Employers – if any of your team members are in self-isolation (for themselves or to care for another) and cannot work from home, and have exhausted their sick benefits, it’s EXTREMELY important that you complete their record of employment (ROE) for them ASAP. If they have been directed by a health practitioner or have recently travelled, it would be coded as SICK. If they have are caring for another, it’s compassionate care and if they are electing to stay home (no one has directed them) it’s a leave of absence.
By: Renee Groenland
When we think about exercise, we typically think about the value that it brings to our body. We lose the weight, we get stronger, we lower our blood pressure. What we often don’t recognize is the boost that it brings to our brains and how that can positively affect our productivity in the office.
As we wrap up the decade and enter into the (roaring?) 20’s (one can hope!) I thought I’d do a look back at my very first blog full of predictions – which was in 2012 – to see if any of my predictions were accurate.Read More
By: Michelle Berg
I recently spoke to a group of entrepreneurs and asked them a simple question. “What’s your go-to HR tool you use to ensure your culture is exactly what you’ve imagined it to be?”
Honestly – I got crickets. But as some started to open up, they said…
By: Michelle Berg
Admittedly my sample set of working with Gen Z has been small. Also. I’ll put it out there. I mostly think generational stereotypes are more harmful than helpful. So, take the click bait for what it’s worth. That said, this is a letter to Gen Z from, well, technically a millennial. I was after all, born in 1980 (which means….millennials are turning 40!!). I truly believe Gen Z has an opportunity to not be plagued with the same paint brush my generation has suffered through.Read More
Let us help you reimagine your HRContact Us