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    5 Quick Tips for FMLA Compliance

    HR professionals who manage family and medical leave know that leave laws are complex, which makes compliance difficult—so having sound policies and practices is… Source Article More

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    Workplace Violence May Jump During Return to Work

    ​As workers transition from being isolated at home—whether working remotely or furloughed and waiting to return—some experts fear a rise in workplace violence. HR professionals can take proactive steps to minimize this risk. Source Article More

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    Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution

    Dispute resolution in the workplace is an area that many organizational leaders can improve upon,. Here’s how HR professionals can use the SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge to strategically guide organizational leaders through conflict management and dispute resolution. Source Article More

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    The Power of Kindness at Work

    This past year, most management advice has focused on how to sustain productivity during the pandemic, yet the power of kindness has been largely overlooked, write these three behavioral scientists. Their theory? Practicing kindness by giving compliments and recognition has the power to transform our remote workplace. Source Article More

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    Utilizing Employee Engagement Surveys

    ​Employee engagement surveys are a tremendously effective way to understand how engaged the workforce is and to drive change. Organizations large and small should seek opportunities to create and implement them. Source Article More

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    Ask HR: What to Do When a Colleague’s Child Interrupts Work

    ​SHRM President and Chief Executive Officer Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, is answering HR questions as part of a series for USA Today. Do you have an HR or work-related question you’d like him to answer? Submit it here. My colleague is working from home due to COVID-19 and recently had a baby. She used her maternity […] More

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    What to Consider When Moving to a Hybrid Work Model

    ​With a large-scale vaccine rollout underway, more organizations will be wrestling with how best to transition workers back into their offices this year after spending most of 2020 working from home. Hybrid work models, in which some employees are onsite while others work from home, have become the keystone to corporate reopening plans. Google was […] More

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    Bringing Stay Interviews to Your Organization

    ​Stay interviews can be truly valuable to any organization at the start of a new year. The stay interview is a structured discussion between a leader and an employee, by which the leader discovers specific opportunities to strengthen engagement and retention within the organization. Considering the challenges we have all faced in 2020, a stay […] More

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    Run Better Meetings: How to Manage ‘Over-Sharers’ and ‘Silent Types’

    ​As any manager knows, every meeting is likely to attract a range of personalities. The two personalities posing the most risk to a successful meeting? The over-sharer and the stone-silent type. “Both are common,” said John Bremen, managing director of human capital and benefits at Willis Towers Watson, a risk management, insurance brokerage and human […] More

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