Today’s workforce is as diverse as ever, especially when it comes to generations in the workplace. Baby Boomers have made up the majority of the workforce for most of our lifetimes. Today, millennials are the majority, but there are also Gen X and Gen Z to consider. Each generation brings its own generational differences to the table, including their approaches to wellness. How do employers bridge these differences?
Join us for our March Breakfast Session
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
8:30am - 10:30am
UKFCU @ 1730 Alysheba Way in Lexington
February HR Pulse Results
Which HRIS/HRMS do you currently use at your company?
Responses: ADP, Lawson and Kronos
March HR Pulse Question
While listening to an engagement podcast on CUES featuring Jen Kuhn, CEO of ServiStar Consulting, she reminded the listeners about "Catching People Doing It Right."
Right-to-work laws are being hotly contested in many states. Union advocates argue that employees who work in unionized workplaces should have to share the cost of union representation. Nevertheless, since 2012, six new states have enacted right-to-work laws. In November 2018, despite being bitterly divided, the state Supreme Court upheld Kentucky’s right-to-work law by a 4-3 vote, making Kentucky the 27th state in the country to have a right-to-work law on its books.