Why Are They Leaving?

EntertainHR - 18 hours 45 min ago

You’re probably asking yourself why there are millions of jobs available when over 8 million people remain out of work. People are disgruntled. They want more from their employers, and they’re tired of being underpaid for the work they do. With 86% of people feeling that their workplace does not hear people fairly or equally, […] The post...

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Why Are They Leaving?

The Oswald Letter - 18 hours 45 min ago

You’re probably asking yourself why there are millions of jobs available when over  8 million people remain out of work?  People are disgruntled. They want more from their employers.  They are tired of being underpaid for the work that they do. With 86% of people feeling that their workplace does not hear people fairly or equally, there is...

Categories: Blogs

Why Are They Leaving?

Resources for Humans: - 18 hours 45 min ago

You’re probably asking yourself why there are millions of jobs available when over  8 million people remain out of work?  People are disgruntled. They want more from their employers.  They are tired of being underpaid for the work that they do. With 86% of people feeling that their workplace does not hear people fairly or equally, there is...

Categories: Blogs

Recent Case Sheds Light on Resignations, Harassment Investigations

EntertainHR - 18 hours 48 min ago

Employers sometimes breathe a sigh of relief when an employee resigns, particularly if the individual had performance problems, made discrimination complaints, or engaged in other types of protected activity. But what counts as a resignation in the state? Under what circumstances might a resignation not actually be a resignation at all?...

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Appreciating Position Players

EntertainHR - 18 hours 48 min ago

Sitcoms are full of long-time employees who’ve been in their current role forever. They’re a source of stability and experience and an anchor for all the chaos around them. But it often feels like there’s a tragic element to such characters—they seem to be good at their jobs, so why have they been stuck in […] The post Appreciating...

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Recent Case Sheds Light on Resignations, Harassment Investigations

The Oswald Letter - 18 hours 48 min ago

Employers sometimes breathe a sigh of relief when an employee resigns, particularly if the individual had performance problems, made discrimination complaints, or engaged in other types of protected activity. But what counts as a resignation in the state? Under what circumstances might a resignation not actually be a resignation at all?...

Categories: Blogs

Appreciating Position Players

The Oswald Letter - 18 hours 48 min ago

Sitcoms are full of long-time employees who’ve been in their current role forever. They’re a source of stability and experience and an anchor for all the chaos around them. But it often feels like there’s a tragic element to such characters—they seem to be good at their jobs, so why have they been stuck in the same roles for so...

Categories: Blogs

Recent Case Sheds Light on Resignations, Harassment Investigations

Resources for Humans: - 18 hours 48 min ago

Employers sometimes breathe a sigh of relief when an employee resigns, particularly if the individual had performance problems, made discrimination complaints, or engaged in other types of protected activity. But what counts as a resignation in the state? Under what circumstances might a resignation not actually be a resignation at all?...

Categories: Blogs

Appreciating Position Players

Resources for Humans: - 18 hours 48 min ago

Sitcoms are full of long-time employees who’ve been in their current role forever. They’re a source of stability and experience and an anchor for all the chaos around them. But it often feels like there’s a tragic element to such characters—they seem to be good at their jobs, so why have they been stuck in the same roles for so...

Categories: Blogs

House’s Passage of FAIR Act Signals End of Mandatory Arbitration of Workplace Disputes

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 08:24

For decades, American employers have relied on judicial precedent and the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) to enforce predispute mandatory arbitration agreements, which are signed before any known conflict arises between the employer and the employee (typically at the beginning of the employment relationship) requiring them to arbitrate any future...

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House’s Passage of FAIR Act Signals End of Mandatory Arbitration of Workplace Disputes

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 08:24

For decades, American employers have relied on judicial precedent and the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) to enforce predispute mandatory arbitration agreements, which are signed before any known conflict arises between the employer and the employee (typically at the beginning of the employment relationship) requiring them to arbitrate any future...

Categories: Blogs

House’s Passage of FAIR Act Signals End of Mandatory Arbitration of Workplace Disputes

EntertainHR - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 08:24

For decades, American employers have relied on judicial precedent and the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) to enforce predispute mandatory arbitration agreements, which are signed before any known conflict arises between the employer and the employee (typically at the beginning of the employment relationship) requiring them to arbitrate any future...

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Lived Experiences Lead to Big, Bold Moves

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 04:36

In our long-running series of profiles on chief diversity officers (CDOs), we often find that those holding such positions stumbled into them almost by accident. Of course, this is an oversimplification, but the point is that it’s relatively rare—based on the individuals we’ve profiled to date—to find people who had their sights set on a...

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Lived Experiences Lead to Big, Bold Moves

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 04:36

In our long-running series of profiles on chief diversity officers (CDOs), we often find that those holding such positions stumbled into them almost by accident. Of course, this is an oversimplification, but the point is that it’s relatively rare—based on the individuals we’ve profiled to date—to find people who had their sights set on a...

Categories: Blogs

Lived Experiences Lead to Big, Bold Moves

EntertainHR - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 04:36

In our long-running series of profiles on chief diversity officers (CDOs), we often find that those holding such positions stumbled into them almost by accident. Of course, this is an oversimplification, but the point is that it’s relatively rare—based on the individuals we’ve profiled to date—to find people who had their sights set on a...

Categories: Blogs

Addressing Stress in the Workplace

EntertainHR - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 04:03

One of the unavoidable truths of life is that everyone experiences stress. For many, the workplace can be particularly stressful. Research by the CIPD found that 79% of HR leaders surveyed reported stress-related absences in their organization from 2020–2021; this rises to a staggering 91% in organizations with 250+ employees. This research shows...

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Addressing Stress in the Workplace

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 04:03

One of the unavoidable truths of life is that everyone experiences stress. For many, the workplace can be particularly stressful. Research by the CIPD found that 79% of HR leaders surveyed reported stress-related absences in their organization from 2020–2021; this rises to a staggering 91% in organizations with 250+ employees. This research shows...

Categories: Blogs

Addressing Stress in the Workplace

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 04:03

One of the unavoidable truths of life is that everyone experiences stress. For many, the workplace can be particularly stressful. Research by the CIPD found that 79% of HR leaders surveyed reported stress-related absences in their organization from 2020–2021; this rises to a staggering 91% in organizations with 250+ employees. This research shows...

Categories: Blogs

How Human Resources Can Craft an Effective Social Media Policy

EntertainHR - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 04:02

Social media is a battlefield these days, and there’s no doubt about it. One wrong tweet can light the Internet on fire. So how do you handle your employees’ social media usage, and how do you communicate your expectations? The first thing to consider when crafting an effective social media policy is that there really […] The post How...

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How Human Resources Can Craft an Effective Social Media Policy

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 05/16/2022 - 04:02

Social media is a battlefield these days, and there’s no doubt about it. One wrong tweet can light the Internet on fire. So how do you handle your employees’ social media usage, and how do you communicate your expectations? The first thing to consider when crafting an effective social media policy is that there really is no one right or...

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