Tornado season is upon us, and severe weather is becoming more common year-round across the country and the world. Keeping employees and customers safe is a concern for everyone. The challenge can be particularly difficult for small to midsize organizations. Read about one woman's experience and follow links to helpful information.
People who feel respected and valued are more enagaged at work. The most successful companies know that taking care of employees first impacts everything from customer service to the bottom line. Read about being "people-centric" and follow links to learn more about the concept and companies that have embraced it.
Communication skill is on just about every list that comes up when you’re looking for what makes a successful HR manager. When you think of communication, what comes to mind? My guess is that it usually has to do with what comes out of the manager’s mouth or finds its way into an email or memo, like “clear,” “concise,” “call-to-action,” “organized.” How about "Listening"?
Employers are required to include pay data from 2017 as well as 2018 payrolls when completing Component 2 of the EEO-1 Survey which has been reinstated on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission form. This involves reporting pay data by race, gender, and ethnicity. The official deadline for reporting is September 30, 2019. Read for more information as well as links to the EEO-1 Survey and the EEOC 's FAQ web page.
The ICE raid on a Texas electronics tech company reminds us of the increased focus on employer compliance with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service regulations for hiring immigrants. It was the largest raid in over a decade. What does that mean for you? Read for information about the raid, your responsibilities as an employer, and links to USCIS websites with helpful information on completing Form I-9.
Pay data reporting by race, gender, and ethnicity has been reinstated on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC-1 form. The official deadline for reporting is September 30, 2019. Read for more information as well as links to the court document and EEOC frequently asked questions web page.
Due in large part to the efforts and leadership of the National Women’s History Project (MWHP), March is designated in the U.S. as National Women’s History Month (NWHM). As you are looking ahead in 2019, consider celebrating the women you know who make a difference every day. Read for celebration ideas, facts on some amazing women and their contributions, and links to find more information.
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Nearly 1 in 10 employees left their company because of a negative onboarding experience. On the flip side, a great onboarding experience helps attract and keep top-notch talent, and contributes to creating an engaged workforce. Personalization, a key consumer trend as we move toward 2020, can add to the effectiveness of your onboarding process. Read to learn some simple steps you can take to enhance your new hires' experience and follow links to a report and additional information.