HR Trends: Employee Feedback, Pulse Surveys, and Analytics

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According to Bersin by Deloitte , HR is pushing for more team-centric, intelligent, and easy-to-use digital innovation. Let’s take a closer look at why these HR trends for 2018 are so hot starting with what happens when employees have a voice.

It’s Clear Employees REALLY Matter When They Get a $100,000 Bonus

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When 1,380 employees got a $100,000 bonus each, the story should have made headlines everywhere.

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Variable Pay Is Becoming More Common and More Frequent

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A rich compensation mix encompasses much more than base pay alone, there are bonuses, incentives, benefits and much more to consider. Bonuses Compensation & Benefits HR Trends Incentives Strategic HR Strategy Wages, Pay, & Salary Featured

California HR Trends for 2017—Don’t Get Burned!

HR Daily Advisor

feels the pain of HR pros. Siegel alerted attendees to several potential “sunburns” California HR professionals need to protect themselves against regarding their sunny state’s complex labor laws. Piece-rate is often confused with commissions or bonuses.

Are Annual Raises Dead? Only If You Don’t Want to Gain a Competitive Advantage

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An article last week from CNBC , with data from Towers Watson and Aon Hewitt, showed that the annual pay raise is essentially dead (and in Towers Watson’s case, bonus pools will also be underfunded).

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New Year, Same Story: 2016 Forecast Is For Another Year of 3% Raises

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More annual, short-term pay incentives. There’s another trend that seems to be taking hold, according to the survey: “More employees are becoming eligible to receive annual and short-term incentives, and more are also receiving awards.

A Cautionary Tale About the Largest CFPB Fine Ever

Hyrell

Our friend, Toby Graham, stopped by this week to help us understand one of the biggest news stories hitting HR and the world of employee management. At the Heart of the Problem – Incentive Programs. Recruiting Best Practices HR trends

HR Basics: How to Cope When You Have a Compensation Department of One

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Over the last few years, we have seen a rise in attention to the all too common, “HR Department of One.”. Another compensation plan or a small tweak to an incentive program may make things better or more interesting, but getting salaries and bonuses right is the priority.

Benefits and Rewards – Why Employees Want More

NGA Human Resources

For most businesses, the cost of rolling out an integrated flexible HR and payroll benefits scheme is almost immediately negated by the cost savings gained through process standardization, retention and control of costs. into existing HR and payroll infrastructures and into all?

A Day In The Life Of Traditional HR

New to HR

Many of us know the traditional “human resources” and many of us have many more assumptions on what HR professionals do. Sometimes they even deal with bonuses. While in the middle of taking care of new hire paperwork, there is an employee that needs to speak with HR.

A Day In The Life Of Traditional HR

New to HR

Many of us know the traditional “human resources” and many of us have many more assumptions on what HR professionals do. For this first hour, HR deals with all those that call or e-mail about how they are out sick and will not be coming in to work.

To Pay For Performance Without Performance Ratings, In For A Penny, In For A Pound

SuccessFactors

However, all feedback finally needs to be translated into a figure for bonus payments or salary adjustments under any pay-for-individual-performance regimes, where the available funds sensibly are confined. For more on HR trends, see 4 Best Practices To Improve Talent Calibration.

Talent and HR News Weekly Update: Employee Recognition Trends

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1) Trends in Employee Recognition from HR Trend Institute Employee recognition programs, once considered a “nice” but non-essential component of human resources, have changed dramatically over the past five years. What trends have emerged in the recent past and what do they tell us about how employee recognition programs will be defined in 2017 and beyond? The impact of financial incentives is often short-lived. So, how exactly has the world of HR changed?