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Keeping Job Descriptions Current

When was the last time you reviewed job descriptions for your entire company? If the answer is any longer than a year, it’s time to look again. There are several big goals we can accomplish simply by taking the time to review job descriptions annually, including...

A Comprehensive Look at Employee Wellness

Wellness often becomes a hot topic at the start of a new year, when the weather starts to hint at spring, or when employees feel burnt out from the demands of work and life. It’s a hot topic in the employee benefits space for sure, and it’s one where employers have a...

Layoff Versus Furlough: Things to Consider

Whenever there’s talk of a looming recession or uncertain times ahead, it’s good to know your options in case you need to reduce your workforce. Many times, business owners believe their only or best option is to lay off a portion of their employees. However, we...

Meet Our New Employee, Crystal Schultz

We want to welcome Crystal Schultz to the WhyHR team as an HR generalist! Crystal will be working directly with multiple client accounts and assisting elsewhere as needed due to our team approach to serving client needs. In her role as an HR generalist, she will...

The Death of the Working Manager Role

In recent years, the relationship between the employer and the employee has shifted, and the working manager role has shifted too. Gone are the days of employees remaining at one company for their entire career. Instead, employees are seeking a workplace that suits...

Employee Engagement with Hybrid Teams

The pandemic has radically altered the office environment for many businesses. Companies discovered very quickly which positions worked as remote or hybrid and which did not. While the crisis phase of the pandemic for most companies is behind us, the changes in how we...

New Employee Spotlight: Aj McGee

WhyHR is pleased to welcome Aj McGee to the team as an HR assistant. In his role, he will be working with clients on a wide range of HR tasks, including answering questions about policies, creating offer letters, updating paperwork, and processing change of status...

Importance of Communication in People Strategy

While the pandemic continues and waves of increased infection rates are still occurring, many people have shifted to getting on with their lives and business. We’ve navigated the many shifts caused by the pandemic for almost two and a half years, and it’s time for our...

The Most Important Part of Harassment or Diversity Training

Harassment training and diversity training are two hot topics in business. Most of our clients understand the importance of these training sessions and often want to know how quickly WhyHR can come in to train their employees. Company-wide training is important, but...

At-Will Employment Doesn’t Negate Liability

At-will employment is often misunderstood by business owners. While true that at-will employment means either party can end the employment agreement at any time, it doesn’t remove the risk of a former employee suing over wrongful termination. Even in at-will states,...
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