The FirstPerson Blog

How to Optimize Your Health Screening Results

Posted by Mechelle Meadows

March 4, 2015

Do you currently provide an annual employee health screening through your company? You may fit into one of the following scenarios:

Scenario #1: You have never entertained the idea of implementing a screening program. You assume that some employees have a relationship with their personal doctor, but you can also imagine that other employees are walking around in the dark about their health status.

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Topics: Wellness

Generational Evolution in the Workplace

Posted by Mike Bensi

March 3, 2015

I’m not the biggest fan of generational labels or stereotypes. Perhaps that’s because I could be considered a late Gen X’er while others would view me as an older Millennial.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Culture

Positive Minds Create Positive Work Culture

Posted by Michelle Jenkins

February 27, 2015

Management is always talking about a “positive work culture.” From how to create it to how to keep it, work culture is quickly becoming an asset rather than an idea. When looking for a job, you now ask about the culture, not just the salary and benefits. But as an employee who’s already immersed in your company’s culture, what’s your part in all of this?

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Topics: Culture

Compliance 101: Plans and Forms Defined

Posted by Kelly Vance

February 23, 2015

While the Affordable Care Act (ACA) gets most of the attention these days, there are other compliance requirements that have remained steady over the years. For employers who have experienced growth, it is important to revisit these requirements to ensure you remain in compliance or implement changes to become compliant.

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Topics: Compliance

How to Address Employee Mistakes without Crushing Innovation

Posted by Deb Hunter

February 19, 2015

One of the biggest challenges leaders of organizations face is how to address employee mistakes without crushing their ability to innovate and be creative. Thinking about the consequences of a mistake can incite feelings of disappointment or even anger in the leader overseeing the employee, but venting these emotions is unlikely to do anything to improve performance.

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Topics: Human Resources, Employee Engagement