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The Existential Problem of Coonery

The Aristocracy of HR

000010000000 Let’s start by defining what a “coon” is. A “coon” is a black person who values what white people think of them more than they care to honor their culture and the suffrage of the racial group they identify with.

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Bobsledding Couple Looks to Bring Home Gold from PyeongChang Together in Latest #UltimateTeamMoment

Ultimate Software

Taking teamwork to another level, bobsledding pair and married couple, Elana Meyers Taylor and Nic Taylor, are on their ways to PyeongChang, going for gold in the 2018 Winter Olympics.

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How This Digital Agency Created a Global Culture of Performance

Reflektive

It’s no secret that the old performance management process is out. Ratings, annual reviews, and clunky software systems are no longer practical or functional for the modern organization.

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Understanding the Virtual Organizational Chart

DATIS

Change is exciting. Change can be scary. Let’s face it, change is a lot of work. As organizations continue to grow and add new employees the organizational landscape continues to change. We all have experienced it.

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The Complete Guide to Buying an Applicant Tracking System

With 200 + offerings in the market, choosing the right applicant tracking system can be a challenge. To help, we have developed a comprehensive buying guide highlighting what you should look for along each step of the decision process. Download the guide and ensure that the ATS you choose is the right fit for your organization.

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Respect in the Workplace Is Not a Generational Issue

Reflektive

What makes you feel respected at work? Being addressed as “sir” or “ma’am” by your colleagues? Getting credit for the ideas you contribute in meetings? Receiving recognition for a job well done? Today, many people say respect is a generational problem, and blame a specific generation, perhaps millennials , Generation Xers, or baby boomers of not treating others with respect.

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Restaurant Time & Attendance Tracking

nettime solutions

If you’re a restaurant owner, you may have opened shop because you have a love of food, or entertaining, or both. You also probably discovered—very quickly—that there was an administrative side to things that involved parts of the business you weren’t particularly fond of, like paperwork, and employment laws, and tracking time and attendance for your restaurant. Still you got by. The dining experience you created led to great reviews, which drove more diners in the doors.

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2018: The Evolution of HR

ClearCompany HRM

The way businesses operate has changed drastically in a very short amount of time, and many of us believe the rate and impact of these changes are only picking up steam.

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What Managers Must Know to Make Change Successful

Cornerstone On Demand

This article was originally published under Jeff Miller's column “The Science of Workplace Motivation" on Inc.com. I can remember everything about the moment I got laid off from my job at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf: "Unfortunately, your job has been eliminated," the person delivering the news told me. What I can't remember is anything she said after that. All I could think was, How am I going to pay my bills? Where will I go from here? How will I tell my wife?

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Are You Closing Candidates and Getting Them Onboarded Efficiently?

Once you choose a candidate to hire, the real work begins of trying to get them to accept your offer. And even if they do, you still need to get them onboarded efficiently. Are you doing a good job managing these steps? Take a 30-second assessment for a free evaluation of your job offer and onboarding processes.

5 Ways Employers Can Boost Candidate Retention

Get Hppy

Getting quality candidates to apply for your positions can sometimes feel like a job in itself.

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How to Make the Case for Continuous Performance Management

Reflektive

Performance reviews are going out of style. Adobe uses check-ins , J.P. Morgan launched real-time feedback, and Accenture led the way back in 2015, citing bad ROI as the determining factor for eliminating its ratings and annual review program in favor of continuous performance management. These innovative companies aren’t just leading the charge — they’re already posting results.

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Goal Setting & Tracking: Three Not-So-Obvious Benefits

HighGround

Today we are talking about goals. Researchers study them, businesses are judged by them and everyone sets them. They can be short term or long term, simple or complex, shared or private. Not only do goals give us something to work towards, but our professional success is defined in part by whether or not we reach them. If executed properly, goal setting is an important way employees and managers come together to create meaningful metrics that can then be used to measure performance.

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The role of mentors in L&D programs

Everwise

Learning and development programs are as varied as companies themselves, but there’s one feature that encompasses most of the effective talent management strategies: mentors. Across many industries, mentoring has been shown to produce solid business outcomes. When implementing or modifying your company’s L&D program, mentoring is one of the best ways to boost employee engagement, create strong leaders for your company and even keep turnover costs in check.

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Dice 2018 Tech Salary Report

Dice’s new Tech Salary Report is here. The skinny? While Cloud, Big Data and Process Management skills are driving the biggest pay increases, employers are also offering non-monetary motivators to attract and retain tech talent. Find out which skills and incentives are hot.

5 Ways to Empower Employees with Future Skills

Cornerstone On Demand

With the onset of artificial intelligence and automation, the demand for a highly-skilled workforce dedicated to continued learning is growing. Though these tech tools have vast capabilities, employees need specific skills in order to engage with this emerging technology effectively.

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How To Make A WOW! Culture That Astonishes People

Get Hppy

Satisfying your customers isn’t good enough in today’s competitive markets. Meeting their needs falls short of earning their loyalty and turns your business into a commodity where only Price is important.

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How Does AlliedUniversal Hire 90,000 Workers a Year? Referrals and PURPOSE [Podcast]

UpstartHR

How many people did your firm hire last year? 1,000? While it’s not a contest, there are lessons to be learned from organizations that hire more people, because they have the process down to a science. Today we’re going to hear from the head of hiring operations at AlliedUniversal, one of the largest security firms in the world. AlliedUniversal hires more than 90,000 workers per year and has some great lessons we can all learn from, such as hiring with purpose.

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Are Your Competitors Really Evil Villains? Lessons Learned from Despicable Me

EDSI

Benchmarking comes from the Six Sigma practice of continuous improvement. It compares one's business processes and performance metrics to industry bests and best practices from other companies. We should continuously ask who our competitors are and know the services they provide. We should ask, "How is what they do better than what we do," and "What can we learn from their expertise? Is there something that our company does that sets us completely apart from them?"

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7 Steps to Attract and Engage More Candidates

Want to improve the candidate experience of your job application and drive more candidates to apply? This guide covers: presentation of your careers page and jobs, length and complexity of your online application, application technology, and candidate acknowledgement.

Employee Access to Payroll Records – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

One of the departments that HR works closely with is payroll. In my career, I’ve had jobs where I was directly responsibility for payroll and in others, I wasn’t. Either way, HR and accounting need to partner so employees aren’t confused. Like in today’s reader note. I live in Ohio.

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Cartoon Coffee Break | Flu Season

Cornerstone On Demand

Editor's Note: This post is part of our " Cartoon Coffee Break " series. While we take talent management seriously, we also know it's important to have a good laugh. Check back every two weeks for a new ReWork cartoon. Header photo: Creative Commons Categories: Company Culture Article Tags: Company Culture

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How to Reach Generation Z: The Employers Guide to their Future Workforce

CakeHR

Millennials like me, who have been considered the ‘in’ generation for the past 15 years, are no longer the hot topic of future workforce change thanks to the newbies about to enter the job market – Generation Z. Generation Z has arrived. They are poised to change everything.

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How to Handle Wages When an Employee Dies

Justworks

The loss of an employee due to death is a difficult time for a business. Not only is it hard to lose a friend and colleague, but the business is faced with the need to hire and train a replacement, a loss of productivity, and potentially complicated legal issues. One of these issues involves how to properly handle any wages that are due to a deceased employee. There are several factors that determine whether or not the payment of that employee's wages are taxable, how the payments and.

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5 Key Aspects of Accurate Human Resource Management Systems Pricing

Simplify your software evaluation process with this free Human resource Management Systems software pricing guide! Don't let price confusion keep you from selecting the best HR software for your organization's needs. Download your free guide today!

Looking to Hire Fixed Ops Staff at Your Dealership? Partner with Technical Schools

Hireology

Fixed ops roles are among the most difficult positions to fill at any dealership. Between fewer young job seekers opting for dealership careers and Baby Boomer auto technicians retiring at a rapid rate, there is a shortage of quality talent on the market.

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Global Time and Gross Pay: Tackling the Global Payroll Problem (3/3)

Replicon

As businesses grow and expand beyond their initial locations, gain diverse employee types, and need to comply with varying labor laws, centralized payroll becomes a challenging issue with respect to driving growth.

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6 Ways to Make Your Job Posting Stand Out with SEO and SEM

Cornerstone On Demand

This post is the second in a two-part series on SEO and SEM tips for recruiters. Read the first piece here. For decades, posting a job opening was a relatively simple task­. All a recruiter had to do was share the job description across the appropriate channels and candidates came pouring in. Today, the competition for talent is fierce and writing content to advertise a job opening requires a lot more finesse.

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Shel Holtz & Friends Episode 9: Linking Communications Investment with Employee Improvements

SocialChorus

Shel Holtz has been speaking with leading employee communications professionals on communications data, content strategies, best practices, and more. This blog series, Shel Holtz & Friends, highlights some key takeaways from the interviews that you can apply to your organization.

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Timing Is Everything: 3 Tips for Mastering the “When” of Recruiting Tech Talent

Tech recruiters will face the same tough hiring conditions in 2018 that they grappled with in 2017. Improve your chances of success during the biggest recruiting season of the year by following these 3 timing tips from Dice. You’ll learn when candidates are looking – and the best times to reach them.

How to Write a Marketing Resume?

Corn on the Job

Marketing is all about presentation. It’s that main factor which acts as a magnet and attracts every other customer to buy a certain product. Generally, every business needs a marketing team to effectively advertise its products or services and steal the show from its competitors.

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State Offers Resources for Workplace Emergency Planning

HRWatchdog

Resources to help companies craft an Emergency Action Plan are available. The 2017 California wildfire season consisted of 9,133 fires that burned more than 1.3 million acres, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

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Peopletrail Appoints Todd Williams As Chief Revenue Officer

Peopletrail

SALT LAKE CITY (February 23, 2018) — Peopletrail, a leading background and consumer reporting agency, announced today that it has appointed Todd N. Williams as the company’s new Chief Revenue Officer.

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Dear ReWorker: Can I Send a Sick Employee Home?

Cornerstone On Demand

Dear ReWorker, I'm sick because one of my employees came to work with symptoms, and we work in close quarters. Now I have to use my vacation time to get well. Can I require someone to go home if they come in sick to prevent illness from spreading to other workers? Sincerely, Curbing Contagion __ Dear Curbing Contagion, Here is the short answer: Yes, you can require employees to go home if they come in sick. But your company has a bigger problem than the bug that's going around.

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The Goldilocks ATS Story

When your business is growing, choosing the right recruiting technology can be a challenge. How do we cut through the noise? We turn to fairy tales. Seriously. We use the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears to break down the applicant tracking system market.