Month: December 2020

Will Chevron Cut Healthcare Benefits?

As a recruiter I’m often asked about benefit packages offered by certain companies.  Over the last year many Fortune 500 companies have made substantive changes to employees’ benefits with most of the changes hurting the workers. We’ve seen many large corporations choose to cut employee benefits whether that be pension, 401(k), or healthcare. Verizon created

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Helping Employees Beat the Post-Holiday Blues

  Addressing mental well-being has always proved a challenge for businesses, but it can feel particularly pointed after holidays. An American Psychological Association survey found that 38% of people said their stress level increased during the holidays due to factors such as lack of time and money and family gatherings. With 56% of respondents experiencing

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HR jobs: What Opportunities Are Available in Human Resources?

Human resources offer a plethora of job opportunities. Not to mention, HR jobs are lucrative and promising. The median salary of an HR manager is $61,290, which is higher than the average salary. In the past few years, human resources have become a strategic business function, helping companies grow. This requires companies to hire HR professionals who

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How to boost workforce efficiency with online leave management? [HR Guide]

Every organisation dreams of a steady HR management and employee handling strategy. A rock steady leave management and payroll play very important role in workforce management. Workforce management is not just about keep the desks occupied. Building a proper employee base also requires healthy work culture and up-to-date HR management system. In these days, automation

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Businesses Must See Remote Work as a Permanent Solution, Not a Survival Strategy

Businesses have spent most of this year focused on training, installing, and otherwise improving their remote work capabilities. But being functionally capable of working remotely is just the first phase of what promises to be a worldwide revolution deemphasizing offices and placing more importance on productivity. As millions of workers prepare for the new normal

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8th Circuit Court: Employees Face Hard Time Proving Disparate Treatment

While employers are understandably concerned about disparate treatment claims, the courts have become increasingly demanding in what they require from employees to establish the employer actually treated them differently enough to support the finding of a prohibited animus. A recent case from the U. S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals—which covers Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri,

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A Guide for Leaders: How to Engage Employees Returning to the Workplace

It goes without saying that employees are the foundation of a successful business. As organizations continue to navigate how to function in a post-pandemic world, leaders will need to rethink their short-term goals of keeping employees productive, engaged, and healthy, as well as long-term goals that build trust and a sense of purpose. Organizations must

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