Employers should follow these tips when dealing with temporary layoffs during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Numerous legislative changes take effect on January 1, 2021, affecting paid leave, minimum wage rates, training, workplace safety and more. HR should take note of these legal developments and take appropriate steps to comply.
New state and local employment law requirements will take effect in California on January 1, many of which are bound to have a big impact on employers. Now is the time to review these new developments and ensure your organization is ready to comply.
Preparing for 2020/2021 performance evaluations is very different this year. Events that have unfolded in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic are drastically different than anything that could have been anticipated when performance objectives were set for the current year. Flexibility is key to providing fair and effective employee evaluations during the pandemic.
As COVID-19 stay-at-home orders are lifted, employers are making plans to resume regular operations and bring employees back to work. A successful return-to-work plan must take into account and address employee concerns, especially those related to workplace safety, job security and work-life issues.
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated to businesses the importance of agility in the face of sudden change. In the post-pandemic workplace, organizations of all sizes should look to prepare their leaders to let go of traditional ways of thinking and embrace a more agile approach.
In preparation for a layoff, it is just as important to have a plan in place for communicating with those employees who will remain as it is for those who will be directly affected by job losses. Implementing a plan focused on helping remaining employees navigate the emotions and practical workplace implications of a layoff can help an employer position itself and its employees for long-term success.
This guide will help managers and supervisors lead employees and manage change during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help an employer comply with state and local sexual harassment prevention laws that mandate training.
XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help an employer comply with New York State and New York City sexual harassment prevention laws.
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