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HR Trends 2018: What to Expect


For more HR trends to expect in 2018, don’t forget to reserve your spot for our ‘ HR Forecast: What to Expect in 2018 ‘ webinar on December 14th. 2017 was a huge year for HR departments around the country, with organizations prioritizing the well-being and satisfaction of their employees. Buzzwords like ‘culture’ and ‘engagement’ continuously made their way to the forefront of business discussions.

3 Employee Engagement and Recognition Predictions for 2017


Many of the emerging HR trends for 2017 are being driven by the millennial generation. Employee recognition software linked to a corporation’s values can help incentivize employees while aligning performance with personal goals and values.

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2017 HR Trends We’re Excited About Right Now


There’s a lot happening behind-the-scenes in HR departments. The new year can mean a fresh start and employees come back from the holiday break ready to reset their goals and make waves in their company and for their career. “We’re hoping employees are excited about it.”

Top HR Trends for 2016 with an Eye to the Future


With the sands of 2016 close to completing their journey through the pinched middle of the proverbial hourglass, it is only natural to consider what 2017 has in store. A More Diverse and Employee-Centric Workplace. All About Employee Engagement.

The 9 Emerging HR Trends Every Manager Needs To Know


With the technology taking a quantum leap, it is not only rapidly changing the way we work across different types of industries and job roles , but the industry which is also impacted by this change is the HR industry. Considering the winds of change, let’s take a look at nine emerging HR trends that you need to know in order to be prepared for the upcoming future of HR. These emerging HR trends are likely to impact the HR industry in 2017.

Top 7 HR trends in 2017 to watch out for


2017 is officially up and running, and analysts and business management globally are determining priorities for the coming 12 months and beyond. It’s a time to look at trends and changes, to review successes and failures from the year past – and a time to make plans.

This Week in Employee Engagement: July 7, 2017

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Start here to narrow down your search each week in the often overwhelming landscape of employee engagement thought leadership! From focusing on utility to productivity to engagement and, now, to employee experience — engagement has come a long way, and still has a long way to go.

7 HR Trends and Ideas to Implement This Year


Every day we learn about innovations and trends that directly affect our lives, and the workplace isn’t exempt from those frequent changes that cause us to continually adapt the way we work. Those changes also have an impact on how employees interact with one another. are engaged.

This Week in Employee Engagement: July 28, 2017

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Start here to narrow down your search each week in the often overwhelming landscape of employee engagement thought leadership! What We’re Reading This Week: A Winning Parental Leave Policy Can Be Surprisingly Simple — Although 86 percent of American workers have no access to paid parental leave, some organizations are revisiting parental leave policies with hope to improve the way they attract, engage and retain employees.

The Future Of Work: How The Workplace Is Changing In 2017


These technology-driven workplace changes will continue to spread and accelerate in 2017. Here are five key 2017 workplace trend predictions. One AI technology that is likely to see growing workplace popularity in 2017 is scheduling assistants.

HR Trends to Watch in 2017


There were a number of unique HR challenges in 2016 that caused extra stress for employers. That’s why we help our clients understand and plan for HR challenges before they become HR problems. So what’s ahead for 2017? Improved Employee Flexibility. in January 2017.

Digital Transformation and the Evolution of HR Trends


But over time, digital transformation has empowered HR to improve the human resource processes. According to CB Insights research , HR technology industry had received more than $2 billion in investment capital in 2015. Evolution of Digital HR.

Top HR trends that will shape 2018


But the revamping doesn’t stop at personal goals; it’s only fair that in the spirit of all things new, we update our knowledge with the most popular trends for 2018. The HR community looks to analysts, customers, partners, and experts in order to get a sense of what to expect in the next year.

Halogen Experts Share Top HR Trends for 2017


One of the most popular HR trends leading up to 2017 has been about preparing for the workforce of the future. Watch: #talentmanagement experts tell you how to prepare your workforce for 2017 and beyond Tweet this.

6 Learning Benefit Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank in 2017

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Gaining new knowledge to broaden our perspective is a great place to start when considering little habits with potentially big impact in 2017. At ExactHire, we have a partial benefit that allows employees to pay only 50% of the cost of a subscription to ebook and audiobook provider, Scribd.

10 Steps to Rolling Out Core Values at a Small Business

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Sometimes, senior management doesn’t think core values are a big deal because they think every employee already knows how they are supposed to act to succeed. Or, key employees may have had a bad experience with values at a previous organization that were essentially meaningless.

Leaving 2017…Embracing 2018

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2017 came and flew by! As in previous issues of Astronology® , we would like to take our last issue of 2017 to look at HR trends and topics that could possibly be impactful for the coming new year. We expect this to be a continuing trend well beyond 2018.

Employees First

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The Big Shift Puts Employees First: HR Transforms from Processes and Transactions to Employee Experiences , is the 2017 contribution to their annual State of Talent reports. This shines a light on how the HR tech conversation has switched from tech to employees.

An Eye On The Horizon – What Is Your People Plan For 2017?


This year, I want to suggest a new approach for HR professionals to take during planning season. Reshape it into an action that you believe can be completed – with tangible results – in 2017. For some, that means fully committing to implement new technologies into your business in 2017.

Get Current on the Latest HR Trends in 3 Minutes


If you missed Paycor’s Spring HR and Compliance Web Summit, we’ve got you covered. Then skim this review, where we’ll highlight key takeaways: • How to get ahead of dramatic changes in HR. 3 HR trends your employees are talking about.

5 Tips For People-Oriented HR Management


Dealing with budgets, business priorities, and tons of paperwork is essential; but is it what employees need and expect to see from us? percent of HR professionals called “influencing the company culture to have more authentic, people-oriented managers” their top priority.

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What are the Pros and Cons of Working from Home?

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However, even though there are plenty of advantages to working from home, there are some disadvantages to take into consideration as well. Also read: 4 Reasons to Allow Your Employees to Work from Home. Also read: 4 Reasons to Allow Your Employees to Work from Home.

Got Culture?

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We talk about employee engagement – or some other euphemism for connecting with employees in a human, caring way – all the time. All of this to attract and retain world class employees. take employee engagement from a survey to a cultural pillar that improves performance.

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Engage Blog: Top 10 HR Blogs of 2016


Can you believe it’s already 2017? For Achievers and the Engage Blog, 2016 was extremely eventful. Stay tuned, registration for ACE 2017 in New Orleans opens in just a few short months. Here on the Engage Blog, readers enjoyed a wide variety of HR topics in 2016.

3 Surprising Skills That Will Shape HR Roles In The Future

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While in the past the role of HR has been policy development coupled by a lot of paperwork. The basic HR roles have not changed. The impact that employee engagement has on productivity, innovation, customer satisfaction, and loyalty have forced HR managers to take on new skills.

4 Reasons to Allow Your Employees to Work from Home

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The benefits of allowing your employees to work from home are wide-ranging, with evidence to support both the financial savings your business can enjoy as well improvements for the workers themselves. . And with that comes a much improved employee throughout the working day.

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5 Eye-Opening HR Stats: Why Employee Recognition Matters


Employees are arguably the most important component of a successful business. Employees put a human face on the product, build relationships with customers, and define the work culture that feeds business performance – yet 32% of companies struggle to retain top talent.

Correlating HR Consumerization and Minimizing Turnover

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In the modern workplace, we are seeing the lines blur between human resources, marketing, and customer service to create a workplace culture and develop experiences designed to delight and woo candidates and retain employees. Employee Engagement and Retention.

Understand Important HR Trends in 5 Minutes


If you missed Paycor’s Fall HR and Compliance Web Summit, we’ve got you covered. For detailed action plans on how to find more qualified talent, navigating compliance uncertainty and increasing employee engagement, check out full recordings from each session. EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT.

15 Tips for Improving Emotional Intelligence in the Recruiting Process

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I love learning more about human behavior’s impact on employee engagement and corporate culture. Smile when you are on the phone with a prospective employee or during a face-to-face interview.

HR Managers as Marketers? Yes, the Good Ones Are in 5 Key Ways

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HR is never thought of as a marketing-adjacent department. In fact, we see HR managers as responsible for recruitment, hiring, onboarding, training and development, coaching, payroll, and housing a lot of files on employees. HR has a recruitment role to play, too.

Five Pillars Of Digital Transformation: Evolve The Organization


Digitization, as discussed in prior blogs, will transform corporate organizations in a profound way as well. The structure and organization of companies and public institutions will be increasingly complemented by project-and knowledge-driven relationships and engagements.

How Your Company Can Leverage the Gig Economy

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Paradoxically, the overall rate of self-employment in America, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), has been trending downward continuously; yet at the same time, more than a third of the total workforce is engaging in freelance work. HR Trends Talent Management

Employee Experience: The Great Differentiator


Recently I’ve read many articles that discuss how today’s generation of employees expect an engaging and enjoyable work experience. But how do we define what that experience will be for employees working in our organizations?

Why HR Is The New Marketing


Your own employees represent the greatest opportunity to create meaningful marketing and to develop human resources programs that increase sales, while also finding and retaining top talent. Is HR the new marketing? Content marketing and HR.

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Workplace Wellbeing Trends For 2018


Over the past few years, employee wellbeing is an increasing area of interest for employers in worldwide. . What will the next well-being trends for 2018? Here are some of the trends that will be facing change in 2018: Financial & wellness will get prioritized.

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Get Your Crystal Balls Ready, HR Data Ninjas


There is a way to avoid this continuing to happen… HR, it is time to embrace your inner Data Ninja! HR analytics and workforce planning. Effective workforce planning is more than understanding costs, hiring trends, and attrition.