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13 Employee Engagement Trends for 2020

Vantage Circle

It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change. Darwin might not have quoted the above line with respect to business, but his words seem to echo in the business world, now more than ever. The list just goes on.

10 Employee Engagement Trends for 2019

Vantage Circle

Employee engagement is a very abstract concept. It is defined as the “emotional connect” that an employee feels towards its organization. However, reports and statistics reveal some common drivers of employee engagement. And Employers must keep themselves updated on these employee engagement trends and statistics. We live in a world where trends change in the blink of an eye. Same goes for employee engagement.

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What You Should Know About Workplace Compliance Training

EverFi - HR

For most companies, the risk of litigation is often enough of an incentive to train their employees. But if employees don’t know what behavior to avoid, they are more likely to engage in conduct that crosses the line and leads to allegations of harassment that holds the employer liable. Reducing the risk of litigation is the very least that compliance training should do. Which States Require Harassment Training?

Why don’t some employees trust HR?

PeopleStrategy

As an HR manager for a successful business, it can feel overwhelming to be responsible for the well-being and performance of an entire organization. Both are dangerous to the company; they can cause widespread discontent as well as the loss of valuable employees. “More than 70% of surveyed tech employees said they didn’t trust their companies’ HR departments.” They also must derive actionable takeaways from what is learned.

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How employees respond to disruptive workplace behavior

PI Worldwide

What would you guess most employees who witness disruptive behavior at work do? This was a key finding of the recent study, Why US Workers Remain Silent About Disruptive Behavior at Work , conducted by Warble. According to the study, 63% of respondents witnessed behavior at work that was disruptive to culture, productivity, and/or the business, but did not report it to management or HR. So, why did so many employees remain silent? Get your engagement score.

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#TimesUp: What this Movement Means for Employers

HR Daily Advisor

The #MeToo movement and the continuation of it, #TimesUp, have profound implications for employers. For employers, this means there has been (or will likely be) renewed attention to workplace harassment issues, and to what the employer is doing to prevent them from happening.

6 Changes Your Company Must Make To Develop More Female Leaders

SuccessFactors

The most recent allegations of sexual harassment by management and subsequent apathy by HR at hot tech startup Uber have once again brought to the fore the lack of progress we’ve made in gender equality. To find out, you need to look at the root causes.

Fear of Retaliation in the Workplace: Assuaging Employees

EverFi - HR

According to the #MeToo Index, which tracks “high profile” incidents of sexual harassment , accusations have seemingly declined since Harvey Weinstein’s bad behaviors first surfaced in the media in October 2017, according to CBS News. Is the drop in high profile accusations good news or bad news? It could, of course, be good news if it’s a reflection of heightened awareness, better communication, and an increased response to employee complaints.

Everything to know about Human Resource Management

CuteHR

People are crucial to the success of any organization and are not merely means to achieve end objectives and goals of the company. To win the marketplace, you must first win the workplace. Recruitment is very competitive as every company wants the best candidate.

WIRTW #480 (the “another Fake ID” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Indulge me, as this morning I once again take off my employment-law blogger hat, and replace it with my proud dad / music blogger hat. Fake ID had quite the successful opening weekend of music. Discrimination. How Sensors and Data are Changing the Workplace — via TalentCulture.

WIRTW #403 (the “royals” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

One of the benefits my kids get from going to a K – 12 school is the experience of varsity high-school sports. The school is much more focused on academics and fine arts than sports. Right now, the girls’ basketball team is that team. This is the post I promised you.

Want to be a Great HR Professional in 5 Years? Master These 4 Skills

Linkedin Talent Blog

There’s arguably no department that has more to gain over the next five years than human resources (and it’s many related functions, like learning and development and recruiting). The most important on this list. and act as strategic partners to the business. “HR