How to Onboard New Employees Remotely During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  Organizations with a strong onboarding process can improve employee retention by 82 percent and employee productivity by more than 70 percent, according to research by Glassdoor. But research from Gallup showed that only 12% of employees think their employers have an effective onboarding process. When you combine that statistic with the difficulties of onboarding someone virtually—particularly when that employee has never met anyone in person because of the coronavirus

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How to Onboard New Employees Remotely During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  Organizations with a strong onboarding process can improve employee retention by 82 percent and employee productivity by more than 70 percent, according to research by Glassdoor. But research from Gallup showed that only 12% of employees think their employers have an effective onboarding process. When you combine that statistic with the difficulties of onboarding someone virtually—particularly when that employee has never met anyone in person because of the coronavirus

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10 Strategies to Smash Your Team Goals

Once each department has established its goals in alignment with the company’s overall vision, mission, and long-term strategy, each department must track its performance to ensure that it will achieve them. The managerial role becomes critical for overseeing the team’s performance and motivating everyone to achieve their goals. Keeping the team focused on its goals—or failing to do so—makes the difference between meeting expectations or falling behind in projects. Here

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How to Satisfy New and Existing Labor Law Poster Requirements for Remote Employees During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Though we all hoped our time working remotely would be short-lived, it’s clear that the COVID-19 nightmare isn’t over. Many companies have already said they’re continuing their work-from-home plans through next year. For example, Google has extended its work-from-home policy through June 2021. Microsoft plans to work from home through at least January 2021. Twitter and Facebook have told employees that they can work from home indefinitely, and outdoor retailer

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The Secret to Success: Outlining Your Career Ambitions

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a question frequently asked of five-year-old children, but it’s still relevant whether you’re 18, 30, or even 50. No matter your age, it’s smart to set ambitions for your career to guide your decision-making. As you get older, your career goals will become more refined and realistic. While they should be practical, they should also be a source of

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How to Break Through Generational Barriers for High-Performing Teams

The workforce today is more diverse than ever—the most noticeable being employee age gaps. This new normal, the multi-generational workforce, requires special considerations for project leaders managing and motivating such diverse teams. Pew Research has noted certain characteristics, values, and sensitivities shared by workers of the five main generations and a newly recognized micro-generation. The generations are designated as follows: Silent, sometimes called Traditionalists (born between 1928 and 1945) Baby

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Maximizing the Potential of Millennial's in the Workplace

Millennials—those born between 1983 and 2000—represent one-quarter of the entire U.S. population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2016, the Pew Research Center reported that millennial workers became the largest segment, by age, in the workplace. And, by 2030, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that millennial employees will make up 75 percent of the workforce.   The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation collated the copious research about

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2020–2021 Minimum Wage Increases for City of Chicago, IL

The City of Chicago has updated its Minimum Wage notice to reflect new wage requirements for 2020 and 2021. Below we’ve outlined all the details for Chicago employers and employees.   Effective January 1, 2020:   The minimum wage for youth workers is $8.00 per hour. Effective July 1, 2020:   The minimum wage for large employers (21 or more employees) will increase to $14.00 per hour. The minimum wage for tipped

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Oregon Receives Changes to its Minimum Wage and OSHA notice

Oregon adds a new section to its Labor Law Poster: Minimum Wage (June 2020) The minimum wage has increased across the state, and is broken into 3 groups by counties: Standard – $12.00 per hour Portland Metro Area – $13.25 per hour Non-Urban Counties – $11.50 per hour Each region is defined on the notice The notice has been simplified and information regarding meal & rest periods, final paycheck, and

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Multiple California Cities Increase Their Minimum Wage

This July 1, 2020, California employers in certain cities must begin paying employees the new increased minimum wage. See if your city has received a new wage. Alameda, CA Minimum Wage (June 2020) The minimum wage has increased to $15.00 The effective date of 7/1/20 We are publishing a new Alameda city labor law poster that includes these mandatory updates. Visit the Alameda labor law poster page to purchase the latest

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Are Employers Liable If Employees Are Exposed to Coronavirus at Work?

Businesses are starting to reopen, but are they also opening themselves up to liability? As employers begin to welcome employees back there is widespread concern that employers may face lawsuits if employees are exposed to COVID-19 in the workplace.     While companies are primarily concerned with providing a safe environment for customers and employees, it is unclear what that means in the context of a contagious virus that seems

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