The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present new changes and challenges for businesses and HR professionals daily. We understand that keeping up with the evolving legislation and the never-ending list of outstanding questions can feel impossible.
With help from the HR experts at ThinkHR, we wanted to highlight the top questions we’re receiving from HR professionals at mid-sized businesses—and provide their answers.
Like any company, financial institutions have their fair share of HR challenges. From attracting and retaining top talent to staying compliant, there’s never a dull day working in HR in the finance industry.
Still, as the world of work continues to change, so does finance HR. From embracing technological advancements to prioritizing cybersecurity, finance companies are doing their best to keep up with the latest and greatest while still setting themselves apart as great employers.
In just a few weeks, COVID-19 has dramatically changed the way we approach and do business. Workplaces are transitioning to being fully remote, non-essential business travel is suspended, events and conferences have been put on pause, and stores and businesses are being forced to close their doors—every day seems to bring more news and challenges.
It’s always back-to-school season for professionals looking to bolster their HR credentials.
Our 24-hour news cycle is surrounding us with minute-by-minute updates on the continued global spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Managing people risks and maintaining business compliance are two critical components of the HR function—but both are difficult to master.
From meeting regulatory deadlines to staying up-to-date on employee training requirements, keeping your business compliant can be a complicated and time-consuming endeavor, especially when it isn’t the only thing on your plate.