5 Skills Middle Managers Need to Become Better Leaders

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5 Skills Middle Managers Need to Become Better Leaders

We’ve all heard and likely executed, the notion that the example and company culture starts at the top with senior leadership. While it is tremendously important for those in senior leadership positions to embrace, embody, and champion organizational changes and organizational culture, middle managers play a crucial part in implementing and executing organizational strategies and cultural changes.
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Using Assessments to Develop Employee Learning Paths

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Developing Learning Paths for Employees with Assessments

Talent, in many organizations, seek learning and development opportunities to advance their careers. They often look to their employer for support and guidance. Therefore, it is important for organizations to provide structured learning. However, many employees may not know where to start when it comes to their professional and career development. Organizations have the unique opportunity to provide the “where to start” for employees in conjunction with developing the skills necessary for the overall goals of the organization.
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Employment Law News: Unions and Part-Time Work Under the ADA

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Below, Tara Motheral, HR Advisor at ERC, discusses two recent cases, including what happened in each case and what the key takeaway is for each case that may impact your business:

First case discussed:

Rizo v. Yovino, No. 16-15372, (9th Cir. April 9, 2018). Click here to read the full case.

Second case discussed: 

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes, Inc.,  No. 16-2424, 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 5720 (6th Cir. Mar. 7, 2018) Click here to read the full case. 


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Do Companies Request Salary History Information From Job Applicants? View the Poll Results

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Do Companies Request Salary History Information From Job Applicants? View the Poll Results

You’re filling out a job application and just as you’re about to hit “submit”, you see the dreaded “Please provide the salary for your current position” question. Plus, it has a little red asterisk next to it, so you know you are going to have to answer it to even be considered. Well in recent years a combination of case law and statewide and local statutes are beginning to change that practice, or at least removing that pesky red asterisk.
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Meet the Speakers: 2018 HR Star

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Meet the Speakers: 2018 HR Star

The HR Star Conference Cleveland being held on July 25 will attract over 600 HR professionals for a day of education, networking, and engagement. ERC proudly supports this conference year after year. This year ERC has the privilege of providing four speakers on four different, engaging topics. Meet our speakers below and catch their sessions at the event.
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Employment Law News: Gender Pay Gap, Transgender Discrimination, and Telecommuting

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With everchanging political and legislative landscapes, it's important for employers to know and understand the trends that have the potential to impact their business. At ERC, we like to keep informed on legislation and rulings from around the country that may influence how you approach your handbooks, strategies, and even company culture.

Below, Tara Motheral, HR Advisor at ERC, discusses three recent cases, including what happened in each case and what the key takeaway is for each case that may impact your business:


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Defining and Measuring Employee Engagement

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Defining and Measuring Employee Engagement

Employee engagement is generally defined as a positive, fulfilled state of the employee regarding their work and their organization. Employee engagement is characterized by vigor, dedication, and absorption in work-related activities. Unsurprisingly, employee engagement connects with many desirable outcomes, including high performance, overall positive attitudes, better mental health, and increased innovation. If employees are not engaged, they tend to burn out and disconnect from their work.
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