Welcoming Staff Back to the Office

  As vaccine distribution promises to increase, especially in California, we’re noticing lots of reopening plans announced. Most of us are eager to get back to some semblance of normal, whether that be at work or in our personal lives, likely both. But there are important factors to consider before inviting staff back to the …

Maintaining Inclusion with a Remote Staff

  Most employers now have a year of experience with remote staff under their belt, in one capacity or another. And while the benefits have been many, employees with flexible schedules and higher productivity, greater retention rates and lower overhead costs, there are also a few drawbacks. Notably, inclusion. An important element to the workplace …

Accessibility and Your Workplace: A How-to

  In 1990, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law and in the years since employers have been required to make adjustments to their workspaces and the way they do business in order to accommodate all working persons across a broad range of abilities. However, there is yet more work to be done as …

How changes in weather patterns could affect your employee’s health and productivity.

  How much thought have you given to the effects of climate change on your office? If you’re like most employers, the answer is probably not that much. But that might begin to change, and soon. Employers are likely going to start seeing the effect of changes in weather patterns on their employee’s health and …

Violence in the Workplace: Recognizing and Responding

  Recognizing and responding to violence in the workplace is a crucial step in ensuring that your company is a safe place for employees to carry out their duties, something that is required of all employers. According to a recent study conducted by OSHA, nearly two million US employees report being the target of an …