Federal, state, and local government agencies are providing information on their websites for employers dealing with workplace issues pertaining to COVID-19. Here are some helpful resources.
Given the economic impact we are currently experiencing due to the Coronavirus pandemic, employees are looking to their business leaders for information, guidance, and support. Everyone manages fear differently and it can affect a person’s mental and physical health. In the workplace, employers and those in management/administration positions must have a plan in place to address employees’ fear. Here are several things you can do.
Many employers have been required to transition their employees to work remotely from home in an attempt to reduce the spread of the recent Coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. This has caused many managers and administrators to scramble to research and incorporate technology tools they can use to communicate effectively with their employees and maintain productivity. Good news! There are lots of great online tools in the market today that employers can use in managing remote workers to keep business going as usual.
The U.S. economy has taken a bit of a hit due to the outbreak COVID-19. Businesses all over the country are experiencing disruptions and recruiting practices are being scrutinized. In response to these challenges, many employers have instituted a hiring freeze and have decided to stop all recruiting practices. Should you do the same?
As concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) heightens in the U.S., many employers are left wondering how it will affect their business. How can you help to protect yourself and your employees? Are employees entitled to certain benefits and protections if they contract the virus? How can you maintain productivity if your employees fall ill?
For many businesses diversity related initiatives began as adherence to affirmative action and social justice causes, but as new studies and research revealed the benefits of diversity in the workplace, organizations started looking at it as a means to positively impact the bottom line. The benefits of diversity and the impact it has on business cannot be ignored. Here are 5 reasons why diversity is important to your organization.