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4 steps to a great employee experience strategy


Employees and job candidates now look far beyond salary when deciding whether to remain at or join an organization. While great compensation and benefits still matter, factors like inspired company culture, and truly engaging work are more important than ever. In short, people are looking for a great employee experience that lasts from the moment they apply for a job until the day they leave the organization.

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How HR can support employees with disabilities


Sixty-one million adults 1 in the United States live with a disability. However, many experience difficulty finding a job—even though the Americans with Disabilities Act 2 (ADA) prohibits employers from discriminating against employees or candidates with disabilities.


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HR Evolution Perspectives: Mapping the Evolution of HR in 2023 And Beyond


With the world of work evolving constantly and at an unprecedented rate, HR evolution needs to happen at a proportional pace as well. Introducing Darwinbox’s flagship HR research study to help you navigate change and stay ahead of disruption.

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When a ChatGPT Bot Interviews a ChatGPT Bot

Evil HR Lady

Repackaging old ideas is easy and that is basically what AI does. As much as we talk about it being artificial intelligence, it’s really only spitting out what others have written before. This is not to say it’s not incredibly helpful. For instance, in generating suggestions for interview questions. Recruiter Hung Lee asked ChatGPT to create a list of interview questions you’d want to ask if you were hiring a Head of Talent.

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Prevent Toxic Work Culture and Protect Your Peoples’ Physical and Mental Health

The U.S. Surgeon General's warning about the role of the workplace on mental and physical health states that employers have an opportunity to turn workplaces into “engines of mental health and wellbeing”. Discover what it takes to foster workplace wellbeing and how to prevent a “toxic work culture”.

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Tips for Working Remotely in 2023 | HR Cloud

HR Cloud

If you're opting to work remotely this year, you'll need a set of best practices in place to ensure that you can be productive and successful at the same time. In this blog post, we have shared the best tips to help you make the most of your new work experience. Let's get started!

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5 Ways to Measure Employee Onboarding Effectiveness | ClearCompany

ClearCompany HRM

The employee onboarding process leaves much to be desired at most organizations — 88% of employees don’t have a good experience. According to Talent Board’s 2022 North American Candidate Experience (CandE) Benchmark Research Report, resentment among new hires increased, meaning that they had more negative experiences last year than they did in 2021.

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Is Productivity Tracking Software Helpful or Harmful to Employees?


The abrupt shift to remote work in 2020 has dramatically shifted how people work and what employees expect. Post-pandemic, many companies have continued allowing employees to work from home, at least part of the time. But while business leaders have realized many of the benefits of a remote workforce (broader access to top talent, lower overhead costs, etc.), many still can’t shake their one big fear—lack of control.

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Are You Ready for Paid Leave Oregon?

Alight | ReedGroup

We’re a short seven months from September 3, 2023, when employees can start submitting claims for Paid Leave Oregon benefits. Between now and then, there are plenty of actions employers should take to prepare. If you need a bit of a refresher on the program, check out our previous blog post here. Withholding Contributions As of January 1, 2023, employers should have begun withholding employee contributions for Paid Leave Oregon.

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New Hiring Data Reveals the Most Recession-proof Jobs & Skills for 2023

HRO Today

“Software Engineer” Tops the List of In-Demand Jobs, Based on More than 85,000 Jobs Posted via the Industry’s Leading Talent Acquisition Automation Platform, While “Cloud Engineer” Ranks Most Lucrative. ROCHESTER, NY — January 31, 2023 — Ceipal, the industry-leading AI-powered talent acquisition platform, released an industry report today, outlining the hottest jobs and skills in IT & Engineering for the start of 2023.

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The 26th Annual HR Systems Survey

The 26th Annual HR Systems Survey, conducted by Sapient Insights Group, is now open for participation through July 1, 2023. Your voice is the future of HR technology! This survey is valuable for anyone supporting their organization's HR systems and practices, interested in sharing their vendor experiences, and giving back to the HR community. All responses are confidential and only used in aggregate results.

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How To Calculate Total Compensation


Total compensation reflects all that employees earn. While it certainly includes salary and wages, it also encompasses much more. Sometimes an employee’s salary only accounts for a portion of everything they make. Both employers and employees should be aware of total compensation packages so they can fairly evaluate employee pay. Employers must budget for all that’s included within an employee compensation package , and they must also compose competitive offers.

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Creating Safe & Respectful Workplace: Dealing with Misconduct


What is Misconduct in the Workplace Misconduct in the workplace can have detrimental effects on both employees and the organisation as a whole. From sexual harassment to bullying and discrimination, misconduct not only harms the victims, but also creates a toxic work environment that can lead to decreased productivity, increased turnover, and damage to the company’s reputation.

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HR Trends of January 2023: The Key Reads

Intoo USA

Welcome to our summary of January’s best reads on HR trends! This month, trending topics in the HR industry included tone-deaf layoff memos, how ChatGPT will affect the future of work, and the potential FTC ban on noncompete agreements. HR Trends for January 2023 Apologies came too late (if at all) following these flubbed layoff memos. Spotify CEO Daniel Ek chose to write about how his own role will improve as a result of organizational changes.

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Expense Reporting Analytics That Can Be Useful to Improve The Process


One of the many good things about purpose-built software that helps manage a single organizational. The post Expense Reporting Analytics That Can Be Useful to Improve The Process appeared first on SutiSoft.

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Ace Your I-9 Compliance: How HR Can Navigate the End of I-9 Virtual Review

Speaker: David Secunda, Co-Founder and CEO of WorkBright

Did your company inspect I-9 documents virtually? Hot off the press from ICE, you have until August 30th, 2023 to document a physical inspection of those documents! If you’re not sure what exactly this means for your organization or are struggling to physically review I-9 documents with remote employees, join WorkBright for a 60 minute deep-dive and Q&A on the end of I-9 virtual review.

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Who has the power to fire? It depends – to a degree


That’s not how it happens. Who has the final decision-making authority for termination decisions? When is HR the decision maker? When is it the manager? There needs to be more clarity around this issue I posted three separate polls on this issue, all asking the same question: Who has the final firepower? But for each, I gave a different situation: 1.

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How Time in Lieu can Improve Your Work-Life Balance


We all strive for a healthy balance between work and personal life. It makes us happy and more productive, reduces stress and burnout, and leaves room for fun outside of work. A happy employee means a more engaged worker and less turnover, which also creates a positive company culture that attracts top talent. Time in lieu (TIL), is a mechanism that permits employees to earn and use the extra time off in return for working more hours, and is a crucial instrument for maintaining this balance.

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High-Performance Companies are 6x More Likely to Have “Fit” Cultures (i4cp login required)


New global study by i4cp shows an inextricable link between the cultural health of an organization and its financial performance. It also unveils The Toxic 9 … traits that can derail any culture. February 1, 2023, Seattle, WA - The latest global study by HR research powerhouse i4cp provides evidence to support a new business imperative: the health of your culture has a direct impact on how well a company performs.

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New To Coaching? Here Are 14 Things Seasoned Experts Think You Should Know

Forbes Coaches Council

It’s common for new coaches to wonder where their blind spots might be. Thankfully, there are effective ways to overcome these doubts, and there’s no one better to learn them from than other successful coaches.

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Employer Guide: End of I-9 Virtual Review

Attention employers! If you virtually inspected I-9 work authorization documents during the COVID pandemic, you are required to physically inspect those documents before August 30th, 2023! WorkBright has consolidated all the information you need to properly manage this unprecedented scenario in an end of I-9 Virtual Review guide. They've got you covered on: Understanding whether this applies to your organization Deadlines for virtual review and physical inspections Overview of the reconciliation

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Employers’ top wins and lessons of 2022 – and what they’re planning for 2023


To make sense of it all, we thought we’d go right to the source. We asked SMB employers what their biggest lessons and wins were from 2022 and what they’ve got on the agenda going into 2023. More than 70 responded and we’re sharing their insights to support you as we (potentially) head into a long-anticipated recession. Let’s look at the 17 main takeaways from these employers: 1.

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Is your HR policy really ‘human-centric’?

TLNT: The Business of HR

In an article for Fortune magazine in late 2021, Rasmus Hougaard, CEO of Potential Project and co-author of “Compassionate Leadership: How to do Hard Things a Human Way,” made a deliberately arresting statement.

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should I stop using my office’s flex hours since my coworkers have earlier schedules?

Ask a Manager

This post, should I stop using my office’s flex hours since my coworkers have earlier schedules? , was written by Alison Green and published on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: My organization has a very generous flexible time policy. Our office’s “core hours” are 10 am – 3 pm, and all employees must be working during this time.

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IT Recruiting is Still a Struggle. These Strategies Can Help


Recent headlines are shining a bright light on high-profile layoffs in the technology industry. But for many employers, IT recruiting is still an uphill battle — largely because the IT talent shortage continues to dampen hiring plans. For years, organizations have posted more job openings than qualified candidates could fill. The opportunity cost is staggering. […] The post IT Recruiting is Still a Struggle.

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The Ultimate Guide to Optimizing HR Operations: How to Select Your New HR Software

Speaker: Patrick Sayers, President of Newcastle Research

Are you tired of struggling with outdated HR software? Are you interested in unlocking your organization’s productivity potential? It’s no secret that with tech-dependent remote work on the rise, it's more important than ever to successfully implement an HR platform that can provide actionable insights to help you hit all your key workforce KPIs. But with so much variation, how can you find the most optimal HR software platform for your team?

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Happy Groundhog’ Day

Evil HR Lady

Let’s face it, a lot of life can feel like Groundhogs Day (if you subscribe to the Bill Murray theory of the day). We do the same things over and over, and it can get repetitive. Especially in HR–while there are always unexpected things there is a lot of repetition. Recruit, onboard, retain, exit interview, lather, rinse, repeat. So, I thought I’d use ChatGPT to give us some groundhog info.

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Your first internship, in your career, should be in sales! No matter your major.

The Tim Sackett Project

So, it’s that time of year when we begin to think about our interns for the summer. I love interns because we get to show them what they’ll never do or see again in the real world when they get their first job! I’m only half-joking. Most internships I hear about today (and I hear about a lot) aren’t coming close to teaching young adults what it’s like to really work a job in your company.

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I’m unprofessional and not detail-oriented — but I still need to earn a living

Ask a Manager

This post, I’m unprofessional and not detail-oriented — but I still need to earn a living , was written by Alison Green and published on Ask a Manager. It’s the Thursday “ask the readers” question. I am not a detail-oriented person. I’ve had jobs where I was responsible for things like making sure that a packet of materials was the correct color paper, or following a 94-step process perfectly many times.

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8 Ideas for Talent Acquisition Success in 2023


Every employer’s definition of talent acquisition success is different. But many employers have learned valuable lessons over the years. Recently, we decided to capture some of those lessons so other hiring organizations could benefit. That’s why we asked business and recruiting leaders to share tips for talent acquisition success in the year ahead.

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Report: Insights on Global Fertility at Work

Fertility is not only a global healthcare concern, but also an important workplace issue. To better understand how fertility impacts the workplace, Carrot Fertility surveyed 5,000 people across the U.S., UK, Canada, India, and Mexico. Carrot asked questions to get a sense of how people around the world feel about fertility topics at work and how they want to be supported in their fertility and family-forming journeys.