It’s that time of year again! College students are graduating and moving forward with their careers. In light of the great resignation, this can be a huge opportunity for companies to rebound from any recent losses and dig their heels into fresh talent!
The majority of states have legalized our favorite plant for medical use and many have legalized it for recreational use as well. But it remains listed on Schedule 1 of the Federal Controlled Substances Act which is why most banks and financial institutions refuse to do business with these companies viewing their businesses as too high-risk.
Retention and turnover have been quite the topic of conversation in the last couple of years and it seems employees and employers are both growing frustrated and confused.
There is constant talk of The Great Resignation, and while many people got their “ah-ha” moment in isolation, we can only place the blame on the pandemic for so long. The reality remains that understanding employee turnover goes far deeper than The Great Resignation.
The list of initiatives to retain your people can often be overwhelming, and while most of us can agree that training is important, it is not uncommon that employee development falls to the bottom of the list of priorities.
Podcasts are one of the best ways to learn. You can listen to them in your downtime, or when you're doing other things such as driving to work or when you're at the gym. With so many podcasts out there on almost any topic you can think of, there's going to be one out there for you. That's especially true for HR podcasts. Here are some of the best podcasts out there on the subject that you should be listening to.
There are so many rules and regulations you must comply with when it comes to labor laws, it can be enough to make your head spin. Luckily, many of the U.S. labor laws are common knowledge, or common sense.
Surely you’ve been preparing for the Q4 Season all year long if you’re in HR. This time of year can be stressful from tax preparations and compliance to policy changes and New Year plans. If you’re a little late to the party and find yourself scrambling to get organized, we have some reminders to set you back on track.