HR Brief

HR Brief

The HR Brief is a monthly newsletter that features two short, easy-to-read articles on timely HR topics along with a “Did You Know” factoid.

June 2019 - June's HR Brief examines an uptick in DOL enforcement actions and discusses the lowest unemployment rate in decades.

May 2019 - This month's HR Brief discusses the latest developments with the Affordable Care Act and the Department of Labor's newly proposed overtime rule.

April 2019 - This month's HR Brief examines how communication is essential to employee engagement and discusses the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's proposed rule that would increase their online presence.

March 2019 - March's HR Brief examines how workplace wellness should include more than just physical health initiatives and briefly explains how to avoid retaliation claims.

February 2019 - This month's HR Brief examines how empathy can help retain your workers and informs about the proper way to calculate overtime pay.

January 2019 - This month's HR Brief reviews 2019 plan limits and considers how to attract Gen Z talent.

December 2018 - December’s HR Brief offers tips for preventing the flu in the workplace, discusses workplace accountability regarding sexual harassment and includes ways to stay safe on the roads during the holidays.

November 2018 - This month’s HR Brief discusses rising health care costs, flu prevention tips and the overtime rule listening sessions that were held in September 2018. 

October 2018 - This month’s HR Brief explains the importance of employee financial literacy, offers tips for open enrollment communication and introduces an online resource for understanding worker protections.

September 2018 - This month’s HR Brief focuses on CTE program revivals, LinkedIn’s new voice messaging and two potentially transformative health bills.

August 2018 - This HR Brief explores the effects of ageism in the workplace, discusses the impact of enforcing communication guidelines and addresses the importance of having an attractive company culture.