As people begin to filter back in to the workplace, risk of infection, the excitement and anxiety may prove for a bumpy ride and hinder overall productivity. In the face of this transition, it will be extremely important to manage expectations, both in what your organization expects in regards to returning to work as well as how your organization will support the varying needs and concerns of those returning.
With COVID-19, most companies have implemented large-scale work from home initiatives. Now that many states are reopening and employees are starting to trickle back into the office, what lessons can employers draw from the world’s largest work-from-home experiment?
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Social Media Screening is beginning to catch on in a more systematic process of analyzing the public profiles of candidates. Read our article to learn the latest on this new technology.
Using AI to analyze video interviews is becoming more common. HR and Hiring Managers should understand the technology and make sure it is free from bias. State law is being implemented to control how these videos are managed, stored, and shared. Read the full article to keep your company in compliance.
Have you reviewed your leave policies lately? If not, now is the time. States (and cities and counties) across the nation are passing paid sick leave laws at an ever increasing pace and this trend is moving full steam ahead.
It is not uncommon to lose an IT member while working on a project. IT is becoming more and more of a transient industry. How you handle these type of situations can be key in completing a project on time. This is where IT staffing can play a big part.