Quiet quitting is the latest buzzword in workplace trends. HR can address quiet quitting by taking several proactive steps.
High employee turnover affects businesses negatively in lost money but also in decreased morale and productivity.
We are looking at a “great reshuffling” with workers moving from business to business in search of better jobs, even after they’ve been recently hired.
It’s no secret that American employees are quitting their jobs in droves since last summer. Approximately 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs in January, officially pushing the “Great Resignation” into 2022. January’s numbers marked the eighth straight month with more than 4 million people quitting. Despite all the resignations, unemployment rates remain low as people …
In the current climate of uncertainty brought on by the pandemic, it’s important for employers to understand employee activism and how to handle it.
The pandemic has affected the world and businesses in profound ways and that includes HR. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that HR trends for 2022 are a lot different than they were heading into 2020. By now, businesses have learned that they need to be flexible to keep up so let’s dive into 2022 …
With the holiday season starting this week, it’s time for HR teams to plan their company’s annual office party – if they are having one.
While employers are not likely to ever see a huge ROI from a wellness program, there are some things they can do to make it worthwhile.
Great managers understand the balance between keeping workers on task and treating them with care and respect. Learn their secrets.
The best way for businesses to attract and retain the best talent is to offer great compensation AND policies for workplace flexibility.