New Jersey’s Expanded Mini-WARN Law to Take Effect Soon

​After a two-year delay, the amendment to the New Jersey Millville-Dallas Airmotive Plant Job Loss Notification Act, the state’s mini-WARN law, will take effect on April 10. The amendment expands the coverage... Read more »

Court Dismisses Claims Against Whole Foods Over Black Lives Matter Masks

​A federal judge has rejected retaliation charges against Whole Foods Market over its policy prohibiting employees from wearing Black Lives Matter face masks. On Jan. 23, the U.S. District Court for the... Read more »

Gallup: Employee Disengagement Hits 9-Year High

​Employee engagement has reached its lowest level since 2015, according to a new survey released by research firm Gallup. About 32 percent of the 67,000 full- and part-time employees surveyed were engaged... Read more »

Leading Difficult Conversations About Layoffs

​Massive staffing cuts by U.S.-based tech and finance companies have made the news recently. But while large-scale layoffs generate many headlines, small to midsize organizations also face downsizing decisions.  “Laying someone off... Read more »

Fitting Hybrid Work Policy to Company Culture

​The hybrid work schedule, created out of necessity during the pandemic, has become a critical attraction and retention tool for many organizations feeling the labor crunch. “It’s how we work now,” said... Read more »

Asian American Community Shocked After Two Mass Shootings

Two recent shootings in California have stunned the Asian American community. On Jan. 21, a 72-year-old gunman opened fire at a dance studio in Monterey Park, Calif., killing 11 people and injuring... Read more »

Mass Shootings Represent Growing Trend of Violence, Hostility Against Asian Americans

Two recent shootings in California have stunned the Asian American community. On Jan. 21, a 72-year-old gunman opened fire at a dance studio in Monterey Park, Calif., killing 11 people and injuring... Read more »

Monterey Park Shooting: Another Tragedy for Asian American Community

​A 72-year-old gunman opened fire at a dance studio in Monterey Park, Calif., on Jan. 21, killing 10 people and injuring 10 more as the city’s large Asian American community was celebrating... Read more »

Game-Centric Technology: A Better Way to Engage Employees in L&D?

When many employees were sent home to work at the beginning of the pandemic, employers looked for ways to connect with and engage them virtually. Many had to shift onboarding and training... Read more »

Stepping Up to Hire Refugees

​The 6-year-old girl didn’t understand why she had to rise in the middle of the night to travel to the Kabul airport and stand outside the gates for hours in a jostling,... Read more »
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