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5 tips for delivering difficult pieces of employee feedback (A Top 10 Blog Post in 2014)

Ceridian

From employee engagement to the Affordable Care Act, there were a number of trending HR topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting each of the Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2014. Recruitment & Talent Management employee feedback HR Trends Human resources performance review

Are We Just Getting Too Smart For Our Own Good?

TLNT: The Business of HR

Galbadon’s quip caused me to recollect how I once foolishly chided a manager for including “intelligent” in her job posting, because what’s the point of requesting a smart candidate? I read a quote the other day that reminded me that being dumb has never been so unpopular.

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Top 3 HR trends for 2016

Achievers

In 2016, look for organizations to tighten their focus on people management, from building an inclusive company culture to increasing employee engagement. HR trends to watch for 2016 include these three hot topics: 1. Revamped performance management processes.

The One Thing That HR Really Wants For Christmas

TLNT: The Business of HR

I could have titled this “ The One Thing HR Wants for the Holidays, ” or “ The One Thing HR Wants for Chanukah ,” but I didn’t because the majority of people here celebrate Christmas , so I used Christmas.

Hiring Wisdom: Do You Believe These Lies About the “New” World of Work?

TLNT: The Business of HR

As for the old rule here, employer-provided medical care was available to 86 percent of full-time private industry workers in the United States in March 2014. This was originally published on Mel Kleiman’s Humetrics blog.

Taking Initiative: It’s the Sign of a Heathy, and Highly Engaged, Workforce

TLNT: The Business of HR

For 2014, the engagement figures stand at 31.5 While things continue to improve, it hasn’t been that long since the Great Recession and the prior “Autocrat Era,” as I think of it, when many managers seemed to view a job as a privilege.

Most Important Developments In HR This Year

GetFive

As 2020 approaches, we at GetFive are looking back at the year that was, through the lens of HR. Events of 2019 Shook Companies To Their Core – HR Was Right In The Middle. But that just affected HR and the employees who got to learn at their desks instead of in a classroom.

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ICYMI: 3 Companies Using Big Data to Change the Recruiting Game

Cornerstone On Demand

In the constant, fast-paced news cycle of today, we know it gets difficult to catch every HR trend, tip and thought sent your way. Read below to stay in the loop – and check out the rest of our blog for more insights into the future of work. Talent Community.

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