We took the summer off but now we are back and better than ever. Join us as we discuss fall goals! I always think of fall as the time to set goals–it’s something about school starting.
Hurricane Ida has fortunately been downgraded to “just” a tropical storm, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t done damage and won’t continue to do damage. Over a million customers are without power in the storm’s path, and government officials ask that people stay home. Some, of course, are staying home because they
Some businesses run better when people work together in the same space. If your business is one of them, and you are bringing people back to the office, it will be just as much of a challenge as it was to send everyone home in 2020. You’re bound
Title: The Globalization of HR Date and Time: Thursday, August 26th at 2 pm CT 1 Hour SHRM and 1 Hour (Pending) HRCI Business Credit This presentation teaches HR professionals the role of HR in globalization. and its strategic role in the organization. Learning Objectives: 1. HR’s role
Everyone wants to work from home. Everyone wants flexible schedules. This seems to be the zeitgeist but that doesn’t mean punctuality isn’t a necessary characteristic. Or perhaps a skill. It is certainly something that you can learn and change about yourself. When everyone who possibly could work at
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If there’s one thing we’ve learned since March 2020, it’s that remote work isn’t the same as office work. It can feel that everything has changed, and now that many businesses are turning to a hybrid model, the confusion starts again. For instance, if someone is struggling, does
When the CDC issued new guidance saying that some vaccinated people need to resume wearing masks in some situations, you may have hoped the the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) would come out with clear, unambiguous guidelines. They did come out with guidelines, but they are still a