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Why Employers Should Encourage Flu Shots – Especially This Year

The flu may have a new moment in 2020. 

Influenza, or the flu, is a serious respiratory illness that is easily spread from person to person. Even though it can be serious, or even fatal, Americans have become accustomed to “cold and flu season,”...

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The Next COVID HR Hurdle: What to Do About the End of Year PTO Pile Up

One thing is certain, the coronavirus pandemic has forced employers to tackle a variety of new HR issues and create new policies — almost overnight. One such issue is the pile up of accrued, unused employee paid time off (PTO). A May 28, 2020...

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Tips to Manage Working from Home While Homeschooling Your Kids

Since early March 2020 the world has been gripped by a worldwide pandemic from the coronavirus. Businesses and public institutions of all kinds had to adapt very quickly to adhere to workplace and public safety requirements, sending many people...

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Ask the HR Expert: Can an Employee Refuse to Wear a Mask?

As the controversy about face mask mandates continues, employers are faced with the realities of operating their businesses while keeping employees and customers safe amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

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An Employee Makes a Racial Discrimination Claim – Now What?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) says that employers must investigate and work to resolve claims of discrimination by employees and applicants. When an employee makes a racial discrimination claim, employers should not ignore,...

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Building an Effective Compensation Strategy in Uncertain Times

Even in the best of times, creating pay strategies for your small business can feel like throwing darts. And the American workplace has certainly not experienced the best of times since COVID-19 became a daily fact of life.

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Handle with Care: COVID-Related Layoffs and Surviving Employees

America has experienced unprecedented mass layoffs as the COVID-19 pandemic has swept the globe.

Over the past few months, business owners and managers have faced tough decisions about whether to lay off staff, which staff to let go and how to...

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Diversity in the Workplace is a Bigger Deal in 2020

The deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor have been a catalyst for protests and real discussions of racial bias, and are shining a spotlight on all forms of institutionalized racism. The horrifying video of Floyd’s death...

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Back to Work: When Employees Refuse to Come Back

Updated September 1, 2020

Defying what economists had predicted due to the coronavirus’ impact on business, unemployment suddenly fell in May with 2.5M jobs added as the economy began to reopen. Then in June, another 4.8M jobs were added, and in...

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Words of Comfort: How to Support a Grieving Employee

Everyone will suffer the loss of a loved one at some point. In fact, the Hospice Foundation of America estimates roughly 2.5 million people die in the U.S. each year. If you think about the number of survivors impacted by the death of just one...

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