Periodically, we ask three HR pros how they’d handle a difficult situation at work. Today’s problem: How to allot a small nest egg set aside to promote team spirit and motivation.
Here we go again: It’s March Madness, when sixty-odd college basketball teams vie for the national title — and employers vie for the attention of workers who keep sneaking peeks on the Internet to see how the alma mater is faring.
Know how some supervisors seem determined to make employees’ lives as dismal as possible? Here’s a guide for managers that’ll guarantee that happy outcome.
Periodically, we ask three HR pros how they’d handle a difficult situation at work. Today’s problem: A veteran manager’s brusque communication style is causing morale problems.
Here’s a low-cost way to improve employee morale:
A South Carolina firm’s promise to employees: Stay with the company five years and get a check for $50,000. And if you think that’s crazy, wait until you see what 25 years of service gets workers.
If yours is one of the many companies offering employees the ability to telecommute, one workplace health and safety attorney says there are hidden ADA and workers’ compensation issues the benefit may trigger.
It’s no secret many employers plan to shift more costs on to employees as healthcare premiums climb. If you’re in that group, here are three things you’ll want to consider before the shifts potentially disrupt morale.
The recession taught many employers they could carry smaller staffs and maintain profitability. But that concept has started to show its dark side — and HR will be in the thick of dealing with it.
We keep hearing about how unhappy and overworked employees are. But recent research indicates that a huge majority of people are satisfied with their jobs.