Implementing Paid Leave Oregon

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The benefits are managed through the state, so there isn’t much to administer as an employer. But it’s important to understand the basics.

Strategies to Diversify Your Office

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Make sure your website and job postings are compelling, invite candidates from different backgrounds to apply, and include what work you’ve done toward creating a more equitable and inclusive office.

Effective Performance Reviews

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One big thing to consider, if you haven’t already, is decoupling your performance reviews from compensation reviews.

How to Onboard a New Employee

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Onboarding is the first impression after hiring; it has a big impact on whether a new employee stays with the company.

How to Stop Employee Turnover

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We often advise clients to see early career roles as growth pipelines, where you can promote from within, even if you’ll eventually have to refill them.

Rethink the Employee Handbook

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While there are some policies that will make it in every handbook, like anti-discrimination and paid time off, what you choose to include — and the language you choose to use — can make it relevant and supportive of your team.

Is Your PTO Competitive?

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Whether your PTO is considered competitive is going to depend on a number of factors, including company size, level of the role you’re hiring for, and geographic location.

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