Monthly Archives: July 2018

Take the Question Off the Table: How the Ban on Salary History Inquiries Works in Your Company’s Favor

Many jurisdictions across the country, including New York City, Westchester County, Albany, Philadelphia, California, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Orleans, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Puerto Rico, and San Francisco, have enacted legislation with the aim of closing the pay gap between men and women.  These laws generally prohibit employers from asking job candidates about their salary history either in […]

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Company Culture: Your Strongest Asset or Biggest Liability?

No longer can company culture be thought of as a trendy catchphrase or as a workplace with nap pods, Nerf guns, and employees riding Segways up and down the hallways. This soft concept has hard results in terms of employee retention, productivity, a company’s reputation, and overall success. Whether by default or design, culture exists […]

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Out of Sight Shouldn’t Mean Out of Mind: How to Effectively Manage Remote Employees

With the abundance of technology that is available to employers, it has become easier and more common for companies to employ people outside of the office.  Employers must manage, motivate, and retain both on-site and remote employees.  A common misconception about managing remote employees is that it requires an entirely different skill set.  While managing […]

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