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Employee Conduct at Conferences

Many companies send employees to work-related conferences. Whether it be with the hopes of networking and building clientele or learning at a purely educational conference, managers need to approach these travel plans with eyes wide open. Though conferences and travel...

How Positive Communication Improves Employee Retention

Oftentimes, managers give employees feedback that focuses on how the employee can improve or how the manager can help the employee be successful. While those are important conversations, it is equally important to communicate about the areas in which employees are...

Employee Spotlight: Dezaria Taylor

We recently welcomed Dezaria Taylor to the WhyHR team! In her role as an HR assistant, Dezaria will work to support our specialists in all aspects of client service, including employee onboarding, reviewing resumes and applications, conducting interviews, and...

Rethinking the Four-Day Work Week

The idea of a four-day work week is making a comeback for some employers, and it’s a common topic of conversation with our clients. The thought of one less day of work per week might seem appealing, but it must be done in a way that makes sense for both the employer...

How to Structure Meetings for Better Engagement

You have probably heard employees complain that meetings seem endless, pointless, and a distraction from being able to get things done. Those assessments of meetings can be painfully accurate all too often, especially when meetings meander and the original intent gets...

HR Is a Value Add

As businesses begin, they often start with so few employees that they have no HR department. Small- and medium-sized businesses exist for quite some time this way. As they grow, they eventually find themselves with enough employees that an HR department seems like a...

Small Businesses and Benefits Strategy

All too often, we hear small businesses say, “I’m a small business, so I can’t offer (insert benefit here).” Whether it’s health insurance, retirement, or some other allowance, small businesses often feel like they are too small to spend money on benefits. Don’t fall...

New Employee Spotlight: Jaylee Simpson

This month, we extend a warm welcome to Jaylee Simpson, who has joined WhyHR as an HR assistant. As the newest member of our team, Jaylee works closely with our HR consultants in supporting their clients. In that capacity, she runs background checks, generates offer...

Why Harassment Education in the Workforce Matters

Employers have a responsibility to provide a workplace that is safe and free of harassment for all people. Understandably, many employers have concerns about what happens when a harassment complaint is filed at their business. WhyHR is often called in to investigate...

Creating, Maintaining, and Preserving Company Culture

Company culture is something that needs to be nurtured over time. All too often, companies check a few boxes and think they’ve created a solid company culture. While they may have created the start of a great culture, without consistent and diligent action to maintain...
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