The Forgotten Law | The Americans With Disabilities Act

Article contributed by Mark Adams It seems that every year we hear about another law; requiring some sort of time off. State sick leave laws, federal and state family and medical leave laws, parental leave laws – the list seems to go on and on. For many employers, the patchwork creates a mindset that once the time …

Broaden Your Talent Pool and Your DEI Initiatives!

Article contributed by Patti D’Amaddio A halting and very informative 2021 research article published by Emsi, www.economicmideling.com, “The Demographic Drought” speaks to the perfect storm that is causing what they refer to as a Sansdemic (sans-without, demic-people)! This is a must-read article, but it will only reinforce and explain what every HR professional and leader already …

Lend A Colleague A Hand

EANE Invites our members to refer a friend this month and gain a great “Thank You” perk from EANE. Hear All About The Great Perks Waiting For You In This Message From Our Membership Director, Allison Ebner: For more information about this member referral bonus, please email Allison at aebner@EANE.org.

Are You Happy Here? The Question Every Manager Should Be Asking Employees

Article contributed by Pam Thornton The hotline calls are coming in like wildfire with organizational leaders ready to pull their hair out over the challenges they are fighting to recruit and retain talent today. The best recruitment strategy always includes having a strong retention plan. We know what can happen when we take our eye …

New Study Shows That Men and Women Have Significantly Different Beliefs as to What Constitutes Sexual Harassment

Article contributed by Sibling Employers Association Professional, Heather Nezich This July, TalentLMS, a leading learning management system, and The Purple Campaign, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending sexual harassment in the workplace, released the results of a survey on sexual harassment training at work. The results reveal that men and women have significantly different beliefs as …

Change is Constant. How Do We Remain Positive, Productive & Effective?

Article contributed by John Henderson Last week I had the pleasure of facilitating the Totally Responsible Person® program to three different organizations. One of the first slides I use in the program states the purpose of the course is to “Stay Positive, Productive and Effective – No Matter What the Circumstances!”  This slide always makes …

In This Flexible Age – Beware of Wage and Hour Mistakes

Today’s workplaces are evolving. Between the lessons learned from the pandemic coupled with the expectations of today’s workers (most notably the Millennial generation), the demand for workplace flexibility is at an all-time high. Faced with this expectation and fearful of losing talent in an already barren labor market, HR Professionals are forced to be creative. …

Is the Tide Turning on Mandating Vaccinations?

When I wrote my December blog “Questions Every Employer Should Ponder Before Determining Their Vaccine Policy”, I had floated many concepts that employers would ultimately need to face when the COVID-19 vaccines became readily accessible and prevalent in society; including questions surrounding what an employer’s role should be. (Questions such as:  should they encourage their …