Catherine Tansey

Catherine Tansey

Catherine is a freelance writer based in Oaxaca. She writes about human capital trends, emerging tech, and the future of work. When she’s not writing, Catherine’s evangelizing remote work and improving her Spanish. Like many New Englanders, her first job was at a local Dunkin’ Donuts.

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Advice From Small Businesses Who Have Returned to Workplaces

Hear from small business owners around the country on what the return to their workplace has been like — and what they would’ve done differently.

Can Small Businesses Ask Customers for Proof of Vaccination or Require a Vaccine Passport?

Requiring proof of vaccination may be legal in your state, but consider these points before making a decision.

An HR Manager’s Guide to Planning a Return to the Office

Here’s how to prepare a safe return to the office, and address your employees' questions and concerns.

How to Prepare Your Employees for a Post-COVID Return to the Workplace

Returning to work post-pandemic can affect your staff's physical and mental wellbeing. Here's how to support your employees as they transition back to in-person working.

COVID-19 Vaccination Policies for Your Workplace [Free Template]

Whether your business is requiring employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine — or just encouraging them to get it — we have policy templates for you.

Recruiting Burned Out Candidates: A Guide To Pandemic Hiring

People are leaving toxic workplaces due to employee burnout. Here’s how recruiters can scoop up top talent.

Are Unemployment Benefits Making Hiring Impossible? 4 Tips to Attract Employees

Here's how small business owners can find workers, even while unemployment benefits are high.

[Free Template] COVID-19 Return to Office Memo for HR

Use this free template to welcome back employees to the office after COVID-19

2021 Workplace Changes Under the Biden Administration

Learn about some legislative changes that may be coming in 2021.

PPP Audit Notice? Here’s How to Prepare for a Paycheck Protection Program Audit

Audits are part of a necessary SBA process, so don’t panic if your business gets selected for one.