“Spring” invokes thoughts of cleaning and refreshing. Given the changes over the last two years, this should apply not only to your windows and closets but to your HR practices as well.
The current trend known as “the Big Quit” or “the Great Resignation” is expected to continue into 2022. In 2021, a monthly average of 3.95 million workers quit their jobs for various reasons as indicated by different reports and polls.
I’d like to welcome each of you to a new year with NAWLA, and thank you for everything you’ve done for our association and industry over the past year. I am very excited about our future and am honored to be leading NAWLA through what is sure to be a tremendous year ahead.
Trends and legislative agendas indicate that employers will face some new challenges in 2022 while battling old ones. When possible, it is critical that businesses prepare for these changes in advance of implementation. Below are some major regulatory and compliance trends we are watching as well as
You’re probably sick of hearing about The Great Resignation but listen up! Not only isn’t it going away, it is gaining momentum. Consider the following statistics from the US Department of Labor:
3% of the total US workforce left their jobs in September. That is an astonishingly high number.