What Is the Role of a Workplace After a Tragedy?

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What Is the Role of a Workplace After a Tragedy?

Engage President, Midge Seltzer quoted by Fast Company in an article on what company leadership and HR can do to make employees feel safe, in the wake of all-too-common mass shootings.

"Leaders need to let their teams and managers know it’s okay if people want to talk about it," says Midge Seltzer, president of the HR consulting firm Engage PEO. "They will anyway; it’s part of the grieving process. Joining the conversation will help you control it, and make it more productive."

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Google Follows A Growing Workplace Trend: Hiring More Contractors Than Employees

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It's tempting to blame employers, tyrant bosses and the "always-on" workplace culture that the Internet and cellphones have crated. But the reality is that most companies have policies and procedures in place to allow their employees' vacations to be time that is truly away from the job, according to Engage assistant general counsel and human resources consultant, Vanessa Matsis-McCready

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