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Saying goodbye responsibly

April 06, 2020

Regardless of your organization’s rationale for providing outplacement services, how you do it and for whom matters more at this point in history than at any other time. In this article, explore 4 key considerations. Read now.

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Don’t get left in the dust – Join Mercer’s 2020 NA Mining Survey today

April 03, 2020

Change has been on the horizon for the mining industry for a while now. Beyond the increasing number of retiring workers, mining companies have gradually adopted technology to improve data and safety. These two factors have been slowly transforming the work as well as the workers required. Read on to hear about the challenges and solutions in the mining industry.

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COVID-19 Update: Handling mobility issues

March 23, 2020

Global Mobility teams have been front and center dealing with the COVID-19 developments around the world. Companies are striving to keep assignees safe while complying with corporate policies that are changing daily. At Mercer, we have been in ongoing conversations with our clients, discussing a variety of issues flowing from the COVID-19 outbreak, which affect global mobility programs.

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Pulsing with a purpose: 5 considerations for effective employee engagement surveys

March 23, 2020

Pulse surveys can provide critical insights on an ongoing basis to help shape effective employee policies — but only if conducted correctly. Poorly designed pulse surveys can actually have the opposite effect: they’ll drag down morale and hinder productivity. Start pulsing with a purpose by asking yourself these five questions.

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Preparing for a possible pandemic: four things leaders and managers can do now

March 16, 2020

For leaders and managers in many organizations, the coronavirus outbreak is raising questions and concerns. What’s the best way to help employees during a global health crisis? Based on research from various fields—including crisis management, workplace wellness, and organizational leadership – here are four steps to consider.

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Global Mobility in the midst of COVID-19

March 13, 2020

The most recent and ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak highlights the need for companies to have a clear plan in place with identified triggers to set it in motion, particularly companies with employees living and working outside of their home country. Here are some resources to help you think through your approach.

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Crafting your remote work policy: pros and cons of the virtual work revolution

March 08, 2020

More and more workers today are looking for the option to work remotely. With the help of modern technology, it’s a perfectly realistic option for many. Offering virtual work opportunities could be an attractive strategy for you as an HR professional, but it’s not ideal for every situation. Are you ready to start developing your virtual work policy?

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