7 Workforce Management Trends for 2019
How are you getting the most out of your workforce in 2019? From Gen Z to Baby Boomer, the workplace is poised to be uniquely diverse, and there are new tools to manage it. Here are seven workforce management trends HR managers should follow to maximize their company’s biggest asset — its people. Read More…
‘Smart Mobility’ as an Employee Perk: Know the Risk and Reward
With bike-share and electric scooters becoming more popular across the U.S., employers are capturing the opportunity to offer memberships and discounts for such services as a perk to employees. This benefit helps alleviate commuting costs, and adds value to existing employer-promoted wellness programs. View More
HR Tip of the Week: Gain Efficiency with HR Management Software
A variety of Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS) exist to provide everything from comprehensive HR to performance, recruiting or benefits focused platforms. When choosing HR software, consider a scalable, cloud-based option that will integrate well with your other business processes. View More
When Employers Can and Cannot Require Employees to Show Their Social Security Card
An employee may present an employer his or her Social Security card to complete payroll or I-9 paperwork. When completing the employee’s Form W-2, the employer should request that the employee present the card to record or verify the information but are not advised to “require” them to do so, according to the IRS. View More
Does your company use “Probationary Period” wording within its employment policies?
Is your company still using probationary periods to evaluate the suitability of new hires? If so, you may want to reconsider as the use of probationary periods has become an outdated practice that could lead to potential legal complications. View More
Providing a Menopause-Friendly Workplace
What does your company do to help women better manage menopause-related symptoms?
For many women, menopause can have several physical and psychological effects – including hot flashes, depression, anxiety, headaches, loss of energy, body aches, etc. – that can impact their performance at work. View More