Mental health in the workplace is sometimes overlooked, though it affects how employees approach their day-to-day tasks. Many factors, including workload, relationships, or home life could influence an employee’s mental health, in turn influencing how they feel about work! Supporting mental health in the workplace isn’t always clear cut… that’s what we’re here for! Since May is Mental Health Month, we’d like to provide you with some guidance on why supporting mental health is crucial to improving wellness in the workplace!
Access to employees’ sensitive personal medical information is a reality for employers covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). This is due to the fact that it's a best practice for leave administrators to request medical certification in order to process a leave case.
A common problem that leave and FMLA managers face is knowing when it's okay to communicate with an employee on leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). When an employee is out on leave, it’s quite likely that questions will arise: where is that file they were working on? Who is the appropriate contact for the XYZ contract? Though it may be tempting to send an email or text to communicate with an employee on FMLA, think twice before you act!
It’s no secret that employers strive to boost productivity. Among the numerous ways to increase productivity, there are some which are a win-win for both employers and employees. We’ve gathered 4 of the easiest methods for you to maximize productivity in your organization, while also motivating your employees!