March 2021

Monthly Archives

  • Hope is on The Horizon

    Margaret Stockley If you or your colleagues are feeling stressed out or anxious, or are experiencing feelings of loneliness, you are not alone. However, there are two simple steps that companies can implement today to alleviate the downward spiral. A January 2021 IPSOS survey of 13,000 employees in 28 countries, found that nearly 50% of […]

  • Actions Biden Has Already Taken that Impact Employers

    By Timothy F. Murphy Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C   The Biden administration has swiftly moved to sign several executive orders, make top-level executive appointments, and reaffirm their stances on future policies that will significantly impact employers. Here are actions Biden has already taken so far. Preventing Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity and […]

  • High-Performing Employee with a Bad Attitude? What to Do

    Andrew Bennett, Alliant Human Resources What do you do if you have employee who has a bad attitude that is affecting that person’s productivity, or the overall productivity of coworkers and/or the organization? Simple, try to manage that employee towards an improved, positive attitude. If that fails, terminating and replacing that employee is probably the […]

  • Membership Benefits #2 — Hotline HR and labor related calls

    President’s Place – A Note from Brad Campbell   In last month’s issue of The Commentator ,I wrote about the Limited Legal Consultation services benefit you receive as a member of CMEA. This was the first in a series of articles I will be writing over the next several months which looks at the lineup of […]