Do we just hope it fades in the rearview mirror and restart the old compensation, benefits, and total rewards paradigm or do we need a new approach to reflect this new reality?
A recent survey was conducted by XPertHR that revealed some interesting outcomes that KL would like to share with our clients.
Employers must still comply with an array of legal and regulatory requirements, even though employees are working remotely.
The Executive Order makes it mandatory for an employee who claims a medical exemption from the mandatory mask rule to provide medical certification supporting the requested exemption.
Nick Daukas shares the latest Connecticut compliance updates, including: new CT minimum wage, COVID-19 workplace impacts, and I-9 deadline.
Carol Kardas will present “Recruiting & Retention: Critical Compensation Strategies in the COVID-19 environment” at CBIA’s Virtual Wage & Hour Conference on Sept. 15th
Nick Daukas partners with Connecticut Community Foundation to help the region’s nonprofits get back to work safely.
Andy Thiede and Nick Daukas offer HR professionals and employers considerations to keep in mind as they begin to bring employees back to work.
If you are an essential employer consider these tips from Andy Thiede to address business continuity and the emotional and physical health of your workforce.