HR News

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Should Employers Mandate Employees Get the COVID-19 Vaccination?

    By Timothy F. Murphy Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C   Employers have a key role to play in ensuring that the successful roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines and that people are safe at work. Many employers may wish to adopt vaccine mandates, especially if their employees work in close contact with others. But before doing so, […]

  • Supporting Our Employees

    Margaret Stockley We are all dealing with a new reality, and it is different for each one of us. For some people, it is coping with working from home while home-schooling children. For others it is experiencing feelings of insecurity and emotional isolation due to the lack of physical interactions with family members or friends […]

  • 5 Positive Ways to Succeed in HR Goals

    While daily contact with employees can be one of the most rewarding aspects of business, it can also be one of the most challenging. Managing human resources is tricky, with built-in emotional complexities that can be exhausting and very time-consuming. A recent article by Automatic Data Processing, Inc. nicely sums up what they consider the “Top 5 […]