Gummy Bears Are Evil & Difficult Conversations Are Magic

Gummy bears created a difficult conversation. I spend my days coaching others to optimize their well-being during these unusual times — here are some great ways to maintain your...

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HRchat Interview with Martin Hartshorne: Supporting Hourly Workers

Human Resource leaders are in a fight to ensure that hourly workers (60 percent of the workforce) don’t feel overwhelmed by the effects of the pandemic. In HRchat episode...

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EAD Approval Notices Will Not Be Accepted After Feb. 1

Foreign workers will be able to continue using employment authorization document (EAD) approval notices as List C documents to establish work authorization through Feb. 1, 2021, U.S. Citizenship and...

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Adapting organizational culture during an economic downturn

Reading Time: 7 minutes For the first time in history a health care crisis has shut down the global economy, which, the UN suggests, puts as many as half...

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Who Is a Long-Term, Part-Time Employee? 401(k) Plans Will Need to Know

Historically, 401(k) plans could exclude individuals who worked less than 1,000 hours in the plan year. Starting in 2021, however, plans will need to consider these employees for eligibility,...

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Adapting organizational culture during an economic downturn

Reading Time: 7 minutes For the first time in history a health care crisis has shut down the global economy, which, the UN suggests, puts as many as half a billion jobs at risk worldwide. In attempts to mitigate the impact of the economic downturn and prevent mass layoffs, countries all over the world are utilizing different forms of …
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