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How Role Ambiguity Can Affect Your Business

Role ambiguity arises when an employee lacks a clearly defined job description, objectives for the role, and a precise breakdown of responsibilities. This leaves the employee feeling confused and uncertain about how to effectively perform their duties, leading to the expenditure of energy on insignificant tasks and the management of numerous responsibilities that do not […]

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Which is Better – Arbitration or Mediation?

Mediation and arbitration are both alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods used to resolve conflicts outside of traditional litigation or trial. In the context of employment disputes, both mediation and arbitration offer advantages and disadvantages, and they differ in several key aspects. Common Attributes Both mediation and arbitration share the commonality of involving a neutral third […]

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Do I Have to Give My Employees Time Off for Federal Holidays?

There are many federal holidays, such as Labor Day, Independence Day, Memorial Day, New Year’s Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and others, that are widely recognized. While many organizations grant employees time off on these federal holidays, the status of less popular ones remains a question. For some employees, the terms “federal holidays” and “days off” are […]

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Are You Required to Pay Employees During Onboarding?

When executed effectively, the onboarding phase stands out as a crucial and impactful initial stage in a new employee’s role. Although onboarding procedures may differ across organizations, the question arises: are employers required to pay their employees for the time dedicated to onboarding activities? What Constitutes Onboarding? Employee onboarding is the process of assimilating a […]

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