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SHRM HR News
Nov 23, 2022

Are Shorter Workweeks Good for Business?


SHRM HR News
Nov 23, 2022

Ask HR: Can Experienced Workers Be Mentored?
Can a worker who is 12 years into their career find a mentor? Why won't HR answer questions during open enrollment? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.

SHRM HR News
Nov 23, 2022

Banishing Regret and Achieving Lasting Change: A Q&A with Marshall Goldsmith


SHRM HR News
Nov 23, 2022

Colorado and Oregon Trigger Protections for Leaves Relating to Respiratory Illnesses
Employers with Colorado and Oregon operations now have additional leave obligations that apply during a public health emergency, which could include flu and RSV.

SHRM HR News
Nov 23, 2022

Cryptocurrency: The Opportunities, Problems and Potential
Crypto's use as currency in exchange for goods and services is growing, but its use in employment circles as a form of payment for employees is far less common—at least for now.

SHRM HR News
Nov 23, 2022

Jobless Claims Jump Amid Tech Sector Layoffs
States reported that 240,000 workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Nov. 19, an increase of 17,000 from the previous week's revised level, but still not far from the prepandemic average of 218,000. The number of workers continuing to claim unemployment benefits—1.5 million—is still below the prepandemic average of 1.7 million but has been steadily rising throughout the year.

SHRM HR News
Nov 23, 2022

Uncertainty Weighs on Executive Pay Outlook
Economic uncertainty amid continuing labor shortages is affecting employers' decisions about executive compensation, new research shows.

SHRM HR News
Nov 23, 2022

Why Do So Many New HR Technology Implementations Fail?


SHRM HR News
Nov 22, 2022

Is Quiet Quitting Really Happening?


SHRM HR News
Nov 22, 2022

IRS Raises Health Plans' PCORI Fees Payable in 2023
The IRS is raising the fee that insurance issuers or sponsors of self-insured health plans will pay in 2023 to fund the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) trust fund. The IRS provides self-insured employers with options for determining the average number of plan enrollees.

SHRM HR News
Nov 22, 2022

How Managers Can Help Employees Cope with Layoff Fears


SHRM HR News
Nov 22, 2022

Illinois Passes Workers' Rights Amendment
On Nov. 8, Illinois voters approved the a union ballot measure, which amends the state constitution to guarantee workers a broad right to collective bargaining. It faces potential preemption by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

SHRM HR News
Nov 22, 2022

DOL Final Rule Rolls Back Restrictions on Retirement Plans' Use of ESG Factors
The Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule that permits retirement plans to consider climate change and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors when selecting plan investments. Critics raised issues with ESG-driven investing.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Employee Fired for Refusing to Attend AA Meetings Gets $305,000 Settlement
Employers that require employees to attend Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings as part of rehabilitation programs must make sure they have alternatives for employees with religious objections to AA.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Enrollment Starts Soon for New Hampshire's Paid Family and Medical Leave Plan
Enrollment starts soon for New Hampshire Paid Family and Medical Leave (NH PFML) Plan, otherwise known as the Granite State Paid Family Leave Plan, the nation's first and only voluntary, state-sponsored paid leave plan.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Ask HR: How Can We Heal Rifts Caused by Politics?
How can co-workers who supported opposing political candidates reconcile their differences after the election? How can a worker explain their accommodation needs for dealing with long COVID? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Female Doctor Can Pursue Equal Pay Act Claim
A federal district court ruled that a female doctor who earned less than male doctors at her hospital—including a new hire—could take her unequal pay claims to trial.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Ford Offers Easy Exit to Underperforming Workers
?Ford Motor Co. has ushered in a new approach to handling underperforming employees—an unusual strategy that has piqued the interest of HR professionals but that some employers might find unworkable. The carmaker is paying low performers to leave the company.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Former Employee Could Sue Company over Data Breach
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that a former employee of a biopharmaceutical company could sue the company for a data breach that resulted in the publication of her sensitive personal information on the dark web.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Creating and Sustaining High-Performing Teams in a Remote Work Environment
Try these best practices to ensure your employees--in-person, remote and hybrid--are staying engaged with their work and keeping productivity levels high. Creating a culture of connection is key.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Is Going Back to School Worth It?


SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Member Spotlight: Daryl Muhammad


SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Viewpoint: Are You Being Quietly Fired?
Is your job slowly getting more and more unmanageable, to the point where you feel the only way to survive is to resign? Your employer may be quietly forcing you out. Researchers identified these common changes that signal a quiet firing and what you can do in response.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

Viewpoint: Holiday Advice from a Jewish Guy Who Wears a Chai
What's the best way to acknowledge different faiths during the holiday season? Is it possible for everyone to feel included and not go overboard during seasonal celebrations? Columnist and employment law attorney Jonathan Segal offers his perspective.

SHRM HR News
Nov 21, 2022

SCOTUS Reconsidering Affirmative Action—Are DE&I Programs Next?
The Supreme Court is expected to make a decision on the need for affirmative action in higher education next year. Legal experts and employers believe that a ruling against affirmative action could lead to further litigation that could potentially change the way DE&I programs are run.

SHRM HR News
Nov 18, 2022

Report: HR Pros Rank Top Reasons for Turnover
?The 2022 job market has favored employees and job seekers. A new report from the SHRM Research Institute offers budget-friendly recommendations organizations can use to address retention and recruitment issues.

SHRM HR News
Nov 18, 2022

Irvine, Calif. Boasts New Protections for Hotel Workers
Irvine, Calif. is set to implement a new ordinance that will require Irvine hotels to follow stringent workplace safety rules for their employees.

SHRM HR News
Nov 18, 2022

DE&I Looks Different Around the Globe
Declaring a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) is a vital first step for any company pursuing those goals, but global employers may find it challenging to create a program that works effectively in their disparate locations.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

Heather Deyrieux: When HR Careers Begin by Just Saying ‘Yes'
Heather Deyrieux, human resources manager for Sarasota County Government, past president of the HR Florida State Council and current SHRM Southeast Member Advisory...

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

Leaders Share Perspectives on Managing Remote Workers
After leaders gained more experience with remote work and workers in 2021, the SHRM Research Institute sought to reassess their perceptions of remote work in 2022. Overall, SHRM found that leaders in 2022 reported more positive perceptions of and experiences with remote workers than they did in 2021. But there is still potential for negative impacts on those workers.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

Marijuana in the Workplace
With the president recently pardoning federal marijuana-related misdemeanors, HR professionals need to follow not only the changes in laws and regulations, but also the changing attitudes toward recreational and medical marijuana use. Understanding these evolving laws and regulations will set you apart as a certified HR professional.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

Modernized SHRM Certification Website Goes Live
?The SHRM Certification Team is pleased to announce the launch of a more user-friendly website for all things certification, shrm.org/certification.With a fresh look, simpler navigation and easier access to information, the updated site is designed to be everyone's first stop for learning about the SHRM certification process and related products and services, as well as for applying for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP exam.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

New SHRM Certification Providers for November 2022
?Take the guesswork out of the recertification process for maintaining your SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP credential. When you see the SHRM Recertification Provider seal, you know these programs have been preapproved for professional development credits. Here are the latest companies to be approved as SHRM Recertification Providers. Congratulations!

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

No Consensus from Supreme Court in Personal Jurisdiction Case
The U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared split during oral arguments Nov. 8 in a corporate "personal jurisdiction" case with broad implications for employers because personal jurisdiction relates to where they may be sued.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

Respect for Marriage Act Would Protect Same-Sex Couples' Company Benefits
Same-sex couples can continue enjoying company benefits just as opposite-sex couples do now that the Respect for Marriage Act is on track to be enacted.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

State by State: Hires, Quits, Job Openings and Unemployment
These four maps show the geography of the Great Resignation—where workers are quitting, getting hired and remaining unemployed, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

Strategies for Making DE&I More Effective
Experts discussed strategies to make diversity, equity and inclusion training more effective.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Edge Lower
States reported that 222,000 workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Nov. 12, a decrease of 4,000 from the previous week's revised level and just over the prepandemic average of 218,000.

SHRM HR News
Nov 17, 2022

Uptick in Respiratory Illnesses Hinders Attendance, Productivity
The rapid spread of flu, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), COVID-19 and the common cold this fall is causing a big wave of employee absences, with many staying at home to care for sick children or cope with closings in day cares and schools.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

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U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed the Speak Out Act, which prohibits the use of nondisclosure and nondisparagement agreements in the case of sexual...

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

?Congress Reins In Nondisclosure Agreements
U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed the Speak Out Act, which prohibits the use of nondisclosure and nondisparagement agreements in the case of sexual...

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

Collapse of Cryptocurrency Exchange FTX Is Warning for 401(k) Fiduciaries
The rapid collapse of FTX, one of the world's biggest cryptocurrency exchanges, underlines the risks of putting retirement funds into speculative investments—especially those offered by lightly regulated firms.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

EEOC Commissioner Resigns, Leaving Commission Deadlocked
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) member Janet Dhillon, a Republican, has resigned effective Nov. 18, leaving the EEOC deadlocked—split between two Democrats and two Republicans.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

Mexico: New Guidelines on Preventing COVID-19 at Work Released
A committee comprised of Mexico's Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Welfare, Ministry of the Economy and the Mexican Institute of Social Security announced Guidelines to safely continue economic activities despite COVID-19.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

Helping the Herd: Denver Zoo Conducts First Full-Scale Active Shooter Drill
Overwhelmed by the idea of conducting an active shooter drill in your workplace? Now imagine you work at the zoo. Read about the step-by-step process the Denver Zoo went through to create its drill and what they learned.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

EU: Company Rule Banning Religious Symbols Is Not Direct Discrimination
The European Union (EU) Court of Justice considered whether an internal company rule in Belgium banning the display of religious, philosophical and spiritual symbols could constitute direct discrimination. The court held that it does not.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

Voluntary Separation with Severance Can Be Alternative to Layoffs
Given the uncertain economic climate, employers may be considering potential reductions in force as a way to reduce costs or increase efficiencies. Severance agreements and voluntary separation plans can be an alternative.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

Report: Apprenticeships Offer Job Experience Young Adults Crave
?A majority of young adults don't think higher education has adequately prepared them for the workforce and they crave more job experience and opportunities as part of their education, says a new report released Nov. 15.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

The Winter Blues: How Less Sunlight Influences Workplace Productivity
Each autumn, millions of people in the U.S. experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also called seasonal depression or the "winter blues." Read about who is most vulnerable to developing SAD and ways that companies can support workers with the condition.

SHRM HR News
Nov 16, 2022

Timing Unclear for California COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard
Debate at the Cal/OSHA Standards Board over a proposed two-year COVID-19 standard makes it likely that the ETS will remain in effect until as late as mid-February, meaning California employers will be bound by the ETS, including its exclusion pay requirements, longer than anticipated.

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

‘Temp-to-Perm Hiring' Brings Benefits When Done Right
Contingent workers—such as temps, contractors and gig workers—bring lots of advantages to organizations, including cost efficiency, increased flexibility, a larger labor...

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

10 Ways Technology Can Improve Employee Retention
?The Great Resignation has put a spotlight on the increasing pressure on HR departments to stem the outflow of employees leaving for other opportunities. Yet there's a solution that many HR professionals haven't leveraged to its fullest: smart technology provided by a wave of mostly new companies that have created software and other methods for keeping employees on board. Here are 10 strategies in which technology can help with retention while providing a more positive employee experience.

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

Employer Didn't Breach Fiduciary Duty When 401(k) Beneficiary Designation Was Deficient
An employer did not breach its fiduciary duties in failing to remove a former spouse as beneficiary and distributing 401(k) benefits to him when the employee failed to properly change her beneficiary designation.

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

Employer Investigation of Complaining Employee Bolsters Retaliation Claim
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated the retaliation claims of an employee who was fired after he sued his employer, even though the employer discovered misconduct in the worker's text messages.

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

Michigan Clarifies Rules for Conducting Interviews During Safety Investigations
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) recently issued an agency instruction that addresses who may be present during interviews in health and safety investigations.

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

NYC Employers Adapting to Pay Transparency Law
New York City's new pay transparency law requiring salary ranges in job ads has thrown some employers for a loop. Not only are they contending with glitches with internal pay systems and ranges greater than $100,000, but they also have to grapple with revealing new hires' pay to current workers.

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

SEC Adopts Compensation Clawback Rule with Requirements for Public Companies
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released a long-awaited final rule requiring public companies to have policies for recouping executive pay if financial restatements show relevant goals were not met.

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

SHRM Seeks More Guidance on NYC AI Regulations
?The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is seeking further clarity to help employers comply with a new law in New York City regulating the use of automated employment decision tools. SHRM would like to see specific guidance on the exact definition of "automated employment decision tool" and the provisions related to conducting bias audits.

SHRM HR News
Nov 15, 2022

Wharton School to Offer DE&I Major in 2023
A diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) major will be coming to the MBA program at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 2023. Learn how the program could help companies achieve DE&I goals in the future.

SHRM HR News
Nov 14, 2022

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SHRM HR News
Nov 14, 2022

Layoffs Snowball as the Holidays Approach
As the holiday season draws near—and companies face lower consumer confidence and greater fears of a recession—many employers are laying off workers.

SHRM HR News
Nov 14, 2022

DOL Report: OSHA's COVID-19 Response Came Up Short
The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Inspector General found that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) did not adequately protect workers from COVID-19 during the height of the pandemic.

SHRM HR News
Nov 14, 2022

Atlanta Amends Anti-Discrimination Ordinance to Include Protections for Gender Expression and Criminal Histories
The City Council of Atlanta, Georgia recently passed an ordinance that amends its existing anti-discrimination law to include protections on the basis of criminal history status and gender expression. The ordinance is effective immediately.

SHRM HR News
Nov 11, 2022

Business Collaboratives Help Build Cultures of Health
Organizations seeking to create a culture of health for workers can benefit by collaborating with other like-minded employers. Some of these collaborative health and wellness projects are having success providing peer support and sharing resources.

SHRM HR News
Nov 11, 2022

HHS Nondiscrimination Proposal on Gender Procedures, Abortions Meets Resistance
A proposed Health and Human Services (HHS) rule to expand the Affordable Care Act's Section 1557 nondiscrimination provisions is being opposed by conservatives in Congress who say it would require plans to cover gender-transition treatments and abortions.

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

Brenda Reedy: Yes, in HR, Sometimes You Do Have to Say That
Brenda Reedy, SHRM-SCP, discusses why being brutally honest with employees, especially when they're trying to overcome a difficult personal situation, is critical to...

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

5 Tips to Tailor Your HR Resume for ATS Review
HR professionals are adept at using applicant tracking systems to manage applications and guide candidates through the hiring process. But when you're seeking a new HR job, it's the other side of the ATS you need to consider. How can you make sure your resume is getting through the system and into the correct hands? Here are five tips to help you tailor your resume for ATS review.

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

Ask HR: Remote Worker Struggles with Proving Productivity
How can remote workers show their commitment without working around the clock? What can a manager do about employees who post unflattering comments on social media? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

Inflation Rate Dips, Still Outpaces Average Wage Gains
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all items rose 7.7 percent for the 12 months ending in October 2022, down from the 8.2-percent increase for the period ending in September and a notable decrease from the 9.1-percent high notched in June 2022.

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

H-2 Visa Eligibility for 2023 Remains Largely the Same
Eswatini, in southern Africa, has been added to the list of countries eligible to participate in the H-2 visa programs for agricultural or seasonal workers, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced.

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

Jobless Claims Stick Near Prepandemic Average
States reported that 225,000 workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Nov. 5, an increase of 7,000 from the previous week's revised level and just over the prepandemic average of 218,000.

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

No Proposed Overtime Rule Issued Yet
October came and went without any proposed overtime rule from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), meaning employers are still waiting to see what wage and hour changes the DOL has in mind.

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

SHRM's Technology PitchFest to Include Member Track
The 2023 SHRMLabs Better Workplaces Challenge Cup (BWCC) competition will feature a new track for SHRM members to present innovative HR solutions.

SHRM HR News
Nov 10, 2022

Supreme Court Considers Constitutional Challenges to SEC's and FTC's Authority
The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether constitutional challenges to federal agency power can be brought in federal courts before administrative proceedings are completed.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

Survey: HR Leaders Considering Strategies to Prep for Recession
U.S. executives are concerned that a recession is looming within the next six months, and a majority of HR leaders are already implementing at least one strategy to reduce or adjust the size of their organization's workforce, according to PwC.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

Survey: HR Leaders Considering Strategies to Prepare for Recession
U.S. executives are concerned that a recession is looming within the next six months, and a majority of HR leaders are already implementing at least one strategy to reduce or adjust the size of their organization's workforce, according to PwC.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

Winner Before Supreme Court in LGBTQ Case Settles Claim
A plaintiff who prevailed before the U.S. Supreme Court in a 2020 LGBTQ rights decision has settled his claim for $825,000. The Supreme Court ruled in its decision that Title VII prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

Voters Approve Abortion Rights and Minimum Wage Increases
Voters upheld ballot measures to protect abortion rights and increase the minimum wage in Tuesday's election. Ballot measures to legalize marijuana garnered mixed results.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

Viewpoint: It's Time to Replace Conventional Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Workplace sexual harassment is still very much a reality despite an ocean of preventive investment. Columnist Jathan Janove writes that it's time to shift the focus from deterring harassment to promoting a better workplace. Instead of obsessing over legal compliance, emphasize the necessity that in your organization, dignity, respect and professionalism are paramount.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

NFL Team Receives Backlash for Hiring White Coach with Little Experience
The National Football League's Indianapolis Colts have received criticism for hiring a white interim coach with no coaching experience in the league despite the availability of several Black coaches with NFL coaching experience.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

Abortion Rights Bolstered at State Level
This year's Election Day resulted in a strengthening of abortion rights in several states, five months after the Supreme Court's ruling in June left it up to each state to prohibit abortion or keep it legal.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

Australia: COVID-19 Isolation Rules Change
More than two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia's National Cabinet announced on Sept. 30, an end to mandatory COVID-19 isolation commencing Oct. 14.

SHRM HR News
Nov 09, 2022

BC Court: Employee May Be Placed on Unpaid Leave for Violating COVID-19 Vaccination Policy
The British Columbia Supreme Court upheld an employer's mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy, rejecting an employee's argument that she had been "constructively dismissed" when she was placed on unpaid leave for refusing to comply.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

How to Develop Inclusive Managers
Too many company leaders incorrectly assume managers will instinctively know how to translate a new diversity, equity and inclusion policy into action. HR needs to spell...

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

Here's How Managers Can Make the Office Holiday Party Recovery-Friendly
Mental health experts warn that more employees may be dealing with alcohol addiction than in years past, and managers and holiday party planners should be mindful of employees who are in recovery or trying to cut back on their alcohol consumption.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

CMS Issues Revised Staff Vaccination Guidance
On Oct. 26, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued revised guidance on COVID-19 vaccination requirements for staff working for Medicare-certified and Medicaid-certified providers and suppliers.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

2022 Retirement Plan Year-End Amendments and Operational Compliance
As the end of 2022 approaches, it's again time for plan sponsors to review their plan documents and plan operations to ensure compliance with increasingly complex qualification requirements and moving deadlines.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

Court Upholds Prevailing Wage Statute In Washington State
The Washington Supreme Court recently upheld amendments to the state's prevailing wage statute that pins the wage rate to the highest collective bargaining statute in each separate county, a decision that is sure to have employers bracing for increased labor costs.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

Employers Begin Offering Home-Buying Support Benefits
With housing costs surging, more employers are helping their workers to purchase homes by offering employer-assisted housing programs, which provide financial assistance through grants, loans, down payments and security deposits, along with homeownership education and counseling.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

Elon Musk Faces Lawsuits at Twitter and Tesla
Not only is Elon Musk facing a lawsuit at Twitter, where former workers say they didn't receive proper notice from the new CEO of their termination. Musk is headed to trial to answer to a Tesla shareholder seeking to rescind a pay deal of $56 billion.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

Viewpoint: What Great Remote Managers Do Differently
No one anticipated the massive shift to home-based remote work that happened in 2020 with the onset of the pandemic. A new study surveyed managers and employees alike for what worked and what didn't as they navigated managing and being managed remotely.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

Today's Leaders Must Embrace the ‘And'
In a survey of 990 human resource leaders, the SHRM Research Institute sought to understand how leaders balance seemingly contradictory skills and what the implications are for leaders and organizations.

SHRM HR News
Nov 08, 2022

Some Employers Still Require COVID-19 Vaccines
Approximately a third of businesses still require workers to get COVID-19 vaccinations, according to a recent survey. Vaccination policies and exemption procedures need to be in place as employers hire new and seasonal workers.

SHRM HR News
Nov 07, 2022

Should Your Workplace Require Flu Shots?
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported the start of the most severe flu season in over a decade, leading employers of all types to decide whether they should mandate flu shots for their workforce.

SHRM HR News
Nov 07, 2022

EPA Faces Lawsuit over Remote-Work Policy
A union of federal employees has sued the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in an effort to show that the EPA applied its remote-work policy unfairly and unevenly.

SHRM HR News
Nov 07, 2022

High-Volume Hourly Hiring Technologies Promise Big Things
There's a fundamental problem with applicant tracking systems (ATSs). It's not that they don't work. They work very well for the process they were designed to accomplish. What modern ATSs are not designed to do well is process high-volume hourly applicants at scale and speed.

SHRM HR News
Nov 07, 2022

HR Technology Spending Is Up. What Are Employers Buying?
Almost two-thirds of organizations intended to increase IT spending over the course of 2022. They especially plan to outlay more on cybersecurity, cloud-based applications and artificial intelligence.

SHRM HR News
Nov 07, 2022

Handling Election Angst in the Workplace
Election results can lead to chaotic discussions that create tension in the workplace. Here are ways to manage postelection emotions among the workforce and maintain a healthy culture without compromising productivity.

SHRM HR News
Nov 07, 2022

France Takes Steps to Fight Inflation's Effects on Workers
With inflation reaching 5.6 percent in France as of September, the French government has taken steps to alleviate the effects of rising costs on employees and employers in the country.

SHRM HR News
Nov 07, 2022

No Workplace Violence Restraining Order Without Threat of Violence
Although a credit union customer acted rudely and aggressively toward a teller, the customer made no credible threat of violence, and therefore the credit union was not entitled to a workplace violence restraining order (WVRO) on behalf of the employee, a California appeals court ruled.

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