The recent coronavirus outbreak has given rise to new uncertainties not just for global health, but for businesses as well. With the World Health Organisation (WHO) encouraging basic hygiene habits and social distancing, governments around the world have been doling out drastic measures, from flight bans to border closures. Needless to say, firms must comply
Editor’s Note:This article is a guest post by PolicyPal. Companies like to bring their employees out for a little team bonding once in a while but most of the time, the bonding activities are either a typical picnic or a small lunch. Of course there’s nothing wrong with those ideas, it’s just that it won’t
In July’s This Week in HR, we discuss why some struggle with learning is a good thing, assessing the health of your team, and attracting minority talent.
Thanks for dropping in on this month’s This Week in HR series. This edition, we offer 4 recent articles that provide some insights on hiring and firing practices, paternity leave, and taking time off work. Enjoy!
You’re reading a new edition of This Week in HR, our special digest of HR and Tech-related news. This month we look at speed in decision-making, transparency in an organisation, and employer branding.
If you’re a business owner or HR manager, it’s likely that corporate insurance has crossed your mind. You might have blown away the thought, or shivered at the intimacy of the topic. There are just so many things that a business may face on a daily basis that contemplating what insurance is needed to protect it might have just scared you away.
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Some say an unlimited leave policy draws a fine line between flexibility in the office and inefficiency in work attitudes.