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Posted: 06-14-2018 10:20 PM
Synopsis: On July 1st, 2018 Vermont's brand new sexual harassment law, "An Act Relating to the Prevention of Sexual Harassment" goes into effect with groundbreaking regulations that cover more employees and ensure that employers in the state are serious about preventing and responding to workplace sexual harassment. This comprehensive guide of sexual harassment law and training requirements in Vermont lists all of the most important differences between Vermont and Federal law.
Posted: 06-11-2018 04:35 AM
Managers must ensure that employees feel appreciated at work. Employees who feel appreciated work harder, are better team members, have higher morale, are less likely to leave the organization for another job. Let's look at 5 ways managers can show appreciation to their team.
Posted: 06-09-2018 03:17 PM
Synopsis: A simple, concise and complete outline of the essential facts about California's AB1825 Sexual Harassment law. California is one of just a few states to require sexual harassment training and now also requires training on abusive conduct, gender identity, gender expression, transitioning, sexual orientation and all of the other groups protected from harassment and discrimination by California law.
Posted: 06-08-2018 03:30 AM
Synopsis: Managers should consider using employee performance appraisals as part of an overarching, year-round performance management plan. Some benefits include continuous improvement for employees, less pressure on employees, and closer relationships between managers and employees.
Posted: 06-07-2018 03:44 AM
Synopsis: When organizations take harassment seriously, employees have better morale and as a result are more productive. When employees know they are safe and their management cares about their well-being, it's amazing how much they can accomplish.
Category: Workplace Diversity
Posted: 06-04-2018 04:25 PM
Synopsis: Every year competition becomes more fierce and every year the need to innovate becomes more critical. Organizations are constantly looking for ways to think differently. The answer may actually lie in a company's demographics. Diverse organizations bring a large variety of backgrounds and experiences with them to the workplace. This has proven to be a crucial factor in innovation.
Author: Jim McKay
Posted: 06-01-2018 07:06 AM
Synopsis: Negativity can destroy a workplace. Every manager faces it and must have tools in their arsenal to combat it. Learn how to control negativity and turn your workplace into a positive and productive place with healthy and happy employees.
Category: Employee Development
Posted: 05-30-2018 03:28 AM
Synopsis: Respect is quite possibly the most important part of communication in the workplace. Without it, there will be conflict, low morale, losses in productivity, stress, depression, work absences and illness. This article lists several tips about how to show respect in the workplace
Posted: 05-07-2018 08:11 AM
Nowadays company cultural is a critical component in attracting top-level talent. Culture is now relevant in every aspect of recruiting. Many prospective employees will value finding an organization that is a good fit for them over a job that pays more money. Human resource managers need to include company culture as part of the recruiting process to ensure that prospective candidates will be a successful fit with their organization.
Author: Jim McKay
Posted: 03-31-2018 07:56 AM
Synopsis: According to a recent SHRM survey, 84% of companies today use social media to recruit talented employees and over two-thirds of those companies find it effective to find quality candidates and fill management positions in a shorter period of time. Organizations who use social media in the recruiting process have an advantage over those who don't and will find higher quality talent in a shorter period of time. Learn how your company can leverage social media in the recruiting process.
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