As the year draws to a close, we would like to extend our warmest holiday greetings to you and your employees. This time of the year is an ideal opportunity for thinking ahead.
As we reflect on the past year and look towards the future, we also recognize the importance of staying vigilant in compliance matters. The new year is a perfect time to review your regulatory obligations to ensure ongoing compliance and peace of mind. Our team is here to support you in navigating these complexities and staying ahead of any changes that might affect your business. The HR team will be hosting a webinar on January on Navigating Compliance in the Workplace.
We hope you enjoy the holiday season and embrace the new year with hope, joy, and anticipation for what lies ahead in 2024. Wishing you a Happy Holiday season and a prosperous New Year.
Making Holidays Happy: A Guide to Celebrating the Season at Work
As the holiday season approaches, there's an undeniable buzz in the air. It's a time of joy, gratitude, and celebration. As your trusted SynchronyHR HR Business Partner, we understand the importance of fostering a positive and inclusive workplace culture, especially during the holidays. Here are some tips to ensure a happy and harmonious holiday season for everyone at the office.
Aligning Workplace Culture with Employee Mental Health: 6 Steps to Success
Last year, nearly all HR professionals (94 percent) believed organizations could improve workplace mental health through the provision of benefits, according to SHRM's Mental Health in America: A 2022 Workplace Report. But today, workers and experts are saying benefits and self-care perks alone don't address the root causes of the burnout and exhaustion crisis in the workplace. What are the current trends and what can you do to address them?
2024 Minimum Wage Increases
There are twenty six states and/or jurisdictions increasing their minimum wage requirement in 2024. This chart below provides a quick reference to compare your employee rates in SynchronyHR’s HRIS to what is required by state.
Remote Work: Finding the Balance in the New Normal
Over the last few years, where and how we work has shifted dramatically. The future of work appears to be extremely asynchronous, flexible, and distant. However, each work arrangement presents its own set of benefits and challenges. Let's review some some examples, and how to best implement your desired structure.