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myHR Partner President Tina Hamilton pens timely advice article for employers regarding workplace sexual harassment for LVB.com
myHR Partner President Tina Hamilton, PHR, has written a fantastic article for Lehigh Valley Business called “5 things to do in 2018 to lessen risk of sexual harassment,” and it is full of great advice for employers that they can use right now to better protect their organizations. These are action items that she says…Read More
myHR Partner named one of the “best entrepreneurial companies in America” by Entrepreneur magazine’s 2017 Entrepreneur360 List
myHR Partner, Inc., has been recognized as one of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” by Entrepreneur magazine’s Entrepreneur360™ List, a premier study delivering the most comprehensive analysis of private companies in America. Based on this study forged by Entrepreneur, myHR Partner is recognized as a well-rounded company that has mastered a balance of impact,…Read More
Employers had one heck of a year in 2017. So many things happened! It was a year of “keeping” measures: Keeping up with legislation Keeping away from litigation Keeping an edge on the competition Keeping talent happy in the company fold Keeping a steady flow of quality applicants coming in Keeping your sanity with all…Read More
Employers like Fox News and NBC have millions of dollars to spare on harassment training, settlements, PR and legal fees. Do you?
For employers weary of harassment complaints, the headlines these days are scary: “EEOC: Workforce Sexual Harassment Training ‘Must Change’” – KSTP 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS, 12/1/17 “Senators push for funding bill to include money for sexual harassment training” – The Hill, 12/14/17 “Sexual harassment training in vogue for companies after scandals” – San Francisco Chronicle, 11/28/17…Read More
Ladies and gentlemen, start your ovens! Our amazing annual holiday recipe guide has arrived, and it is a treat for your taste buds. Each member of our team has contributed something delicious to share with you. We hope that this collection helps brighten up your holiday festivities with loved ones and friends. This year’s indispensable…Read More
MODERN EMPLOYER: Employee burnout, exit retaliation, emergency leadership absences and more in this month’s roundup
The last four weeks or so have been filled with employer-focused news and events, as tax and employment law changes became Congress’s prime focus, the start of holiday season reminded us about the effects of employee burnout and Twitter dealt with a very public exit retaliation issue focused on the president of the United States.…Read More
Special post by Tina Hamilton, PHR, president of myHR Partner On August 18th, 2017, my family suffered the unimaginable: my son passed away unexpectedly at the age of 35. It is an experience that is worse than you can ever imagine, so I ask you not to try. I do not wish this kind…Read More
As the holiday season draws near, we thought it would be a good time to remind employers about the risks and costs of employee burnout. The time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is often hectic for everyone, both professionally and personally, but if businesses couple holiday stress with a workplace environment where employees are…Read More
Think it’s going to be easier to hire quality talent in 2018? Ha! Better upgrade your recruiting efforts now.
Thanksgiving is one week away. The holiday season will be in full swing before you know it. At work, end-of-the-year tasks are also in full swing, with a good chance of employee vacation time throwing a monkey wrench into your team’s schedule. A lot of employers think it makes sense to put their 2018 hiring…Read More
Departing contractor deletes Twitter account of POTUS, spurs exit retaliation fears among nation’s employers
For Twitter’s customer service representatives, public relations managers and executives, 11 minutes last Thursday evening became a living nightmare when President Donald Trump’s personal account was suddenly and mysteriously disabled. The world wanted to know what happened, and no one seemed to have answers, according to detailed New York Times accounts. An investigation uncovered that…Read More