Cadillac Tax Pushed Back Again, This Time to 2022

HR Daily Advisor

It is now set to take effect in 2022 rather than 2020 (the original implementation date was January 1, 2018). The post Cadillac Tax Pushed Back Again, This Time to 2022 appeared first on HR Daily Advisor.


5 Ways To Determine If You'll Be Leading an HR Function in 2022.

The HR Capitalist

Here's five things to look inward at and determine if you've got what it takes to lead an HR team and be a viable partner to the business leaders who will hire you in 2022. The world is changing, and the people paying the bills want different things from HR. Remember, I'm talking about leading HR, not participating in running it: 1. You've got a mack daddy processor upstairs. Meaning you can take large amounts of information in and make quick, accurate decisions. Not IQ.

Is This Really How the World of HR Will Look in 2022?

TLNT: The Business of HR

The world of workplace rewards in 2022 may feature scary aspect s where constantly-monitored employees are overworked, paid only for performance and pitted against each other, only to be discarded if found wanting, according to a major survey.

#SXSW Coverage: 5 Ways Virtual Reality Finally Enters HR Space


Experts estimate that the virtual reality and augmented reality market will be worth $120 billion by 2022. This week I’m in attendance at the SXSW Conference in Austin, TX, and virtual reality is the belle of this ball. It is everywhere in expo halls, pitch sessions, parties and conversations by attendees at neighboring bars and […]. HR fourth transformation SXSW virtual reality vr

Interested in What HR Will Look Like in 2022?

HR Morning

The world of HR is evolving from core HR functions to people-focused professionals. Developing recruiting and retention strategies will define HR’s success in the future. We wanted to know how HR professionals like you view the industry now and what changes you envision taking place in five years. Those responses make up our HR Trendcast report. Download the report now to see the future and possibly solve your most pressing people problems. Learn more! . E-news Sponsored Content

California’s Upcoming Minimum Wage Increase – Review Your Practices


The increase for larger businesses is a result of SB 3, a bill that will increase the minimum wage in California to $15 per hour by 2022. Make sure you examine all pay practices affected by the minimum wage increase! On January 1, 2017, California’s minimum wage increases to $10.50

Cadillac tax attacked by feds: What’s next for ACA?

HR Morning

The provision employers will be most interested in is a delay of the ACA’s Cadillac tax until 2022. When the House approved a short-term government spending bill, the major story was how it ended a government shutdown.

Be Prepared for the Healthcare Hiring Shortage


The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the nursing industry will grow 15 percent between 2012 and 2022. It shouldn't come as a surprise that recruiters around the country are ramping up their efforts to hire the top healthcare talent available.

Why We Will All Love the New HR


It’s an issue affecting all industries: The American Transportation Research Institute estimates there are 30,000 – 35,000 trucker jobs that could be filled tomorrow if workers would take these jobs — a shortage that could rise to 240,000 by 2022.


California Minimum Wage Hike Brings Many Changes


In early April, Governor Brown signed SB 3, a bill that will increase the minimum wage in California to $15 per hour by 2022. Large businesses with 26 or more employees will begin complying in 2017 and will reach $15 per hour in 2022. Start preparing now for the minimum wage increase!

Minimum Wage Hike Approved: What Else Do Employers Need to Know?


yesterday signed SB 3 (Leno; D-San Francisco), a job killer bill that will increase the minimum wage in California to $15 per hour by 2022 (2023 for companies employing 25 or fewer people since there is a one-year implementation delay for small business).

2018 California Minimum Wage Hike Brings Many Changes


Last year, Governor Brown signed SB 3, a bill that increases the minimum wage in California to $15 per hour by 2022. Large businesses will reach the $15 per hour minimum wage in 2022. Start preparing now for the minimum wage increase!

Why HR Needs Data-Driven Workforce Planning to Avoid Talent Shortfalls


Consider the following: The Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected the need for over 1 million nurses from replacement and growth in the workforce by 2022, with a shortage of registered nurses projected to spread across the country over the next 15 years.

New California Laws and HR Trends for 2017 and Beyond

HR Daily Advisor

The Act removes the previous exemption for agricultural employees regarding hours, meal breaks, and other working conditions (effective as of January 1, 2017,) and creates a schedule that phases in overtime requirements for agricultural workers over the course of 4 years from 2019 to 2022.

Future Friday: Older workers as the solution to unfilled jobs?

OmegaHR Solutions

The BLS, according to the Pew Research Center , projects that by 2022 67.5% Older works may be the solutions for talent issues. Millennial this, millennial that. Advertisements for products to hide gray hair or wrinkling skin. Slogans like “60 is the new 40.”

5 Takeaways from the AHA’s 2018 Environmental Scan


With the imminent nursing shortages projected through 2022, the report offers some strategies for addressing this issue. 5 Takeaways from the AHA’s 2018 Environmental Scan Feb. 7, 2018. Bryan-Barajas.jpg. Bryan Barajas Marketing Director.

How to Get The Most Out Of Your Remote Workers


Virgin Media Business has predicted that 60% of employees will frequently work from home by 2022. Remote working is on the rise. Currently, 24% of employees in the US report working from home at least part of the time, while in the UK 13.9% of the workforce is made up of home workers.

Demographics on Aging HR professionals should know

OmegaHR Solutions

However, by 2022, 35 percent of people in the labor force will be age 50-plus. Older workers are going to be around much longer than people think. The knowledgeable HR professional needs to be aware of a variety of demographic facts.

Future Friday: Older workers switching to “anticipatory careers”

OmegaHR Solutions

Workers over the age of 65 are going to be 32% of the working population by the year 2022, a mere 5 years from now. Older workers eschewing retirement because they want to stay working. If you thought your older workers are going to go silently into retirement you need to be rethinking that.

CHART OF THE DAY: Trends in Labor Force Participation

Steve Boese

Let's look at what the Atlanta Fed thinks is the near-term direction for Labor Force Participation: " As a guide, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the factors pulling down the labor force participation rate will outweigh those pushing it up, and that by 2022, labor force participation will be 61.6 It's been ages since I broke off a CHART OF THE DAY post and even longer since I talked about the Labor Force Participation Rate, so let's remedy both of these situations in one shot.

Remote Employees: Cracking The Culture Code


A recent Boston Consulting Group study found that the demand for software developers has outpaced supply by approximately 35,000 positions and is predicted to increase six fold through 2022.

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FIFA and LEADERSHIP: Are Leaders Responsible For Scandals Under Their Watch?

The HR Capitalist

FIFA awarded the next 2022 World Cup to Qatar. In case you missed it, FIFA - the international governing body for soccer - got raided earlier this week in Europe: "This week in Zurich (or late last night for those of us stateside), Swiss plainclothes police entered the Baur au Lac; the five-star hotel was the site of this week’s annual meeting of FIFA, soccer’s global governing body.

More Than #UltimateTeamMoment for U.S. Under-18 Women’s Ice Hockey

Ultimate Software

For some, that might mean a shot at the PyeongChang 2018 or Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games. The latest victory for the U.S. under-18 women’s ice hockey national team marks more than just an #UltimateTeamMoment for this group of elite athletes—it’s part of an entire team experience.

$15 Minimum Wage Clears Baltimore City Council

HR Daily Advisor

On March 20, the Baltimore City Council voted 11-3 to approve a bill that would raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2022. Under the proposed legislation, the minimum wage for employees working in the city would rise to $15 an hour by 2022. by Kevin C. McCormick.

HR Trendcast Survey Reveals HR Will Become More Data-Driven in Five Years


Of respondents, 47 percent say they will be more data-driven in 2022. Moreover, 48 percent believe many core HR functions will be automated by 2022. As Investments in People and Data Increase, HR Leaders Will Focus on Soft Skills and Become More Strategic to Their Organizations.

The Next Generation Workforce: Full-Time and Contract Employees


As the number of freelancers increase, PwC paints the following picture in its report, The Future of Work: A journey to 2022 : “Big business will be outflanked by a vibrant, innovative and entrepreneurial middle market. Meet the Supertemp : an accomplished manager or professional (i.e.,

Keeping up with Illinois Employment Law Changes


When it comes to the state of Illinois as a whole, a new proposal to slowly raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 by 2022 has cleared The House Labor and Commerce Committee. In the wild, adaptation is essential for survival. In business, adaptation is required for success.

Don’t Forget that Age Is Part of Diversity


A CIPD study on age diversity suggests that between 2022 and 2032 ‘the population under 50 years-old increases by just over 10 per cent (from 50 million to 55 million) but the population aged 50 and over nearly doubles from nine million to 17 million.”. In discussions of diversity and inclusiveness most people include gender, race, and ethnicity. We think in terms of whether we have enough women in technology positions or leadership positions.

Minimum Wage Rises Again — Is Your State Next?


In an attempt to give businesses the chance to balance their books and figure out how to accommodate the new wage hike, California’s plan is to increase the minimum wage by $1 each year until 2022 (though some cities, like Los Angeles and Emeryville, have plans to increase wages more rapidly).

City of Belmont Adopts New Minimum Wage Ordinance


Beginning January 1, 2022, increases will be based on the Consumer Price Index. Employers will not have to start paying the Belmont minimum wage until July 1, 2018. The City of Belmont has joined the ever-expanding list of California municipalities with local minimum wage ordinances.

10 Workforce Intelligence Cures for Improving Nurse Retention


Even though healthcare has been projected to add 4 million jobs — more than any other industry — between 2012 and 2022 , turnover is high and hospitals perennially face a shortfall of registered nurses (RN).

BHAGs: You're Afraid. Elon Musk is Not.

The HR Capitalist

Musk says the company hopes to have the first launch by 2022, and then have four flying to Mars by 2024. BHAGs are visionary, strategy statements designed to focus a group of people around a common initiative.

7 Reasons You Should Care About Google’s New ATS

The Magnet: Attract Candidates To You

I expect G-Suite’s customer base to reach 5 million by 2022 so their Glengarry leads will keep growing. Google recently released a new ATS and when Google releases anything new, it’s worth a close look.

What the Enterprise Gets Wrong About Mentoring Programs


By 2022, nearly a third of the nation’s workforce will be ages 65 to 74. Ever get the feeling your corporate mentoring program might be in need of a mentor itself? Mentoring programs are susceptible to the same pitfalls of many well-intentioned culture investments; lack of leadership participation, resources, time—you name it. But peel away the layers and you’ll find that corporate mentorship has more than a handful of issues. It’s downright broken.

What does the future of human resources look like for your clients?


Nearly half (48%) of human resouces leaders believe that many core HR functions will be automated by 2022. What Will HR Look Like in 2022? How do we know? Simple. We asked them. We recently conducted a survey of more than 500 C-suite executives and HR managers/directors (i.e.,

Integrating the Robots into a More Human Workplace


By Lynette Silva. Recognize This! – AI can help us realize our humanity more fully in the workplace. It’s that time of year – the World Economic Forum at Davos. This year’s theme is “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World,” which covers a lot of ground.

California’s Top 5 Wage and Hour Risks

HR Daily Advisor

However, the minimum wage in California is scheduled to increase by $1 per hour each year until 2022.

The Role of Outplacement in Health Care


by 2022 to replace an aging workforce that’s set to retire soon. The Role of Outplacement in Health Care The RiseSmart Team Friday, June 26, 2015. Over the past five years, the health care industry has seen substantial legislative reform.

WIRTW #465 (the “gimme a break” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Million Worker Shortfall By 2022 — via Dark Reading. Next week, I am taking a much needed break, as I will be out of the office. I’ll see everyone back on June 19.

Overtime Rule Injunction Leaves Risks in Every Direction

HR Daily Advisor

For employers with at least 26 employees, this will increase to $43,680 on January 1, 2017, and, eventually, to $62,400 by 2022.