...

Categories: Blogs

Projection of Slight Decrease in U.S. Health Insurance Rates a Blip, Says Expert

EntertainHR - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

I recently sat down with Francis Coleman, Managing Director, Health and Benefits, Global Services and Solutions, Willis Towers Watson to discuss their recent Global Medical Trends Survey results. HR Daily Advisor: Your report shows that while health care benefits costs are rising significantly in some places, it might actually go down in America in...

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Projection of Slight Decrease in U.S. Health Insurance Rates a Blip, Says Expert

The Oswald Letter - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

I recently sat down with Francis Coleman, Managing Director, Health and Benefits, Global Services and Solutions, Willis Towers Watson to discuss their recent Global Medical Trends Survey results. HR Daily Advisor: Your report shows that while health care benefits costs are rising significantly in some places, it might actually go down in America in...

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Projection of Slight Decrease in U.S. Health Insurance Rates a Blip, Says Expert

Resources for Humans: - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

I recently sat down with Francis Coleman, Managing Director, Health and Benefits, Global Services and Solutions, Willis Towers Watson to discuss their recent Global Medical Trends Survey results. HR Daily Advisor: Your report shows that while health care benefits costs are rising significantly in some places, it might actually go down in America in...

Categories: Blogs

Employee Gives Two Weeks’ Notice: Do We Have to Pay?

EntertainHR - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

Q An employee recently put in her two weeks’ notice, but her manager went ahead and removed her from the schedule. Are we obligated to pay her for the time she was scheduled to work in those two weeks? A In general, you are not required to pay an employee for time not worked. That […] The post Employee Gives Two Weeks’ Notice: Do We...

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Employee Gives Two Weeks’ Notice: Do We Have to Pay?

The Oswald Letter - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

Q An employee recently put in her two weeks’ notice, but her manager went ahead and removed her from the schedule. Are we obligated to pay her for the time she was scheduled to work in those two weeks? A In general, you are not required to pay an employee for time not worked. That includes time during the employee’s two weeks’ notice period....

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Employee Gives Two Weeks’ Notice: Do We Have to Pay?

Resources for Humans: - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

Q An employee recently put in her two weeks’ notice, but her manager went ahead and removed her from the schedule. Are we obligated to pay her for the time she was scheduled to work in those two weeks? A In general, you are not required to pay an employee for time not worked. That includes time during the employee’s two weeks’ notice period....

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When Employees Claim to Be Addicts—What, if Anything, Should Employers Do?

EntertainHR - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

With the rise of opioid and other drug addiction in the US today, employers have to wonder—is it possible one of my employees is dealing with addiction? In the final article of a three-part series, Littler shareholder Dale L. Deitchler and associate Jeffrey E. Dilger, discuss how to handle issues of reported addiction and addiction […] The...

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When Employees Claim to Be Addicts—What, if Anything, Should Employers Do?

The Oswald Letter - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

With the rise of opioid and other drug addiction in the US today, employers have to wonder—is it possible one of my employees is dealing with addiction? In the final article of a three-part series, Littler shareholder Dale L. Deitchler and associate Jeffrey E. Dilger, discuss how to handle issues of reported addiction and addiction relapse in the...

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When Employees Claim to Be Addicts—What, if Anything, Should Employers Do?

Resources for Humans: - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

With the rise of opioid and other drug addiction in the US today, employers have to wonder—is it possible one of my employees is dealing with addiction? In the final article of a three-part series, Littler shareholder Dale L. Deitchler and associate Jeffrey E. Dilger, discuss how to handle issues of reported addiction and addiction relapse in the...

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Improve Work-Life Balance with Contingent Workers

EntertainHR - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

High-quality talent is hard to come by and even harder to keep. With low unemployment and a generation of reliable, experienced workers pondering retirement, competition for talented employees has become the stuff of sleepless nights for chief human research officers. With nearly half of all employers in America unable to find the employees they...

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Improve Work-Life Balance with Contingent Workers

The Oswald Letter - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

High-quality talent is hard to come by and even harder to keep. With low unemployment and a generation of reliable, experienced workers pondering retirement, competition for talented employees has become the stuff of sleepless nights for chief human research officers. With nearly half of all employers in America unable to find the employees they...

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Improve Work-Life Balance with Contingent Workers

Resources for Humans: - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 04:00

High-quality talent is hard to come by and even harder to keep. With low unemployment and a generation of reliable, experienced workers pondering retirement, competition for talented employees has become the stuff of sleepless nights for chief human research officers. With nearly half of all employers in America unable to find the employees they...

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Why Higher Ups Avoid Communicating with Their Staff

EntertainHR - Mon, 12/03/2018 - 04:00

Everyone experiences moments where they feel ill at the thought of speaking up. Managers and bosses are no exception. Harvard Business Review and other research firms have reported that up to 69% of managers are uncomfortable communicating with employees. This includes not just when it comes to having conversations they think an employee might...

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Why Higher Ups Avoid Communicating with Their Staff

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 12/03/2018 - 04:00

Everyone experiences moments where they feel ill at the thought of speaking up. Managers and bosses are no exception. Harvard Business Review and other research firms have reported that up to 69% of managers are uncomfortable communicating with employees. This includes not just when it comes to having conversations they think an employee might...

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