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Happy Fall!

Can you believe that the final months of the year are already here. At SynchronyHR, our HR teams are hard at work helping clients accomplish goals for Q4 and beyond! Whether it be improving retention or implementing wellness programming, feel free to reach out if there is anything I might be able to assist you and your team with. We are always happy to help! 

Other than checking in with you, I also wanted to share some interesting trends that are taking place in the world of human resources. Let us know if you want to talk through any of these topics further. 

I hope to touch base soon. Until then, enjoy the remainder of your summer!

Strategic Performance Management: Why It’s Important to Today’s Workforce

Strategic performance management is essential for companies today because it aligns individual and team efforts with the overall strategic goals of the company. It helps create a performance-driven culture and enhances organizational effectiveness. Here are some key reasons why strategic performance management is important

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The Impact of Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental health is an essential component of an individual's overall health. Stress, anxiety, and burnout can impact employees' productivity, decision-making abilities, and interpersonal relationships at work. As managers, supervisors, peers and professionals, it is our responsibility to create an environment where our team members feel supported and encouraged to prioritize their mental well-being.

New Rules Make I-9 Process Simpler —But It’s Still Easily Overlooked

The new form allows remote examination of documents as an alternative to physical examination. Employers may still choose to physically examine prospective employees’ identity documents.

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Paid Leave Oregon launches Sept. 3. Here’s everything you need to know

The Oregon Employment Department has started accepting applications for Paid Leave Oregon, a new program that will provide eligible Oregonians with up to 12 weeks of paid time off from work for family, medical or safety needs starting Sept. 3. The launch makes Oregon the 11th state to provide some sort of guaranteed paid leave for workers.

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