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Should you take that worker back?

January 14, 2022
2022 may be the year of the boomerang employee.

Is your staff suffering from FORTO?

December 23, 2021
Make them see the office as an inviting place to come back to.

‘National Donut Day? Sure, take it off!’

December 10, 2021
Let’s face it, no matter how generous your paid holiday schedule is, you’ll never be able to cover all of the holidays celebrated by every culture or religion. Floating holidays help employers bridge the gaps in their holiday schedule.

End-of-year reviews, 2021-style

November 24, 2021
Annual performance chats should probably look a little different this year.

Summon applications via good writing

November 12, 2021
Recommendations for crafting job descriptions that attract good talent.

Lights, gifts, food … this is gonna work!

October 8, 2021
While likely not as packed as your pre-pandemic social calendar, look for the 2021 holiday season to include some invitations to on-site gatherings. Obviously, these holiday events might look and feel different than in the past. With forethought about safety and commitment to making it work, however, they still can be very enjoyable.

Religious objections to covid vaccinations: Separating the wheat from the chaff

September 15, 2021
OSHA’s upcoming vaccine mandate aimed at employers with 100 or more employees has, predictably, sparked an outsized interest in religious exemptions. Some clergy are already offering exemption letters for sale over the internet. What are you supposed to do now?

Push the self-care button, and hard

September 10, 2021
Attending to the staff’s well-being when you’re barely getting through yourself.

12 perceptive exit interview questions

August 27, 2021
Here are 12 of the best exit interview questions to ask when you conduct exit interviews. Be sure to approach each question from a place of wanting to listen and learn.

Become a more size-friendly company

August 16, 2021
Remember that talented employees come in a variety of sizes.