November, 2018

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Why Millennials Quit (And How to Keep Them Around)

Cornerstone On Demand

Here's a surprising statistic : almost half of millennials (44 percent) believe that working for a single company is a better way to advance their career than jumping from firm to firm. Talk about debunking the stereotype of millennials as entitled job-hoppers! So, then, why did six millennials quit marketing and public relations firm Double Forte just three months after joining in the early 2000s?

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15 HR Analytics Case Studies with Business Impact

Analytics in HR

It is time that HR analytics starts to show the value it delivers to the business. This is hard to do as people analytics is still an emerging field. For this article, I have collected 15 of the best HR analytics case studies I’ve come across in the past two years. Each of these case studies are connected with a concrete business impact. For each case study, I will refer to their original publication.

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Employees Don’t Respond to Perks, They Respond to Culture

DecisionWise

A few days ago, Jordan Yadoo at Bloomberg reported that employees will give up big pay raises in exchange for job perks. The reported statistics were eye-catching, with the headline teasing that “Americans Are Willing to Forgo a 56% Pay Raise for Best Job Perks.” At the end of the day, I agree with Mr. Yadoo’s findings, but not his headline. Employees do not give up pay for perks!

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Why Did SAP Pay $8 Billion To Acquire Qualtrics?

Josh Bersin

This week was a big one in the world of enterprise software: SAP announced plans to acquire Qualtrics , a fast-growing scrappy provider of survey and feedback software, for $8 billion. And this was not a small deal: Qualtrics’ revenues as of Q3 were $372 Million, and the company is growing at 42% YTY. This. Read more» The post Why Did SAP Pay $8 Billion To Acquire Qualtrics?

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6 Strategies to Navigate Social Determinants of Health for a Better Workplace

In today’s dynamic work landscape, where the lines between personal and professional life blur, understanding the intricate interplay between social determinants of health (SDoH) and emotional wellbeing is paramount. Employers must acknowledge that the whole person comes to work and every aspect of a person’s personal and professional life, especially their mental health, comes with them.

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Employing Individuals with Disabilities May Solve Your Talent Crisis

Entrepreneur

Employment rates won't change until companies begin to shift attitudes and awareness about people with disabilities.

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Half of Your Employees Think They're Underpaid—Here's What You Can Do About It

Cornerstone On Demand

Do you pay your employees fairly? Of course! You did your research when making salary offers, you award regular cost of living raises and you pay for their overtime work. Still, according to a recent study by Robert Half, 46 percent of employees feel that they are underpaid. This, of course, doesn't necessarily indicate the truth about salary , since these particular findings are based on feelings.

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9 Reasons Why You Should Use Video in Recruitment

TalentLyft

There are many reasons why you should use video in recruiting. Using videos can help you reach more candidates, attract their attention, present your employer brand in a compelling way, increase your application rate and enhance candidate experience. Read More.

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#WorkTrends: How to Help People Reach Their Full Potential at Work

TalentCulture

We all demand love in some form in our personal lives, but we skimp on asking for it at work. Treating people as a commodity instead of focusing on relationships is a surefire path to burnout and low long-term productivity, says Jason Lauritsen, an author, entrepreneur, corporate HR leader and consultant. In this episode of #WorkTrends, Lauritsen shares how performance management could be the key to unlocking major wins for employers and their employees, but […].

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AI Comes To Recruiting: Will Interviews Go The Way Of The Dinosaur?

Josh Bersin

One of the most important things companies do is hire people, and it’s still a bit of a black art. Most companies look at candidates job history, they call references, they give them tests, and they bring them in for interviews. And despite all this effort, HR leaders tell me they still make mistakes as. Read more» The post AI Comes To Recruiting: Will Interviews Go The Way Of The Dinosaur?

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Here Are the HR Trends to Watch in 2024 + Plus Advice for Driving Impact!

The pressure is on to create a positive onboarding experience. Plus, a sub-par onboarding process can domino into other concerns such as low performance, burnout (for you and new hires), and retention challenges. Our 2024 State of HR report will give you a realistic picture of the HR landscape and tips to onboarding effectively in the year to come.

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Millennials Are Old News: What Does Generation Z Want From Work?

Entrepreneur

Pay attention to how young employees respond to the professional world to make sure they have the resources they need to succeed.

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the men in our office use the women’s bathrooms … only for pooping

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: This is something that has bothered me for quite a long time, and I don’t know if there was any way to address it differently. I no longer work in this office, but I am still close with several people there, and am at a loss that this continues. To be blunt, the men in the office specifically use the women’s restroom when they need to … take a #2.

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Making the Case For—and Against—Hiring Overqualified Candidates

Cornerstone On Demand

We've all seen it before—you get an application from a candidate that is simply overqualified for the position that she's seeking. After all, why would an applicant with over twenty years of experience be vying for a mid-level role? But here's the problem with calling someone "overqualified." At some companies, the term has become an easy way to reject someone without saying "you're too old.

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5 Tips to Ensure Your Remote Employees are Productive

TalentLyft

These 5 tips will help you ensure that your remote employees are productive and stay on target with their goals and work. Having remote employees can be difficult to manage, but by implementing these tips and using the technology you’ll be able to make the most of it! Read More.

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Improving Access To & Utilization Of Cancer Screening With Color

Discover how Color's comprehensive care solution is revolutionizing cancer screening adherence and knowledge. Through an in-depth case study, Color's unique approach to comprehensive cancer care has shown significant benefits in increasing screening rates and enhancing patient knowledge. Participants reported a 2-3x increase in adherence to screening guidelines over just 8 weeks, with 84% of participants increasing their familiarity with timing and frequency of cancer screening.

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Be Inclusive, Not Just Tolerant

TalentCulture

When I think about the words “inclusion” and “tolerance,” I see a large chasm. In regards to the modern-day workforce, diversity and inclusion mean accepting and welcoming people from different walks of life. Tolerance, on the other hand, does not denote acceptance, but rather an attitude of being faced with something you must go along with but in your heart don’t accept.

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Here’s a Summary of Key Labor and Employment Laws Taking Effect In 2019

TLNT: The Business of HR

As 2018 draws to a close, employers are looking to the next wave of labor and employment laws and regulations that will take effect in 2019 and beyond. On January 1, and throughout the coming year, employers across the nation must address a host of new or amended federal, state, and/or local obligations. This article summarizes the laws and regulations taking effect in 2019 that will impact most employers, and highlights some anticipated activity in the coming months.

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3 Keys to a Vision Others Can Own

Entrepreneur

Trying to get others to buy into a vision that is all about you getting more money is not going to excite people.

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I’ve managed a remote team for four years. Here are the 5 things you can’t ignore

Fast Company The Future of Work

It’s not easy being a manager. Not only are you accountable for your team’s performance, you are also in charge of hiring new candidates, and you have to work hard to earn their trust and respect. Now, imagine doing these things when your closest direct report is 800 miles away, and your team members live in five different time zones. Over the past four years, I’ve managed a remote team at a company with a 60% remote workforce.

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The Rules Do Apply: Navigating HR Compliance

Speaker: Ann Meyers Piccirillo

HR Compliance is like a giant game of whack-a-mole. Once you think your company is compliant with all policies and procedures documented and in place, there’s a new or amended law, regulation, or final rule that pops up landing you back at ‘start.’ There are shifts, interpretations, and balancing acts to understanding compliance changes. Keeping up is not easy and it’s very time consuming.

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Challenge Your Assumptions: Three Steps to Better Decision-Making

Cornerstone On Demand

Assumptions are often an inevitable part of quick decision making, but accepting assumptions as fact can be harmful to your business and employees. I learned this the hard way years ago when I was part of a performance management platform implementation at LandAmerica Financial Group. The platform was “state-of-the-art," and we were excited to have access to data about performance, given that up until that point, we had no quantifiable way to measure it.

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6 Tips for Creating a Perfect Recruitment Video

TalentLyft

Creating recruitment videos is an important part of every successful talent acquisition strategy. Even if you have no budget and no previous experience, in this blog post you'll learn useful tips that will help you create a perfect recruiting video! Read More.

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The Downside of Open-Concept Offices

TalentCulture

Once touted as a powerful tool to encourage collaboration and creativity, cubicle-free open workplaces have taken a hit in the business world as research indicates that they often discourage face-to-face interactions and harm productivity. “The neuroscience is becoming very clear: Open floor plans are not good,” says Jonathan Denn, “chief thinking partner” at Drumbeat Productivity in Dennis, Massachusetts.

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A Typhoon Is About to Hit the HR Tech Market

HRExecutive

These last few months have been a whirlwind. I recently wrapped up a global roadshow during which I talked with HR and vendor executives in Paris, Moscow, Amsterdam and Romania. In September, I also had the honor of participating in the 2018 HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas —probably the best conference yet. Buyers were knowledgeable and tech-savvy but eager for more information, and vendors had impressive innovations to discuss and demonstrate.

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Automate Your Onboarding Process In 7 Steps

Efficient employee onboarding is more than a warm welcome—it's a catalyst for business growth. Automated onboarding transforms new hires into productive team members faster, fostering long-term satisfaction and talent retention. For HR, automation means replacing inefficient manual processes with streamlined, cost-effective operations. Our eBook reveals how automating employee onboarding delivers these benefits, reducing HR challenges and elevating new employee readiness.

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The Best Way to Honor Veterans Is to Hire One

Entrepreneur

Hiring veterans and helping them acquire the skills they need to accelerate their careers is patriotic and smart business.

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Stanford, Harvard, MIT Are The Top Colleges For 30 Under 30 2019 Honorees

Forbes Steve Cadigan

America's youngest game-changers don't need to go to the highest-ranked colleges to shine—but it doesn't hurt. Stanford University, Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology top the list of schools with the most members of the Forbes 30 Under 30 2019 list.

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Office Hours: Are Skills and Competencies More Important Than Degrees?

Cornerstone On Demand

This post is part of our biweekly " Office Hours " video series, featuring quick career, workplace and leadership tips from talent management experts and business leaders across the globe. Every now and then, there comes along a rebellious genius who drops out of college to start a company that flourishes into a multibillion-dollar global empire. Some of Silicon Valley's arch elite, like Peter Thiel, are even paying college students to pursue this self-hacked path.

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How to Use Skills Assessments to Enhance Your Employer Brand

TalentLyft

Are you using skills assessments to enhance your employer brand ? If not, you’re missing out! In this blog post, you will discover three ideas you can implement to make the skills testing process personal and engaging for the candidates while you transmit your employer brand. Read More.

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Modernizing Hiring: The Rise of Contingent Recruitment in 2024

The job market is changing fast, and to stay ahead, your hiring strategy needs to be flexible. With recent economic shifts, more companies are turning to contingent workers for their adaptability and cost savings. In fact, 32% of businesses are already prioritizing contingent over traditional full-time positions. Curious to learn more? In our new guide, you'll discover: The major benefits of incorporating contingent workers into your team.