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How to Get Executives On Board with Employee Rewards and Recognition Programs


But there’s a proven way to address this problem: focus on employee engagement. According to a Harvard Business Review study , 71% of respondents rank employee engagement as very important to achieving overall organizational success and recognition happens to be the #1 driver of employee engagement. It’s clear businesses need to focus more on employee engagement and recognition strategies. Why will your employees love it?

10 Scary HR Stats That’ll Make You Howl This Halloween


Skeletons in closets, magic disappearing acts, and people masquerading as someone else: Is Halloween coming or is it just the normal everyday stuff of HR nightmares? This year, avoid spooky business in the office by brushing up on these important HR trends. #1: A recent survey by Leadership IQ reported that, “46 percent of newly hired employees will fail within 18 months.” How do you welcome and onboard new employees?


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Where HR Tech Is Headed


HR tech is “on the precipice of a total reinvention,” according to Josh Bersin, author of a pivotal Bersin by Deloitte report. billion into HR tech vendors, a figure that represents a 60 percent increase over the previous year. Here’s a quick preview of the most relevant trends in digital management of the human beings that work for you: It’s All About Employee Engagement. Analytics Help You Predict Behavior Trends. Tech for Employee Learning.

Employees First

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I came across this fascinating white paper from SilkRoad the other day. 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. Building a powerful workforce strategy remains front and center for HR teams.”. State of HR.

HR In The Age Of Digital Transformation


HR has come a long way from the days of being called Personnel Management. It’s now known as People & Culture, Employee Experience, or simply People, and the changes in the last few years have been especially far-reaching, to say the least; seismic even. These capabilities are enabling HR re-imagine new ways of delivering HR services and strategies throughout the organization. Embark on your HR transformation journey.


Technology Is Changing Human Resource Management – But Where Will It Go?

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Traditionally, HR was always viewed as a paper-intensive, non-innovative area, where salary decisions are made, people get hired or fired and where team building sessions are organized. But behind the scenes, the industry is changing and incorporating technology at a rapid pace, even if it wasn’t designed for HR to start with. These challenges have sparked innovation inside HR departments across the world. HR Trends Talent Management

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. Also read: Possible Applications of AI in HR. To remain relevant and adaptability is key, and HR managers will need to adopt the following out-of-the box skills.

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. They are using technology increasingly in a process that is being called HR consumerization. Employee Engagement and Retention. Aside from placating candidates, employee retention and engagement are some of the most important issues in HR.