Due to COVID-19, this year’s election may be especially challenging. Long lines, distant ballot drop boxes, and childcare arrangements may add to the time people need away from work to... The post What Employers Can Do to Encourage and Support Voting appeared first on ThinkHR.
This year, employees are being pulled in many directions, including personal, professional, parenting, and community demands. In times like these, work can feel like a distraction from rather than an... The post Help Your Employees Find Purpose in Their Work appeared first on ThinkHR.
By Kara Govro If you hadn’t engaged with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) before the pandemic, you probably have by now. The ADA comes up a lot these days,... The post Key Definitions to Help You Understand the ADA appeared first on ThinkHR.
The Affordable Care Act’s employer shared responsibility provision — often called the employer mandate or “play or pay” — requires large employers to offer health coverage to their full-time employees... The post The Affordability Test for 2021 Health Plans appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question We’ve had a lot of turnover since the pandemic started and are thinking about doing exit interviews to see if we can find out why. Do you have any... The post How to Use Exit Interviews to Understand Turnover and Increase Retention appeared first on ThinkHR.
Remember when parents just needed to pack lunches, get their kids to school, help with homework, and attend parent-teacher conferences? Around the country, COVID-19 has upended traditional in-person education, with... The post 7 Ways To Support Working Parents During COVID-19 appeared first on ThinkHR.