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After a year of leading in a pandemic, have you spoken to employees about performance?

With the pandemic, many employers saw the need to switch to remote work and/or combine positions, giving employees new roles, some for which they have not been trained. Both choices have made it harder for companies to hold their employees to the same standards as before. This article from Gallup recommends a more collaborative approach to performance management in today’s ground. They suggest one that includes agile goals that focus on business needs and how employees can best deliver value to the organization, ongoing coaching conversations that establish a rhythm of collaboration, and conducting quarterly reviews with accountability on performance.

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Leading Effectively in Post-Pandemic Work-from-home and Hybrid work Environment

As remote work continues to be part of today’s job market, employers must ensure updated policies are in place to maintain a happy and productive workforce. It’s estimated that 25-30% of the U.S. workforce will be working from home multiple days a week by the end of 2021. Communicating the right expectations for employees is crucial to avoid issues that may cause disruption to the workday and ultimately affect performance. Gotcha Covered HR can help you effectively communicate expectations and promote individual employee development.

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Hurricane Preparedness

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently released its forecast for the 2021 hurricane season with an expectation set above-normal for the Gulf. Now is the time to prepare to help keep your family, business, and property safe. Get your Louisiana Emergency Preparedness Guides here.

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National Disability PRIDE Month

Disability Pride Month is an annual and worldwide observation of disability as an identity, a culture, a community, and the positive pride felt by disabled people. People with disabilities make up the world's largest and most diverse minority group. One in 4 adults have a disability and make up nearly 20% of the workforce in the U.S. Chances are you work with someone with a disability or have one yourself. This article from SHRM highlights what employers can do to better accommodate candidates during the hiring process and create an inclusive workplace for all.

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