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Practices to Include in your Inclement Weather Policy

By: | 02.07.22 | HR Compliance
If you believe the groundhog, we are in for six more weeks of winter – a great time for employers to be thinking about their inclement weather policies and how those policies might need to be amended with the workplace changes that have taken place over the last t...

2022 Notable New Employment Laws for Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware

By: | 01.27.22 | HR Compliance
New Employment Laws 2022 – A new year means new laws. Employers should be aware of the following changes that went into effect as of January 1, 2022. Philadelphia Code § 9-5500 The Philadelphia Code § 9-5500 prohibits Philadelphia employers from r...

Well-being & Wellness Considerations for Employee Health

By: | 01.24.22 | Benefits
At our recent Growth & Recovery Webinar, Mike McGrath, CEO of The Charge Group, spoke on the importance of well-being and wellness for both employers and employees and what he believes to be the top 3 well-being trends for employee health. According to McGrath, o...

Human Resources Compliance Resolutions for 2022

By: | 01.17.22 | HR Compliance
It is the beginning of the year, traditionally a time to consider where we are and set goals for where we want to be – a perfect time for Human Resources professionals to establish the following five compliance-related resolutions for the workplace in 2022. 1. ...

United State Supreme Court Blocks OSHA “Vaccine or Test” ETS, Keeps in Place Vaccine Mandate for Healthcare Workers

By: | 01.13.22 | HR Alerts
A divided United States Supreme Court has blocked the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) that would have required all employers with at least 100 employees to ensure that their workers are fully vaccin...

CDC Issues New Recommendations on Isolation and Quarantine Periods

By: | 12.28.21 | HR Alerts
In the midst of the holidays and as the Omicron variant continues to spread throughout the U.S., on December 27, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new guidance shortening recommended times for COVID-19-related isolation and quarantine. As...

Executive Retention Strategies: Beyond the Salary War

By: | 12.14.21 | Compensation
During a recent Weekly Growth & Recovery Webinar, Tyler Ridgeway, Director of Human Capital Resources at Kreischer Miller, and Mike Trachtman, Partner at Wisler Pearlstine LLP, discussed executive retention strategies that go beyond the salary war. Ridgeway focus...

72% of Executives Project Economy Will Remain the Same or Improve in 2022 but still see Hiring and Retention as Major Challenges

By: | 12.13.21 | Surveys and Reports
According to Employer Associations of America’s 2021 National Business Trends Survey, Leaders Expect Economic Outlook to Improve. PHILADELPHIA, PA, December 9, 2021 – In the recently released 2022 National Business Trends Survey from the Employer Associat...

The Great “Sansdemic”

By: | 11.23.21 | Strategic HR
On November 17, workforce development expert Jim Morgan was an expert speaker on the topic of the Great Sansdemic. “Sans” meaning without and “demic” meaning people.” In his presentation, Morgan delves into the causes of today’s talen...