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Retirement Planning for Millennials: How Employers Can Help


Quick look: There are 56 million millennials in the U.S. workforce, the oldest of which are now in their 40s. Expected Social Security cuts and continual inflation means the time is now for this segment to prioritize preparing for their retirement.

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5 Tips for Successful Mass Onboarding

Essium HRM

When you need to onboard en masse, you’ll face unique challenges that don’t occur when you bring in a single new hire at a time. Fortunately, it’s possible to plan for any of the problematic aspects, allowing you to stay on target.


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7 Ways to Prevent Employee Ghosting


So, you’re ready to send an offer to a candidate, but you receive crickets to your request to set up a final call? Or maybe your new team member never showed up to work? You could even find that a current employee slowly fades away and stops showing up to work.

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4 Ways Companies Can Turn the Page on Turnover


It takes a lot of work to hire a new employee. Just think of all of that time and effort spent writing job descriptions, sourcing candidates, hosting interviews and making difficult decisions! At the end of all of it, everyone involved should have a cause for celebration.

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HR Playbook: How Paycor Helps You Manage Compliance Risk

There are few certainties in life. Death. Taxes. Changing compliance laws. Keeping up is a full-time job many companies can’t staff. That’s why finding the right HR provider is critical. Learn how Paycor helps you stay ahead. Download the guide today!

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Quiet quitting: if you can’t beat them, roll with them


Jordan Hart at Business Insider defines quiet quitting as “refusing to do more work than they’re being compensated for.”. The Washington Post reported that Kathy Kacher, founder of Career/Life Alliance Services, describes quiet quitting as a synonym for employee disengagement.

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HRDs reveal how to prevent burnout in HR

TLNT: The Business of HR

You probably know it already: HR professionals are great at looking after other people’s health and wellbeing. But when it comes to looking after their own, working long hours and feeling burned out are a real danger.

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Time management techniques to improve productivity and reduce burnout

Business Management Daily

Good time management is one of the most important skills that you can develop in your life and career. It can help employees and business owners improve their own productivity and better work towards long-term goals.

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The Importance of Pre-Onboarding for New Hires and How to Make It Successful


The first few weeks or months of employment are essential for any new hire’s journey. The post The Importance of Pre-Onboarding for New Hires and How to Make It Successful appeared first on SutiSoft.

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Hey CEOs: You Aren’t Qualified to Decide Who Should Return to the Office (i4cp login required)


I'm flabbergasted at how divisive "return to office" discussions have become. One senior executive recently said to me "it's more emotionally charged than layoffs." Many have told me they will quit rather than be forced to work onsite, and others have refused to take a job for the same reason.

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Reworked CONNECT - Empowering the Modern Workforce | May 10-12, 2023, Austin, TX

Speaker: Kristine Dery, Professor of Work, Technology and Innovation, and Academic Research Affiliate at MIT-CISR; Dion Hinchliffe, Chief Technology Officer at Constellation Research

Reworked CONNECT is a must-attend conference for HR professionals looking to stay ahead of the curve in the ever-evolving world of work. See the latest trends, technologies, and strategies powering today's most successful workplaces. Secure your conference pass today!

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What You Need to Know About Monkeypox

First Stop Health

Monkeypox is a rapidly spreading virus. This virus is very similar to the smallpox virus and is being heavily researched right now. Here’s what you should know about monkeypox. Patients

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Best States to Start a Cannabis Business


When you launch a cannabis business, you’ll need to research critical information around costs, including the cheapest state to open a dispensary and other factors that affect your business.

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HRWS (Chart): Tracking Unemployment Rate Changes from June to July 2022

HR Workplace Services

Click the link below to view the HR Workplace Services (HRWS) Chart, tracking Unemployment Rate Changes from June to July 2022 (statistically significant states): HRWS Unemployment Chart June to July22. About HRWS. HR Workplace Services, Inc.

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How to respond to ‘quiet quitting’ at work

Sonic Boom

How to respond to ‘quiet quitting’ at work. What is quiet quitting? Leave it to TikTok to bring the latest catchphrase to the forefront of every headline — quiet quitting. It sounds like people are leaving their jobs without notifying anyone, right?

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Secrets to the Switch: Choosing the Best HR Software in 2023

Speaker: Patrick Sayers - President, Newcastle Research

Join Patrick Sayers, president of Newcastle Research, to learn the biggest mistakes to avoid when switching your HR software and gain insights into the most important things companies consider on the path to a successful HR technology strategy.

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my manager says my shyness is seen as rudeness

Ask a Manager

This post, my manager says my shyness is seen as rudeness , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I received an email today from my manager that I am feeling a bit upset about. Here is the situation.

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Is working from home greener than being in the office?

HR Zone

Business How to 'green-up' your business

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Make Time for Coaching and Development


Make a Habit of Personal Development. As leaders in business, we’ve been in a near constant pivot for the last few years. If you’ve made it this far, your personal development may be in need of some love and attention. Have no fear, you are certainly not alone.

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Why You Should Hire “Unqualified” Candidates

Evil HR Lady

You are not a perfect boss, and you don’t run a perfect company. It may be your baby, and you would like to think it’s perfect (just as all parents believe their babies are the most beautiful baby ever), but the reality is, your company is just average.

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Creating Benefits Flexibility Your Employees Will Value

Speaker: Alex Anderson - Total Rewards Strategist at Lockton Companies | Leo Tokar - President, People Solutions and Partner at Lockton Companies

Join two total rewards experts, Alex Anderson and Leo Tokar, for an in depth discussion on how your organization can implement transparent and flexible benefits and compensation plans.

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Doug Dennerline and Stacey Harris on adopting a new model for people-centric performance management


Traditional performance management techniques are more than 70 years old, and they’re not built for the way we work now. To address today’s HR challenges, you need a performance management model that puts people first.

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The 5 Types of Power Effective Leaders Use


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How to Combat Employee Burnout [2022]


While work-related stress isn't new, employee burnout resulting from chronic stress is on the rise. In fact, the World Health Organization declared burnout to be an occupational phenomenon in 2019 due to its increased prevalence in the workplace.

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Coaching During Crisis: Research Proves Value as Tool to Support Employees


We can all agree that the macro-environment today is challenging — for organizations and individuals. Research & Insights Coaching Business

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Onboarding Retrospective - A Different Path to Better Onboarding Experiences

Speaker: Carrie Missele - Practice Lead, Learning and Development at Inspirant Group

In this webinar, Carrie Missele will walk you through the process of developing an effective onboarding program that leads to a happy a happy new hire!

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Is Targeting Perfectionism Impeding Being Purposefully Present?

Babette Ten Haken - Human Capital & Industrial IoT

Initially, there’s a high probability you will lose your balance when learning to ride a 2-wheel bicycle. Also, there’s a high probability that you will fall off the bike and land on the pavement. So, what will you do next?

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can I push back on in-office work?

Ask a Manager

This post, can I push back on in-office work? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I’m wondering how much I can reasonably push back when a manager refuses to consider a hybrid work schedule.

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How to Make a Job Posting Stand Out – A Provider’s Perspective

Hospital Recruiting

No one can argue that nowadays when it comes to hiring, times are tough. There are more jobs than employees to fill them, and this problem is only more pronounced in the world of healthcare.

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Can You Predict Employee Retention?


Having the ability to pinpoint how many employees will leave and how many will stay at your organization within the next year would be incredibly helpful.

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What You Really Need to Know to Build an Effective Global Hiring Strategy

Speaker: Carrie Corbin, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Hope Leigh Marketing Group

Join Carrie Corbin, Global Workplace Executive, Strategist, and Consultant, for this discussion on some of the most common questions around building a global hiring and attraction strategy.