A management strategy known as the results-only work environment (ROWE) has seen a surge in interest during the pandemic, says one of the architects of the system. “I think based on the pandemic… companies are more ready now to look at something bold, look at… Read More »Forget 9 to 5. These experts say the time has come for the results-only work environment
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It’s OK to Not Be OK: How Schools Can Address Mental Health Wellness for Employees | Fisher Phillips
The pandemic has affected all aspects of daily life over the past few years and brought mental health awareness to the forefront of employee-related concerns. In addition to taking a heightened interest in student well-being, schools have been proactive about addressing mental health with employees.… Read More »It’s OK to Not Be OK: How Schools Can Address Mental Health Wellness for Employees | Fisher Phillips
As candidates offered closing remarks at the end of the 90-minute forum, Brown focused on the homelessness crisis in Rhode Island, reminding attendees that he and Senator Cynthia Mendes, who is running for lieutenant governor, slept in tents outside the State House for 16 days… Read More »Brown and McKee spar over homelessness, Human Services jobs
From the Great Resignation to vaccine mandate confusion, last year was a wild ride for HR. Some things may not have cleared up much – like when the pandemic will end or when the labor market will stabilize – but HR Dive’s predictions build on… Read More »7 trends likely to shape HR in 2022
Long-time diversity advocate and leader Willette Burnham-Williams, Ph.D., was honored alongside other Tri-county individuals and organizations for their dedication and efforts championing diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at the inaugural Lowcountry Diversity Leadership Awards 2022 presented by the Charleston Regional Business Journal and Furman University’s… Read More »Diversity champion receives inaugural Diversity Leadership Lifetime Achievement Award | MUSC
By SUSAN JONES The compensation modernization project has long been percolating at Pitt – through several years, HR directors and name changes. STAFF COUNCIL SPOTLIGHTS Staff Council will sponsor two Staff Council Spotlight Sessions on the compensation modernization project. The group’s president, Angie Coldren, told… Read More »Compensation modernization inching ahead | University Times
ALEXANDRIA, Va .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The workforce is currently facing an unprecedented amount of burnout, stress, and loneliness. As the nation kicks off Mental Health Awareness Month, we at SHRM and the SHRM Foundation are focusing on workplace mental health and wellness. Our Mental… Read More »SHRM Research Demonstrates HR’s Impact on Mental Health
The Graduate School Mentoring Awards recognize graduate programs, faculty mentors and doctoral students whose practice exemplifies the Foundational Values for Graduate Student and Faculty Mentoring Relationships and who make exceptional efforts to sustain the rights and fulfill the responsibilities outlined in the MSU Guidelines for… Read More »Graduate School Outstanding Mentoring Awards | MSUToday
In the middle of the pandemic, changing jobs has become its own contagion, according to a new study by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Turnover seems to be spreading by word-of-mouth: Workers who quit their jobs in the past nine months were more… Read More »Why Are So Many Employees Quitting?
SHRM President and Chief Executive Officer Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, is answering HR questions as part of a series for USA Today.Do you have an HR or work-related question you’d like him to answer? Submit it here. I have recently declined a couple of… Read More »What’s the Best Way to Turn Down a Job Offer?