Archive for Tag: Productivity


Understanding Bereavement Leave and Providing Employee Support

Bereavement leave is time off granted to employees that have lost close family. This leave is intended to give employees time to grieve and attend any services such as a funeral or memorial.   Bereavement leave is only required by law in five states, including California, Oregon, Illinois, Maryland, and Washington. In all other states, it […]

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Calculating the Regular Wage Rate Under the FLSA

Understanding and correctly computing the regular wage rate is crucial...
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Paid vs. Unpaid Breaks for Non-Exempt Employees

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) establishes overtime pay, minimum...
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Why are Employee Benefits Important?

Benefits are an important part of an employee’s total compensation...
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What Motivates Gen Z Employees to be Productive in the Workplace?

Gen Z is the generation born between 1997 and 2012....
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Dealing with a Passive-aggressive Employee

Handling a passive-aggressive employee can be incredibly frustrating for any...
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What Employers Should Know About the Newest Workplace Trend: Bare Minimum Mondays  

You may have heard the term “Bare Minimum Monday” rolling around the internet and social media lately as one of the newest workplace trends. In the post-COVID workplace trends like the Great Resignation and quiet quitting have changed the way many employees view work. A focus on self-care and avoiding burnout has become increasingly important […]

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Talent Management for Small Businesses

Talent management enables companies to recruit and develop a workforce...
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Managing Expectations and Productivity with a Hybrid Workforce

Hybrid work is still relatively new for many companies and...
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3 Tips for Improving Deep Work Productivity

Deep work is a state of peak concentration that allows...
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