The Cost of Abrasive Personalities

We’ve all worked with an office jerk. They interrupt others in meetings, make snide comments in the break room, and order others around even if...

Dynamics of Telecommuting

The Net was a 1995 movie starring Sandra Bullock as a woman working out of her home in Los Angeles for a company located in...

Good News for Employer Retirement Plans

The IRS issued new rules effective April 29, 2019. Revenue Procedure 2019-19 expands the use of the agency’s amnesty-type programs for employer plan sponsors. Employers...

Economic Perspective

Employers Council has prepared this Economic Perspective summary to assist the decision-makers of member organizations. The economic data contained in these charts represent a summary...

Survey News

Summer is the Kick-Off of Industry Surveys Look for the following survey questionnaires in the coming months: Financial Services/Trust Compensation Housing Authority/Property Management Compensation Senior Services...

Recruiting Strategies that Work

All over the country, organizations are struggling to find the talent that they want and need. According to the 2018 Jobvite Recruiting Benchmark Report, record unemployment,...

Ball Corporation Leads the Way in Diversity and Inclusion

Forbes has named Ball Corporation the number-one company for Diversity and Inclusion in its annual ranking of the best employers for diversity. I spoke with Ball Corporation’s Charles Johnson,...

Leave-Sharing Programs

One of the greatest aspects of human nature is the willingness to help others in times of need. We see it time and time again:...