Research says employees who take time off work and think better. Yet American workforces refuse to take a break. Get the facts about employee vacation and what role your managers play in ensuring your people avoid employee burnout.
When talking about working parents, the data is just one part of the narrative. What’s equally important is the stories behind the numbers.
In business, if you wait for a challenge to pass versus preparing for it ahead of time, you risk falling so far behind, you might not be able to catch up. These are the top HR challenges and threats employers need to be preparing for right now.
What’s the secret to saving business continuity during a weather emergency? It comes down to rules about critical elements such as where people will work, who’ll provide information, and what happens when school is cancelled.
SC Enterprises has a storied history. Headquartered in the North Pole with operations worldwide, the privately held firm is known for its manually operated assembly line, patented chimney transport system, and for establishing the optimal algorithm for naughty vs. nice differentiation. But in 1939, its drop date was threatened by a foggy eve.
Planning for snow days in summer may seem depressing. But a good business continuity plan can protect bottom lines from more than just snow. And the time to plan is long before you need it.
Organizations understand how severe weather affects business continuity. But employees’ personal challenges can be equally as harmful to productivity. A great business continuity strategy helps employees bounce back from personal challenges, as well as the big events that impact the whole company.
Most companies would love to offer some sort of child care assistance to their employees. But many struggle to build the business case to pitch a child care benefit to leadership. To help you along (and in the spirit of tax season), here are five reasons why child care is good for your business.
Is your business prepared for extreme weather? New England businesses with back-up care programs were best-equipped to weather this year’s unprecedented amount of snow.
A job boom in February signals that a tight labor market will soon affect employers. But along with a growth in jobs is an increasing need for employees with more advanced skills. How do you find employees with those skills? You don’t…you grow them in house.