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By Robin Throckmorton, MA, SPHR, SCP The Millennial generation now dominates our workforce as they have successfully surpassed the Baby Boomer generation. And guess what, multiple studies show we can expect the Millennials to be 50% of the workforce by 2020 and 75% of the global workplace by 2030. With Baby Boomers retiring and labor […]
As we welcome the new year of 2023, we naturally have a habit of trying to anticipate what lies ahead. Our team is already seeing some familiar and new HR trends emerging, and it has us excited for the year of possibilities. Why? Because these trends allow for HR to work hand-in-hand with departments across […]
The office holiday party is a time-honored tradition: readers of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol may remember the Christmas party hosted by Ebenezer Scrooge’s old boss, Nigel Fezziwig. While the look and feel of these end-of-year holiday parties have changed since the 1840s, they remain a popular part of the American office culture. While it’s […]
As the coronavirus continues to dominate much of our news and impact every facet of our day to day lives, it can be difficult for employees to manage their stress and anxiety amid COVID-19. Managers and HR professionals can play an important role in helping employees cope with the added stress and uncertainties of the […]
by Stephanie Pittman Sullivan, MA, PHR What you don’t know may be hurting your employees and your bottom line. The prevalence of eating disorders is staggering. Employers may suspect an employee has an eating disorder but not know how to address the problem and be hesitant to do or say anything given today’s legal climate. […]
by Linda Gravett, PhD, SPHR It’s well documented that organizations today are facing a skills crisis. There are simply too many Radio Babies and Boomers going out of our doors without an adequate number of younger people coming in behind them. This means that we have to be creative in our recruiting and retention efforts […]
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