What Millennials Really Want from Employers

TalentCulture

The post ’80s digital generation is more concerned with free time than work, demanding flexi-hours and remote working, they want to take longer holidays, they want better perks and bigger benefits, and so on. No one knows what millennials want better than the millennials themselves.

Creating Happier, Engaged Workplaces: A Conversation

TalentCulture

Sadly, feeling disconnected from our work is not a rarity — and for all the attention focused upon the issue, progress has eluded us. To solve the greater work-life-happiness dilemma, it is becoming clear that we need to implement swift, concrete changes in the way we work.

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

TLNT: The Business of HR

Except for the recent brouhaha about raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour, the business press routinely ignores the more than 60 percent of American workers who are hourly employees. The rules have changed. The old rule still rules.

A Brief Overview of Pay Equity History in the U.S.

HRsoft

The labor laws we know today are a culmination of changes which have taken shape throughout the last century. Certain specific federal and state legislative activities are in large part responsible for the way we approach compensation today. Pay Equity: 2014.

HR, Training and the ‘Gig’ Economy

HRExecutive

New survey data finds few organizations are investing in their employees’ training and development these days, and I’m beginning to think the “gig economy” may have something to do with it. For those companies that are providing training, only 35 percent are offering career development opportunities online. And, according Saba, the majority of employees (57 percent) are simply getting their training from “on the job” experience.

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Shifting for the Gig Economy

HRExecutive

Uber and Lyft have become synonymous with the gig economy, but ridesharing is far from the only industry ripe with opportunities for on-demand work. The Digital Demand. In today’s world, people literally want to choose by the day what they want to do,” Burgess says.

HCM Software Marketplace – A Look Back at 2016 and a Look Forward to 2017

HRchitect

The new year is a period for looking back and looking forward. We look back at what we have accomplished, and look forward to setting goals for the new year. 2016 was a very busy year in the HCM Software Marketplace. The HR Technology Conference and Exposition proved that the HCM Tech space, while mature in many areas, still has opportunities for growth and innovation. The acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft is significant for two reasons.