Many workers who were let go or left during the pandemic might have chosen a different career path over their old job: Entrepreneurship.
The country is experiencing a significant hiring issue. Several factors are keeping individuals out of work despite the clear demand for labor countrywide: The pandemic remains a huge factor. The number of people testing [...]
With deadlines looming and in spite of legal challenges sprouting like weeds, large employers are busy implementing plans to comply with the new federal regulations that address the polarizing issue of compelling workers to [...]
Operating in the day-to-day work world can conjure up more dread than desire. Clients have shared they find it harder to stay focused; they fear dropping the ball; and they have experienced diminished capacity [...]
The success of any law firm hinges on its people. No successful law firm was ever built on the backs of average team members. If team members know that you truly care about them, they can flourish. When that happens, a law firm can truly accomplish great things.
Privacy rules associated with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act are at the top of mind 10 years later in the workplace. Employers are in a state of flux in the COVID-19 pandemic, trying to enforce vaccine mandates in the workplace and wondering whether it's legal to ask employees if they’re vaccinated.
Understandably, many employers are struggling with how to address the retention issue. Business leaders are churning over which strategies might preserve their teams. Rather than grasping, handwringing or lamenting, consider this workforce shift a necessary disruption to building a stronger, healthier culture. Think of it as an opportunity to deepen your understanding of team members and your connection to them.
There has been substantial discussion about religious accommodations over the past few months, largely stemming from vaccine mandates issued by government entities and private employers. This is largely unchartered territory for many employers that likely have not had to address a request for religious accommodation before.
For the unaided construction contractor, navigation of changing vaccine mandates can be daunting, and it is no wonder there continues to be confusion about these mandates’ effects.
While a federal mandate for large companies to require COVID-19 vaccinations or weekly testing plays out in court, there are things employers can do to be prepared, according to Greg Rouchell, partner and employment team leader at New Orleans-based Adams and Reese.