Category: HR Trends

Strengthen Your Anti-Harassment Policy


Companies are reviewing their Anti-Harassment Polices and complaint processes in the midst of the Me Too Movement. In addition to employees who have experienced harassment, it should be made clear who can bring a complaint. The policy should extend to

Managing Change


Resistance to change comes from a fear of the unknown or an expectation of loss. The degree of resistance to change is determined by whether they perceive the change as good or bad, and how severe they expect the impact of

New Pay Equity Act On the Horizon


Equal pay has been a hot topic throughout the country in recent years. Although The Equal Pay Act of 1963 prohibits an employer from discriminating on the basis of sex in the payment of wages to employees, the federal law only goes

Misconceptions About Workplace Harassment


According to The Society For Human Resources Management, when educating your workforce on unwelcome conduct based on race, color, sex and other protected factors, there are“non-defenses” you should consider. Each is common but unacceptable justification for harassing conduct, even if

How to Avoid Costly Employee Lawsuits


Today people are quick to hire an attorney when they feel that they have been wronged in some way, making businesses vulnerable for employee lawsuits. The most common workplace lawsuits are founded on discrimination, discriminatory termination, retaliation and harassment. Employment