The new year is rapidly approaching, which means it’s the perfect time to review your policies and make the necessary adjustments. There were a lot of new employment trends in 2019, and 2020 will bring even more compliance changes. Whether it’s legally mandated changes or just suggested ones, experts at the law firm Cozen O’Connor […]
Policy & Culture
Employees are the most important asset in any company, and firms would do well to optimize the employee experience.
The research is clear – employee recognition appears consistently near the top of things that motivate employees to do their best work. For many workers, it means more than even a financial reward. And research indicates that cash rewards can actually be counter-productive if they aren’t combined with other ways of recognizing hard work. A […]
A good haircut, manicured nails and a fit appearance were some of the keys to success for female executives at Ernst & Young, according to a June 2018 training seminar.
If you’re planning a corporate holiday party, do it like a pro by following these proven rules for staging an unforgettable company event.
As insurance coverage for mental health has steadily improved, support for mental health awareness in the workplace hasn’t kept pace.
Google published new guidelines recently telling employees to cut out politics at work.
Little white lies about cellphone service and Wi-Fi are acceptable to half of US employees to avoid workplace interruptions while on vacation.
California law now prohibits employers from implementing dress and appearance policies that discriminate against employees or job applicants based on how they wear their hair.