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Employee Retention Strategies: 9 Ideas That Are Working

TalentCulture

Keeping valued employees onboard is top-of-mind for many organizations these days. But what kind of employee retention strategies are actually working? To find out, we asked numerous HR and business leaders to tell us which methods are making a difference for their workforce. And they responded with a variety of answers worth considering. Here are […] The post Employee Retention Strategies: 9 Ideas That Are Working appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Quiet Thriving: Everything You Need to Know

HR Lineup

In today’s fast-paced and noisy world, it is becoming increasingly important for organizations to foster a culture of quiet thriving in the workplace. While extroversion and outspokenness are often celebrated and encouraged, it is equally important to create an environment that values introverts and recognizes the power of quiet and reflection.

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The Worst HR Job I Ever Had

Robin Schooling

Once upon a time I held a job that has long since disappeared from my resume. You won’t find it on my LinkedIn profile, I never mention the name of the company aloud, and I’m fairly successful (except in times of extreme duress) at forgetting I ever even had a key to the building. At the time I accepted the job offer I thought it was the greatest career move of my life.

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Does Agile HR really work?

HRExecutive

The evolution of how we talk about work is fascinating. From the early days of agrarian life, the focus on manufacturing at the start of the Industrial Revolution, and the emergence of the corporate office and beyond, people have tried to find a framework that reflects both the work being done and the changing world around them. - Advertisement - Some groups adapt faster than others—technology often dives headfirst into new ways of working, be it coding languages or methodology.

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Breaking the Burnout Cycle: Empowering Managers for Excellence

Speaker: Adri Glover - Head of People, and Mollie Hinz - Sr. People Partner

In the fast-paced world of work, burnout has emerged as a critical issue. Alarming statistics reveal two in five U.S. workers experience feeling burned out. However, the situation is even more dire among managers, with nearly half reporting burnout, often hidden behind their responsibilities and the desire to uplift their teams. Recognizing the severity of this problem is crucial.

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Epic Recruitment Sourcing Strategies to Find the Perfect Candidate

Hire Talent

Recruiting the right talent is a complex task. In today's fast-paced world, the need for exceptional individuals is increasing rapidly, making it increasingly challenging for businesses to find qualified candidates. Organizations are actively exploring creative methods to develop successful strategies for attracting and retaining talent. Get ready to uncover the ultimate recruitment sourcing strategies.

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15 Job Titles for Human Resources: A Comprehensive HR Job List

Analytics in HR

Whether you’re new to HR or looking for more opportunities to develop your HR career, it’s always good to know the various job titles for human resources. In this article, we will describe some of the most common job titles for HR, including the salary range for each role and what you need to do to get there. Contents What is HR? Job titles for Human Resources Determine your HR career path What is HR?

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HR Trends That Matter in 2023: An Insider’s Guide

TalentCulture

People often ask me which HR trends should be on their radar. It’s a fair question, because I organize two of the HR profession’s most popular conferences, UNLEASH America and UNLEASH World. During the programming process, I work closely with hundreds of human resources leaders and industry influencers, as well as HR technology and services […] The post HR Trends That Matter in 2023: An Insider’s Guide appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Is Impersonal Recruitment Stalling Your Hiring Efforts?

Hospital Recruiting

If you’ve ever been trapped in a voicemail maze, you know how frustrating it can be to wait for an actual human to get on the line. How many times have you given up on the call? Automation may be a necessity in many industries due to staffing shortages, but its price is often customer care. When it comes to recruitment, a personal touch may be required to assure you’re attracting top clinicians.

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How Mercy Health ‘Uberized’ Its Nursing Staff

SHRM Resources

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From Awareness to Action: An HR Guide to Making Accessibility Accessible

Speaker: Danielle Johnson - Director of HR, Compliance & DEI in AI tech at Impact Observatory

Making accessibility accessible for organizations of all sizes may seem complex, but it doesn’t have to be. Prepare to broaden your understanding of Disability, Cultural Competency, and Inclusion with this insightful webinar. We’ll explore disability as a vibrant culture, understand the nuances of reasonable accommodations under the ADA, and navigate the complexities of undue hardship while challenging the status quo of accessibility practices.

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How to Measure HR Effectiveness with 12 Key Metrics

15Five

You’d be hard-pressed to find a business executive today who doesn’t believe their people are the organization’s most valuable asset. So why do so many of those same leaders not consider HR a strategic function? Why do HR leaders still have to fight for a seat at the table? According to Gartner, 58% of organizations say a lack of relevant metrics to track HR progress is one of the top barriers to effective strategic planning.

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The Bastardization of Psychological Safety– and How Leaders Can Get Back on Track

The People Equation

Psychological safety is having an identity crisis. The once-obscure academic concept is now part of mainstream corporate lexicon–and, surprise! It’s been taken out of context, used incorrectly and misappropriated to the point that it’s barely recognizable in its current state. The concept’s bastardization is a crying shame because its original intention was pure: to offer a framework for leaders to create a culture where people feel free to voice their (sometimes) unpopular or sensitive opinions

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Artificial intelligence in human resources: 7 ways it helps HR

Workable

Artificial intelligence is a broad term that encompasses several types of technology – that much is an understatement. And this applies to human resource management as well. In human resources, AI is increasingly being used to help drive decisions about hiring, retention and employee development. AI can also be used to automate tasks like payroll and benefits administration – but it’s being used for so much more, including the rapid creation of new policies, contracts, job descriptions, intervie

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Diversity and inclusion: Nine ways leaders can improve their allyship skills

HR Zone

Culture Have your leaders got allyship skills?

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Get a Look Inside The Ultimate Recruiter Planning Kit

As recruiting teams work harder than ever to find, hire, and onboard qualified candidates in this highly competitive market, it’s essential to find ways to optimize your recruiting function. The Ultimate Recruiter Planning Kit includes eight worksheets filled with labor market insights, actionable recruiting strategies, and worksheets to plan your strategy for hiring top talent.

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Reducing the divide between white and blue-collar workers

Evil HR Lady

What color is your collar? The term white and blue collar comes from a time when office workers (primarily men) wore white shirts, and people who worked in factories and did manual labor wore shirts with blue collars. (Women’s work–typically positions that involved caring for others–was labeled “pink collar.”) Today, you don’t see a lot of division based on clothing.

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PwC’s HR, tech leaders prepare to train U.S. workforce on ChatGPT technology

HRExecutive

Professional services and accounting powerhouse PwC is looking to power up its U.S. workforce of over 65,000 employees with basic to advanced knowledge of ChatGPT technology over the next three years, and it’s putting big bucks behind that effort. - Advertisement - PwC recently announced that it’s making a $1 billion investment to super-size and scale its AI capabilities.

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The 4 main types of AI in HR work – and how you can profit

Workable

In order to get the most out of your AI in HR, it’s important to make sure you’re getting all of these AI terminologies right and how each can factor into your day-to-day HR work. Let’s look at some of the more popular ones: 1. Generative AI Generative AI is the ability to create new emails, reports, documents, text messages and so on. Believe it or not, this type of AI is still in its infancy even if it’s being utilized across the board now.

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It Starts with You: The Power of Being an Upstander

Civility Partners

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you witnessed behavior that made you feel uncomfortable or uneasy, but weren’t sure how to respond? Maybe it was a situation where someone was being bullied or harassed, or perhaps it was a situation where someone was being discriminated against due to their race, gender, or other characteristics.

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2024 Payroll Calendar Templates

These calendars provide pay period dates and paydays for biweekly, semi-monthly, and monthly payroll in 2024. Use them as a reminder or share with employees so they can celebrate payday.

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4 Ways Employers Can Support Mental Wellness in the Workforce

Cisive

Did you know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month? Mental health in the workplace received a lot more attention during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Three years later, it remains an important topic among employers and team members, as turnover, financial constraints, and shifting priorities create uncertainties and stress for many workers.

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8 Steps To Implement and Enable Coaching in the Workplace

Analytics in HR

Coaching in the workplace can be a great way to support your employees’ growth, engagement, and performance. This article will take a closer look at coaching in the workplace and HR’s role. We’ll discuss the importance of coaching and share best practices for HR professionals to support this initiative in the organization. Contents What is workplace coaching?

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As mental health crisis grows, leave requests are on the rise

HRExecutive

As Mental Health Awareness Month nears a close, timely new research suggests that the growing mental health crisis is driving up employee leaves of absences—and creating new challenges for HR leaders. - Advertisement - In its 11th year, the Littler Annual Employer Survey featured input from 515 in-house lawyers, C-suite executives and HR professionals across the U.S.

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Mental health myths: What you know about anxiety is wrong

HR Zone

Culture The anxiety myth

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The 4 Dysfunctions of Recruiting & How You Can Successfully Overcome Them

Speaker: Trent Cotton, VP of Talent and Culture at Hatchworks

Are you tired of falling into the same recruiting rut, facing the same obstacles over and over with mediocre results? Recruiting in this market is definitely challenging, but your recruitment process doesn’t have to be. Join Trent Cotton in this exclusive webinar to learn how to overcome the four dysfunctions of recruiting with Sprint Recruiting. Sprint Recruiting opens up a new world for recruiters by applying the AGILE methodology to the recruitment process!

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10 Songs About Inclusion to Play in your Office

Civility Partners

In a diverse and inclusive workplace, it’s important to create an environment where all employees feel welcome and valued. One way to promote a sense of unity and acceptance is through the power of music. Playing songs about inclusion in your office can help inspire and uplift your team, and encourage everyone to appreciate and celebrate diversity.

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10 Strategies to Build Team Morale in the Workplace

Vantage Circle

Are you struggling to keep your employees motivated and engaged in the workplace? Are you facing high levels of absenteeism, poor performance, or high turnover rates? These are all signs of low employee morale, which can be detrimental to your organization's success. The good news is that building and maintaining high employee morale is possible with the right strategies in place.

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IRS raises HSA limit for 2024 with record increase

HRExecutive

With inflation sitting at lofty levels post-pandemic, the Internal Revenue Service is raising the annual contribution limit for Health Savings Accounts by more than 7%, marking a record increase. - Advertisement - “The IRS has made inflation adjustments to the HSA since 2004. The adjustments for 2024 for individual and family contribution limits mark its most significant increase by both percentage and amount—ever,” emphasizes Jason Bornhorst, co-founder and CEO of First Dollar, a healthcare be

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Retaliation in the Workplace: What to Look Out for After You File a Complaint

EverFi - HR

Example of a Workplace Retaliation Case Ebrima Jallow, who is Gambian and Muslim, is employed at a large discount retail chain as an asset protection coordinator. Jallow’s store manager doesn’t like him and makes it known through numerous offensive comments. After Jallow complains about the harassment, the store manager retaliates. He threatens to fire Jallow and places him on a one-year probationary period.

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How Can Your HR Team Help Build a Positive Workplace Culture?

Read Gallagher Better WorksSM Insights magazine – out now – and find out how organizations can build a positive workplace culture and retain talent by prioritizing financial wellbeing programs and employee mental health.

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9?High-Trust?Leadership Behaviors Everyone Should Model

Great Place to Work

Every employee should take these behaviors to heart whether or not they are people leaders. I often get asked what it takes to create a great workplace. The short answer: trust. High-trust cultures help employees thrive, which fuels company performance in all areas — from referrals and retention to productivity and revenue. It’s impossible to create a great workplace for all employees without trust.

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Recognizing the Telltale Signs Your Job is Affecting Your Mental Health

HR Digest

Your job can have a big impact on your mental health. If you’re feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed, it could be due to your work. There are a number of signs that your job is affecting your mental health. If you’re experiencing any of these signs, it’s important to take action. In today’s fast-paced and demanding professional landscape, it’s essential to prioritize our mental well-being alongside our careers.

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List of Examples of Performance Goals and Objectives

6Q

Performance goals are targets for the output of an employee. Employees may get performance goals periodically; that is, weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly. These goals are normally agreed on between a manager and the employee. To ensure that performance goals are effective, they must have indicators to show when they are being met. Indicators also help both management and employees in tracking the progress of performance goals.

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