Mon.Apr 06, 2020

How Experience Management can keep a pulse on your supply chain


With the changing landscape around COVID-19, we’ve launched a free product to help organizations better understand the current and future risk to their supply chains. The Supply Continuity Pulse is part of our Here to Help effort during these difficult times as we look to use the power of Experience Management (XM) to help organizations and individuals around the world. How does XM help supply chains?

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Paid Leave in the Era of COVID-19


The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is challenging us all in ways we could never imagine. More employers are reevaluating their paid leave policies to address the spread of COVID-19 and as a part of their business plan. Until four weeks ago, the national debate focused on addressing paid family leave in the United States. Coming off what was a successful year financially for most employers, business leaders were looking at additional ways to be competitive in a tight labor market.


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Welcome to the Future of Work

Achievers - Recruiting

The future of work was supposed to be something that was always coming but never arrived. Thought leaders and experts would talk about the ‘future of work’ as a concept – nothing more than a device to help us better prepare to leap into the next chapter of our life and business. And yet in March of 2020, with what seems like little warning, the future of work arrived, immediately changing the game for millions overnight.

5 Pro Tips for Quickly Pivoting to a Virtual Employee Onboarding Process

ExactHire HR Trends

The new normal of living amidst the COVID-19 global pandemic is causing many employers to adopt new business processes…and to adopt them quite quickly. For those organizations who are fortunate enough to continue hiring new employees, one of those business processes is to learn how to correctly onboard remote employees in a distributed workforce. A hastily created employee onboarding process will put new hires at risk of feeling disconnected from their work and organization.

CFO’s Guide to Building an HR Team with Limited Time, Budget and Resources

Building the ideal HR team doesn’t happen overnight—especially when CFOs have limited time, budget and resources. But our new guide can give you advice on where to start and key focus areas you need to know. Download our guide today!

WOH 79: How Employers Are Responding to Shutdowns, Quarantines, and Coronavirus


“As the head of HR, I’m now suddenly expected to be a doctor, virologist, and epidemiologist.” ” . That quote came from a discussion with an HR leader in the last few days, and it clearly outlines what many companies are going through right now.

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How To Decrease Stress Of Your Employees?

Get Hppy

According to the latest statistics, an average American changes his job 10-12 times during his career. This is one of the reasons that top companies are doing everything they can to provide fantastic work conditions to all their employees, especially their “A-players.” ” However, despite having great conditions, working for big corporations or fast-growing start-ups is far from relaxed. As this research shows, employees are burning out faster than ever before.

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COVID-19: It's Probably Time You Doubled Down Professionally On You.

The HR Capitalist

Here we are - calendar dates vary widely, but by mid week, I'll be entering week 4 of my personal decision to shelter in place. I say personal decision because like a lot of states, mine was a bit late to the whole "mandate" thing. COVID-19 sucks. I hope you're healthy. If you're not or you're taking care of people who aren't healthy, godspeed to you. . With that in mind, I'm going to switch gears and talk about everybody else.

Business survival planning in a crisis: Lessons from the front lines


But you can make better, smarter decisions when equipped with the knowledge and expertise of those who have been there in the past – be it the subprime mortgage crisis of 2007-2008 that led to the Great Recession or the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s and 1990s. Kevin Hancock of the Hancock Lumber Company shared one of his favorite quotes with us in terms of business survival planning: “In this life, there will be lessons. Those lessons shall be repeated until they are learned.”.

what’s reasonable for managers to expect of parents working from home?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: What are reasonable expectations for managers whose employees are now working from home? For myself, I can adhere to my normal schedule while homebound, but I have a great employee who, having gone above and beyond in normal times, pleads child care issues now that she is home. She is productive, but putting off some time-sensitive tasks because her toddler demands her time. Her husband is also at home.

The Role of Human Resources in Workplace Safety

While it may seem obvious to say that safety is important for any company to embrace, making it a priority as an HR representative will not only be beneficial to your employees but to your bottom line too. Download this whitepaper to learn more!

How to succeed in remote onboarding?


Working remotely is now increasing faster than ever. This sudden and rapid transformation in the ways we work has forced many companies to rethink and adapt their processes. Many companies are now thinking how to engage employees remotely ? How to provide employees with the right tools for working remotely ? And how to communicate and lead the team that all of a sudden had to transition into a remote setting?

6 Benefits of eSignature Software in the Education Industry


People working in an education sector are often overwhelmed by tedious and time-consuming paperwork. Most educational institutions are looking for ways to incorporate new technologies in order to streamline how they operate at the educational and administrative levels. Plus, students as well as parents are increasingly are becoming more technologically aware and are looking into the future for an entirely new digitized experience.

10 Tips for Creating a Flexible Workplace

Sterling Check

How to give workers freedom without compromising productivity. From a work perspective, one of the biggest outcomes of the COVID-19 crisis we are facing today will be the desire for people to view flexible work schedules as the norm for business. It’s likely, too, that the longer people remain away from office settings, the more a considerably more flexible arrangement will suit them.

As Employees Remain Home, Work-Life Balance Suffers


In the past several weeks, new social distancing measures related to COVID-19 have temporarily moved employees around the world out of their normal workplaces and offices. As a result, remote work has exponentially increased, and it’s having a massive effect on employees’ work habits and lifestyle. Facts and Research


Five Reasons Leaders Invest in Language Training

Communication is the lifeforce of any company. Without it, productivity, employee happiness, and ultimately your business suffers. Investing in language learning better positions global business leaders to see gains in organizational effectiveness as a result.

Tips for Onboarding Remote New Hires

Sterling Check

There is no question that we are in an unprecedented time in our world’s history in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. The longer our world faces a situation in which we must all avoid grouping together, the more likely remote employment will become more standard for many organizations. It’s thus more crucial than ever to follow best practices when onboarding new employees that will work outside of the office.

The Secret of Setting Goals for Human Resources and Leadership Teams


Goal setting is critical no matter what role you are in, personally as well as professionally. This is especially true for human resources and leadership teams, as the spotlight has shifted over the past decade to focus more on HR as a change agent within organizations. We’re not only setting goals for ourselves, but we’re also helping and teaching others to do the same. Goal Setting Is a Soft Skill Critical for Your HR and Leadership Teams.

To Love and to Serve: Cultivating Beauty in Times of Grief


My dear friend—a woman who has faced more loss and heartache in her thirty-nine years than many of us will in a lifetime—masterfully dedicates her life to serving others. The post To Love and to Serve: Cultivating Beauty in Times of Grief appeared first on PayActiv. Blog covid19


Ageism; a True Life Lesson in Trivia


“This phenomenon with Betty White is so wonderfully amazing. In a world where ageism runs rampant, out of left field, all of a sudden, the country decides to celebrate Betty White, and she becomes. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR age ageism bias culture discrimination hr lessons Workplace workplace discrimination

2021 Recruitment Strategies: Work Smarter Not Harder

Hours spent sourcing. Constantly checking different recruiting channels. Sifting through a sea of resumes. There’s no denying that the current hiring landscape is fragmented, complex, and full of frustrations. As you plan for 2021, take a moment to reflect on your current strategies and evaluate how you can work smarter, not harder in the new year. Download our guide where we break down different stages of the recruitment journey—and share several potential paths to hiring success.

Peer Coaching: Benefits and Best Practices

Digital HR Tech

Peer coaching can be a powerful form of learning and development. In this article, we’ll zoom in on this type of coaching in the workplace. We’ll take a look at its definition, benefits, and share a couple of best practices. Content What is peer coaching? A definition The benefits of coaching in the workplace Peer coaching best practices Wrap-up FAQ. What is peer coaching? A definition.

7 Surprising Facts about Employee Productivity


It’s no secret that companies thrive on how well their employees work and how efficiently they are. Employee productivity plays a major role in how much a company can realistically grow. However, productivity itself relies on many factors, including employee engagement, how motivated and happy employees are, and how satisfied they are with their work and job. Topic: Performance Management

How to Coach Your Team to Overcome Obstacles

Partners in Leadership

Help your team choose optimism, even when it can’t be justified. The post How to Coach Your Team to Overcome Obstacles appeared first on Culture Management Experts. Accountability Insights Coaching Leadership Development

Work-from-home mandates create cybersecurity concerns


With the number of coronavirus cases continuing to climb, more employees are working from home than ever before. According to a flash survey of the CNBC Technology Executive Council conducted in March, 85% have at least half of their workforces working from home, and 25% of organizations are now entirely remote. That has cybersecurity experts concerned.

The Pro’s Guide To Getting The Best ROI From Your New LMS

You need a Learning Management System when your courses and training programs need to be accessible online. Quickly build the perfect business case and easily determine which LMS will provide the best return on investment you need with this how-to eBook!

Why Small Acts of Kindness Matter Now More Than Ever

Thrive Global

Wherever you live, you may have noticed people in your community, city, or even your block being a bit more thoughtful, a little more kind. One of the upsides of this global crisis is that even though we are following physical distancing mandates, a sense of community and caring is taking hold. Giving to others answers our need for human connection — and it’s a powerful form of self-care as well.

How to Establish a COVID-19 Safety Policy

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The spread of COVID-19 is changing how we all operate, and businesses are no exception. With cases mounting across the United States, we’re watching the “world’s largest work-from-home experiment” unfold. Many companies that normally work in office spaces are requiring employees to work remotely, including Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Twitter, and my own company, Influence & Co.

is it weird to vape on a Zoom call, should you go to grad school to avoid a bad job market, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Is it weird to vape on a Zoom call? I am one of the many students whose classes have all been moved online for the remainder of the semester, but I am in grad school, so many of my colleagues (including me) worked for a time before coming back to school. One of my colleagues regularly vapes on camera during our Zoom classes! I feel like this is really weird and distracting and am hoping for your take. It’s weird and distracting.

File for Unemployment NOW: Your Five Minute Pep Talk

A Slice of HR

Those of you who live in Cincinnati might remember the iconic Jim Beam plant north of downtown on I-75. Before it closed in 2012, I'd worked there for several years in the HR department. It was my “dream job:” Strong company, cool product, caring leadership. Not to mention amicable union relationships and friendly, hard-working coworkers. (I

Use Chaos to Build a Stronger Organization

Speaker: Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer & Managing Partner at Sapient Insights Group

As we look to tomorrow, it is time to ask ourselves what lessons have we learned and how do we create flexible organizations that can survive what the future holds. Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer for Sapient Insights Group, will share insights, data, and tools that are helping organizations adapt and even thrive in this difficult environment. She’ll discuss the emerging trends in the Learning technology market, and how these exciting new approaches to creating micro, adaptive, and personalized content is changing the face of workforce development while creating strong connections to business outcomes.

The Dos and Don'ts for Employees Working Remotely

Vantage Circle

We all are dealing with an unprecedented situation because of COVID19 today. Workers from all around the globe are working remotely and trying to adapt to the remote work culture. Remote working has its perks, and it gives you the flexibility to finish your tasks. But to be more productive in this work culture, you must understand the dos and don'ts. And if you are new to this evolving paradigm, all you need is the right principles and guidelines to keep going.

Client Success Story: Overcoming Career Setbacks as a Boomer


Finding yourself out of a job — whether it’s from a layoff, a permanent staff reduction, or being let go — is just a fact of life in business. It happens. When you’re in early or mid career, being on the receiving end of that pink slip is no fun, but it’s easier to bounce back and find another job because those early and mid-career jobs are more plentiful. When you’re a baby boomer, and a CEO, finding yourself jobless feels a little more complicated.

What Our Body Clocks Can Tell Us About the Way We Work

Thrive Global

We can’t stretch time. When I ask students or people in an audience what the number 168 means they often look blank. It is the number of hours in the week. It is almost as if we have become so in thrall to large numbers of data and digital limitlessness that a small, fixed number feels confusing – and way too small. But it’s the reality. The complexity of modern life eats into time, rather than keeping things simple. Research shows that the average internet user spends six hours a day online.