HR Advisor Newsletter - January 2020
How Employers Can Address Mental Health in the Workplace
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than half the people in the United States will be diagnosed with a mental illness at some point in their lives, and one in five Americans will experience a mental illness in a given year. It’s therefore not surprising that mental health has a significant impact in the workplace. In fact, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), mental health conditions like depression and anxiety cost the global economy a trillion dollars per year in lost productivity.
Thank you for reading the HR Advisor Newsletter. This month we look at three practices you can do to effectively manage your HR responsibilities, what you should keep in mind when writing your own company policies, and a few measures you can take to protect your organization when serving alcohol at company events.
Welcome to the HR Advisor Newsletter! This month we explain why you should care about your employer brand and how you can take charge of it, review the latest news about the new overtime rule, and go over the actual legal definition of harassment.
Welcome to the HR Advisor Newsletter! We have articles this month on hiring former employees, employee rights under the NLRA, misunderstood terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and managing your managers. Thank you for reading!
Five Reasons to Rehire Former Employees
It’s not uncommon for organizations to have a policy against rehiring former employees.
Thank you for reading the HR Advisor Newsletter. The featured articles this month recap the 2019 SHRM conference in Las Vegas, offer guidance on preventing sexual harassment in the workplace, and explain the meaning of workplace culture.
Thank you for reading the HR Advisor Newsletter! This month we go over three ways HR makes employment more profitable, explain the advantages of skill-based training, and review the importance of accommodating pregnant employees.
The Three Ways HR Makes Employment More Profitable
HR covers a lot of territory—much of it cluttered with paperwork—but it really
This month, we cover the causes and solutions to conflict in the workplace, review the new EEO-1 pay data reporting requirements, and show you how to calculate overtime during workweeks with paid holidays.
New Jersey Law Alert – New Jersey Minimum Wage and Family Leave Act Changes
The minimum wage in New Jersey will begin increasing this July and continue until it reaches $15 per hour in 2024. The first increase will take place on July 1 and will raise the minimum wage from the current $8.85 per hour to $10.00 per hour. The base wage for tipped employees will also increase, through 2022. The increase schedule is as follows, with tipped employee base wages in parenthesis:
Thank you for reading the HR Advisor Newsletter! This month’s edition features an article on what you need to know before disciplining or terminating an employee so that you don’t end up in a legal danger zone. You can also read about the interactive process and the DOL’s relatively new unpaid intern test. Finally, we
Thank you for reading the HR Advisor Newsletter! This month, we’re excited to introduce a new format to the newsletter that will enable us to feature more content and make it easier for you to find the information that’s most relevant and valuable to you. Please take a look!