For those working in human resources, the everyday responsibilities have abruptly changed to adapt to the new challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seaboard Foods adopted the Rave platform as an effective means to deliver targeted emergency and non-emergency messaging to employees. When the coronavirus pandemic started the company was forced to use the Rave platform in ways it had never envisaged.
Red collar crime is a subgroup of white collar crime in which the perpetrator uses violence to avoid detection or prosecution.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, freelancers were projected to make up the majority of the workforce by 2027, as more companies embrace flexible work schedules, according to a study conducted by the Freelancer’s Union.
The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized the importance of clear and accessible corporate communications – particularly by organizations that provide essential services.
Although the 5 E's of corporate safety can vary between training organizations, they generally follow the sequence of Education, Engagement, Engineering, Enforcement, and Evaluation.
Updated 2/9/2021—The latest on workplace violence statistics for 2021 is that despite the COVID-19 pandemic many federal agencies have been able to publish figures relating to fatal and non-fatal injuries at work; and from these figures it has been possible for health and safety experts to extract statistics relating to workplace violence.
As organizations consider what the future of the workplace will look like, they can’t ignore one particular challenge – employee communication. Efficient and effective employee communication has been a common struggle even before the COVID-19 outbreak.
2021 is full of uncertainty for those in charge of the safety and wellbeing of employees. Many workplaces like offices or manufacturing and healthcare facilities are still making adjustments following the COVID-19 outbreak. Although it seems likely that 2021 will be the year the world resumes some sort of normalcy, it’s still unclear exactly when that will occur.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed employee communications in 2020, with organizations updating a variety of policies, from PTO to RTO.