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Show Me the Money

While wage growth may be slowing and other economic indicators suggest the job market is loosening, 2024 wages are still anticipated to increase by 4.1% (i.e., still higher than pre-pandemic

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AI and HR Employee Burnout

Among working professionals, HR leaders report some of the highest levels of burnout, including 70% who feel they are working “beyond capacity” and 61% “working without enough staff.” In order

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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back.

In October, Harvard professor, Claudia Goldin, won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for her research on female employment and contributions to understanding women’s progress in the workforce, including

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Modern Workweek

A September piece from TED Radio Hour, Monday-Friday, offers ideas on a range of topics relevant to the modern workplace–including the four day workweek and the illusion of “working hard”

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Human Value

In The Awakened Brain, author and psychologist, Lisa Miller, speaks to Barry-Wehmiller Chairman and CEO Bob Chapman’s observations of fulfillment and value in the workplace: Yet the vast majority of

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Cybersecurity

SHRM recently released a free cybersecurity resource kit to help businesses better understand cybersecurity recruitment and talent, as well as addressing how to build a cybersecurity team. What are you

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Taking Shots

One hallmark of bad management is the failure to take ownership of decisions (e.g., a second shift supervisor blaming superiors for unpopular policies or protocols). But what if bad management

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EEOC Updates COVID Guidance

While COVID has seemingly become an afterthought for many, the EEOC recently updated its guide relative to the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and other EEO laws. Key updates include reevaluation

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