Category Archives: Compliance

Compliance updates April 2024

Special Announcement: Compliance Updates for Employers

As your trusted HR partners, we strive to keep you informed about critical updates that affect your workforce. We want to draw your attention to the recent implementation of new labor laws that have significant implications for your organization. These changes not only impact your employees and bottom line, but also pose additional administrative burdensRead More

Permitless Concealed Carry

Louisiana Employers & Permitless Concealed Carry: What Employers Need to Know

After Louisiana’s recent enactment of permitless carry legislation, employers face the challenge of adjusting to a new landscape where individuals aged 18 and above can legally carry concealed handguns without a permit. Effective July 4, this law mandates that employers must grasp the intricacies of the legislation and devise careful strategies to maintain workplace securityRead More

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The Importance of Management Training

In the ever-evolving landscape of today’s business world, effective management and human resources skills are essential for achieving organizational success. Managers play a pivotal role in shaping company culture, fostering employee engagement, and driving productivity. However, being a manager is not merely about overseeing tasks;Read More

HR NOLA – New Orleans Face of Human Resources

HR NOLA’s services extend nationwide and across multiple industries. The company’s leadership team holds various accelerated degrees and HR certifications with over 100 combined years of hands-on human resources and operations experience.Read More

HR Spring Cleaning Checklist

A checklist for HR professionals to ensure compliance, organization, and tips for how to avoid costly issues that can arise without HR maintenance.

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How To Manage Difficult Conversations At Work

Preparing in advance is the best way to help make sure that a difficult conversation goes as smoothly as possible. Sharing their best tips on handling difficult conversations are HR Business Partner, Belinda Dantin, and HR Generalist, Danielle Duvigneaud.

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HR 2025: Prepare now for new practices

Whether through times of crisis, pandemics, technology, legislative changes or the ever-evolving workforce, what has always worked in the past may not be effective (or legal) any longer.

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How To Boost Your Training and Development in a Virtual Environment

Due to COVID-19, many organizations are searching for ways to engage their newly virtual employees while still maintaining or upgrading their skillsets. It’s always important to remember basic instructional design principles when developing learning content, but when you’re producing a virtual training event, the implementation phase requires additional time and effort to ensure a positive learning experience for both the instructor and the participants.

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