The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many employees to work remotely, and some may have relocated for a variety of reasons, creating challenges for employers to keep up-to-date records of employee contact information.
Following racially fraught incidents, checking for evidence of racism has become a key litmus test for corporate recruiting and hiring. Companies can no longer afford the fallout of installing candidates with problematic pasts in top positions.
Employers and HR managers should to look for vendors that provide a holistic solution—not just technology—that addresses employees’ many needs.
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.
The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health—which is known as Cal/OSHA—is now scrutinizing employers’ adherence to state guidance regarding worker protections during the COVID-19 health crisis.