Business groups and managers are girding for workplace disruptions if a pro-union bill becomes law. The Protecting the Right to Organize Act—would impact their workplaces by bringing the most significant changes to U.S. labor law since the 1935 National Labor Relations Act.
Any company that cares about growing and retaining talent should think twice about replacing an underperforming employee. Instead, managers should work with employees to understand why they’re struggling to succeed.
Many eyes were on this week’s HR Florida Conference & Expo in Kissimmee, Fla.—one of the very few SHRM state conferences being held in person during the coronavirus pandemic. Organizers tackled many challenges.