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What Do You Do?

Compensation Cafe

Maybe you had to explain it for the umpteenth time to a family member who spent the past year sending you articles about payroll. Through a more modern and strategic approach to recognition, companies can fuel employee engagement, productivity, and ultimately drive business results.

The importance of HR analytics

Bayzat

Today, most organizations rely on actual data to make informed decisions on how to run their business. Whilst departments such as sales, marketing, and operations have actively been using data analytics to optimize performance, HR experts within a business have been relatively slow to integrate analytics to influence their decision making. Simply put, HR analytics is all about analyzing an organization’s ‘people problem’ through data. Compensations and Incentives.

Growing a Healthy Compensation Program

Compensation Cafe

If you're an HR office of one, busily juggling everything from beneficiary forms to incentive awards, it's hard to believe that you share any pressures with other HR managers. HR operating context: Predictable revenue and productivity are the company's overarching operating goals.

How to Give Your Employees a Raise Using the FLSA Overtime Rule Amendment

ConnecTeam

So let’s break it down to figure out exactly how you, as an employer, can stay compliant with the latest FLSA regulations, avoid overtime related lawsuits, keep your payroll cost-effective, while also giving your employees a raise your employees a raise.

Recognition & Inclusion

Unipos

In the United Kingdom, greater gender diversity on the senior-executive team corresponded to the highest performance uplift in our data set: for every 10 percent increase in gender diversity, EBIT rose by 3.5

Outsmart Unplanned (and Costly) Employee Overtime

Insperity

When overtime creeps into your payroll and company culture haphazardly: Your C-suite may see it eating away at profits. Is overtime being used as an incentive or bonus without strategic oversight?

How to Stay Motivated When Cash Flow Is Down, Distractions Are High

Tsheets

For years, Stapper says he was too focused on day-to-day business tasks, like dealing with clients or products and managing people, which kept him up at night. Payroll.

Be on the Lookout for These Top 10 Workforce Trends in 2016

Asure Software

There must be some off-time for both parties, so that normal work hours can be as productive as possible. Benefit and salary packages should be generous with some unique bonuses involved to peak applicants’ interests. What trends are facing business owners and managers?

Outsmart Unplanned (and Costly) Employee Overtime

Insperity

When overtime creeps into your payroll and company culture haphazardly: Your C-suite may see it eating away at profits. Your employees may work overtime hours without approval or without pay , feel burdened or burned out, see the distribution of overtime as unfair or wish for other ways to earn a bonus. Is overtime being used as an incentive or bonus without strategic oversight?

A new business paradigm

Bersin with Deloitte

Second is the vertical axis—where every part of the company (sales, marketing, product strategy, engineering, HR, and finance) looks at the impact of external factors on the company and the company’s footprint in the external world. People data: How far is too far?

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16 Employee Perks Your Team Wants More Than a Pay Raise [Infographic]

SnackNation

Using data from a recent Glassdoor survey , we’ve compiled the sixteen best employee perks that offer the biggest bang for your buck into the infographic below. Performance Bonus. However, that’s not to say that monetary incentives as a whole don’t work.

2019 HR & Compliance Web Summit: Executive Summary

Paycor

Managing people and keeping them engaged and productive. Product Development. The Data You Need to Win Over the CFO | Speaker: Tim Ruge. Are employees engaged and productive? Payroll Compliance – FLSA.

A new business paradigm

HR Times

Second is the vertical axis—where every part of the company (sales, marketing, product strategy, engineering, HR, and finance) looks at the impact of external factors on the company and the company’s footprint in the external world. People data: How far is too far?

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