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Top 3 Paycom Blog Posts of January 2019

By

Joel Richardson

| Feb 1, 2019

The first month of a new year marks a time of resolutions in personal and professional lives. As HR professionals, you strive to be productive, advance your industry and create a safe, respectful workspace. To that end, Paycom’s blog can help employees and employers begin making positive changes.

Check out our three most-read blog posts in January.

3. Sleep Well, Work Better: 3 Reasons Employers Should Prioritize a Good Night’s Rest

Employee suffering the adverse affects of lack of sleep.

Although sleep is often viewed as something that can be reduced in order to get more work done, sleep deficits can reduce productivity — a concern for both employees and employers.  Learn more about how to prioritize sleep within your workforce.

Original post: Sleep Well, Work Better: 3 Reasons Employers Should Prioritize a Good Night’s Rest

2. 4 Things Millennials Should Do to Enhance Their Leadership Skills

Two millennials discussing crucial leadership skills.

As baby boomers retire, more leadership positions become available to younger professionals. Employers, however, can be hesitant to hire millennials for these roles. Learn how to improve your leadership skills and demonstrate your readiness for additional responsibility.

Original post: 4 Things Millennials Should Do to Enhance their Leadership Skills

1. New York City Recognizes Third Gender Option on Birth Certificates

New York City Recognizes Third Gender Option on Birth Certificates

Individuals in the Big Apple can now choose a nonbinary gender option on birth certificates and more easily request a correction to their sex designation. Discover more details about this new option, how it can affect employers and best practices for the workplace.

Original post: New York City Recognizes Third Gender Option on Birth Certificates

Check out our blog for more great posts from January 2019!

About the Author

Joel Richardson

Joel Richardson, communications specialist for Paycom, has a background in research, brand management, and digital and social media strategy for businesses nationwide. He was featured in Forbes for his research on Generation Z and was a 2018 finalist for Oklahoma City Ad Club’s Young Advertising Professional of the Year. Richardson serves on the club’s board of directors and its 2018-2019 ADDYs committee. He graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a bachelor’s in strategic communications.

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