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Postcard from the Future: A CHRO in 2021

Workday

Imagine someone who leads a high-impact HR organization in the year 2021: The CHRO—or perhaps her title is Chief Employee Experience Officer or Chief People Officer—connects to an earnings call to help the CEO explain how new people programs drove the latest uptick in profitability. The post Postcard from the Future: A CHRO in 2021 appeared first on Workday Blog. We often talk about the future, but how often do we describe it? The HR executive then enters a virtual-reality conference room in Tokyo for a U.S. press briefing. Skills Required of the Future CHRO. Back to the Future.

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EEOC to Ratchet Up Scrutiny of Gig Economy Employers

TLNT: The Business of HR

This week the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission approved an updated Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP) for fiscal years 2017–2021, setting out its priorities and strategies for the near term. The SEP builds on a prior plan issued in December 2012, which guided EEOC activity for the past four years.

Sacramento Passes Local Minimum Wage Ordinance

HRWatchdog

2021: Annual adjustments for inflation. Minimum wage in Sacramento would increase to $12.50/hour by 2020. Last week, the Sacramento City Counci l passed a local minimum wage ordinance with the first increase scheduled for January 1, 2017. The proposed ordinance is not final until 30 days after it was passed to allow for a referendum period. 2018: $11/hour. 2019: $11.75/hour. Not a member?

Is Google Cardboard the Future of Onboarding?

Workology

It is on its way to becoming a $30 billion industry by 2021. Virtual reality is, well a reality, and becoming bigger every day. I think it has great potential as a tool for HR, as I have written before. One of the roadblocks to this happening was the cost of equipment — but Google has solved that for us. Google Cardboard. Different styles run from $15 to $40. VR Onboarding. Advantages.

EEOC issues 2017 enforcement plan: 6 areas it’s targeting next

HR Morning

The plan will dictate where the agency will focus its compliance enforcement efforts from 2017 through 2021. The EEOC just issued its second-ever Strategic Enforcement Plan. This is a big deal. Here’s why. . In other words, if the agency investigates or sues an employer, chances are it’ll be in one of the primary enforcement areas outlined in its new Strategic Enforcement Plan.

Paycor May Add Nearly 1,100 Ohio Jobs

Paycor

Paycor plans to double its workforce by 2021 as a result of faster-than-expected growth in the business. Part of that plan also calls for the Norwood-based human resources consulting and payroll software company to add 1,064 jobs in Ohio. "We "We’re setting our sights beyond where we are today. We’re considering many options because the growth has come." sales force. Click here.

New York’s New Paid Family Leave Program is Strongest in the Nation

FingerCheck

It will be fully implemented in 2021 at 67% average of an employee’s weekly wage, capped to 67% of the statewide average weekly wage. On Thursday, March 31st, it was announced that Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and New York legislative leaders had reached an agreement on the 2016-17 New York state budget just in time for the start of the fiscal year. Details of the program: .

End of 2016, Beginning of 2017 – Astronology® Looks Back on an Exciting Year in HR

Astron Solutions

In April of this year, we saw New York Governor Andrew Cuomo reveal plans to raise the minimum wage to $15 by 2021. We find ourselves again at the end of another year! Can you believe the 4th quarter of 2016 is coming to a close? Work Stoppage…to reappear again? In a September Astronology® , we discussed work stoppages and learned that they are not held often. We certainly hope not. Or off?

EEOC to Focus on “Holistic Prevention Programs” to Prevent Harassment.

Investipro

With the release of the EEOC Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP) for 2017 – 2021, it is time to take a look at your Complaint, Investigation and Prevention processes and procedures. The SEP outlines the EEOC’s principal areas of focus for the next four years. According to the plan, the EEOC will increase efforts to ensure that employers implement processes that will serve as a deterrent to violations. Will your current processes meet that requirement? To assess your prevention program, ask the following 7 questions: How often are your employees being trained? appeared first on InvestiPro.

Paid Time Off: Comparing Paid Family Leave Programs Around the World

FingerCheck

The paid leave is funded entirely through a nominal payroll deduction on employees, and upon full implementation in 2021 will provide 67% average of an employee’s weekly wage. . Even the most forward-thinking, organized professional knows that family needs meet no schedule. Life with babies, children, and dependents follow an uncharted course, and can be hectic to say the least.

Paid Family Leave: The New Trend?

HR Daily Advisor

When fully implemented in 2021, the law will entitle eligible employees to up to 12 weeks of leave paid at 67% of their average weekly wage. The seas of HR are filled with paid sick leave legislation at the state and federal level. In the wake of such changes, a new paid sick leave trend just might be emerging—paid family leave. Paid Family Leave in Other States. Is This a Trend?

The EEOC Enforcement Agenda

HRE's The Leader Board

This announcement comes just weeks after the EEOC unveiled its Strategic Enforcement Plan for fiscal years 2017 through 2021. Earlier this week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued its updated enforcement guidance on national origin discrimination. Yang, in a statement. Share on Facebook. Tweet. discrimination EEOC employment law

HEY HR FOODIES: Stop Dreaming About Opening a Restaurant - Here's Why.

The HR Capitalist

San Francisco will increase its minimum wage from the current $13 in July 2018, but Los Angeles will not reach $15 an hour until 2020 or 2021, depending on staff size. A bottle of white, a bottle of red Perhaps a bottle of rose instead We'll get a table near the street In our old familiar place. . You and I, face to face. Billy Joel. Why doesn't that work? You're probably not.

Digital Transformation Wins The Battle Vs. Complexity [VIDEO]

SAP Innovation

billion by 2021, up from $125 million in 2014. Complexity is one of the biggest challenges facing modern business. It slows companies down, costs them roughly 10% of their profits, and harms employee morale. 74% of companies believe business complexity hurts their ability to meet goals, but only 17% believe that current simplification efforts are effective. This is just the beginning.

EEOC reiterates its enforcement priorities for the next four years

Ohio Employer's Law

Earlier this week, the EEOC announced its updated Strategic Enforcement Plan for 2017 – 2021. So, what issues must employers have on their radar? From the EEOC’s press release : Eliminating barriers in recruitment and hiring. Protecting vulnerable workers, including immigrant and migrant workers, and underserved communities from discrimination. Ensuring equal pay protections for all workers.

New York Adopts Higher Salary Thresholds for Exempt Employees

HR Daily Advisor

1,125 per week ($58,500 per year) on December 31, 2021. by Charles H. Kaplan, Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. Employers in New York must increase the salaries of exempt executive and administrative employees by December 31 to meet the requirements of recently adopted regulations. The Labor Law requires a minimum salary for exempt professional employees. Large employers (11 or more employees).

Oregon’s Minimum-Wage Increase Seen as ‘Historic’

HRE's The Leader Board

July 1, 2021. In the ongoing saga of state-enacted minimum-wage increases in the United States ( here are our HREOnline ™ analyses and our HRE Daily posts on the subject), it seems we’ve reached a new plateau. According to this release from Littler , Oregon Gov. Kate Brown recently signed the first geographically-tiered minimum-wage hike in the country. Base Rate. July 1, 2016. 10.25.

The EEOC’s new priorities: 5 emerging workplace issues to watch

Insperity

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently released its Strategic Enforcement Plan through the year 2021, which outlines its priorities for the coming years. In this plan, one of the areas of focus is a grouping the agency refers to as “emerging and developing workplace issues” – an ever-evolving subject, which can be challenging to navigate. From qualification standards and inflexible leave to discriminatory practices, typically, these complaints parallel societal issues that are also gaining a bigger spotlight in the media. Qualification standards. Get more insight.

Living Longer, Better, Healthier – Thanks To Technology

SAP Innovation

By 2021, it’s predicted to hit $14.9 Some of the scariest words a person can hear from their physician are the words cancer or diabetes. In the case of diabetes, I can almost guarantee that every person reading this either has a family member with diabetes or knows someone who does. I am one of those people with type-1 diabetes (the more rare form of diabetes), which, along with type-2 diabetes, affects almost 30 million Americans. Through the Internet of Things! I can even share the blood sugar data from my sensor with my doctor and family over the Internet, through my cell phone.

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Could There be a Federal Ban the Box in the Future?

Aurico

2021 and H.R. On September 10, 2015, the Senate and House of Representatives introduced bills that would make it unlawful for federal contractors to request a job applicant, whether orally or in writing, to disclose criminal history record information before being offered employment. The bills, S. 3470 are pending and a first step towards the movement to ban the box on the federal level. If these bills pass the impact in their current form will be for federal employers and NOT private employers. Aurico will continue to monitor this movement and report any impactful updates.

Paid Family Leave: Is it the Next Paid Leave Trend?

HR Daily Advisor

When fully implemented in 2021, the law will entitle eligible employees to up to 12 weeks of leave paid at 67% of their average weekly wage. By Susan Schoenfeld, JD. As employers scramble to manage the recent onslaught of paid sick leave legislation in the states and locally, a new paid leave trend may be emerging—paid family leave. Read more. appeared first on HR Daily Advisor.

Week in Review: July 5 – 8, 2016

HR Daily Advisor

When fully implemented in 2021, the law will entitle eligible employees to up to 12 weeks of leave paid at 67% of their average weekly wage. Click through for the articles from the past week on the HR Daily Advisor. Worst Jobs of 2016. This year, we created our first survey, asking for readers’ opinions on which jobs they think are the best and worst. Continue reading this post here.

Bringing connected learning into the corporate environment

HR Times

In our vision of 2021, we picture transformed learning roles, including an education coordinator (EC) or a computerized virtual assistant that helps groom prospective candidates by providing relevant job-readiness skills. Posted by Dr. Preeta M. Banerjee on February 20, 2015. Companies that can consistently attract, develop, and keep high performers will likely be those that lead us forward. One of the most effective ways companies can do this will be to offer prospective employees not just a salary, but a unique development opportunity. Related links. Digital education 2.0. 5 Stacy K.

Election Results Beyond the Presidency: How Do Key State and Local Decisions Impact Compensation?

Compensation Today

Flagstaff has approved Proposition 414 increasing the city minimum wage to $15/hour by 2021. When’s the last time you earned $7.25/hour? That’s the federal minimum wage guaranteed by the Fair Labor Standards Act ( FLSA ). In Washington State, the minimum wage has been higher than the federally mandated level since January 2005. There were two main laws on the ballot for states this election.

California Agricultural and Domestic Workers Get New Overtime Rights

HR Daily Advisor

Beginning January 1, 2021: For an employer that employs more than 25 employees, any person employed in an agricultural occupation must be paid 11/2 times his or her regular rate of pay for working more than 81/2 hours in any 1 workday or more than 45 hours in any 1 workweek. By Susan Prince , JD, M.S.L., Legal Editor. Read more.

Employee Engagement in NHS Healthcare

Interact

With £22billion of efficiency savings to be achieved my 2021 as the NHS continues to action guidance outlined in the Five Year Forward View , change is extensive and ongoing. Deploying collaborative technologies to drive better staff engagement and improve patient outcomes. The UK healthcare system is defined by one key element: it’s people. David Astley O.B.E., Fewer medical errors.

Don’t Get Left Behind by New California Employment Laws

HR Daily Advisor

In 2020, overtime pay begins after 9 hours worked in 1 day, or 50 hours worked in 1 workweek; in 2021, overtime pay begins after 8½ hours worked in 1 day, or 45 hours worked in 1 workweek; and in 2022, overtime pay begins after 8 hours worked in 1 day, or 40 hours worked in 1 workweek. By Joel Kane, Sedgwick, LLP. Agricultural Workers: Wages and Hours. In September, Governor Edmund G.

A $15 California Minimum Wage?

HR Daily Advisor

One proposal that would raise the wage to $15 an hour by 2021 has qualified to be included on the ballot. Most California employers will see the state’s minimum wage reach $15 an hour by 2022 if reports of a deal in the state legislature materialize as expected. Some businesses and industries may be impacted more than others—how will the proposed wage increases affect your company? an hour.)

Terrorist Attacks - Are Your Employees Covered?

Compensation Cafe

The current law has been renamed Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (TRIPRA) and will be in effect until 2021. Unfortunately terrorist acts seem to be dominating the news recently, and some Compensation folks may be hearing this question from employees: “Would I be covered if I were affected?”. The short answer is “not necessarily.”. So what exactly is terrorism?