5 Eye-Opening HR Stats: Why Employee Recognition Matters


Employees are arguably the most important component of a successful business. Employees put a human face on the product, build relationships with customers, and define the work culture that feeds business performance – yet 32% of companies struggle to retain top talent. In fact, a recent Achievers’ study found that employees have a deep desire for recognition, with 93% hoping to be recognized at least once a quarter. By: Sarah Clayton.

HR Trends to Watch in 2020


HR and workplace culture have undergone an unprecedented wave of changes during the last decade. But this new decade is going to bring even more challenges for HR. Generation Z – the rising workforce. For starters, a new generation is on the horizon.

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45 HR Trends and Predictions to Watch Out For in 2019


The Human Resource industry has gone through massive evolutions over the past decades. And 2019 will be another big year for the HR. There will be a renewed focus on employee productivity and well-being, and the rise of AI-driven HR tech will make the HR more agile and efficient. Below are the 2019 HR trends and predictions we’ve compiled from all over the Internet. Increased focus on employee engagement.

Top HR Trends for 2016 with an Eye to the Future


With the sands of 2016 close to completing their journey through the pinched middle of the proverbial hourglass, it is only natural to consider what 2017 has in store. But before the future becomes the present, learning what trends emerged in the HR space in 2016 might help inform, and better prepare us for what’s to come. A More Diverse and Employee-Centric Workplace. All About Employee Engagement.

[Report] 3 New Global HR Trends from Globoforce & RES Forum


If you’ve been following the Globoforce blog these past few months, you may recall that we recently published a report with findings from the 2016 SHRM/Globoforce employee recognition survey. The report is packed with new insights on workforce challenges from HR leaders and practitioners in the United States. Do these trends in employee recognition, performance management, retention, and engagement look different outside of the U.S.?

3 Employee Engagement and Recognition Predictions for 2017


Many of the emerging HR trends for 2017 are being driven by the millennial generation. Now representing the largest portion of the workforce , millennials value different things when it comes to their careers. What they want and what they look for — things like being recognized and making an immediate impact — have created a strong demand for employee engagement and recognition platforms that many leading companies are now adopting.

Where HR Tech Is Headed


Are you ready for the future of human resources? HR tech is “on the precipice of a total reinvention,” according to Josh Bersin, author of a pivotal Bersin by Deloitte report. The amount of resources being poured into that market bears out his statement: He notes that in 2015 alone, investors sank $2.4 billion into HR tech vendors, a figure that represents a 60 percent increase over the previous year. Analytics Help You Predict Behavior Trends.

A Brief History and Future of HR Technology


If the Terminator film saga (and to a lesser extent, Stephen King’s Maximum Overdrive ) taught me anything, is that it’s better to welcome the evolution of technology than be on the other side. Similar to the technical enhancements made to the cybernetic endo-skeletal T-100 in the first Terminator that begat the liquid alloy T-1000 of T2 fame, HR technology has seen a number of improvements in recent years that have made a world of difference.→

10 Scary HR Stats That’ll Make You Howl This Halloween


Skeletons in closets, magic disappearing acts, and people masquerading as someone else: Is Halloween coming or is it just the normal everyday stuff of HR nightmares? This year, avoid spooky business in the office by brushing up on these important HR trends. #1: A recent survey by Leadership IQ reported that, “46 percent of newly hired employees will fail within 18 months.” 4: The Global Market Beckons, But Your Office May Be a Ghost Town.

Engage Blog: Top 10 HR Blogs of 2016


Every time a new year rolls around, I like to reflect on the previous year. For Achievers and the Engage Blog, 2016 was extremely eventful. From the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces Awards Gala to a stellar lineup of speaking sessions, ACE 2016 brought together a Who’s Who of top performers and thought leaders in the HR and employee engagement space. If you weren’t able to make our biggest event of the year last year, no worries. By: Kellie Wong.

5 Biggest Challenges for HR Leadership Teams

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Human Resources (HR) is a complex profession (but that’s what you like about it, right?) and the challenges you face come from many directions. As a seasoned HR professional and the Chief People and Culture Officer at Achievers, I understand the challenges that come with being an HR leader. Below, I share five of the biggest challenges for HR leadership teams. Improving employee retention. Keeping employees engaged.

Understand Important HR Trends in 5 Minutes


If you missed Paycor’s Fall HR and Compliance Web Summit, we’ve got you covered. For detailed action plans on how to find more qualified talent, navigating compliance uncertainty and increasing employee engagement, check out full recordings from each session. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find: Critical components of the recruiting process. What CEOs wish HR would do. Employee Engagement 101. What keeps HR pros up at night? The stakes are high.

How to Get Executives On Board with Employee Rewards and Recognition Programs


Donald Clifton’s book How Full Is Your Bucket revealed the number one reason people leave their jobs is because they don’t feel appreciated. But there’s a proven way to address this problem: focus on employee engagement. According to a Harvard Business Review study , 71% of respondents rank employee engagement as very important to achieving overall organizational success and recognition happens to be the #1 driver of employee engagement.

Employee Engagement Goals for Managers


We know that, if there’s anything that makes a manager’s job less stressful, it’s having a team full of engaged employees! Engaged employees keep the fire of inspiration burning. They contribute quality work to the team and outperform disengaged employees, simply because they are invested in work that is of high value to clients, the company, their leaders and peers. Based on current HR Trends, we’ve come up with three.

Employee Engagement Strategy: “3 Ways to Improve Employee Engagement in Your Organization” by Marie Johnson

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Employee Engagement Strategy: Improving Work with Marie Johnson. Our Incentive rewards inspire motivation in your participants and produce the most ROI for your brand. Choose from online rewards or gift and debit card rewards. Motivating since 1994 - Our mission is simple - to inspire growth for our clients and employees. Learn more about what sets us apart & why our clients choose our incentive programs to grow their business.

5 Employee Engagement Predictions for 2018


Employee engagement is critical to retention. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the median period people stay in their jobs is just over four years. Broaden this to all millennials, and you’ve got a group that’s even more on the move – a scary prospect given they make up roughly a third of today’s U.S. Read on for 5 employee engagement predictions – and they’re just the tip of the iceberg. Employee Engagement Deniers, Seek Help Now.

5 Employee Engagement Predictions for 2018


Employee engagement is critical to retention. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the median period people stay in their jobs is just over four years. Broaden this to all millennials, and you’ve got a group that’s even more on the move – a scary prospect given they make up roughly a third of today’s U.S. Read on for 5 employee engagement predictions – and they’re just the tip of the iceberg. Employee Engagement Deniers, Seek Help Now.

overcoming new (and old) hr challenges: webinar recap

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The rise of remote work. The employee-led economy. The business world today is changing at an unprecedented pace. As we enter 2016, the global workforce is increasingly diverse, bringing new challenges and opportunities for leaders and HR professionals. HR leaders are tasked with attracting and retaining top talent for their organizations, and inspiring employees to innovate and make a difference. Generational differences.

The Current State of Employee Engagement and How to Make It Better


How happy and engaged are our employees? It’s an important question that every business should want to know the answer to. We hate to break it to you, but according to our latest employee survey , 51% of employees are not happy at work. The less happy and engaged your employees are, the less productive your business will be as a whole. Start focusing on how to make your employees more engaged for better business outcomes.

7 Unexpected Employee Performance Management Trends To Watch For In 2019


While this seems obvious, companies didn’t always focus on employee performance management to stimulate growth and satisfaction as they do now. Developments in this area over the last few years have brought this truism home like never before. As a result, businesses recognize that to stay competitive, they must find ways to bring out their employees’ best performance, by ensuring that they feel a sense of belonging and purpose. 1) Finding The Leverage & Developing Trust.

2020 HR Industry Trends and Insights


It’s in the nature of HR to change and adapt to the current events that impact our employees. So, what are HR professionals thinking about? What are the top HR trends in 2020? We wanted to understand who HR leaders are, what’s changed about their interests, challenges, and responsibilities, and where they find trustworthy information. HR Interests, Responsibilities, and Challenges in 2020. HR Community Learning Trends.

Solutions to your top 5 Employee Success challenges


Recently, we asked our readers to share their biggest challenges around creating a culture of Employee Success, and it seems that for many companies, implementing a successful program is almost too daunting to contemplate. We don’t have time to recognize our employees. About a third of our readers said they didn’t have enough time to recognize their employees. Roll out your program with clear communication and enthusiasm, and your employees will meet you halfway.

6 Hot Digital Workplace Trends from Gartner


Workers increasingly expect a consumer-like experience in the workplace, as WorkHuman 2017 speaker Jeanne Meister outlined in her guest post a few months back. From initial hire through onboarding and continuous development, cutting-edge, easy-to-use technology continues to be at the center of a positive work experience. HR and/or IT groups are often responsible for introducing and integrating these new technologies into the greater organization.

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10 Blogs to Make you a Better HR Leader - Sapling Blog


People Operations is going through a transformation and there’s a wealth of information available to help us cross the chasm from an Administrative to Strategic-focused function, though at times it can be overwhelming to find a strong signalnoise ratio.To support our community becoming better and more innovative HR leaders, we syndicated a list of some of Sapling’s favorite HR blogs. Their blog will teach you how to craft an innovative recognition program.

[Webinar] Stepping Up Global Recognition at Schneider Electric


Learn how Schneider Electric is building a culture of appreciation in our webinar next week. In the five years we’ve conducted the SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey, employee retention/turnover has nearly doubled as a top concern for HR professionals. Fortune” listed retention as a top concern this year and in the United Kingdom, companies are more concerned about staff turnover than the impact of Brexit.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]


There are a ton of great HR/Recruitment blogs. But which ones get the most traction and are right for you? We’ve compiled a list of the top 100 HR blogs by organic traffic they receive via Google and search engines (see Methodology below). HR Blog. HR Blog.

Top 17 Hr Blogs that you must follow in 2019


In the beginning, whenever people discuss the topic of HR, it was mostly offline. Issues centred around leave, payroll, policymaking, training, and recruitment were only in the paper and publications. We were hoping for the best, and things changed. Technology and social media happened, and as a result, there was a need to evolve with the world. Today, many HR blogs assist you in building your knowledge base. HR Zone. HR Capitalist.

Fond of Work: Exploring New Ideas in HR with Amy Hanlon-Rodemich, Chief People Officer at GlobalLogic


HR leaders are what drive innovation, and in a changing HR landscape, highlighting their thoughts on the industry is more important than ever. Fond of Work is an interview series that connects HR leaders with readers like you to provide insights on the latest HR trends, updates, and challenges. Fond of Work explores why HR innovators love their jobs and what’s rapidly changing in the space. . How did you first get into the HR space?