Employment law is ever-evolving, with nuanced differences in each state. How will employment laws that take effect in 2019 affect your business? Find out.
Eric has more than 20 years of experience in human resources. Working in the technology and publishing industries, he provided support in recruiting, training, performance management, career development, employee relations, safety and compliance issues. Currently, Eric supports clients with 50 – 100 employees and frequently contributes articles to local Boston media outlets on current HR trends and topics.
Laying off employees is never easy. But when it’s necessary, how should you handle it? These six tips can help make the transition smoother for everyone.
A strong employee handbook is a necessity as your business grows. Not sure how to create one? Start with these six must-have policies.
Is your conflict resolution policy up to par? If not, your business may be impacted when employee conflict arises. Keep the peace using these seven tips.
Outplacement services can help laid-off employees move on, but are the benefits worth the cost to your business? Decide with these 5 perks and 5 pitfalls.
When was the last time you updated your employee handbook? If it’s been over a year, consider updating these five sections to avoid risk to your business.
Off-site meetings can take on a life of their own – and not a good life – if improperly planned and executed. Here we reveal the secrets to a fun, productive off-site meeting.
Done right, workplace competitions reward both individuals and the company. Done poorly and it destroys morale and team work. Here’s how to build healthy competition at your company.
Despite the many cautionary tales, office romances happen. What do and don’t you allow? How much control does a business leader really have over matters of the heart?
How do some managers exude confidence and others come across as overly arrogant? Here’s how to tell if you are rubbing employees the wrong way and how to avoid it.