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5 Ways to Improve Company Culture and Mental Health of Employees


Now more than ever, businesses are realizing the importance of creating a supportive work environment and good company culture for their employees.

Questions HR and Management Should Ask an Unhappy Employee


When unhappy employees are brought to the attention of HR or management, avoiding the problem might seem like one of the easiest things to do. As long as they do their job, you might wrongly assume that their happiness doesn’t come into the equation. .


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Getting Military Benefits Right

TLNT: The Business of HR

For many of us, yesterday’s Memorial Day well and truly marks the beginning of summer.

USWNT Reaches Deal With U.S. Soccer to Ensure Equal Pay


The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT) has reached an agreement with U.S. Soccer Federation regarding pay – ending the several-year-long battle to eliminate pay discrimination. As a result of several new collective bargaining agreements, USWNT has secured equal pay for equal work.

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.

Is someone banking on you being lazy in your job?

The Tim Sackett Project

I work in an industry where I’ve been told for a decade technology is going to take my job. The staffing industry is half a trillion-dollar industry worldwide. The entire industry is built on us banking on the fact that someone in corporate TA is going to be lazy. That should sting a little!

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How to Start Preparing for Summer Marketing and Sales


Summer is a great time to launch new marketing initiatives. After consumers finish spending money over the holidays, the first few months of the year are typically a retail slump. While January through April aren’t known for high levels of spending , sales rebound in the summer months.

I had to clean up after my boss’s toddler, refusing to interview after business hours, and more

Alison Green

This post, I had to clean up after my boss’s toddler, refusing to interview after business hours, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I had to clean up after my boss’s toddler.

8 Steps for Starting a Recruitment Agency in the UK


Starting a new business can be an exciting and stressful time for any aspiring entrepreneur. The tremendous effort of putting a business plan to action and watching it come to life can be risky in even the best of economic situations.

Seattle City Council Sets Minimum Wage for Gig Workers

SHRM Resources

Seattle’s City Council adopted a minimum wage for app-based delivery drivers May 31, becoming the first U.S. city to pass such a measure. Compensation HR Expertise Washington Contingent Staffing Compensation Compliance States Employment Law Talent Acquisition Minimum Wage

Beyond the Dollar: Why Fertility Benefits Are About More Than Financial Support

Speaker: Kirsten Ferro, Vice President of Employer Sales at Carrot Fertility

In this session, we’ll discuss the complexities of fertility health and all the pieces a fertility benefit should include in order to best support your employees on their journeys.

Leading the Overly Self-Critical Employee

The People Equation

“She’s hard on herself, but it’s because she demands excellence. ” “The team is relentless in their pursuit of perfection.” How many times have you heard others – or said something similar – and meant it as a compliment?

updates: teaching with cancer, moving in with a coworker, and more

Alison Green

This post, updates: teaching with cancer, moving in with a coworker, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. Here are three updates from past letter-writers. Teaching with a cancer diagnosis (#5 at the link). I wrote to you at the end of last year, wondering if I should share my breast cancer diagnosis with my college students. I was concerned about burdening them. You and the commenters were beyond helpful.

How To Provide Effective Manager Training


Have you ever had to do a job without the proper training? Unfortunately, many companies are setting managers up for failure by failing to build out a process for effective manager training that would improve the lives of many employees.

Why Should Companies Hire New Graduates?


Read any article on hiring recent graduates, and you’ll find a litany of ageist aphorisms. Some pigeonhole Millennials as lazy and entitled.

Hire Global to Grow Global: A Conversation with A Global Recruiting & HR Expert

Speaker: Janice Stack, CEBS, Global Human Resources Executive

The digital age has given us access to a workforce beyond geopolitical boundaries. While this new access can increase productivity, it often comes with its own set of obstacles. Join Janice Stack, Global Human Resources Executive, for this insightful webinar on the ins-and-outs of expanding your team globally.

How Much Paid Time Off (PTO) Is Enough?


Paid time off has become one of the most important benefits job seekers and current employees value. However, determining the right amount of PTO to offer to attract quality job seekers and retain your current workforce is a delicate balancing act.

Four Ways to Achieve Better Employee Retention in Healthcare??

Sterling Check

Healthcare HR professionals are always seeking new ways to improve their hiring strategies and getting creative when sourcing talent. Although it’s crucial to find qualified workers, it’s just as vital to retaining your current workforce.

HR Trends: The Key Reads of May 2022

Intoo USA

Welcome to our summary of May best reads on HR trends! This month, money—in terms of inflation and pay transparency—was the hottest topic. . HR Trends for May 2022. Inflation is affecting workers across the country.

Workhuman Receives Many Workplace Honors, Including Best Workplaces in Tech, Best Workplace for Women, Best Large Company in Ireland, and More


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Fertility & Infertility 101: Why Fertility Benefits Are A Necessity and Not A Luxury

Speaker: Jackie Blanco, RN, BSN, Senior Manager of Medical Operations at Carrot Fertility & Nate Fournier, Enterprise Account Executive, Carrot Fertility

As an HR leader, the benefits you offer deeply impact employees' personal lives. In this webcast, we will provide you with an overview of fertility and infertility benefits, what different fertility journeys involve, and how you can best support your employees each step of the way.

Niche Staffing: How to Find and Hire a Specialized Agency


A chronic complaint from employers is how hard it is to find the skilled workers they need to fill jobs. Add in the current labor shortage — an offshoot of the Great Resignation — and the scramble to find talent with skills and knowledge suited to specific jobs or industries becomes even tougher.

HR Superstars Podcast: The Measurable Value of Inclusion with 15Five’s Cara Pelletier


There are no standard ways of enacting or measuring effective strategies to create truly diverse and equitable organizations where the human beings in them feel a deeper sense of inclusion and belonging. It’s still the wild west. . Now, there are a lot of perspectives on the topic, and that’s actually what makes this whole field so rich. If there was one, homogeneous approach to DEI then it would be counter the concepts of diversity and inclusion.

#SHRM22 Annual Conference & Expo: The Introvert’s Guide to #Conferencing

HR Without Ego

#Conferencing is a term that has been coined by the #SHRM19Blogger contingent that took on Las Vegas. The annual conference is an EVENT, and it can be overwhelming for those that are first-timers or even recurring attendees.

The bigger picture behind The Great Resignation

TLNT: The Business of HR

We all know employees are quitting their jobs in record numbers. But what’s the story behind this story?

Where is Everyone? Breaking Down the Talent Shortage Myth & the Great Resignation

Speaker: Ellie Dailey, Global Recruiting Expert and Team Lead for BetterUp Europe GTM Recruiting via Russell Tobin

Businesses everywhere appear to be experiencing a so-called talent shortage and repercussions to 2021’s “Great Resignation." To address what this is and how this is affecting recruiting, we need to consider issues such as the Employer Value Propositions –– Values, Mission, Vision –– and how to actually walk the walk.

Skills Development: Now or Later?

TalentCulture - Recruiting

Podcast Sponsored by: Cornerstone Research from PWC shows that upskilling puts companies at a great advantage. The research found that companies realize an extra 10% to 15% of the benefit […]. The post Skills Development: Now or Later? appeared first on TalentCulture.

How My Body Told Me It Was Time to Leave a Toxic Job

The Muse

The physical warning signs started soon after I was hired. I’ve learned how to pay attention. Career Stories

Why your team members should use their vacation days


With summer just around the corner, many employees may opt not to take their vacation days. However, employees skipping out on vacation could be doing more harm to themselves and your company than you might think. Here's why you should encourage your employees to take their vacation days.

Why digital transformation needs trust more than anything else

TLNT: The Business of HR

Boil it down, and pretty much everything in life comes down to one tiny, five-letter word: trust. Building trust and maintaining reputation is everything. Time and time again it’s been proven that when staff trust their leaders, they’re willing to go on a journey with them.

Recruiting Brief - Industry Insights Your Peers are Reading

Want to read the industry insights your peers are reading about HR Technology? Subscribe today to the industry's leading newsletter with over 100 thought leaders all writing on HR Technology.

Tips for Managing a Fully Remote Workforce


The pandemic brought about one of the most dramatic changes in work in the last century: millions of people started or increased how much they worked from home. This trend has since become permanent.

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Don’t ignore frontline employee engagement — embrace it

Business Management Daily

When there’s lots to do, employee engagement doesn’t demand an awful lot of creativity. Keep an updated task list, provide the right tools, and eliminate distractions—but what about when there’s not much going on at work?

Supporting Neurodiversity in the Workplace (Part 2)


Last week, I introduced you to the term “ neurodiversity ”; I discussed what it is, why it matters and of course, I introduced you to the spectrum. That elusive, ethereal, and mystical place where we all sit. Where this article begins.

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