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 …

Addressing Underperformance In Remote Work

Article submitted by Ellen McKitterick The past year has necessitated many changes in the workplace, perhaps the largest shift – and challenge! – being the quick move to remote work that many organizations undertook during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. With that shift, many organizations redefined their definition of “acceptable” performance, as leaders flexed …

Scaling The Pandemic Wall

The Mental Health Challenge Article submitted by Allison Ebner A little over a year into the pandemic, we are starting to see the sunshine on the horizon. With cases dropping and vaccine availability gaining strength, we are seeing the light at the end of this very long road. But despite our optimism, there could be …

Employee Perspectives on COVID-19 Vaccinations

Article submitted by Heather Nezich, American Society of Employers Will vaccinations be the next big challenge for HR? Likely so. 49% of working Americans believe that employers should require vaccination proof for those employees returning to the workplace. Similarly, 48% of workers agree that employers should require vaccines, while 53% of workers believe employers should …