Lois Krause says there are many reasons an employer might say “no” to time off, however, there are steps you can take to change your boss’ mind.
Learn the latest marketing, leadership, HR, and customer relationship strategies that will take your business to the next level in 2019 at the Bradley Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Business Symposium.
April 11, 2019: an interview with Lois Krause, hosted by Leesa Schipani. They’ll help you through 5 costly HR mistakes.
Lois Krause contributes to a Journal of Accountancy article with suggestions for improving the way you are perceived through word-choice.
Lois Krause contributes to a Chicago Tribune article with suggestions on how to deal with conflicts between personal and work issues.
Lois Krause to Present a Free Educational Seminar: “The Evolving Workspace: How Shifting Demographics, Technology Innovations, and New Employee Expectations are Shaping the Workplace of the Future”
Lois Krause will be partnering with Amber Kendrick of Procyon Partners to deliver a free session on multigenerational benefits on March 29th.
Make sure you have posted your OSHA Summary of 2018 work-related injury and illnesses (Form 300A) in a noticeable place in your workplace.
Lois Krause will be teaching a 12-week SHRM CP & SCP Certification class at CCSU in conjunction with HRACC. Classes begin on Tuesday, February 26, 2019, from 6-9pm. The course will cover all of the essential topics, along with tips and advice for receiving certification.
How are you supposed to answer the question, “May we contact your current employer?” Lois Krause contributes to “The Penny Hoarder’s” article to answer.
Lois Krause explains how pay obligations may differ during inclement weather closures and are primarily based on the worker’s (FLSA) classification.