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Managing a Remote Workforce: Investing in people to drive success in a distributed workforce

By: | 06.18.20 | Coronavirus
Looks like the future is now. Sure, organizations have been gradually exploring and incorporating a work-from-home culture for years now. But let’s be honest— COVID-19 beaned us with a wicked curveball. The pandemic has forced employers nationwide to adopt a...

Keeping Engagement High During an Economic Low: 3 Tips for Success

By: | 06.06.20 | Coronavirus
Uncertainty. Budget cuts. Zoom fatigue. As byproducts of COVID-19 continue to impact your workforce—and your bottom line—you can’t afford to be idle. As a workforce leader, now is the time to help your organization gain traction. But how do you boost e...

A Plan of the People: Your Key to Triumph in the Face of Crisis

By: | 05.27.20 | Coronavirus
Like most business leaders, you’ve weathered economic storms before. You plan for market dips. You muscle through recessions. But you don’t anticipate something like this. Let’s face it—even the best-laid plans couldn’t prepare us...

New Employer Safety Measures Ordered In Pennsylvania to Combat COVID-19

By: | 04.16.20 | Coronavirus
At 8:00 pm April 19, 2020, additional employer safety measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic will take effect in Pennsylvania, as ordered by Governor Tom Wolf. The April 15, 2020 order requires businesses authorized to maintain in-person operations, other than health...

DOL Provides Additional “Questions and Answers” on FFCRA

By: | 04.06.20 | Coronavirus
The United States Department of Labor (DOL) has expanded its Questions and Answers document providing additional information interpreting the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The Q&A document reflects information provides by the DOL in its &ldqu...

DOL Issues “Temporary Rule” Interpreting FFCRA

By: | 04.02.20 | Coronavirus
Late Wednesday, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) issued regulations (termed a “temporary rule” by the DOL) interpreting the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The new rule sheds some additional light on how employers are to...