After Orlando, some businesses stress LGBT inclusivity moves

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After Orlando, some businesses stress LGBT inclusivity moves

Engage's Midge Seltzer speaks to the Associated Press about how companies that adopt more inclusive and progressive workplace policies are more likely to attract top talent.

"Companies also want LGBT job candidates to know they're welcome," says Midge Seltzer, president of Engage PEO.

"Everyone's competing for the top talent. By adopting these policies, you're going to look like a more progressive company. Inclusiveness also contributes to a more productive work atmosphere."

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Employees With Autism Bring Benefits and Challenges to the Workplace

"Most forward-looking employers understand the value of hiring a diverse workforce, but it’s easy for best efforts to get tripped up, especially when diversity involves what’s becoming known as neurodiversity."

Engage PEO HR Manager and Assistant General Counsel, Vanessa Matsis-McCready, shares her insights on hiring and working with people on the autism spectrum.

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​Performance Reviews: Why managers should love them — not leave them

Yes- some managers and employees have a love-hate relationship with performance reviews. They recognize the value of tracking performance and rewarding employees for a job well done, but hate the overall process.

Some companies have gone as far as eliminating annual reviews altogether. Still, most organizations have some form of employee evaluation process in place, which isn’t a bad thing. With a little planning, a lot of commitment and regular dialogue, a performance management process can be a very good thing for most companies.

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