Welcome to “The Most Interesting HR Stories of the Week,” a weekly post that features talent insights and information from around the web to kick off your weekend. Here’s what’s of interest this week:
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Nearly 9 million people are not showing up for work due to Omicron. Staffing shortages were already plaguing organizations. This is not helping.
“Some factory workers who make meals at the family business describe an unforgiving workplace that pushes them past the point of injury.”
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“A conversation with the University of Baltimore’s Sarah Federman about meaningful ways to deal with a difficult history.”
“With Supreme Court ruling, Starbucks, General Electric, and Amtrak are among companies ending vaccine and testing requirements.”
“But before they shared the plan with the team, they ran it past their accountant, who said it was ‘the worst idea ever’ and told them not to do it.” The company has only 10 employees. Think this will work at larger orgs? Of course not! I’m not even sure it works at this company.
“So this is an enragingly dumb breach of basic manners and I need to know I’m not crazy. I’m technically in an executive role but I don’t have authority over people, just finances, but I was told I should have ‘acted like a better manager’ during this whole fracas.”
“The short answer is no. There is no reason for anybody to be on TikTok.”
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