In the past year, many employers who would never have considered a remote work arrangement discovered that it was not only possible, but in some (or many) ways preferable to... The post What the Switch to Remote Work Teaches Us About HR appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question We’ve hired someone to help out with some end-of-year tasks, and they’ll be leaving shortly after the new year. Can we pay them as an independent contractor since the... The post Can we pay a temporary employee as an independent contractor? appeared first on ThinkHR.
Phishing emails are a type of scam designed to obtain information or prompt certain behavior from their targets. To that end, they typically appear to come from a person or... The post Be Alert: Employers Are Seeing a Spike in Phishing Scams appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question How should we handle returning personal belongings to a terminated employee? Can we pack them up for the employee? Answer You may pack personal belonging for the employee or... The post How should we handle returning personal belongings to a terminated employee? Can we pack them up for the employee? appeared first on ThinkHR.
With COVID-19 vaccinations underway and widespread availability in sight, many employers want to know whether they can require their employees to get the vaccine. While recent EEOC guidance implies that... The post A Note on Requiring COVID-19 Vaccines appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question An employee of ours had a brief coughing fit today, but she says she just had something caught in her throat. As far as we’ve seen, she hasn’t experienced... The post Should we send an employee home because they were coughing? appeared first on ThinkHR.
Late in the day on March 11, two events heralded a seismic shift in the nation’s response to COVID-19: the NBA suspended its season after a player tested positive for the coronavirus,... The post HR: A Year in Review appeared first on ThinkHR.