Month: November 2021

Americans are proving they are quitters. In September 2021, 4.4 million Americans left their jobs. In recent months, employers have faced a historic labor shortage with no end in sight. What does this all mean for Human Resources leaders?  For starters, those in HR need to understand why this is happening. At first, some experts
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​A new government mandate in Victoria, Australia, requires workers on an expansive authorized worker list to receive COVID-19 vaccinations if they want to do their jobs onsite rather than working remotely. Those performing work essential to grocery stores, banks, public transportation, agriculture, health care, postal services, pharmacies, emergency services, gas stations and the police, among
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​The jig is up. Employees expect their organizations to do more than merely say they value diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I). They want action, said Sonia Aranza, CEO and principal consultant at Aranza Communications in Alexandria, Va. She spoke during the concurrent session, “Allyship: How to Recognize and Disrupt Bias” at SHRM INCLUSION 2021, held
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