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Restaurants: an easy target for lawsuits

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Running a restaurant has always been tough and compliance with ever-changing laws has been challenging. In fact, activities related to compliance are often overshadowed by daily operational challenges – the key to survival.

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Managing Beyond Talent

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Think about a company. Its purpose is to make money and help the owners and investors execute the vision. It is definitely not a company’s purpose to employ people. People are a tool, not a goal.

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Laws Of Modern Design

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The year is 2016 and companies are still talking about mobile. Yes, mobile is important. Yes, it’s functional. Yes, it needs to be done. But it’s old news. Smart phones are now 10 years old and tablets will soon reach the age of dinosaurs in technology years.

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Welcome to Workforce 2.0

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Welcome to the new workforce. They are mobile. They don’t want to see PCs. They are virtual. They expect technology to let them work the same way they would in the office. They still want to get involved and feel in on things, but they don’t need to see your physical eyes to perform.

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The Informed Rewards Leader: Driving Adoption and Evaluating Your Benefits Structure

Speaker: Gretchen Jorbin - Director of Total Rewards at Human Interest

Join total rewards expert Gretchen Jorbin for an insightful discussion on how to help your organization and its employees make the best benefits decisions.

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Four Ways Nonprofits Can Sustain Growth For Years To Come

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Nonprofits are one of the most growing industries in the US today. Many believe that this has to do with the rise of millennials joining the workforce and having the need to work for a “bigger cause” and “make a difference”.

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Six Ways to know if you should change your HRMS

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A Human Resource Management System is a key part of any organization. With the ability to automate many HR and operational functions such as recruiting, onboarding, time and attendance, scheduling and performance management, many businesses have already integrated a system into their workflows.

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HR Software: When is a good time to buy?

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Human Resource Management Systems are powerful tools that help organizations manage employee records, select and recruit candidates, improve accuracy with time and attendance and take back control of scheduling.

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How HR Can Build A Stronger Workforce Within The Construction Industry

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Construction workers are usually well-prepared to do their jobs. Yet, employers often find that they are not getting the optimal level of performance from them.

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Four HR Challenges That Can Be Solved In The Retail Industry

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The retail industry is constantly changing. From the e-commerce revolution to the rapid increase in competitors such as Walmart and Amazon, retail has become one of the fastest changing sectors in the world.

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Being Mindful of Menopause To Create a Truly Inclusive Benefits Strategy

Speaker: Andrea Wuchiski - Senior Account Executive, Mid-Market Sales

Join this webinar to find out how employers can encourage open acknowledgment of and respect for employees' menopausal experiences while also being considerate of employee privacy.

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Restaurants: an easy target for lawsuits

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Running a restaurant has always been tough and compliance with ever-changing laws has been challenging. In fact, activities related to compliance are often overshadowed by daily operational challenges – the key to survival. And even when compliance does receive enough attention, the restaurant faces lots of gotchas, ways for employees and lawyers to exploit the system. This made restaurants an easy target.

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6 Ways an HR System Can Help The Traditional Hospitality Industry Gain A Competitive Edge

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Technology advancements within the last decade have brought huge competition within the hospitality industry. With companies such as Airbnb and HomeAway, a new mainstream threat has been placed on hospitality and the traditional getaway experience. These companies that advertise vacation home rentals are beginning to take over the market, forcing hotels to lower their nightly rates and ultimately losing money throughout the year.

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4 HR Challenges That Can Be Improved Upon In The Retail Industry

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The retail industry is constantly changing. From the e-commerce revolution to the rapid increase in competitors such as Walmart and Amazon, retail has become one of the fastest growing sectors in the world. When it comes to retail, everything begins and ends with the customer experience, and yet many corporations are still struggling to develop their business processes around the customer journey.

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6 Ways to know if you should change your HRMS

Workuments

A Human Resource Management System is a key part of any organization. With the ability to handle many business functions including: recruiting, onboarding, time and attendance, scheduling and performance management, many businesses have already integrated a system into their workflows.

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Guide: Your Talent Acquisition Roadmap for 2023

Updated with the latest labor market data for 2023, our popular annual roadmap offers a look at this new era of recovery recruiting. In it, we explore the seasonal cycles of TA and offer strategies to ensure competitive victory in hiring year-round.

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4 Ways Non-Profits Can Sustain Growth For Years To Come

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Non-profits are one of the most fastest growing industries in the US today. Many believe that this has to do with the rise of millennials joining the workforce and having the need to work for a “bigger cause” and “make a difference”. Regardless of the reason, there are many things that should be celebrated about this new interest in the non-profit sector such as more attention to important missions and more resources available than before.

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5 Ways HR Can Help The Public Sector Reach Their Organizational Goals

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Over the past 35 years, we have seen an emergence of new connections within what was once referred to as public service. While public service meant working for the government, the new public sector focuses on tackling issues involved with multiple organizations such as non-profits, medical institutions and universities.

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Core Hr: Is Your Organization Ready?

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Human Resource Management Systems are powerful tools that help organizations manage employee records, select and recruit candidates from talent pools, improve accuracy with time and attendance and take back control of scheduling. But even with these benefits many organizations have yet to invest in an automated HR software because they simply don’t know when the time is right.

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How HR Can Build A Stronger Workforce Within The Construction Industry

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Construction workers are trained to be prepared for unexpected challenges or problems on the job. They have been instructed on what to do if certain events occur that includes: who to call, the degrees of importance and what to do until help arrives. But what about the construction company itself? Have they made a strategy for their entire company on what to do for the business when certain challenges arise?

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Onboarding Retrospective - A Different Path to Better Onboarding Experiences

Speaker: Carrie Missele - Practice Lead, Learning and Development at Inspirant Group

In this webinar, Carrie Missele will walk you through the process of developing an effective onboarding program that leads to a happy a happy new hire!

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Workforce 2.0

Workuments

Welcome to the new workforce. They are mobile. They don’t want to see PCs. They are virtual. They expect technology to let them work the same way they would in the office. They still want to get involved and feel in on things, but they don’t need to see your physical eyes to perform. They are social. They break privacy barriers and share what they had for lunch with everyone in the world. They look at loyalty to their employer differently. They demand more.

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Laws Of Modern Design

Workuments

The year is 2016 and companies are still talking about mobile. Yes, mobile is important. Yes, it’s functional. Yes, it needs to be done. But it’s old news. Smart phones are now 10 years old and tablets will soon reach the age of dinosaurs in technology years. Companies that still stress about mobile won’t be here tomorrow because they spend too much time thinking about today. In fact, many of these companies have a lot of catch up to do to even meet today’s requirements.

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Managing Beyond Talent

Workuments

Think about a company. Its purpose is to make money and help the owners and investors execute the vision. It is definitely not a company’s purpose to employ people. People are a tool, not a goal. Just like company owners buy technology to perform certain tasks, they “buy” people to execute tasks technology can’t. Every department in the company is there to help the company achieve its financial goals.