What Is the Right Way to Handle Sick Employees After COVID-19?

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With COVID-19 still being a concern, companies are having to re-examine how they handle sick employees. Past practices regarding attendance or sick leave may not be ideal during a pandemic, particularly since the rate of positive cases is rapidly increasing. To keep their workplace safe, companies need to handle sick employees the proper way. If… Read more »

Join CPS Recruitment’s CEO, Susan Crossett, For United Way of Central New York’s “If I Had Only Known Then…”

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Some lessons can only be learned by living through them. Luckily, we have three successful local leaders willing to share their experiences and highlight some of the things they wish they had known earlier in life. Join Women United / United Way of Central New York for “If I Had Only Known Then…” on Tuesday… Read more »

How to Keep Your Best Seasonal Employees Around

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As the holiday season approaches, many companies prepare to boost their workforce. Seasonal upswings in demand make bringing in additional employees necessary, at least for a period of a few months. While hiring temporary workers is the go-to approach, keeping them on board can be tricky. Seasonal workers may not have the same inherent sense… Read more »

Now Is a Great Time to Revise Your Workplace Sick Leave Policies

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One impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is many companies are taking a close, hard look at their sick leave policies. The situation was unprecedented, and many existing policies weren’t equipped to deal with the uniqueness of the event, requiring significant reworks at a moment’s notice. In fact, New York State recently created new sick leave… Read more »

What Impact has COVID-19 Made on the U.S. Workforce?

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The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred extensive change. Shelter-in-place orders, closures of non-essential businesses, staged reopenings, and widespread use of work-from-home arrangements have impacted nearly everyone. The workforce has had to adapt in numerous ways, both in an immediate sense and to plan for what the new normal may become. If you are wondering how the… Read more »

The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Changed Recruiting. Is Your Business Being Left Behind?

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The COVID-19 pandemic made one thing clear; the tried-and-true recruitment techniques of yesteryear aren’t enough in today’s climate. Even when unemployment soared, it didn’t impact all sectors equally. While professionals from certain fields flooded the market, other specialties remained hard to find. Plus, some industries thrived, even during stay-at-home orders. As a result, many companies… Read more »

Going Back to Your Workplace? Read This First

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Reopening efforts are moving forward in many states. As a result, an increasing number of professionals are making their way back to their workplaces. While some may find going back to the office reassuring, others may have concerns. COVID-19 isn’t expected to disappear completely, and some experts believe a second wave is likely on the… Read more »

What Types of PPE Does Your Business Need to Supply?

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The COVID-19 pandemic thrust personal protective equipment (PPE) into the spotlight. Demand for masks, gloves and similar items skyrocketed, even as people were told to stay home as much as possible. Now that many states are reopening, companies are starting to bring their employees back into the workplace. As a result, many employers are trying… Read more »

Is Your Business Prepared for a Second Wave of COVID-19?

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While much of the U.S. is well into the reopening processes, many experts caution that a second wave of COVID-19 could be on the horizon. Even in areas where the spread of the virus has been calmed, some anticipate a resurgence in the fall, or possibly sooner. Until the time comes, there’s no way to… Read more »

1.5 Million More People Filed for Unemployment. Here’s How to Find Your Next Best Employee From Them

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The COVID-19 pandemic led to widespread unemployment. Many skilled professionals lost their positions through no fault of their own, and most of them are actively seeking out new opportunities. However, hiring during COVID-19 is a bit challenging. Even as states reopen and restrictions lift, employers need to prioritize safety. Often, this means limiting in-person contact…. Read more »

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