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Monthly Archive: May 2020

Fun In The Sun: Seasonal Summer Employee Perks

While the temperatures may still be in a flux and some parts of the US are still even experiencing snow flurries, the arrival of Memorial Day typically signals the start of summer.  Now, this summer might not look like the summers of …

Planning For A Successful Fiscal Stability Plan

While there are a few infectious disease specialists that have crawled out of the woodwork claiming that they had predicted a pandemic of this magnitude, the rest of us had no way of anticipating it and thus didn’t have much of a …

Five Key Compliance Considerations For Reopening Post-Pandemic

Earlier this week, we discussed how companies in the early stages of reopening following the pandemic can reopen safely, with an eye towards observing social distancing. In this next posting, we wanted to examine the legal aspects associated with bringing your workers …

HR How-to: Observe Social Distancing in The Workplace

As states start to dig out of the COVID-19 crisis and businesses begin thinking about opening their doors, we wanted to offer up some guidance on how you can safely and responsibly welcome back your workers. Of course, for many companies where …

Why Does Your Company Have Such High Turnover?

In our last blog, we touched on the adage that “employees don’t leave bad companies, they leave bad managers.” But beyond a crummy manager, what are the other reasons that employees jump ship and what can you do to fix it before …

Detecting A Bad Manager In Your Company

There is a common saying when it comes to employee turnover that “employees don’t leave companies; They leave bad managers.” But is this really a big cause of employee’s handing in their resignation and how do you go about finding that bad …

Employee Incentives: Good or Bad?

One of the most appealing parts of any compensation program is all the perks that the company can provide. One such benefit that has been shown to really catch the interest of employees is that of incentive programs. But what exactly are …

How Are Small Businesses Offering Fortune 500 Benefits?

We have all heard the stories: The onsite haircuts at Google, nap rooms at Zappos, in-office bikes and free studio time at Peloton, and even a “personal growth stipend” at OpenDoor. While these perks may sound extreme, they are buzz-worthy add-ons that …