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Governor Laura Kelly Signs New Kansas Vaccine Exemption Law

On November 23 Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed HB 2001 in response to the federal vaccine mandate currently caught up in the federal Courts. HB 2001 creates law related to employer COVID-19 vaccine requirements, false

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Governor Laura Kelly Signs New Kansas Vaccine Exemption Law

Revisiting the Performance Review: Does It Need to Be Fixed?

Letting employees know how they’re performing and therefore giving them insight into how they might improve, how they can build upon the strengths they have and where subsequent gaps in their skillset might exist is false

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Revisiting the Performance Review: Does It Need to Be Fixed?

Dealing with Burnout at Work: 5 Ways to Get Reenergized

Many of us have been there; burnout sadly is quite common in the workplace. People are exhausted. For them, work seems to represent the same grind day after day. They are mentally and physically drained and feel as false

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Dealing with Burnout at Work: 5 Ways to Get Reenergized

Making Friends at Work: An Ongoing Debate

The question of whether or not employees should make friends at work is one that can sometimes be trickier to navigate. Many experts suggest that people “do not make friends at work”; but is this always the best advice? false

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Making Friends at Work: An Ongoing Debate

Employer Tax Credits for COVID-Related Paid Leave Expire September 30

Tax credits for voluntary employer-provided paid sick or family leave due to COVID-19 expire Thursday, September 30, 2021. These tax credits were originally established and mandated under the Families First Coronavirus false

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Employer Tax Credits for COVID-Related Paid Leave Expire September 30

Rumors of Resignation: Signs an Employee is Going to Quit

Susan only told her coworker, John, she wants to quit her job, but now most of the office knows, including Susan’s manager. Office rumors can spread like wildfire, especially rumors of resignation. But what happens when false

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Rumors of Resignation: Signs an Employee is Going to Quit

7 Surprising Ways an EAP Helps with Work-Life Balance

People who work for companies that offer an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) are typically aware they can receive free, confidential help for things like substance abuse or marital problems. However, fewer are aware of false

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7 Surprising Ways an EAP Helps with Work-Life Balance

Biden Announces Vaccine Mandate; Affects 80M Private-Sector Employees

On Thursday, September 10, 2021, President Biden announced his new COVID-19 action plan called “Path Out of the Pandemic”. The plan includes a vaccine mandate that would affect almost 100 million Americans, including 80 false

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Biden Announces Vaccine Mandate; Affects 80M Private-Sector Employees

EAP: The Many Benefits of an Employee Assistance Program

Employee assistance programs (EAPs) provide employees with free, confidential help to help them work through personal issues. When the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) conducted a survey on EAPs in 2019, false

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EAP: The Many Benefits of an Employee Assistance Program

How to Avoid Unconscious Bias in the Interview Process

Employers naturally want to know as much as possible about a job applicant before offering that person a position with the company. However, there are right and wrong ways to uncover the desired information.

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How to Avoid Unconscious Bias in the Interview Process