Tue.Jun 19, 2018

How Remote Workers Boost Company Productivity

Get Hppy

With the emergence of new technologies that allow most people to work remotely from wherever they are, more and more companies are starting to let their current employees work from home, and at the same time hire freelancers that live in different countries and even different continents.

3 Steps to Reskilling Retail Workers for Age of Automation

Visier

They always show up, even during World Cup games. They can work 12-hour shifts without displaying any signs of fatigue. And they never linger around the break room long after they are due back on the floor. In many ways, robots and other types of automated systems are perfect employees.

Employee Communication: All Aboard the USS Internship Program

Employee Communications Council

For some high school and college students, summer is the time to get away from the regimens of classes, lectures and “school” life. For others, the 8-12 week period is the doorway to firsthand experiences of employee communication in real-world employment.

3 Strategies for Achieving Your Career Goals

HR Bartender

(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by our friends at Capella University. Capella is an accredited online university dedicated to providing an exceptional, professionally-aligned education that puts you in a position to succeed in your field.

Live Webinar: Competing in a Candidate Driven Market – How to Recruit in 2018

With unemployment at an 18-year low, recruiters are now faced with a unique challenge that they haven't had to face in some time. The market is hot and the best candidates are often receiving more than one offer. In an environment where candidates are "ghosting" interviews and even offers, how do you compete? Join us on September 27th, 2018 for a live webinar with Scott Conklin, VP of Human Resources at Paycor and learn what candidates really care about and how to get the offer signed.

Dear ReWorker: Should I Risk Losing My Employee's Trust By Reporting Harassment to HR?

Cornerstone On Demand

Dear ReWorker, If an employee reports harassment to their manager, is it the responsibility of the manager to report it to HR? What should if the employee doesn't want the complaint to go to HR, and the manager doesn't want to lose the employee's trust? And, what should a manager do if the employee describes the situation, but doesn't provides the name of the alleged harasser? Does a manager need to take any steps if an employee goes directly to HR and claims they don't want an investigation?

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DecisionWise COO Matthew Wride Named a CXO of the Year - DecisionWise

Decision-Wise

Utah Business Magazine named our COO, Matthew Wride, a CXO of the year! Matt does an incredible job in taking the “fluffy” out of the people side of business, by scientifically proving to organizations the link between happy and engaged employees and happy and engaged customers.

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HR Teams Have the Power to Transform America’s Financial Health

HR Daily Advisor

The HR industry is on the front lines of America’s fight for financial health; it just doesn’t realize it yet. Millions of lower- to middle-income Americans—including hourly wage earners and Gig Economy workers, are struggling with income volatility, low savings rates, and high personal debt.

Three Creative Internal Communications Ideas

Bonfyre

Adding creative internal communications ideas to your content plan can drive participation and ongoing engagement for your employees. Internal communications often get a bad rap. Employees may complain messages are boring and not worthy of their time.

#SHRM18: Lessons from The Biggest HR Event in History

UpstartHR

This year’s SHRM Annual Conference is a milestone. The team is estimating about 20,000 HR professionals, vendors, and miscellaneous other attendees have converged on Chicago for this year’s event. Attendees are here from around the world–I’ve already met delightful individuals from both Italy and India. One of the interesting things I sometimes hear from people in my industry is that SHRM isn’t the conference where the “decision makers” are.

There’s Not a Skills Gap in the U.S… or Is There?

Your search for the perfect candidate has resulted in zero perfectly skilled applicants. What’s going on? Enter…the skills gap. This report, ‘The Employment Skills Gap and What To Do About It’, breaks down the issue with solutions you can apply now.

Manners Make an Employee

HRWatchdog

Colleagues being distracted during meetings was the second most common etiquette offense, according to employees. You spend up to 40 hours a week (and maybe more) with your co-workers so workplace etiquette, an unofficial code of conduct, can affect both your work environment and professional life.

4 Ways to Prevent Your Employees From Quitting

Achievers

When you hire a new employee, that person is already looking for a new job and at risk of quitting. That rather dire warning is offered by Dan Schawbel , research director at Future Workplace and one of Forbes’ “30 under 30” list.

Health Coaching: An Integral Part of Workplace Wellness Strategy

CoreHealth Wellness Technologies

Why offer Health Coaching as part of your workplace wellness programs? What kind of results can be expected? Is coaching really necessary? Read this blog to find out. Wellness Technology Wellness Rockstar Tools & Tips

how do I handle changing my name and job because of a stalker?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: For a few years, I worked as a voice actor dubbing Japanese anime into English. A few of the shows I dubbed generated rather passionate fan followings. While that was certainly exciting for me as an actor, it also proved troublesome for my “real world” job working in academic libraries. I used my real name when I dubbed those shows (well, my nickname, which I’ve used all my life).

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Live Webinar: Train Like a Boss – Close the Skills Gap and Boost Employee Retention

Recruiting quality employees is no easy task. With unemployment at an all-time low, it's now more crucial than ever to engage and retain the employees you've hired. A demonstrated investment in employee development can set you apart and help attract more quality candidates. According to a recent report from Linkedin, over a fourth of HR professionals expect to be increasing their budgets in learning and development. Join us on 8/30 for a live webinar with Greg Goold, Director of Learning and Development at Paycor.

How to Include Remote Workers in Wellness Programs

TalentCulture

With the gig economy hot and salaried employees craving more flexibility, much of the workforce is settling into a telecommuting […]. The post How to Include Remote Workers in Wellness Programs appeared first on TalentCulture. workplaceculture remote workers wellness

Join Us for a New Hangout Series - HR Mind Games (Episode #1 - Hiring Sales Pros)

The HR Capitalist

HR Mind Games is a quick hitting, 20-30 minute hangout hosted by me (KD), Kris Dunn, founder of FOT and the HR Capitalist and sponsored by Caliper , the leading provider of Assessments for Selection, Talent Management, and Leadership Development. In each episode of HR Mind Games , we’ll cover how general behavioral assessment geekiness/expertise helps HR and Recruiting Pros make better hires as well as maximize performance once that talent is in the door!

Talent acquisition outcomes: So much more than “better hiring”

HR Times

Posted on June 19, 2018. We’ve been seeing significant evolution in the talent acquisition (TA) function for some years now as companies continue to refine how they attract, recruit, select, and onboard talent in a competitive market.

Recruitment tips: Three things you should know about hiring generation Z

HR Zone

Acquisition. Three tips for hiring gen Z

Just Released – Our 2018 Third-Party Recruiting Benchmark Report

BountyJobs curates the most impactful data in their marketplace: trends in salaries and fees across key verticals, emerging industry game changers, and other valuable analytics sure to influence your hiring strategy for the back half of the year. Download it!

Unconscious Bias: the Key to Effective Communication in the Workplace Between Men and Women

Inpower Coaching

In executive coaching (both women and men) I’ve often observed that two parallel stories about women and men in the workplace often coexist. First, “women and men communicate differently” is a truth that few bother to deny. Second, “men and women are treated equally in the workplace.”

Fast Growth Means You Need to Pay Extra Attention to Culture

TLNT: The Business of HR

Congratulations! Whether it is a cross-border merger, explosive market growth or a new technology that is working better than you had ever hoped, you have the best problem a business can have: managing rapid growth. Culture Mergers & Acquisitions Talent Management Featured

How to not sound like a jerk when giving your coworker feedback

Lattice

We joined forces with Gusto to build a practical feedback guide for small businesses. Read the rest of the series and learn how to give non-jerky feedback to your coworker, boss, and client. At a previous job, I gave feedback to a coworker and was, to be blunt, a total jerk about it. This job had an open office plan, so any discussions were heard by everyone — to circumvent this, I sent my coworker, Hermione, an email.

Immigration Issues a Major Concern for Employers in the Upcoming Year

HR Daily Advisor

When we ask employers and HR professionals “What part of your job keeps you up at night?” one of the most common responses is “my company’s immigration matters.”

Newton’s Guide to OFCCP Compliance

For federal contractors, keeping up with OFCCP regulations can be a major challenge when recruiting and hiring. Download our guide to OFCCP compliance and learn the major regulations that you must adhere to.

How to not sound like a jerk when giving your boss feedback

Lattice

We joined forces with Gusto to build a practical feedback guide for small businesses. Read the rest of the series and learn how to give non-jerky feedback to your coworker, boss, and client. It can be extremely intimidating to give feedback to your boss. You want to provide input so that they can improve, but the power dynamics can make an already delicate action seem loaded with potential pitfalls. Plus, there are so many stories of feedback gone wrong.

[New Report] The Digital Transformation in Communication: SocialChorus’ 2018 Comms Effectiveness Survey

SocialChorus

Large enterprises face ongoing challenges including brand reputation, employee retention and changing employee expectations for the work experience.

How to Give Your Employee Feedback Without Sounding Like a Jerk

Lattice

We joined forces with Gusto to build a practical feedback guide for small businesses. Read the rest of the series and learn how to give non-jerky feedback to your coworker, boss, and client. It can be hard not to come across as a total softie—or a total jerk—when giving your employees feedback. Take it from Amanda Goldberg, CEO and founder of Oakland-based Planted Design , a twelve-person team that creates vertical living & preserved moss gardens.

Do You Have a Traditional Call Center, or an Intelligent Contact Center?

Aberdeen HCM Essentials

Changes in customer behavior and expectations have created tectonic shifts for businesses. Innovative firms such as Amazon, Uber and Airbnb have transformed their respective industries through efficiency and customer-centricity.

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How Recruiters Can Create a Predictable Candidate Pipeline

Even the most experienced recruiting professionals face challenges filling critical roles in their organizations from an inability to establish, nurture and grow a sustainable talent pipeline. Download this eBook to get a jump on sourcing and learn how to build a high performance recruiting pipeline.