We know it’s incredibly tough to keep up with all of the changes affecting HR. That’s why we write Modern Employer. Our blog is a great resource for HR news, information and advice. Our goal is to give you insight and direction so your organization can stay one step ahead.
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
Important HR lessons from Harvey Weinstein and ESPN firestorms, employee engagement and CSR programs, awards & more!
October proved to be a very busy month in workforce news, as Harvey Weinstein and ESPN brought harassment and free speech issues into the national spotlight. Lucky for you MODERN EMPLOYER is here to keep you informed, and to offer tips and advice about employee engagement, employee satisfaction and more. We’d also like to remind…Read More
This fall has been fraught with free speech issues in the news. One case in particular that got a lot of attention involved ESPN sports commentator and host Jemele Hill’s politically charged tweets. The incident and how it played out in the public eye brings up an important HR issue that many employers today still…Read More
“Doing good deeds does your company good.” That’s the long-held sentiment of our president, Tina Hamilton, PHR, and a principal part of our company culture here at myHR Partner. We are engaged as a group and individually in many, many local, regional, national and even international philanthropies and service programs. It is a point of…Read More
Harvey Weinstein. By now, who hasn’t heard about his blockbuster downfall? First came the New York Times bombshell report alleging his long and sordid history of sexual harassment and assault. Then came The New Yorker article with interviews with over a dozen women, of which three said the Hollywood mogul sexually assaulted them. His own…Read More
MODERN EMPLOYER BRIEFING: Salary history questions, reigning in business processes, PEOs vs. HR outsourcing, hurricanes and more!
We have a lot to unpack in this MODERN EMPLOYER briefing, but first we want to remind everyone that we have now entered the last quarter of the year, which means 2018 workforce planning and budgeting is in full swing. Like our HR news and information briefings, our HR specialists can help you make a…Read More
(The following post is by guest blogger Tom Garrity, managing partner of Compass Point, a consulting firm that helps family business owners secure the future they deserve through people, decisions, strategy and succession to ensure financial freedom and a business legacy.) Do you own the processes that drive your business, or do they own you? How…Read More
It’s September 2017. Do you know if you can still ask job candidates about their salary history or not? As we promised back in February of this year, we are keeping tabs on the progress of the Pay Equity for All Act of 2016 (H.R. 6030). It was legislation introduced during the Obama administration aimed…Read More