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Disengagement warning signs and a preventative approach

Ceridian

As Melissa Campeau pointed out in the September issue of HR Professional Magazine, research has found that, although most company leaders agree that having employees who are engaged is important, only 30 percent of workers are. Managers affect all of these components.

Moving beyond the annual survey for better employee inspiration and engagement

Ceridian

According to Workforce magazine, employee surveys have a major weakness when it comes to engagement and creating inspired employees – they tend to make interactions between management and staff rather one-sided.

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Why “Best in Tech” Workplaces are Built on Innovation

Ultimate Software

Anyone familiar with Ultimate Software knows that our core mantra is “People First.” Today, I’m proud to announce another accolade: Computerworld magazine has named us the #1 Best Place to Work in IT among midsize tech companies. Professional Development. Developing Leaders.

Brandon Hall Group Research Highlights, July 30-August 2, 2020

Brandon Hall

A new webinar and 16 solution provider profiles illustrate how technology helps organizations manage change in learning, talent management, leadership development and workforce management. . Leadership Development. Learning & Development. Degreed offers the tools for organizations to manage and curate all of these content sources so learners don’t have to wade through a sea of irrelevant material to get what they need. Talent Management.

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

Vibe HCM

These hands-on programs include robotics, coding, computer-aided design, managing job stress, time management, and others. During my speech, and in the spirit of “giving back,” I offered all attendees free career coaching with me after the presentation.

Don’t lose the humanity in human resources and technology

Insperity

Human resources and technology are now forever linked. Over the last few decades, new technology has increasingly become a major enabler of day-to-day human resources activity. But has the proliferation of technology, and all the advantages that come with it, been at the expense of a critical driver of workplace success: Human, face-to-face interaction? The drawback of technology: Human disconnection. Business owners and managers often under-invest in HR.