March, 2020

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5 Ways To Improve Employee Development At Your Company

15Five

Every company has it’s own set of priorities to help take it to the next level. For some, that’s a unique focus on specific departments, a product, or even their customers, but planning what will have the greatest impact can be tough. In the midst of what may feel like organized chaos, where things can fall of the radars of those whose efforts are hyper focused, remember to keep employee development high on the list.

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8 Ways to Manage Stress During the COVID-19 Crisis

Fond

As the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic has unfolded over the past several weeks, the whole world seems to be sharing a mutually bewildered look. We’ve never faced a global health crisis of this scale, and uncertainty — as well as the fear, anxiety, and stress it brings along — runs high. While scientists and medical professionals across the world fight tirelessly to address the threat we’re now faced with, citizens are doing their part to slow the virus’s spread through measures like social dis

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The Post-Coronavirus World

Thrive Global

Before discussing the post-coronavirus world, it helps to understand that the deeper cause of the virus was that it was a nature-sent reaction to the egoistic, competitive and exploitative way we were living our lives. Nature sent us this virus in order to clean away the excess waste we had been accumulating in our paradigm of each one trying to maximally profit off of others in a race to individual success.

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COVID-19: How HR is Responding

Brandon Hall

By Claude Werder , Vice President and Principal HCM Analyst, Brandon Hall Group. Employers are still in the early stages of responding to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Brandon Hall Group ’s pulse survey of more than 100 organizations shows most organizations are taking an assertive yet judicious approach to adjust how work is done and how employees are trained.

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AI & DEI: With Great Opportunities Comes Great HR Responsibility

Speaker: Jen Kirkwood - Partner, Responsible HR & AI at IBM and World Economic Forum Executive Fellow

The promise of AI for today’s organizations is real, yet in a frenzied state of experimentation, many stumble to get to a full-scale enterprise. As companies race to discover what generative AI can do, HR must lead conversations about how to balance cutting-edge innovations with integrity, trust, and diversity. Globally, organizations are at a critical intersection of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and AI acceleration.

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How to Work From Home Effectively  | Engage Blog

Achievers

Remote work is the new norm. In our latest blog post, we walk you through the value of remote work and how to work from home effectively.

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10 Questions You Should Ask Your Remote Employees To Keep Them Engaged

15Five

Building and maintaining a strong company culture can be difficult when you only see your team for several minutes each week and can be especially challenging if these moments aren’t optimized to be high-impact conversations. One of the easiest ways to combat this common challenge with your remote employees is by asking the right questions. . Questions are how people form deeper bonds and build mutual trust.

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Five Tips for Recruiting and Interviewing Remotely

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

Working remotely for the first time and in need of recruiting and virtual interview tips? Our team is here to keep your hiring process moving forward.

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Empowering Women at Work

Hppy

Women have historically been a group not always welcomed in the workplace. However, these days they make up a significant portion of the workforce, but there are residual challenges left from being underrepresented in this space. While there have been major changes and improvements to the landscape that have helped empower women, there is still a great deal that needs to be done in this space.

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Can SuccessFactors Lead The HCM Market Again? It Could Be Coming.

Josh Bersin

If you’re buying HR technology right now, I’m sure your budget is unclear, and many companies will slow down or postpone purchases. What this usually means is that the “incumbent” or bigger vendors win out, since you already have their product. Which leads us to SAP and SuccessFactors. I’ve been working with SuccessFactors for two.

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Early Tenure Turnover: Stop the Revolving Door of Hires

Speaker: Dr. Craig Ellis, Head of I-O Psychology, HighMatch

Are you facing a revolving door of hires, especially within their first 90 days of employment? In this webinar, Dr. Craig Ellis, a leading industrial-organizational (I-O) psychologist, offers insights and strategies to unravel the mystery behind early tenure turnover. Identify the root causes of early attrition to mitigate turnover’s impact in the first 12 months.

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exactly where to report employers for violating shelter-in-place orders, by state

Ask a Manager

When I wrote on Wednesday about what to do if your employer is violating shelter-in-place orders , commenters were a wealth of information for individual states. Here’s crowd-sourced info on where to report non-compliant employers, by state. I will verify and add additional info here as I get it. • In California , if your county declared a shelter-in-place order before the governor did (e.g., the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and others), report the violation to the County Public Health officer.

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Top 50 Hiring and Recruitment Statistics for 2020

TalentLyft

Looking for valuable recruiting statistics? This HUGE list of the most important hiring statistics contains everything you need to know to benchmark your recruiting and ensure successful hiring in 2020. Read More.

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Gender inclusion in the workplace: Going beyond diversity

Workable

People were not happy with this comment – mainly because it’s based on the assumption that women in general don’t care about sports. Nevertheless, Francke’s statement might have been well-intentioned. She didn’t suggest banning sports talk completely; rather, it was an effort to shed light on behaviors that potentially sustain ‘bro culture’ at work.

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How To Support Employees Who Aren’t Used To Remote Work

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

Shutting down the office for a while? Here’s a guide to using personality insights to help your workforce adjust to telecommuting.

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Bridging the Gap: The Intersection of DEI Initiatives and Employee Benefits

Speaker: Jaye Johnson, CBP

Unlock the secrets to transforming your organization’s employee benefits into a strategic tool for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). During this informative session, we will discuss common pitfalls in traditional benefits and then delve into the essence of DEI in employee-centric benefit offerings. This involves not only defining DEI in the workplace but also understanding the pivotal role that employee benefits play in fostering a diverse and inclusive environment.

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The Real-Time Impact COVID-19 is Having on Small Businesses and Workers

Homebase

The spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a devastating impact on small businesses and hourly workers whose hours, shifts, and operations are coming to a full stop. At Homebase, we are in a unique position to see this impact happen in real-time and want to make this data publicly available so that governments and communities can understand and support the people who are most impacted. .

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You Get The Talent That You Pay for!

Brigette Hyacinth

Four years ago, CEO Dan Price slashed his own salary of almost $1 million to raise those of his employees, bringing the minimum salary of every employee to $70,000. Now he’s opening an office in a new city and promising another salary increase. In 2015, he was heralded as one of the most generous employers. Two weeks after he made the initial announcement, the company was flooded with 4,500 resumes and new customer inquiries jumped from 30 a month to 2,000 a month.

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what to do if your company isn’t handling coronavirus well

Ask a Manager

I am getting a lot of mail about coronavirus, and one common theme is employers who aren’t acting with any urgency at all — not having people work from home where they can, not canceling travel or events, etc. Here’s some advice if you’re in that situation. • One of the most effective things you can do is to band together with other coworkers and push back as a group.

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What does employee engagement look like in these challenging times?

HR Zone

Employees Keeping employees engaged in challenging times.

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Delivering DEI Training That Drives Real Change

Speaker: Jeffrey Hall, Chief Creative Office of WILL Interactive

Great DEI training improves engagement, retention, and teamwork. Poor training does little. What content areas are right for our organization? How can you construct training around empathy-building, relatable stories for a positive disposition to hard topics? We’ll cover the latest research on how to make training that actually delivers attitudinal and behavioral shifts.

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Your coronavirus HR response plan: 10 things to know

Workable

And now, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organization, has called for governments worldwide to step up in combating the spread of the virus. “This is not a drill,” he said. “This is not a time for excuses. This is a time for pulling out all the stops.”. This call to action can and does trickle down to you in HR. The impact in the workplace is multifold.

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How Has Technology Changed The Hiring Process? - Mya.com

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

Technology has truly impacted the way we live our day-to-day lives and how various industries operate — and recruitment is no exception.

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DHS Relaxes Form I-9 Review Requirements

SHRM Resources

?The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that it will defer the requirements for employers to review Form I-9 documents in-person with new employees. The change applies to employers and workplaces that are operating completely remotely."Employers with employees taking physical proximity precautions due to COVID-19 will not be required to review the employee's identity and employment authorization documents in the employee's physical presence," DHS said.

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Work for someone who appreciates your ideas, loyalty and hard work.

Brigette Hyacinth

I worked for a company for 3 years and only got two interviews for internal jobs, I applied for. I never got promoted even though I was acting in the position. One day I applied to another company, and was offered an amazing opportunity and within 6 months, they gave me a promotion. I ended up getting “Employee of the Year” My old boss asked me to come back for the same promotion.

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Are There Gaps in Your HR Policies?

Putting the right HR policies in place can help your organization grow smoothly and help your company culture thrive. Use this essential HR checklist to cover the basics and make sure there aren’t any gaps in your HR functions.

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if your hours have been cut, you can collect unemployment benefits

Ask a Manager

You should know that if your hours are cut due to coronavirus (or for any other reason), you can file for unemployment benefits in your state. I’ve heard from some people who incorrectly believed they had to be fully unemployed before they’d be eligible for unemployment. While rules vary from state to state, that’s generally not true. If your hours are cut or your work becomes more sporadic (like your company closes for just a week or two) or if you’re put on a “zero hour” sche

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7 Work From Home Tips To Maximize Your Productivity

Vantage Circle

When you are working from home, you have enough flexibility to do your job. But this luxury can often turn into a missed opportunity if not planned accordingly. They say work from home can be your litmus paper to your productivity. Also, many would argue over the fact that it needs intrinsic motivation to perform your tasks efficiently and deliver at the right time when you are working from home.

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COVID-19: All the resources you need to survive and succeed

Workable

NOTE: Check back often – this page will be updated regularly with new content. COVID-19/coronavirus content. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Company Policy Template. Every company is impacted to some degree by the COVID-19 pandemic – and therefore, every company needs a clear, dedicated policy to ensure all employees are on the same page. This COVID-19 company policy template will help you get started.

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Preparing for a Pandemic

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

The global reach of the coronavirus has elevated the need for 'social distancing' and 'remote work,' but there are remote workforce-related risks your company needs to consider. Learn how to improve productivity and security when employees work from home.

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Managing Your Recruitment Agency Spend in 2024

Feeling overwhelmed by a juggling act of internal recruiting, agency relationships, and direct hire spend? You’re not alone. In today’s competitive talent landscape, building a dream team requires strategic orchestration. Recruiting agencies and search firms provide invaluable services, but managing them effectively alongside your internal team can pose unique challenges.

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Cultivating Employee Trust in the 2020 Workplace

TalentCulture

Trust plays a role not just in employee recruitment and retention, but in everything from the benefits employers offer to their cultural norms. As leaders welcome Gen Z into the workplace, they’re learning that this generation insists on transparency and trust in a way that prior ones simply did not. Frankly, today’s employees have high expectations.

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EMPATHY is the most important leadership skill needed today!

Brigette Hyacinth

In this digital age, there is a big disconnect between leaders and the people they lead. Many managers think they are doing a great job but when you ask the people they lead, it’s quite the opposite. Many employees feel unappreciated and undervalued. Employee engagement is at an all time low. What seems to be missing link? Empathy. Many organizations are focused on achieving goals no matter what the cost to employees.

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here are your animal coworkers

Ask a Manager

With so many people working from home with animal coworkers, obviously we need to see photos of your new colleagues. When I put out a call for pictures last week, I received more than 450 of them … so I’ve divided them into two separate posts. Here’s part one. Click photos to enlarge. And if you’re reading this from the home page, you have to click through to see the photos.).

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