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Conversations about Politics, Religion and Other Uncomfortable Topics in the Workplace

Given the hostility and conflict in the 2020 presidential election, the tumultuous transition in the presidential administration, the ongoing COVID-19 concerns, and racial tensions, employers may have noticed an uptick in uncomfortable conversations in the workplace this past year. While some individuals have been raised to “never talk about religion, sex, or politics” in social … more »

Do You Have Employees Who are Afraid to Return to the Workplace?

Does your organization have a plan for employees who are scared to return to the workplace once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted?  Meaning has your organization thought through the steps that you are going to take when an employee who has been working remotely refuses to return to your facility? We already know that if an … more »

OSHA Issues Revised Guidance on Preventing COVID-19 in the Workplace

In an executive order on January 21, 2021, President Biden instructed the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) to issue revised guidance to employers on workplace health safety during the COVID-19 pandemic within two-weeks. Eight days later, on January 29, 2021, OSHA delivered stronger guidance, titled “Protecting Workers: Guidance on Mitigating and Preventing the Spread … more »

The Business Use of E-Signatures in Light of the Pandemic

This past year, many employers were left scrambling to keep their companies functioning in the midst of pandemic-related federal, state and local laws and guidelines. Those companies that already had a foundation of technology-related processes found it easier to implement remote work policies and procedures. After all, with the technology in today’s society, remote communication … more »

COVID-19 Vaccinations in the Workplace

Since the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the emergency use of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations for COVID-19, many employers are debating whether to mandate vaccinations in their workplace, once they become available. With the reality that many people already don’t take social distancing seriously, and given the knowledge that an “emergency use” approval is … more »

I’m Quitting!

Have you ever uttered those two little words to a supervisor? What brought you to that decision? Was it that someone in the company, usually a supervisor, was caustic toward you and others, or perhaps a better opportunity was waiting for you in the wings? Have you ever heard those two little words from a … more »

Rewards and Recognition During Covid-19 and the Holidays

As the year 2020 comes to an end, employers are figuring out how to support their employees after what has been a tumultuous year.  Employees who have been dealing with the impacts of COVID-19, and now the holidays, are feeling the stress. A report from employee experience software company Limeade, Workplaces in Crisis: Employee Care … more »

OSHA Clarifies Reporting Requirements for COVID-19

Since the first known case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the United States, numerous questions have been asked by employers regarding whether or not they have to report COVID-19 cases among their employees to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as a work-related hospitalization or fatality. Under the initial reporting requirements spelled out by … more »




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