What Employers Should Know About Trauma in the Workplace

What Employers Should Know About Trauma in the Workplace

2008 was a difficult year. The Great Recession was underway. People lived in a constant state of worry. In workplaces across the country, employees informally gathered after official meetings, trying to decipher what their leaders had shared and what information...
California Expands Pay Transparency Requirements in 2023

California Expands Pay Transparency Requirements in 2023

Beginning January 1, 2023, employers in California will be subject to several new requirements aimed at promoting pay equity, as follows: Employers with 15 or more employees (located anywhere) will be required to post the pay scale for an open position in their job...
Five Ways to Promote Mental Health in the Workplace

Five Ways to Promote Mental Health in the Workplace

Is there a stigma around mental health in the workplace? In a survey by McKinsey & Company, 75 percent of employers acknowledged that there’s a stigma around mental health in the workplace. People in the workplace, leaders included, are afraid to speak up about...
Invest Time In Onboarding

Invest Time In Onboarding

There’s nothing like a bad onboarding experience to make a new hire regret accepting a job offer.   It’ll take a lot of work to restore the employee’s trust, if you’re lucky enough to keep them. A good onboarding process provides new employees with everything...
Making the Most of Job Interviews

Making the Most of Job Interviews

When interviewing job candidates, time is critical. The time you spend talking to candidates adds up quickly, especially if you have a lot of great candidates. That has a cost—you’re not getting other important work done. That time also goes by incredibly fast. Within...