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Millions to Lose Pandemic Payment in September – What Does This Mean for The Job Market & Workers?

By September 4-6, 2021 around 7.5 million Americans will lose all unemployment benefits that they have been relying on during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is assumed by some that the...

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Adding A to DEI

As diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) continues to take workplaces by storm we are starting to see a growing trend of adding another letter to the DEI acronym and that...

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Shining a Spotlight on Improving and Supporting Mental Health in the Workplace

May is Mental Health Awareness Month – and it’s an ideal time to review your programs that support your employees’ mental health as well as protect employees with mental health...

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Celebrating Military Appreciation Month

The month of May is Military Appreciation Month and we want to close out the month by acknowledging and appreciating all active-duty, veterans and retired members of the United States...

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Hiring: Throw a Wider Net for Bottom Line and Commonwealth

We are just beginning to move into what we hope will be a “post-COVID” world.  At the same time, responding to race-related tragedies, companies are struggling with how to address...

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Deaf People in the Workforce

National Deaf History Month, which runs from March 13 through April 15, is a celebration of contributions of the hard-of-hearing and the deaf community to American society. The term “deaf”...

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Managing Through the Coronavirus Q&A

Below we have outlined the questions and answers from the webinar, “Managing Through the Coronavirus.” Thank you for submitting your coronavirus questions! We have grouped them together by topic for...

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OFCCP Announces Exemptions For Federal Contracts For Coronavirus Relief Efforts

On March 17, OFCCP Director Craig Leen issued a National Interest Exemption memorandum stating that he has decided "to grant a limited exemption and waiver from some of the requirements"...

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OFCCP Moving Forward With Plans From 2019 Town Halls

With the first quarter of 2020 wrapping up, OFCCP has put forth its "Town Hall Action Plan" to continue its focus on helping federal contractors in as many ways as...

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