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The Happiness Advantage
by Shawn Achor

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Meet Namely: Asheia Hines

Asheia Hines is a manager of client services and one of the founding members of Namely’s Atlanta office. She’s played a huge role in shaping the new office’s culture and employee experience with her positivity and generosity. That’s why it’s no surprise Asheia has built her career in payroll and HCM administration doing what she loves most: helping people. She uses her industry expertise every day as a manager to advise Namely clients and mentor her team.

New Jersey Approves New $15 Minimum Wage

With the stroke of a pen, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy may have just given thousands of state workers a raise.

On Monday, the governor signed legislation (A-15) that will gradually increase New Jersey's minimum wage to $15 per hour. The measure, which sailed through the state’s Democrat-controlled legislature, now makes New Jersey the third-largest state to enact such an increase. New York and California approved $15 minimum wages in 2016.

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The Do’s and Don'ts of a Flexible Work Schedule

A great team is hard to find and expensive to replace. Money aside, losing top performers affects morale and, worst-case scenario, can prompt a mass exodus, leaving whole departments devoid of senior leadership and perspective.

The HR Guide to Employee Jury Duty Leave

Whether you view jury duty as an honorable civic duty or an inconvenience, odds are you’ll find a summons in your mailbox at some point. But sometimes a “speedy trial” isn’t so speedy. If selected as a juror, your obligation could last anywhere from a few days to a few months, which means missing work.

5 Warning Signs Your Employees Are Job-Hunting

We all know that bringing all-star talent through the door is hard enough. Even more challenging? Maintaining a pulse on who’s engaged and who might be looking for greener pastures.

Don’t get caught off guard. Thankfully for HR teams, there are a few telltale warning signs that your top employees are looking for a new job. Once you spot these, it’s time to act fast. Below, we’ll dive into the warning signs and what your team can do to retain employees before it’s too late.

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