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Work-From-Home Burnout Is Real—Here’s How to Recover

The Muse

During the coronavirus pandemic, many Americans are dealing with work-from-home burnout. Here’s how to recognize it and how to cope.

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5 Ways to Take Your Leadership Skills up a Level While Working Remotely


In this article, we look at five ways to take your leadership skills to the next level while working remotely. The sudden, enforced trend for home working that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic took a lot of companies by surprise, from the smallest local businesses to huge multinational conglomerates relying on translation and localisation services to connect with their global staff teams.

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Learning Corner with Jeffrey Pfeffer: Get Out of Your Own Way on Your Path to Power

Cornerstone On Demand

I’ve taught at Stanford Business School since 1979. In that time, I’ve often reflected on the school’s motto: Change lives. Change organizations. Change the world. And whenever I think about how to affect these types of meaningful changes, I always come back to one thing: Power. So, I teach my students about power and how to achieve it. I’ve taught about power for more than four decades for two primary reasons.

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Flexible, End-to-End COVID-19 Health Testing Program Built for Employers

Sterling Check

Across the US, the COVID-19 pandemic brought some businesses to a grinding halt, while at the same time essential services-based businesses grappled with unprecedented escalation of demand. Regardless of which industry your organization operates within, just like you, companies across US are working on a recovery and resiliency program that is integral to your business strategy and operations.

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Investing in HR Software: How to Get Internal Buy-in

Buying HR software is a major decision. That’s why finding the right provider based on your needs and ensuring key decision makers are on board is vital. Download Paycor’s guide for tips to address common concerns across your buying committee.

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Reopening Offices: Best Practices for Building Employee Trust


The promise of business normality is on the horizon, and companies are looking to bring back staffers safely and comfortably. As we transition from fully remote to partially remote to part-time or full-time, lessons learned during the outbreak should resonate within your company. The way we do business has changed, with a new focus on safety, health, and productivity.

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Cartoon Coffee Break: Virtual Conferences Are Here to Stay

Cornerstone On Demand

Editor's Note: This post is part of our "Cartoon Coffee Break" series. While we take talent management seriously, we also know it's important to have a good laugh. Check back regularly for a new ReWork cartoon Virtual conferences are a relatively new addition in our world of work—and even after the pandemic has passed, they’re likely here to stay.

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Podcast Roundup: Strengths-Based Leadership, Empathy, and Positive Culture


Does everyone have a podcast these days? It feels like Oprah did a live show from Michigan stadium late last year and each guest received their own podcast kit under their seat: You get a podcast, and you get a podcast. Everyone gets a Poooodcaaaaast! So when we were planning the Best-Self Management podcast back in 2018, we were determined to rise above the din and only produce episodes where business leaders could walk away with actionable advice on building highly engaged, high performing tea

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8 Challenges Small Business HR Professionals Face in 2020


In a normal work year, HR professionals and small and medium-sized business owners who manage the HR function are pressed with challenges many larger organizations don’t typically face. In today’s uncertain climate, those challenges are amplified. Facing the incredible pressure presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, business owners are adapting nearly everything about their organizations.

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Covered California Introduces New Special Enrollment Period

ACA Times

1 minute read: Covered California, the state health insurance marketplace established by the Affordable Care Act, has introduced a new special enrollment period to benefit victims of the 500+ wildfires raging across California. The executive director of Covered California, Peter V. Lee, called the wildfires, pandemic, and recession a “triple threat” to Californians.

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Secrets to the Switch: Choosing the Best HR Software in 2023

Speaker: Patrick Sayers - President, Newcastle Research

Does your organization need more productivity (and less pain) from your HR software? With the increase of technology-dependent remote work and highly sophisticated cyber threats on the rise, it's critical to successfully implement an HR platform that can help your organization see actionable information in real-time to hit all your key workforce KPIs.

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Working Towards Mindfitness with Liggy Webb

Cornerstone On Demand

Leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others. - John Maxwell An experience that has really stuck in my mind was over a decade ago when I was first asked to work as a consultant for the United Nations. One of my first assignments was at the UN headquarters in New York City. I found myself in a room full of people who had a military background and they kept referring to this term VUCA again and again and especially making reference to the chall

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The Role of Leadership in Changing Organizational Culture


Importance of Leadership in Changing Organizational Culture. Every employee plays a part in the process of changing organizational culture, but at the end of the day, leaders are the ones who can make or break it; the choices they make cause a ripple effect on employee recruitment, engagement, and performance that powerfully impacts a company’s performance.

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How to Build High-Performing Diverse Teams at Work


A “more woke society” is calling for an end to discrimination in the workplace. Today, businesses are facing immense pressure to build diverse teams at work, with several high-profile organizations compelled to divulge their diversity and inclusion statistics. Besides being the right thing to do, cultivating diverse teams in the workplace is more than just an HR fad or an effort to look good in the public eye.

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ACA to Aid Millions in Obtaining Healthcare, KFF Report Finds

ACA Times

2 minute read: The data is in: at least 27 million Americans have lost employer-sponsored health coverage as a result of COVID-19. The Kaiser Family Foundation issued a report in late May identifying 27 million Americans as having lost their employer-sponsored healthcare. Individuals that have lost their coverage will have a number of options for obtaining new coverage, including Medicaid , the ACA Marketplace (state or federal health exchange,) employer-sponsored insurance through a dependent,

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2023 HR Technology Trends: What's New and What's Next

Speaker: Ben Eubanks - Chief Research Officer, Lighthouse Research & Advisory

The world of HR has changed so much in recent years, and so have the technologies and tools that support HR and talent leaders. But frankly, keeping up with the ever-changing HR tech landscape can feel like another full-time job. That's why we're sharing with you this webinar session with Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer for Lighthouse Research & Advisory.

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3 Contingent Workforce Priorities Leaders Can’t Ignore

Allegis Global Solutions

We are in a pandemic economy, and the importance of talent has never been greater. Organizations around the world not only need to determine the critical talent they need to survive; they are also looking for a path to grow. They need the people – at all skill levels and capabilities — who can deliver the outcomes to push forward in the post-pandemic future.

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5 Examples of Common Miscommunications in the Workplace — and How to Overcome Them


Miscommunication at work – the what, why, and how. What is workplace miscommunication? Workplace miscommunication is misinterpretation or misconstrued messages that can potentially lead to internal conflict and/or employee dissatisfaction. Language is a beautiful yet tricky art form. A little misunderstanding can turn a compliment into an act of war.

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Stretches for a flexible workplace


For muscles, there are stretching exercises; for employees, there are flexibility options. In this tutorial you will learn ways to create a flexible workplace to meet your needs and improve your company’s overall performance. Let’s begin! Warm up. Flextime stretches. Flexplace stretches. Insights from those who did it. Ready-to-roll policy templates.

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Employee Photos in Vista: Pending Upload & Photo Approval

Personnel Data Systems

Welcome back to our blog series on Employee Photos in Vista. In the last article , we discussed how employees and manager with full access to the Photographs security option can freely add photos to their own record or the records of their staff. If, instead, your organization prefers to have a level of oversight before photos are live in Vista, you can use the photo approval process.

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The HR Leader’s Guide to Recruiting & Hiring

62% of Paycor survey respondents say we’re in a permanent talent shortage. By 2030, we’ll see more jobs than workers (BCG).

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Trends and Practical Advice for Hiring in 2020


So far, 2020 has been full of mostly bad surprises and what seems to be a constantly shifting new reality. Between the pandemic and the.

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3 Ways to Improve Employee Motivation


We tend to think of employee motivation in terms of incentives — usually money. While you should certainly offer competitive pay and benefits, other rewards can also increase motivation. A 2018 survey from Genesis Associates found that 40% of employees were motivated by cash incentives, followed by a free vacation or other travel incentives at 29 percent, and additional time off at 23%.

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CDC Issues Guidance Promoting Conflict Resolution Training during COVID-19

Pollack Peacebuilding

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued a statement discouraging employees from arguing with customers that do not follow safe COVID-19 protocols (a.k.a. not wearing a mask or observing social distancing rules.) This guidance has arrived in the wake of violent incidents across the United States between employees and customers, coworkers, and employers trying to enforce COVID-19 safety protocols.

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Welcome Jazmyn to #teamexaqueo!


Jazmyn joins us as an associate employer brand strategist, responsible for providing valuable support to projects, both strategically and tactically, including engagement with clients as well as employer brand consulting and content development.

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Upskilling HR: Future-Proof Your HR Career

Speaker: Jeanne Achille - CEO, The Devon Group

Is your HR department running around barefoot like the shoemaker's children? If so, you're on a collision course with the ever-changing realities of the workplace, which necessitate strong HR tech skills. In this webinar, we'll look at why HR should invest in learning to ensure organizational resiliency and employee retention. Consider it self-care as we discuss how to future-proof your own career through the opportunities provided by upskilling.

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Promoting Diversity and Maintaining an Inclusive Culture


As the spotlight has brightened on racism, in response to recent miscarriages of justice within our penal system, the emphasis on identifying racism within other aspects of life has also […]. The post Promoting Diversity and Maintaining an Inclusive Culture appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Incentive Programs 101: What is a Sales Incentive Program?

The Incentive Solutions News blog

What is a sales incentive program? A sales incentive program is a plan or strategy used to improve sales performance by motivating salespeople to surpass company- determined performance metrics. Sales incentive programs make use of both non-cash rewards as well as cash-based SPIFFs as part of an additional (yet separate) motivational tool to a standard sales compensation plan.

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Where are all the jobs? The cities and sectors hiring now

Adzuna Blog

Finding a job during the pandemic can feel like an impossible task. Covid-19 has ravaged the economy and stalled hiring, with 14.8 million Americans remaining unemployed, hiring activity slipping significantly and competition for jobs increasingly intense. But, if you can be flexible on location, following in the footsteps of many big corporates and moving to cities with a lower cost of living and strong sector growth could be a way to turbocharge your job hunt.

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How to Budget for Employee Recognition and Rewards


Let me tell you a story. ??. (But if you’re not interested, jump straight to our explanation of rewards budgeting !). When we first launched Bonusly, we gave our customers a choice : they could use the platform to give recognition with or without rewards with monetary value. In the non-monetary version, users awarded each other points for doing something awesome and monitored performance with leaderboards.

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Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template

When it comes to benefits, communication is critical. To help you easily explain your offerings at open enrollment, Paycor created an open enrollment sample letter (and a few tips). Download this free Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template today.