Special Work Arrangements
Employers face several challenges as they begin bringing employees back to the workplace. XpertHR offers some of the questions and answers for top issues HR professionals must understand and consider related to successfully moving back into workplaces.
Employers should follow these tips when dealing with temporary layoffs during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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HR professionals guided their organizations through great change in the past year, demonstrating adaptability, resilience and compassion. XpertHR spoke with one HR manager about the steps she took to help business leaders develop more trust and understanding in their employees and to transition to a remote environment with minimal business impact.
XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help an employer address mental health issues in the workplace.
Employers may ensure compliance with changing scheduling requirements by consulting XpertHR's Shiftwork and Scheduling sections of the Employment Law Manual.
As employees with school-aged children grapple with child care responsibilities, this resource outlines workplace strategies, such as paid and unpaid time off, remote work and other flexible scheduling options, that employers can consider when determining options to accommodate these employees.
XpertHR rounds up compliance and employee-engagement guidance and tools to help employers manage remote workers.
The coronavirus pandemic has significantly affected how employers view remote working arrangements. Going forward, employers considering a more permanent switch to remote work post-pandemic should weigh the impact such a decision will have on key areas of the business, such as operations, talent management, recruiting, benefits, policies and more.
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.
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