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Quiet Quitting: What Does it Have to Do with Employee Engagement?

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By now, you’ve probably heard the term “quiet quitting.” If you’re anything like me, it’s been hard to avoid hearing about quiet quitting over the past month – stories about the workplace trend have been all over LinkedIn, NPR, the Economist, and the Wall Street Journal. There is even a Wikipedia page about it.

Balancing Your Workforce Strategy with Versatile Employees

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Hybrid cars are not the only newest fad—so are hybrid jobs, especially in small to mid-sized businesses. A hybrid job is when an employee is expected to spend a portion of their day or week performing duties that aren’t traditionally included in their primary job. For example, an employee might spend 50% of their...
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With the Legalization of Medical and Recreational Marijuana, Is Zero Tolerance Still Realistic for Employers?

It has been ten years since Washington voters approved I-502, legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in the state. Oregon voters followed suit and legalized recreational use in 2014. Despite legalization at the state level, marijuana’s continued unlawfulness under federal law has caused many employers to...
Get to know Tasha Darling

Get to Know Tasha Darling, Archbright’s Director of HR Consulting

Tasha Darling is Archbright’s Director of HR Consulting. She works with members to strategize, innovate, and implement HR solutions and provide advice, consultation, and support on various HR issues. Tasha joined Archbright in 2018 with 21 years of HR leadership experience in various industries. We sat down with her...
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