In times like this, the importance of human resource management has never been greater. As COVID-19 continues to disrupt our lives and workspaces, we’re faced with daily challenges and struggles.
So much has changed in the past few weeks, but what hasn’t changed is your dedication to your organizations and employees. Many of you are dealing with very difficult circumstances and handling them as best you can. A lot of us have also been forced to make some tough decisions. Ma
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These times are really challenging to say the least, for the first time ever people are finding themselves filing for unemployment. Even those that have filed before, may not know the correct process to ensure their claims do not come back denied. It's overwhelming for our state governments and frustrating for individuals. Indiana and I'm sure other states as well, have put out a very detailed guide to help those in the unemployment line. This one-hour video is not only gr
According to the Indy Channel: Full article: https://bit.ly/2xUWWQo LAFAYETTE — For those who are now unemployed because of COVID-19, an extra $600 a week will be coming your way. The U.S. Department of Labor is allowing states to provide the additional $600 weekly to support American workers and their families during this challenging time, however, that money won't be put in Hoosiers' pockets for at least two more weeks. Like many in the restaurant industry, Rhonda Wilson, w