Embracing Ethical Wellness: The Employee Health Program Code of Conduct

Quizzify

The Employee Health Code of Conduct , co-authored by our very own Al Lewis, calls for employee wellness programs to commit to the improvement of employee health while avoiding harmful practices. There is a broad and enthusiastic support within the industry for such a code,” says Al. “It Our choices and frequencies of screenings are consistent with United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), CDC guidelines, and Choosing Wisely.

Training New Employees Effectively: All You Need to Know to Start

Analytics in HR

Training new employees is critical to new hires succeeding in their role. The one thing new hires and their hiring managers have in common is their excitement to get the job done. However, setting up your new employees for success means properly training them.

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Skills For Care: The Charity Setting Care Standards – A Guide

uRoster

Skills for Care is the charity at the heart of adult social care workforce development in England. The Skills for Care Care Certificate and Code of Conduct set the standard for adult social care. What is the Care Certificate?

What leaders can do about workplace factionalism

Insperity

What happens when two teams in the same company can’t – or won’t – work together? All of these situations and behaviors can create problems, which can be exacerbated further when leadership styles clash between leaders of different teams. The answer, fortunately, is yes.

Workday Named One of the World’s Most Ethical Companies

Workday

We’re delighted to be named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices. Out of 135 honorees, Workday is one of four companies in the software and services industry to receive this distinction, and we believe it reflects our commitment to our values. . Compete fairly and honestly, especially with respect to intellectual property.

What leaders can do about tribalism in the workplace

Insperity

What happens when two teams in the same company can’t – or won’t – work together? All of these situations and behaviors can create problems, which can be exacerbated further when leadership styles clash between leaders of different teams. The answer, fortunately, is yes.

Chris Bastian of SCTE: “Education”

Thrive Global

Technology is moving at such an accelerated pace, you need to keep up with the latest trends and protocols, through coursework, webinars, conferences, etc. 5 G infrastructure is being installed around the world. At the same time, most people have not yet seen what 5G can offer.

How to negotiate a higher salary

HR Digest

Let’s first set the record straight. Salary negotiation is a completely normal and acceptable part of the employment process. Your salary is more than a figure that gets deposited in the bank account. It costs the U.S. Do research on the job position.

HRMS Success: How To Manage Human Resources In 2021

SwipeClock

Welcome to the Swipeclock guide to Human Resources Management Systems for small businesses ! Table of Contents. A 5-Step Guide to Choosing the Right HRMS. A Human Resources Management System (HRMS) is the most effective small business HR software for hourly workforces.

A Managers Guide to Employee Motivation (Tips)

EmployeeConnect

Employee motivation is an amalgamation of a number of factors such as the energy level, creativity, and commitment that an employee brings to the table at the workplace. However, employee motivation is a crucial factor because a low employee motivation is certainly not healthy for the overall growth of the organization. Listed below are a couple of factors that encourage motivation at the workplace.

Benefits of Cloud Computing in HR

MapHR

The cloud. It’s not a relatively new concept for the world, but for HR, the benefits of cloud computing are still catching on. The supporters of the technology claim it boosts performance, helps recruit the best talent, increases employee engagement, betters innovation and organizes data. It’s also said cloud computing has helped close the communication gap that exists between HR teams, employees, and management.

11 Ways to Avoid Interviewer Bias in Your Selection Process

Digital HR Tech

Hiring managers and recruiters want to find the right person as fast as possible and fill the position. However, the “right person” can sometimes be lost through interviewer bias. Types of interviewer bias Ways to avoid interviewer bias in your selection process 1.

10 Places to Find US: 2019 HR Trends Edition

Ultimate Software

Back in 2017, we debuted our “10 Places to Find US” series, designed to showcase some of the most pertinent thought leadership and news in the HR community. But before embarking on entrepreneurship, she (like most of us) experienced gender bias and inequality.

Develop an Organizational Culture and Understand It’s Implications

CuteHR

It is the people that make an organization. Even by hiring the best talent, putting in the necessary effort and walking an extra mile for their growth, development, training or onboarding won’t suffice, if organizational culture is not conducive enough.

Leading Vendors Announce Quizzify Partnerships to Satisfy Forthcoming Wellness Incentive Rules

Quizzify

Quizzify is announcing agreements today with four cutting-edge partners to serve as value-added resellers, and provide them with a “safe harbor” following the recent dramatic and surprising federal court ruling in AARP v. The ruling upends the wellness industry by proscribing “voluntary” incentives for screenings and health risk assessments as of January 2019. It is also very impressive that these partners immediately understood the significance of AARP v.

Leslie Yerkes of of Catalyst Consulting Group: Giving Feedback; How To Be Honest Without Being Hurtful

Thrive Global

Progress is making your way through the challenges and mistakes and picking up the learning along the way. As a part of our series about “How To Give Honest Feedback without Being Hurtful”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Leslie Yerkes. Less of….?

GM Culture Crisis Case Study - A Tragedy and Missed Opportunity

Culture University

The following thorough post is a combination of two prior guest posts to Switch & Shift plus additional updates after Mary Barra's second appearance before a House subcommittee. The Background. “Most importantly it’s leadership at the top.

ROAR Uncovers the Secret to Organizational Resiliency

Saba

That journey to organizational resiliency is chronicled in Roar: How to Build a Resilient Organization the World-Famous San Diego Zoo Way. The book is authored by Sandy Asch (left) — an internationally recognized speaker and author — and by Tim Mulligan (right) — CHRO for SDZG. SDZG is a longtime Halogen customer , and so we asked Tim a few questions about ROAR and how other organizations can adopt some of the best practices shared in the book.

9 ways to boost participation in employee social networks

Davis & Company

Over the past 10 years, the options for employee social networks (ESNs) have multiplied: there are desktop social apps, information sharing platforms and team collaboration solutions. But despite the innovative features and personalized widgets these services provide, many communicators are disappointed to find that employees remain hesitant to participate. The movie Field of Dreams taught us that “If you build it, they will come.” Provide up-to-the-second news.

Why Using Data Is Your Key to Increasing Diversity, According to This Tech Leader

Linkedin Talent Blog

I’ve been black in tech for a long time,” says Leslie , who has worked for the Obama Foundation and was an engineering director and manager at Slack, Twitter, Apple, and Google. He believes speaking out about diversity has hurt his career, and he’s not alone: studies show that people of color and women are penalized for promoting diversity , while white men tend to get rewarded for the same behavior, Leslie explained at LinkedIn’s recent Talent Intelligence Experience in New York City.

EEO Trumps Google Employee’s Free Expression

HR Daily Advisor

In addition to the important societal issues Google’s action implicates, it raises interesting labor and employment law questions about how far employees can go in speaking their minds to oppose workplace diversity. Historically, Google has promoted a workplace culture of openness and encouraged the free exchange of views. On the one hand, doing nothing would cast doubt on Google’s commitment to diversity and could be seen as condoning Damore’s views.