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Is protecting workers’ rights realistic given the challenges faced by employers?

Etz

Are workers’ rights out of step with today’s operating environment? For temporary staff, particularly in disciplines where high-level skills are in short supply, there is something of a trade-off.

Most Important Developments for 6/24

GetFive

The M.I.D. , as we call it, is curated by our editorial team from more than 50 news sources. Like a lot of good ideas, this started as something I wanted for myself. If I can’t read everything, I at least want to stay abreast of the most important developments.

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it’s your Friday good news

Alison Green

This post, it’s your Friday good news , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s your Friday good news! 1. “Back in March of 2020 I lost my job due to the pandemic and it was rough.

Absence Management: Why You Should Be Doing It

Zenefits

Punctuality is a critical soft skill. Regardless of where an employee works or the nature of their job, it’s vital that they show up for work as scheduled. Otherwise, the impact can be severe for the employer. The good news is that you can mitigate this risk via absence management.

Recruiting From Within: Expand Your Talent Pipeline While Driving Retention

Rethinking your internal employee career strategy can help you fill critical roles and retain your best talent. This eBook highlights the benefits of internal migration, outlines how to execute a virtual recruitment strategy, and provides tips to promote internal migration.

June 24, 2022

DecisionWise

Tidbits: Juneteenth and Equality. This rings true for us because we are a feedback company. We know that the hearer is just as important as the speaker. “No No man can put a chain about the ankle of his fellow man without at last finding the other end fastened about his own neck.” ??Frederick

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BerniePortal HRIS Announces New Payroll Feature

BerniePortal

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How Intake Meetings Can Help Your Recruiting Efforts

PandoLogic

With remote work being as prevalent as it is, the recruiting process has been forced to go through some changes. Communication and cohesion within HR departments can falter much more easily when out of the office, but these are essential elements of any successful recruiting process.

What are the biggest challenges in hiring payroll talent?

LACE Partners

In this week’s blog we were joined by Sam Field from Oakleaf Partnership and our very own Adam Morris to talk about talent in the payroll space.

Entrepreneurship Competency – What is It and Why Is It Important?

Possible Works

Introduction. Competencies are key skills needed by employees to do their jobs well. A competent employee is more productive and adds better value to the workplace.

HR in 2023: Survey Insights and Predictions

Nearly 6,000 people weighed in on the future of HR. Here’s what they said….

Say Hello to BerniePortal’s Streamlined Payroll Feature

BerniePortal

BerniePortal takes pride in solving problems that HR teams face daily and doing it efficiently. HR teams manage people—from welcoming them to the organization to tracking their benefits, time and attendance, and PTO to ensuring they are paid correctly.

How HR Pros and Employees Perceive DE&I Efforts in their Workplace

Hppy

The world is changing and becoming more intermingled. Many people are leaving their home countries to live in a different place. This commonly happens due to work circumstances. It’s safe to say that a huge percentage of corporations globally have become more diverse because of this.

45 Employee Onboarding Survey Questions To Ask Your New Hires

Vantage Circle

If you are an HR manager in charge of employee onboarding , here is a small piece of advice for you. Don't make the mistake of overlooking the importance of onboarding surveys and their consequent onboarding survey questions.

Most interesting HR stories of the week

TLNT: The Business of HR

Amazon could ‘run out of people to hire’ by 2024. Churn of warehousing staff at retail giant, Amazon, is apparently so high (the company gets through its entire workforce, and then some, annually), that it could soon run out of people to hire within just a few years.

3 Ways HR Can Enable Your Employees to Thrive in the Modern Work Environment

Speaker: Candace Giesbrecht - Director of the Remote Performance Academy at Teamit

In this session, Candace Giesbrecht, Director of Teamit’s Remote Performance Academy, will unpack evidence-based approaches to leading more effectively when working apart and explore HR’s unique opportunity in today’s distributed workforces.

Ben Franklin took 2-hour lunches, thanks to time blocking

Avid At Work

The Fourth of July holiday reminds me of my favorite section of Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography. Mr. Franklin was a prolific writer, inventor, scientist, and one of the authors of America’s Declaration of Independence. And he had time for a two-hour lunch every day. How in the world?!

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Celebrating Pride Month – 16 nonprofits raising their voice for the LGBTQ+ community

Thrive Global

Every year in June, Pride Month celebrates lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people’s self-affirmation, dignity, equality, and increasing visibility.

Gathering Employee Feedback with Nurture’s Quick Surveys 

Semos Cloud

Category. All, Best Practices. Gathering Employee Feedback with Nurture’s Quick Surveys . Being able to exchange feedback is a prerequisite for healthy internal communications.

I Think My Boss Wants Me to Quit. What Do I Do?

Evil HR Lady

I have been with my company for 25 years. I LOVED my job until about 18 months ago as the Division I worked for was sold. My job duties started to decrease, and I could no longer fill my day. I told my boss this in my review because I thrive in a fast-paced environment.

Preserving Culture in the Digital Workspace: A Conversation with An Employee Relations Expert

Speaker: KristyAnne Thompson Boyd, Head of Employee Relations & People Operations and Member of the Forbes HR Council

Recently, scheduling 1:1 time for any HR process -- or even a quick check-in -- is bogged down in a back-and-forth scheduling. So how can we reform our processes and eliminate this feeling of missing an integral part of the employee experience?

Remote work shouldn’t be the antithesis of in-person work. Here’s how to do the format correctly

Fast Company The Future of Work

The dramatic uptick in remote workers should be a chance to embrace change—not fight it. Work Life

Dr. Jennifer Knowles On How We Need To Adjust To The Future Of Work

Thrive Global

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Remote work shouldn’t be the antithesis of in-person work. Here’s how to do the format correctly

Fast Company The Future of Work

The dramatic uptick in remote workers should be a chance to embrace change—not fight it. Work Life

6 Science-Backed Tips for Sleeping Well and Strengthening Your Resilience

Thrive Global

As we begin 2022 with a sense of hope, we’re also continuing to face challenges of every kind. But there are steps we can take to make this a year of less stress and more joy. One key to a resilient and fulfilling 2022 is getting the restful sleep we need.

Retention Roadmap: Ways to Reduce Talent Turnover in 2022 and Beyond

Employees are now embracing lifestyle over work – with many migrating to other jobs to find opportunities that better align with their priorities. How can you retain your top talent? Get tips to keep your global employees happy, engaged, and productive.

Remote work shouldn’t be the antithesis of in-person work. Here’s how to do the format correctly

Fast Company The Future of Work

The dramatic uptick in remote workers should be a chance to embrace change—not fight it. Work Life

Hijacked On The Way To High Performance—And A Better Approach

Forbes Leadership

Human beings have a primal need to belong, and the presence or absence of belonging can have a real impact on our performance. Leadership /leadership Leadership /leadership leadership

Remote work shouldn’t be the antithesis of in-person work. Here’s how to do the format correctly

Fast Company The Future of Work

The dramatic uptick in remote workers should be a chance to embrace change—not fight it. Work Life

Roe Dies. America Divides – And It Ain’t All About Women

Forbes Leadership

The end of Roe v Wade is the first big wave of the Conservative Supreme Court’s impact on America – it won’t be the last. Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy Leadership /leadership Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy ForbesWomen /forbeswomen leadership Careers

The Power of HR & Automation: How to Keep the “Human” in Human Resource Management with Technology

Speaker: Teresa Smith, Senior Managing Partner, HCM Advisory Group at UKG

Shifting existing teams over to new digital processes during remote times can be a challenge, especially when teams are focused on maintaining the ever-illusive sense of "culture." Join Teresa Smith, Senior Managing Partner, HCM Advisory Group at UKG, for this indispensable discussion on the future of work and HR tech.

Remote work shouldn’t be the antithesis of in-person work. Here’s how to do the format correctly

Fast Company The Future of Work

The dramatic uptick in remote workers should be a chance to embrace change—not fight it. Work Life

A Threat To Workplace Equality, The Reversal Of Roe V. Wade Calls Organizations To Action

Forbes Leadership

Generalization after generalization continue to define women’s abilities, duties and aspirations. It is this web of deeply held beliefs that the reversal of Roe v. Wade will buttress, giving bias sharper contours and inequality another “go.”.

Remote work shouldn’t be the antithesis of in-person work. Here’s how to do the format correctly

Fast Company The Future of Work

The dramatic uptick in remote workers should be a chance to embrace change—not fight it. Work Life