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non-compete agreements https://www.inc.com/suzanne-lucas/jimmy-john-s-abominable-non-compete-clause.html
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evil hr lady home surprise me 5 simple things the us should adopt from europe by evil hr lady on july 25, 2017 i’m an american who lives in europe—switzerland to be exact, and i’m home for a visit. i love europe and i love america, but both could use a bit of infusion from the other to make things better off. (and when i say europe, i want to acknowledge that there is no “european” culture or policy or procedure. each country is very different!) for instance, if switzerland could just adopt a bit of the attitude of customer service that american establishments have, that would make my heart sing. but, if the us could adopt these 5 things, they would make your hearts sing. 1. regular doors in public bathrooms. you know what we don’t worry about in switzerland? where transgender people use the bathroom. you know why? because bathroom stalls are equipped with full sized doors that have no weird gaps around the edges. you don’t have to peek under or peer through the crack to determine if anyone is in the stall–you know because when the door is locked, it shows red on the outside and when it’s empty, it’s green. it’s like magic. seriously, usa, can we adopt this one? to keep reading, click here: 5 simple things the us should adopt from europe { 10 comments } in japan, working from home is a government supported activity by evil hr lady on july 24, 2017 americans love to telecommute. 34 percent of americans work at least 4 days a week from home. only 4 percent of japanese work from home at least one day per week. the japanese government wants this to change. why? two big reasons: to increase productivity and to prepare for the influx of visitors for the 2020 summer olympics. quartz reports: the reasons behind the government’s push for telecommuting are also gaining urgency. japan has long had a productivity problem–its workers spend among the most hours in the office in the world but are not particularly productive(paywall). its workforce is also shrinking. but the recent death of an employee at japan’s largest advertising company allegedly due to overwork, and a grave childcare crisis, are putting more pressure on abe’s government to address corporate japan’s problems. to keep reading, click here: in japan, working from home is a government supported activity { 1 comment } deloitte says it’s time to end affinity groups by evil hr lady on july 21, 2017 does your company have a bunch of “affinity” groups? for instance, a women’s group, a gay group, or an african american group? lots of companies do. the idea is that if you bring people who share characteristics together they can help each other succeed. bloomsberg businessweek reports that deloitte is moving away from these affinity groups. with diversity progress stalling in parts of corporate america, deloitte is beginning to shift away from traditional approaches built around gender, race, or sexual orientation and instead working to get a broader buy-in, particularly from white males. after 24 years, win, the women’s initiative at deloitte, will end. over the next 18 months the company will also phase out globe, which supports gay employees, and groups focused solely on veterans or minority employees. in their place will be so-called inclusion councils that bring together a variety of viewpoints to work on diversity issues. to keep reading, click here: deloitte says it’s time to end affinity groups { 4 comments } homeland security issues new non-skilled visas to save maine from hiring local by evil hr lady on july 19, 2017 businesses in maine that operate in the summer tourism industry have a problem: not enough visas available to hire their summer staffs. so, horror of horrors, they are having to (gasp!) do things like increase salary, and changing schedules to attract local talent. makes me want to cry in the corner or something. poor businesses. okay, enough with the melodrama. it is tough for businesses that have relied on cheap foreign labor to suddenly have to pay market rates for local employees. the bangor daily news wrote, back in april: businesses in maine that rely on summer help are hoping that congress will come to the rescue. because of new limits on the seasonal worker visa program, restaurants, hotels and other tourist-centered operations are scrambling to find seasonal employees. until congress opens the door to more h-2b foreign workers, those businesses are finding ways to attract locals onto the payroll. they begged congress and got what they wanted: more visas. the department of homeland security just approved 15,000 new visas for low wage seasonal workers.was this the real solution or should maine and other states with high summer tourism employment needs have been forced to keep raising wages and benefits until they found us citizens and permanent residents to fill the jobs? to keep reading, click here: homeland security issues new non-skilled visas to save maine from hiring local { 10 comments } the feng shui of office designs by evil hr lady on july 18, 2017 office designs are often the last thing on a manager’s mind. you want the best people doing the best job, but does wall color or cubical height matter? can’t you just stick the new guy in the corner? it may be easier to just move into whatever space you’ve rented, but instead, you should stop and think. your office design may have a big impact on your employees. lighting how you light your office can impact how you and your employees work. marketing consultant, andrew jensen, advised companies to use as much natural light as possible. employees who work in natural light are happier and more productive, in addition to having fewer absences. to keep reading, click here: the feng shui of office designs note: i did not write the headline. this really has nothing to do with feng shui, so i don’t want any nasty comments about my feng shui incompetence. well, if they are funny, i want them. { 2 comments } have a great startup idea? don’t move to idaho. here’s why. by evil hr lady on july 17, 2017 in a free market, the company with the most to offer an employee gets the best employees. that’s fair. idaho just made it one of the hardest places to attract new talent. why? non-compete agreements. a non-compete agreement limits what someone can do after they leave a job. traditionally used only for executives, some companies have branched out and used them for everything from fast food cashier to salesperson to ceo. states vary with how enforceable non-competes are and how much they can limit a person’s future opportunities. in california, they are pretty much unenforceable, which has been great for silicon valley. idaho, which has a strong tech industry, made enforcing non-competes easier, which means bad news for employees. why? if your company has you trapped by a non-compete, they can underpay you or treat your poorly with the smug knowledge that you’re stuck. after all, a below market paycheck is better than no paycheck while you sit and wait for your non-compete to expire. to keep reading, click here: have a great startup idea? don’t move to idaho. here’s why. { 2 comments } 5 ways to approach open enrollment correctly by evil hr lady on july 14, 2017 your employees can only change their health insurance once a year during the open enrollment period, unless they have a qualifying life event, according to the balance. with this in mind, it’s important that they get it right when they make changes. what can you do to help your employees make the right decisions? here are five tasks to consider: 1. have an insurance broker present options the person who convinced you this is the best policy for your company is often the right person to explain the new plans. the insurance broker has answers on the tip of their tongue that you’d normally have to research. this can be a great kick-off for open enrollment. to keep reading, click here: 5 ways to approach open enrollment correctly { 5 comments } managing seasonal overtime: rallying your staff for the busy season by evil hr lady on july 13, 2017 organizations that have busy seasons can have significant seasonal overtime challenges. those challenges can include time management, filling shifts and compensating employees. when gearing up for a busy season, organizations are wise to anticipate obstacles and address them before they ramp up. who is eligible for overtime? in most states, employers only have to pay overtime when an employee works more than 40 hours in a week. in a few states though (california and nevada), overtime may kick in when an employee works more than eight hours in a single day. all non-exempt employees are eligible for overtime, but what about exempt employees? to keep reading, click here: managing seasonal overtime: rallying your staff for the busy season { 3 comments } cracking the trip advisor restaurant code by evil hr lady on july 12, 2017 some people travel to see sights. i travel to eat. and, since there is only a limited amount of meals you can eat on any given trip, if you want to make the most of those, you use online tools to help you find restaurants. tripadvisor is my favorite but sometimes the ratings can be pretty silly and flat out mysterious as to how other people drew such conclusions. so, my husband and i, in the interest of science, set out to crack the tripadvisor restaurant rating code by visiting almost all of the top 100 restaurants in our town (basel, switzerland). here’s what we found out, and hopefully it will be of help to you. check the language if you’re traveling outside of your home country, you’ll be tempted to read only reviews written in a language you understand–most likely english. the problem is, many english language reviews in non-english speaking countries are written by tourists. people like you who don’t know the local cuisine. they may say, “oh, this is a 5-star moroccan restaurant!” but frankly, this is the only moroccan restaurant they have been to, so their judgment is questionable. look at reviews written in the local language. you can interpret the stars, no problem and google translate can give you a pretty good picture of what the people said. to keep reading, click here: cracking the trip advisor restaurant code { 2 comments } vacation time for exempt employees by evil hr lady on july 11, 2017 i received the following email from a reader: all of our employees (exempt & non-exempt) receive vacation time. we have an issue with how some of our exempt employees report their vacation hours. if they answer (literally) an email or a phone call while on vacation, they consider that day a “working day” and do not use their vacation time. i can find a lot of information regarding deducting pay from an exempt employee, but not regarding deducting vacation time. your employees are acting like they’ve found the brilliant loophole of vacation time. spend 3 minutes every day reading an email and they never have to come into work again. brilliant! except, that’s not how this works. to keep reading, click here: vacation time for exempt employees { 0 comments } ← previous entries advertisements ​ archives archives select month july 2017 (18) june 2017 (36) may 2017 (22) april 2017 (16) march 2017 (31) february 2017 (23) january 2017 (23) december 2016 (20) 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