An important aspect of an organization’s reputation is its employer brand – how the employment market views an organization as an employer. This article dives into what an employer brand entails and how developing a positive employer brand can enhance your recruiting and retention efforts.

In just three months, from February to May, main street business growth has replaced decline in two key business areas – revenue and employee headcount.

Diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace are not new concepts. However, people have gained new and varied perspectives on these topics while living through the pandemic.

Research and experimentation is fundamental for innovation, allowing companies to pursue cutting-edge solutions in a competitive market.

California joined the growing list of states to create a workaround of the $10,000 cap on the federal deduction for state and local taxes paid for pass-through entities under a bill signed Friday by the governor.

The Employee Retention Tax Credit comes with some nuances of which you should be aware.

As more Americans receive a COVID-19 vaccination and organizations develop or update their return-to-work plans, some employees may still be eager to continue working remotely, even if just for a few days each week. 
These employer responses provide insight into commonworkplace trends and challenges facing organizations and how employers respondto those challenges—many of which have been exacerbated by the COVID-19pandemic. 

The pandemic and technological advances have redefined the workday for many organizations and their employees. Having a flexible working environment means that your organization defines “work” differently and, as a result, new guidelines are established for when, where and how employees get tasks done.

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