Sat.Jan 14, 2017 - Fri.Jan 20, 2017

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2017 Trends for Hiring Managers and Recruiters

HR Daily Advisor

by Hailey Canon, regional vice president, finance and accounting, Addison Group. Now that 2017 has arrived, hiring managers and recruiters should be gearing up for the new hiring season. To get ahead of the pack this year, it is essential to stay on top of emerging trends in the industry. Both recruiters and candidates will benefit from understanding how the landscape is shifting in the coming year.

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ClearCompany Ranks #1 Among Top HR Software Suites

ClearCompany HRM

At ClearCompany, our top priority is delighting our clients with best-in-class software solutions and exceptional service to match. If you have ever worked with us, you know we pride ourselves on an unprecedented 99% retention rate, and truly take client feedback to heart. That is why we are thrilled to share our first achievement of 2017!

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6 Ways to Use Technology to Advance Your Career – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

The New Year always makes me think about goals and the things I want to accomplish. Based on today’s reader note, I’m not the only person who thinks that way. Hi, I’m an HR professional living in India. I want to learn new things in human resources but my only option is online study because I can’t relocate. What can I learn and do for my career? Whether you can’t or don’t want to relocate, there are plenty of online resources you can use to keep your professional knowledge current.

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A Career Coach's Secrets to Recruiting Talent in the Age of the Job Hopper

Cornerstone On Demand

Opportunities for advancement are the second most common reason job seekers look for a new position — following compensation — according to an October 2015 Manpower survey. That same survey showed four in ten U.S. employees are always looking for their next job. Due to the frequency of job hopping among today's job seekers, some professionals have even coined a new term to describe them: "continuous candidates.

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How to Conquer These 4 Top-of-Mind HR Challenges

It’s a never-ending tightrope act, trying to find the balance between creating benefits offerings that adapt to the uniqueness of your people, managing your own time and resources, and maintaining the organization’s bottom line. And the ever-changing policies and laws can make cultivating a competitive employee benefits strategy feel impossible. Whether you’re concerned about adapting to new pay transparency laws, managing global benefits packages, return-to-office mandates, or 401(k) and retire

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4 Easy Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn Job Post Performance

Linkedin Talent Blog

If you’re looking for general best practices and techniques for writing great job descriptions, then this blog post is unfortunately not for you. Try this one , or perhaps this one. But, if you're sitting on a LinkedIn job post that isn't getting much traction or getting ready to write your next one, read on. The four tips below are proven methods for boosting your job post on LinkedIn that many recruiters don't know about.

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Performance Management Might Change But It’s Not Going Away

HR Bartender

If there was one term that dominated the workplace conversation in 2016 it was the “performance appraisal.” That’s okay. I think it’s good to re-evaluate traditions. The performance review hasn’t changed for decades. It’s long overdue. That being said, there are some pieces of the performance management process that still perform a valuable function.

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Why Big Brands Are Funding Small Tech Startups

Cornerstone On Demand

StickiBoard began as a small startup company in San Francisco creating a shared, digital "dashboard" that could be accessed from anywhere. After moving into their first office, growing by 48 employees and receiving a bit of guidance from the Samsung Accelerator—an incubator that provides startups with resources to improve and grow—they were acquired by Samsung's SmartThings.

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It’s Annoying if Your Workplace is Truly Inclusive

Visier

Rapid change and unpredictability require integrating diverse views, and it will — and should — make you uncomfortable. The words “diverse” and “divided” share a common root, but different interpretations. Leaders seek to increase “ diversity ,” measured by differences in the workforce (gender, race, heritage, discipline, etc). Leaders also want to minimize “divisions” measured by annoyance and dissatisfaction, often striving for everyone to get along. .

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Before You Write Job Descriptions, Answer these Seven Questions

ClearCompany HRM

The best recruiters treat job seekers like their customers. Job descriptions are often the only advertising space you get for your position. Write a requisition that is too long, full of irrelevant information, or uninteresting and your potential candidates will move on. This is especially true of the best talent; they know they can be choosy.

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Using an HSA to Save for Health Care in Retirement

Saving for retirement is no easy task, and as an employer we know you want to help your employees get what they need out of their retirement benefits. With a health savings account (HSA), you can relieve the burden of health care costs for both you and your employees. With our new report, “Using an HSA to Save for Health Care in Retirement,” you can get insights on the costs of a modern retirement and dive into the details of the triple-tax benefits HSAs offer.

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Middle Managers Are the Key to Reducing Bureaucracy

HR Bartender

I ran across this post title the other day – “Forget Middle Managers. Here’s Why.” Of course, the article goes on to explain how bureaucratic organizations are filled with ineffective managers. Which can be very true. And, if your organization is trying to shed some of their bureaucratic ways, then the goal is to help middle managers get better in their roles.

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10 Tips to Prepare you for an Effective Performance Appraisal

EmployeeConnect

Since performance appraisal is a matter of great importance, in order to ensure that you have a successful employee performance appraisal, you can prepare for it well in advance. Instead of adopting a passive role in the entire process where you are at the receiving end, you can prepare for your meeting with your manager by ensuring that he/she has a broader and detailed picture in terms of your goals and performance.

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How A Strong Company Culture Promotes Success

Hppy

Some leaders believe workplace culture is all about ensuring employees are constantly happy and satisfied. The truth is, while positive attitudes from employees is a great sign, there’s much more to it. In fact, an August Business Pulse Survey by The Alternative Board (TAB), What Makes A Culture Strong , shows 86 percent of business leaders agree company culture is a major contributor to the success of a company.

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Why self-preservation is top of mind for me in 2017?

The Aristocracy of HR

010020000000 Welcome back! I took a bit of a hiatus at the end of last year to rest, regroup and reflect on 2016. Of late, I have been hearing way too many stories about people namely bloggers and influencers that have effectively worked themselves to the point of being depleted. In one recent story, a […].

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New DOL Final Overtime Rules: Quickstart Guide for Employers

There’s a new overtime salary threshold that will impact employers across the country. If you have an employee making less than $43,888 on July 1 or less than $58,656 on January 1, you’re going to have to start paying overtime. Download Paycor’s guide to learn: Which groups of employees are affected? How should you classify employees? Best ways to mitigate risk.

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How Am I Doing? The Importance of Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Reflektive

We have spoken before about the importance of core values in a workplace and we’d like to bring up another factor that is just as important: environment. Remember in high school biology class when learning about the central nervous system and the “fight or flight” response the body has to fear? There’s no reason for employees to be taming down either of these responses at work.

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Why You Need a Mentor, and How to Find One

EmployeeConnect

Every successful person has a mentor. That mentor might be a teacher, parent, sibling, political hero or business associate. One mentoring organisation reports that 25 percent of high potential employees plan to resign within a year, so it becomes increasingly critical for organisations to find new ways to retain top talent. Example of famous mentor relationships include Plato and Socrates from historical times and these mentor-mentee relationships: Richard Branson enlisted help from Sir Freddie

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The Employee Experience Book – Chapter 8 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast - DecisionWise

DecisionWise

The Employee Experience Book – Chapter 8 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast. Listen as co-author of the book, The Employee Experience: How to Attract Talent, Retain Top Performers, and Drive Results , Tracy Maylett, discusses chapter 8, “Moments of Truth.” The Employee Experience – Chapter 8 – Moments of Truth. “Moments of Truth,” from Chapter 8 of the book, “The Employee Experience: How to Attract Talent, Retain Top Performers, and Drive Resu

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The Demands of Millennials Make Our Workplaces Better

Achievers

By: Anna Peters. Content Manager at College Recruiter. For all the complaining about Millennials and their approach to the modern workplace, they are actually responsible for much of the change happening in the modern workforce. joining Their entry into the workforce, was accompanied by a slew of stereotypes, followed recently by a round of myth-busting, with statistics and all, aimed at debunking those stereotypes.

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Getting Employee Experience Right Is Hard – But It Doesn’t Have To Be

Employee experience has expanded from a basic focus on well-being to a more comprehensive approach that covers all aspects of an employee's journey. But as important as it is to develop and retain top talent by giving employees positive experiences, tension can exist between balancing experience desires and achieving business outcomes.

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Mentorship and the Changing Nature of Work: An interview with Lyft’s Alyssa Schwartz

Everwise

Today is Thank Your Mentor Day and to celebrate, we’re sharing mentor and protégé stories to thank our community. . In the summer 2013, Alyssa Schwartz had just moved to San Francisco to work for a local branding firm. One day, a giant, fuzzy pink mustache attached to the grill of a car whizzed past her on the street. “I thought it was a funny hipster car at the time because who else would put that on a car?

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How to Write Job Responsibilities with Job Competencies Examples

EmployeeConnect

Writing effective job descriptions one of the most challenging sections is the section on job responsibilities. This section defines the work that an employee needs to perform after assuming a certain role. listing the tasks that an employee would be accountable for. This section is considered to be vital for other talent management processes as well, since it outlines the criteria that are utilised during performance appraisals and employee development.

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7 Tips for Successful Meetings

ATD Human Capital

Whether you’re leading a meeting or simply sitting in, there’s plenty you can do to make sure everyone involved gets the most out their time. Putting in the extra effort to make meetings productive is more important than you might think—according to the Muse , management spends 35 to 50 percent of their total work time in meetings.

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Employee Habits Are Your Company’s Destiny

Achievers

By: Andrew Sykes. Founder & President, Habits at Work. High-performance employers enjoy higher than industry average levels of productivity per employee. Measures of this success include revenue generated per head, return on capital employed, speed to market with new products and customer delight. These measures point to what a business and CEO get by BEING a high-performance employer, but they don’t explain what it takes to BECOME one.

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Maximizing Your Health Plan Design Using Data-Driven Insights

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Leadership, Mentoring and Trust

Hppy

Everything happens for a reason or at least it does for me. I had two occasions this past week where the topic of leadership and trust came up. In both situations I was involved in mentoring relationships and the people that I was spending time with struggled with the aspect of “trust”. In one situation the person was in a leadership role and had wondered why the majority of his team had departed and he was now re-building.

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Justworks Partners with LawTrades for Small Business Legal Services

Justworks

Besides many of the state and federal forms you’re required to fill out, there are all kinds of other pitfalls to be aware of: local and state wage and labor laws, how to select your own business entity, how to classify your employees.the list goes on and on. So, how do you navigate these challenges? Hiring a lawyer on retainer can be expensive and daunting when opening a small business, which is why Justworks decided to partner with LawTrades.

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The Free Resource for Recruiting Top Talent

Entrepreneur

This inbound recruiting technique helps build a remarkable candidate experience by ensuring strong alignment between the candidate's values and your company values.

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How To Create A More Dynamic Interview Process

Spark Hire

Though interviewing can be time-consuming for a hiring manager, its importance should never be underestimated. When your interview process is in peak condition, it enables you to get a 360-degree view of a candidate in a way that a resume simply doesn’t illustrate. From there, you’re better able to make a hiring decision that serves your company well in both the short- and long-term.

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Modernizing Hiring: The Rise of Contingent Recruitment in 2024

The job market is changing fast, and to stay ahead, your hiring strategy needs to be flexible. With recent economic shifts, more companies are turning to contingent workers for their adaptability and cost savings. In fact, 32% of businesses are already prioritizing contingent over traditional full-time positions. Curious to learn more? In our new guide, you'll discover: The major benefits of incorporating contingent workers into your team.