In today’s Weekend Roundup, discover how to confront vaccine misinformation in the workplace, the six steps to building a successful DE&I strategy, and the benefits every company should offer to remote workers. Click the headlines below to learn more!
Misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines has proliferated across the Internet in recent months, including false rumors about dangerous side effects, surveillance and other conspiracies.
This rise in false information about vaccines has had a marked impact on vaccination rates, with 1 in 4 Americans saying they are not planning to get vaccinated.
Vaccine conspiracies can cause disturbances in the workplace, especially if employees are sharing misinformation or condemning employees who have chosen to get vaccinated.
Everyone is talking about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) – but why is it so important?
Diverse, fair and inclusive cultures foster connections, increase acceptance and tolerance, and create trust and improve morale. All of these are important and beneficial in their own right, but an effective DE&I strategy also improves a business’ bottom line.
Offering in-demand employee benefits that will boost productivity is crucial if you want to attract and maintain top talent.
But what kind of benefits make sense for remote workers who you typically only see and connect with in virtual environments?
The answer will vary depending on your company and employees. Each company and its employees will have different needs and wants, so it makes sense to listen to your co-workers and feel out the pulse of your business.
Could your business benefit from our expertise on background checks, EEOC compliance, drug screenings, workplace policies, and solutions to your HR needs? Contact KRESS today for exemplary customer service and a custom solution for your needs. We are here to help.