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By Amie Remington, Esq. on Thursday, March 18, 2021
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In this day and age most people have at least one social media account. In fact, in a report published by GlobalWebIndex, the average person now has 7.6 social media accounts, and 98% have at least one social network account.
Statistics shows that Americans spend at least 2 hours per day using their social media accounts. Who would like to wager a portion of that time is spent monitoring social media accounts during the work day? And, as an employer, what can you do about the content that your employees post online? The answer to those questions may seem disheartening to some.
With the observance of Mental Health Month in May, it is a good time to consider what your company is doing to help promote good mental health in the workplace. As we know, health isn’t just about our physical well-being but also about our mental well-being. When we talk about health, we have to see the whole person and make use of the tools and resources that benefit minds and bodies together.
Successful companies recognize the benefits of dynamic teams working together toward a common goal. Strong team dynamics produce higher-quality results and solve problems faster.
One of the “hot” HR topics of the moment is Employee Engagement. What is it and how do companies engage employees? I have a few ideas for you...
This week is Valentine’s Day and love is in the air! Significant others will be showering loved ones with gifts and many offices will be full of flowers, candy, and balloons. During this festive time, coworkers will have a peek into the private lives of many of their peers. But what happens if you find out you have a situation of two employees dating in the workplace... Now what do you do?