* For a full outline of the New CT Harassment & Discrimination Prevention Training requirements which go into effect on Oct. 1 please click here to see the CT CHRO documentation.
We all THINK we understand what makes an employee stay at our organizations or go to the competition, but have you made a practice of asking? Here’s why you should!
For employers contending with an employee out on a medical leave take careful note: don’t jump to conclusions. Specifically, just because an employee goes on a planned vacation during the course of a medical leave does not automatically mean that there is underlying going on.
The new site reflects the requests of members like you! Be sure to leverage all the improvements to make the most of this helpful resource.
On February 21, 2013, two nonemployee union representatives entered the cafeteria located on the hospital’s 11th floor and met with a group of employees. The representatives ate lunch with the employees and discussed union campaign matters. Other employees stopped at the tables during the time the union representatives were there. Union flyers and pins were displayed on the tables at which the union representatives were sitting. At least one off-duty employee passed out some flyers to others in the cafeteria.
EANE’s 2019-2020 Salary Budget Survey and the National Sales Compensation Survey are under way. Be sure to participate and get the results you’ll need to determine how competitive your business is in these areas.
If you’ve been thinking about becoming certified, commit to investing in the proven study process that EANE provides.
The million dollar question is: how can we keep our employees from leaving to work for someone else?
Are interns employees? Are they volunteers? Who gets more out of the relationship, the intern or their hosting company? Know who needs a paycheck and a W-2.
2019 Southern New England Compensation Survey results are available for purchase and this year’s Insurance and Benefits Survey is underway.