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Equality, Diversity, and the Gender Pay Gap in Tech: 5 Suggestions to Help You Pay Fairly

Compensation Today

Suggestion #1: Don’t fear diversity! The truth is that the workforce is becoming larger and more diverse every year, so ignoring diversity isn’t really an option anymore. In fact, ignoring diversity is actually doing companies more harm than good.

3 Reasons Physical Offices & Face-to-Face Meetings Are Not Going Away

Workplace Psychology

Tools are important, but a successful migration also requires leadership, clear guidelines and real commitment” (Verbeemen & D’Amico, 2020). At a company level: Only 30% of senior managers feel their organization is well prepared for the rise of remote work (Future Positive Report).

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Human Resource Planning to forecast for less risky business

CuteHR

“In a future-ready organization, ‘talent’ is increasingly a metaphor for capability—at the right place, at the right time and equally, at the right price.” Our world is going through metamorphic changes in technology. Adept to technology changes.

100 SHRM Chapter Seminar Program Ideas

UpstartHR

How to make succession management a success. How to create a common sense dress guideline. How to develop a diverse workforce. 12 points to consider in your change management planning. Creating a passionate, productive workforce. How to manage the email monster and get more done. 3 easy ways to turn managers into leaders. Oscar the Grouch: How to manage negative employees. How to manage employees on FMLA leave.

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People Analytics: Ethical Considerations

Analytics in HR

Employee data tells a story about the organization’s workforce – how employees spend their time, how productive they are, and how different factors contribute to their output. For example, to assess productivity, Worksmart by Crossover takes photos of employees at their desks every 10 minutes. However, since this declaration was written in 1948, the information landscape has drastically changed. Is it reasonable for them to use it to evaluate employees’ productivity?