Sat.Sep 24, 2022 - Fri.Sep 30, 2022

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Internal Mobility Programs: The Key to Retention?

TalentCulture

In response to the Great Resignation, employers everywhere are reevaluating their talent strategies. As part of this process, they’re seeking cost-effective ways to retain employees who are craving growth opportunities in today’s uncertain economy. That is why internal mobility programs are gaining momentum. This article looks at why internal mobility is a smart talent strategy. […].

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How to Retain Top Talent: HR Leaders Share Tips for Keeping High Performers

15Five

From major news publications to HR thought leaders to the guy standing in line behind you at Starbucks, everyone seems to be talking about the “Great Resignation” (or “ The Great Upheaval ” as we like to call it) that has consumed the current job market. Whatever you call it, it’s clear that in today’s talent pool, there’s something… in the water. Our research shows that more than 80% of business leaders believe a decrease in employee retention presents a risk to company success.

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For Brokers: Helping Clients Navigate HR Risks

Extensis

Quick look: No business operates without risk, and managing workplace compliance, health, and safety can be overwhelming. Luckily, with a PEO partnership in their pocket, brokers can step in as trusted advisors and help their clients remain compliant. Here are four ways to safeguard your clients from HR risks while also further proving your value. One of the biggest risks of operating a new business is not the provided services or products themselves—it’s the employees.

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How To Overcome Wage Compression | Trusaic

Trusaic

Pay transparency initiatives are on the rise. Employers must be diligent in their efforts to avoid instances of wage compression. Here’s how to get started.

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Creating a Company Culture of Care: Integrating Mental Health, Wellbeing, and DEI in Benefits

Speaker: Sean Raible

Picture a workplace where physiological safety is not just an aim but a reality, driven by thoughtful employee benefits that prioritize mental health, wellbeing, and DEI. 🤔 ✨ Achieving this vision requires more than just occasional training sessions and employee assistance programs. Moving beyond the basics, this vision calls for a holistic approach that integrates these elements into your company culture as well as your HR and benefits strategy.

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4 Tips for Niche Talent Acquisition | ClearCompany

ClearCompany HRM

During your recruiting career, it’s likely you will need to hire niche talent at some point. You might even be a recruiter specializing in recruiting a particular type of candidate, taking on a niche role yourself. Finding candidates with a strict skill set calls for a different approach and requires you to explore additional sources of talent. Let’s dig into niche talent acquisition and a few tips for getting it right.

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L&D: The Key to Success for Today’s SMBs

Extensis

Quick look: A whopping 96% of employees want the opportunity to enhance their skills, yet two-thirds of employers report confusion about how to create a proper learning and development program. From boosting employee retention rates to safeguarding against industry disruptions, here’s how L&D can benefit today’s SMBs, and how working with a PEO can simplify the process.

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California SB 1162 Signed Into Law: Takes Effect Jan. 1

Trusaic

Yesterday afternoon, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 1162 into law. It is now one of the most aggressive pay equity laws in the country. Effective January 1, 2023 , a mere three months from now, organizations around the country will have sweeping new reporting requirements to comply with. To help you prepare for the forthcoming changes, we’ve summarized the key components of California SB 1162 below.

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Why One-Size-Fits-All Recognition Doesn’t Work

The People Equation

Appreciation matters. According to research by recognition experts OC Tanner, only 61% of people feel appreciated at work. And although many employers think the reason people leave is compensation, only 12% of people who leave their company cite that as the reason for their departure. The real reason folks are departing? A whopping 79% say they’re out the door because of a lack of appreciation.

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Tips for improving the hiring process in a company

Hppy

When it comes to recruiting, every company has its hiring process. Business leaders must always be on the lookout for fresh talent, and this procedure is more nuanced than just scanning applications and doing the interview process itself. Defects when you want to hire, such as a badly written job advert or a lack of response to a survey, might discourage a competent person from applying.

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Performance Review Calibrations Made Easy

Every company aspires to be the best, and performance reviews are the cornerstone of that journey. However, discrepancies in how managers rate their teams can lead to unfairness.

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What Are Professional Development Goals? 6 Examples

Intoo USA

Personal growth is important for all employees, regardless of your industry or position. However, no job can teach people all the skills needed to become well-rounded professionals. Knowing how to actively seek out opportunities to help you grow is a valuable trait for any professional. While you may instinctively explore professional development opportunities during or after review periods, don’t wait for those bi-annual opportunities to get started, as personal growth should be an ongoing ever

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How to Build a Leadership Development Program

EmployeeConnect

What is the first thing comes to mind when you hear the term “leadership development programs?” An expensive and time-consuming effort, right? But it doesn’t have to be if your goal is to improve the performance of your employees. A key focus of any leadership development plan is to make employees more productive. With this in mind, any organization can try and implement multiple activities and tactics.

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The Importance of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging

Perceptyx

Focusing on DEIB creates a better employee experience while delivering bottom-line benefits for your organization.

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7 Ways to Support Distributed Teams in the Future of Work

TalentCulture

Early in 2020, without warning, the pandemic made distributed teams a standard way of working for organizations all over the globe. Now, many employees have grown to prefer working remotely, for at least part of every week. But despite the popularity of virtual workgroups—and evidence that they can be effective—employers are still trying to address […].

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Balancing Cost and Care: 3 Key Considerations for Cost Optimization in 2024

Discover essential strategies for employers to balance cost optimization with care. The top priorities for employers in 2024 are retaining talent, growing revenue and sales, and attracting talent. To achieve these goals, employers are turning towards comprehensive total rewards strategies informed by data-driven insights. Hear from industry experts on cost optimization strategies and how to leverage these approaches for a healthier workforce.

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How to Follow Your Intuition at Work, According to Researchers

The Muse

We rarely discuss intuition at work, often because of its woo-woo connotations. But it can help you innovate on the job and navigate your career. Here’s how, according to researchers.

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how can I keep my temper at work?

Ask a Manager

This post, how can I keep my temper at work? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I run experiments as a technician and there’s usually a lot going on, a lot to remember, and a lot to write down. Long lists of numbers and such. It’s a really nice place to work and I enjoy it. I’ve been known to be snappy in the lab.

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Swiss Saturday: Funerals

Evil HR Lady

I’ll be attending my second funeral of September today–third if you count Queen Elizabeth’s. While Queen Elizabeth’s funeral was certainly much grander (and longer!) than any funeral I’ve attended in person, the dress code (minus the hats) is what I was used to in the US. Men wear dark suits. Women wear dark dresses or nice dark pants.

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Top 3 Recruiter Pain Points and How to Solve Them

MojoHire

Recruiters are still navigating a tumultuous market with 11 million job openings and only about half as many unemployed. You get it- the pandemic, nearly an entire generation retired, and the great resignation is holding on for dear life. The job changes in the US aren’t entirely unique; similar scenarios are also taking place in … Top 3 Recruiter Pain Points and How to Solve Them Read More ».

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Discover the 4 Big Recruitment Challenges for 2024

It’s no secret that today’s hiring market is tough! The constant changes can make it seem impossible for HR leaders, hiring teams, and hiring managers to remain flexible and agile. However, there’s a silver lining amongst all the hiring chaos, as these changes also bring great opportunities and fresh ways for HR leaders to gain that competitive edge in the race for top talent.

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Employee Experience Design: All HR Needs to Know

Analytics in HR

Written in collaboration with Marna van der Merwe. We live in a hyper-connected and on-demand world, where we have access to what we need at the click of a button. Not only has this influenced the expectations that consumers have of organizations, but we can see a clear influence on employee experience design. We expect intuitive, user-centered designs and personalized experiences tailored to our preferences – whether that interaction is physical or virtual.

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should I report my fatphobic boss or am I being too sensitive?

Ask a Manager

This post, should I report my fatphobic boss or am I being too sensitive? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I’m dealing with a boss now turned grandboss who has no boundaries and has some unconscious fatphobia that’s impacting her perception of me, and I’m not sure if I should report it or just let it go.

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Top 10 Globally Recognized Certifications for Cyber Security

U-Next

Introduction . Cybersecurity or computer security and information security is the act of preventing theft, damage, loss, or unauthorized access to computers, networks, and data. As our interconnections grow, so do the chances for evil hackers to steal, destroy, or disrupt our lives. The increase in cybercrime has increased the demand for cybersecurity expertise.

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Best Leadership Books: 21 of the Most Impactful Reads

BetterUp

Jump to section. Best leadership books for personal development. Best leadership books for people managers. Best leadership books for organizational leaders.

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Correct & Prevent I-9 Errors: Your 2024 Audit Toolkit

Simplify your I-9 compliance process and minimize the risk of costly fines with WorkBright’s comprehensive audit toolkit. Created in collaboration with employment law experts, this essential two-part guide will help you conduct a thorough internal audit in 2024. The first section outlines a three-step process for ensuring error-free and compliant I-9s, followed by two printable checklists to streamline your audit process.

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19 HR Tech Startup Companies To Watch

Best Of HR

What is one HR startup at the HR Tech Conference to keep an eye on in the years ahead? There’s never been a higher quantity or quality of companies within HR than right now, in late 2022. More than $18B was invested into HR Tech in 2021, and $10B+ has already been invested in 2022. The previous record for investment came in 2019, with $5B invested. The industry innovation was on full display at events like HR Tech Pitchfest, and throughout the HR Tech Exposition.

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the locusts, the un-appreciation kits, and even more stories of corporate gifts that didn’t quite work out

Ask a Manager

This post, the locusts, the un-appreciation kits, and even more stories of corporate gifts that didn’t quite work out , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. On last week’s post about corporate year-end gifts , some readers shared even more stories of company gifts that went terribly wrong. Here are 10 more that made me laugh. 1.

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Passive aggression is destructive but hard to prove

HR Zone

Culture Passive aggression – destructive but hard to prove.

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How Compensation Transparency is Changing Hiring and Recruiting Processes

Cisive

According to a press release from Indeed , beginning July 18 of this year nearly every position on Indeed’s site now has a salary — either entered by the recruiter or estimated by Indeed’s algorithm (as long as Indeed has enough data to provide a salary estimate). Before July 18, large employers could opt out of this process, but being a large employer no longer exempts you from having to post a salary range or prevents Indeed from estimating one for you.

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Unlocking Employee Potential with the Power of Continuous Feedback

Speaker: Erin Daruszka and Nakisha Dixon

Recent studies show that only 21% of employees feel their performance and growth are within their control. What if the answer to employee development and high performance lies elsewhere? Enter continuous feedback. Imagine a work environment where feedback isn't a dreaded annual event, but a constant source of growth. Join us to discover how ongoing, actionable feedback empowers your team to take ownership of their performance, boosting engagement and development.