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How Employers Can Help Employees Successfully Blend Work-Life

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In part two of this blog series, we’ll go over 4 things that companies can gain when they make work-life blending a priority. As EVP and Chief People Officer for Ceridian, Lisa has a dual responsibility for Ceridian’s overall global people and HR strategies as well as overseeing the product vision and strategy for Dayforce Talent Management. By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian.

Disengagement warning signs and a preventative approach

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In these meetings, ask them about the challenges they are facing, how they feel about their responsibilities, and how their current role is fitting into their career plan. This blog post originally appeared on the Ceridian Canada blog. As EVP and Chief People Officer for Ceridian, Lisa has a dual responsibility for Ceridian’s overall global people and HR strategies as well as overseeing the product vision and strategy for Dayforce Talent Management.

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4 Awesome Benefits for Prioritizing Work-Life Blending

Ceridian

In part two of this blog series, we’ll go over some of the best strategies for making sure doing this is a priority. As EVP and Chief People Officer for Ceridian, Lisa has a dual responsibility for Ceridian’s overall global people and HR strategies as well as overseeing the product vision and strategy for Dayforce Talent Management. By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian.

Moving beyond the annual survey for better employee inspiration and engagement

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From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Companies shouldn’t strive just for employee development in terms of knowledge and job skills – they should also look to develop engagement. I cover the difference between the two, in a previous blog post.