Your Company Needs an Engagement Strategy

HR Bartender

Employee engagement is a clear example. It’s not because they don’t want engaged employees. Well, employee engagement brings results to the bottom-line in several ways: Engaged employees are less likely to leave the organization.

The Importance of Analytical Thinking Ability in HR

Something Different

Said competencies (along with the nature of HRG/employee relations roles) tend to position talented HR pros well to facilitate cross-functional dialogues between leaders and individual contributors alike.

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Why the Future of HR Looks Bright for New Grads

Cornerstone On Demand

Even tiny start-ups without the critical employee mass to hire a full-time HR person use third-party providers, meaning job opportunities abound in agencies as well as in individual businesses. 2) Employee Relations. ● 5) Employee Benefits. ●

Deloitte’s HR Wake Up Call

China Gorman

Deloitte recently released its 2015 Global Human Capital Trends report, their annual comprehensive study of HR, leadership, and talent challenges compiled using data from surveys and interviews taken by 3,300+ HR and business leaders in 106 countries around the world.

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Using people analytics to improve health care performance

Bersin with Deloitte

Health care providers tend to lag other industries in the adoption of new business processes and technologies, and we find this to be consistent in the industry’s use of big data and analytics to improve organization performance. Related links. percent in 2015.

HR Project Management: The Ultimate Guide

UpstartHR

Scenario : Your company has been growing and is ready for a new HRIS to help maintain employee records and facilitate some of the HR processes that occur. Manage and coordinate HR-related project activity resulting from business unit acquisitions.

The Difference Between Being a Generalist and a Strategic HRBP

Something Different

It’s more than generating reports – its prescriptive analytics. It isn’t just firefighting employee relations issues – it’s raising the water level around living a company’s values – rewarding those that do.

Deloitte’s HR Wake Up Call

China Gorman

This is a re-post of one of the most popular Data Point Tuesdays in 2015. Building Leadership ranks as the #2 talent issue for 2015, with close to 9 out of 10 respondents citing the issue as “important” or “very important.”

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Rising expectations

HR Times

Posted by Gautam Shah on September 9, 2015. Related links. The intuitive nature of cloud solutions has enabled direct access and self-service among users, transferring many basic transactions from HRSS to employees and managers.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

People Quality Makes For Picture Perfect Business

TalentCulture

These systems supply companies with data on everything employee-related, from general demographic information like date of birth to candidate sourcing channels and from compensation and benefits history to employee performance ratings.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

These business-integrated HR functions do spend more than their less mature counterparts - $4,434 per employee, on average, as compared with just $2,112 among compliance-driven HR functions. For more information, see Human Capital Trends 2015 and HR Factbook 2015

Are You Considering A Career In Human Resources?

TalentCulture

Before I started my career in Human Resources , I had a perception that the HR lady sat behind a desk the entire day, listening to people complain about problems at work, pushing a box of tissues across the table to emotional employees and dispensing motherly advice. Employee Benefits.

#Employee Feedback Is The Killer App #HR

TalentHQ

A new market has emerged: Employee feedback apps for the corporate marketplace. As the economy grows and the job market gets hotter, employee engagement and retention have become a top priority. Why is there such a wide variation in employee engagement and retention?

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Workday Community Voices: Q&A with Bruce O’Neel, Vice President of Total Rewards and HR Operations, CSG International

Workday

HR can often be seen as a very tactical part of the business, processing payroll and bonuses, hiring staff, and dealing with employee relations. Leading a team is more than just a professional obligation; employees want to know you genuinely care about them holistically.

Here's why CEOs shouldn’t read performance reviews

Compensation Today

Crystal Spraggins, SPHR I have no idea what it’s like to start and then grow a company to the point of needing your first, and then your tenth, and then your hundredth employee. Be the go-to employee relations guru Generally speaking, the more people the more complex the people issues.

Are We Ready For the “Future of Work?”  #SHRM15

Women of HR

It’s been just over a week since the 2015 SHRM Annual Conference wrapped up. What about retail and healthcare, where it’s absolutely necessary to have certain employees onsite at specific times? Moving forward, no matter what type of industry we work in, as HR pros we will continue to think bigger…about who constitutes our workforces, what they desire out of an employer/employee relationship, and how we sync that up with what our business needs require. .

7 Reasons Why it is a Great Time to be in Human Resources!

NCHRA

There are awesome predictive models for accelerating hiring, improving selection reliability, leadership, performance management, the success of mergers and acquisitions, and increasing employee engagement, to name a few! By Victor Assad - Strategic Human Resources Consultant.

The Top 27 Talent Management Resources

Capterra

Or really anyone in charge of hiring, training, and monitoring the performance of some or all of your employees. Both magazines cover news and editorial content related to the internet recruiting industry.

Great company cultures – Not just for big companies like Google

NCHRA

A particular distinction he makes regards differences between treating employees like machines verses owners. For Google, it has worked quite well to create a culture of high freedom and creativity treating employees like owners. During that time the staff grew 40% to 260 employees.

WIRTW #387 (the “most messed up” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Know when to fold “’em.” — via Employment & the Law Social Media & Workplace Technology We Say We Want Privacy Online, But Our Actions Say Otherwise — via Harvard Business Review Employee Fired for Facebook Selfie — via Currents Can You Fire an Employee Based on a Friend’s Facebook Posts? —

How payroll can you help you find superstar performers in the workplace

Sage HRMS

With workforce analytics, you can now find your star performers and keep hold of them. Find out how Return on Employee Investment can help you find rockstar employees by tuning into our latest webcast. January 2015.

What Will HR Look Like in 2021?

Namely

Data Matters More Than Ever The future continues to look bright for HR analytics. Data and analytics” was voted the top trend to keep an eye on in 2018, beating out “AI and automation,” “design thinking,” and “Blockchain.” Over 75 percent of respondents believed that analytics would either make a substantial impact or be “revolutionary” for their organizations in the coming years. What does the future hold for HR?

HR News Beat: Google spends to close pay gap

MapHR

The tech company reviewed 89% of its workforce and found pay differences for 228 employees. The Labor Department and former employees filed a class action lawsuit over the pay gap. Merritt joined Healogics in 2015 as Vice President, Learning and Development.

Can Emoji Help Improve Workplace Engagement?

HR Daily Advisor

In fact, Appboy’s analytics shows that the number of emoji used in social campaigns has increased 777% year-over-year from 2015 to 2016. Capturing Employee Sentiment with Emoji. Annual engagement surveys often posed a challenge to obtaining the truth about employee sentiment.

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Will HR Close the Great Divide?

NCHRA

One only has to look at the current number of mobile devices, the number of tweets conducted daily, or the growth in cloud-based companies ($77B in 2010, $181B in 2015 via Gartner ), to see the speed at which large companies are being disrupted by more nimble upstarts.