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5 Reasons to Employee Training And Development

Vantage Circle

According to a report by Training Magazine, companies in the U.S. billion on training and development programs for employees. The reason behind this is simple, organizations now have realized the importance of employee training and development. The general notion of employee training has taken a shift, and organizations are now more eager to spend on employee training and development. The 5 Reasons To Employee Training And Development.

Going Beyond Basic Benefits

HRO Today

Organizations are starting to offer packages that support the complex lives of employees. Today’s employees do not leave their lives at the door— they bring their whole selves to work. And increasingly, they expect their employers to offer a diverse range of benefits that support them physically, emotionally, socially, and financially. Caring for children, helping an aging parent, dealing with medical issues—all these things can be overwhelming and distracting for employees.

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Corporate Social Responsibility: One of the Key Drivers of Employee Engagement

Vibe HCM

This guest blog has been provided by Kevin Sheridan, best-selling author and innovator in the field of Employee Engagement. This interaction with some of our nation’s serving military got me thinking about a key, and often forgotten, driver of employee engagement: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). During my speech, and in the spirit of “giving back,” I offered all attendees free career coaching with me after the presentation. s top 100 experts on Employee Engagement.

Why HR is Important – Even for Startups

marenated HR

In fact, leaders typically will tap into their personal networks until they reach 50-70 employees. When you have more than a handful of employees, that trail becomes increasingly complex. When you have more than a handful of employees, HR can help with the various compliance complexities. But because many tasks, like payroll, can be completed automatically through software, many startups default to self-maintenance. We use KinHR to administer benefits.

Why HR is Important – Even for Startups

marenated HR

In fact, leaders typically will tap into their personal networks until they reach 50-70 employees. When you have more than a handful of employees, that trail becomes increasingly complex. When you have more than a handful of employees, HR can help with the various compliance complexities. But because many tasks, like payroll, can be completed automatically through software, many startups default to self-maintenance. We use KinHR to administer benefits.