Sat.Sep 03, 2016 - Fri.Sep 09, 2016

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Recruiting Analytics, Ownership, and Accountability (New Podcast)


Today the second episode of We’re Only Human aired on the HR Happy Hour Podcast Network. The show is focused on recruiting analytics, owners, and accountability. My guest for this show is Kristina Minyard , the Senior Talent Manager at Ignite. During the show we covered some of the interesting aspects that separate staffing and corporate recruiting as well as some of the common challenges and opportunities for recruiting leaders.

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Chop Your Own Wood

HR Hardball

External recruiters are a crutch. I need to be careful with this one, lest I misrepresent my point, but hear me out. What is “ recruiting ?” ” Visit different companies and you’ll find the definition (and philosophy) differs quite a bit.


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How Good Leadership Can Reverse Turnover


Staffing is the lifeblood of my HR career. It’s where I truly got my start and really thrived. It’s one of the toughest jobs in our practice, in my opinion, and not just because I used to do it. Because there is rarely a client harder to please than a manager who just lost a treasured employee and not only are they looking to you to fill the position immediately, but they’re also wildly hurt and upset that “turnover is such a problem.”.

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Fired because she has a disabled daughter? That’ll cost firm $165k

HR Morning

There’s a little-known form of workplace bias that can cost employers big, as one company recently learned. It’s called associational discrimination. . The concept is this: Employers can’t take an adverse employment action against an individual because he or she may have to care for — or is closely linked to — a disabled individual.

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HR Playbook: How Paycor Helps You Manage Compliance Risk

There are few certainties in life. Death. Taxes. Changing compliance laws. Keeping up is a full-time job many companies can’t staff. That’s why finding the right HR provider is critical. Learn how Paycor helps you stay ahead. Download the guide today!

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5 Unique Benefits of Competency Based Recruitment and Selection

ClearCompany HRM

The hiring decision assesses three components: knowledge, skills and competencies. Candidates must possess professional knowledge and institutional knowledge to perform on the job, and they must have the functional and technical skills required of the role. Recruiting & Sourcing

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Stuff Changes

Compensation Cafe

S tuff changes. That simple phrase has profound implications for total reward professionals. The way things change over time affects almost every compensation situation. Consider some of the typical challenges that arise. She has already surpassed the quota demanded last year.” Performance output objectives valid in prior periods are irrelevant going forward. Why was that promised raise challenged?”

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Average Time to Fill = 42 Days according to SHRM Survey – So What ?


Written by: Jacqueline Kuhn. The USA Today reported that a recent SHRM Survey indicated the Average Time to Fill a job is 42 days according to their Human Capital Benchmark Report. I work with many clients who look to improve their processes for finding candidates. Almost all of them would love to have an average time to fill that is LT 50 days.

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The Why and How of a Mobile-First Workforce

Cornerstone On Demand

In nearly every industry, the gray cubicle is a thing of the past as people are now able to connect at any time, from anywhere. As the world becomes increasingly mobile, so does the future of work—we can check email and host meetings on a phone, tablet or laptop, and this can happen at a desk, in a coffee shop or even mid-air on a plane

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DOL Obtains ‘Double Damages’ for Intentional Misclassification

HR Daily Advisor

An employer and its staffing company will pay $1.1 million in back wages and another $1.1 million in damages to resolve U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) findings that they intentionally misclassified workers as independent contractors. Force Corp., a construction company, created AB Construction to provide it with much of its labor. Force Corp., however, prepared and controlled the payroll and payment procedures for both companies, DOL said in a press release.

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Reworked CONNECT - Empowering the Modern Workforce | May 10-12, 2023, Austin, TX

Speaker: Kristine Dery, Professor of Work, Technology and Innovation, and Academic Research Affiliate at MIT-CISR; Dion Hinchliffe, Chief Technology Officer at Constellation Research

Reworked CONNECT is a must-attend conference for HR professionals looking to stay ahead of the curve in the ever-evolving world of work. See the latest trends, technologies, and strategies powering today's most successful workplaces. Secure your conference pass today!

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M&A Friday! This Week’s HR Deals


Happy Friday. Each week, with the help of HRmarketer Insight software , our researchers compile a sampling of mergers & acquisition, funding and partnership announcements from the human resource, recruitment and employee benefits marketplace. Sign-up for our weekly What’s Hot in HR newsletter to get these weekly updates via email. M&A. Glas sdoor acquires Brazil’s Love Mondays to expand into Latin America.

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Singin' In The Rain


Getting an HR analytics initiative off the ground can be a truly daunting task. If you are like most companies you have found plenty of people who gladly offer a plethora of “rain on your parade” reasons why your initiative will stall-out or fail. Here are a few great reasons to implement an enterprise workforce planning and analytics tool that will have you Singin’ In The Rain. #1 1 Predicting Demand One of our customers wanted to staff more effectively.

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Why People Strategy is Critical to Government

Cornerstone On Demand

It is critical that agencies manage talent well in order to achieve their missions. It would be hard to find anyone in government who doesn’t believe that. So, why is it that many government agencies are so out of the loop when it comes to their people strategy? 70 percent of government agencies rely on informal methods for workforce planning, including handwritten notes, white boards and blank spreadsheets. Note 1

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A “Smart” Solution for Simplified Payroll

Ultimate Software

With this being National Payroll Week, we wanted to take a closer look at a hot-button issue for payroll professionals across America. In this post, we’ll focus on one state in particular: Pennsylvania. If you’re a payroll professional, you probably know Pennsylvania has one of the most complex local tax structures throughout the country—as in, one simple employee change, such as a new address, will likely require some manual effort.

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

Speaker: Patrick Sayers - President, Newcastle Research

Join Patrick Sayers, president of Newcastle Research, to learn the biggest mistakes to avoid when switching your HR software and gain insights into the most important things companies consider on the path to a successful HR technology strategy.

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How to Squeeze Professional Development into Your 2017 HR Budget

ClearCompany HRM

It’s tough to promote professional development when your company doesn’t have the funding to back growth, even if employees have the drive to improve. Obviously, you want your employees to grow professionally, but there are other areas of the company that need money as well and it’s not like you can take from the electric bill funds. Talent Management

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Employee Volunteering & Company Culture: A Love Story


This is a guest post by our friends at YourCause. The top factors in choosing to apply for a job have pretty much remained the same: salary, job stability, career advancement, blah blah blah…. that is, until recently. As millennial’s flood the job market, their attention to happiness in the workplace is catching on and companies are taking notice. That “feeling in the office” or “work vibe” is an outcome of the company’s culture, and it’s vital to attracting and keeping top talent.

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The Sharing Economy: How the Hospitality Industry Can Continue to Thrive in the 21st Century

Cornerstone On Demand

With the new sharing economy, technology has enabled a new independent workforce of individuals willing to rent, or provide services at a rapid pace. You can now pick up a cell phone at the drop of a hat and order a ride or book a weekend in someone else’s apartment, causing increased disruption to traditional hospitality or retailer models.

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National Payroll Week

Ultimate Software

Happy National Payroll Week! National Payroll Week celebrates America’s 150 million wage earners and the payroll professionals who pay them. Through the payroll withholding system, we contribute, collect, report and deposit approximately $2.2 trillion – that’s 67% of the U.S. Treasury’s annual revenue. To recognize National Payroll Week, a few of our favorite industry thought leaders shared why they feel payroll is so important. What do you think? Please leave a comment below.

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Creating Benefits Flexibility Your Employees Will Value

Speaker: Alex Anderson - Total Rewards Strategist at Lockton Companies | Leo Tokar - President, People Solutions and Partner at Lockton Companies

Join two total rewards experts, Alex Anderson and Leo Tokar, for an in depth discussion on how your organization can implement transparent and flexible benefits and compensation plans.

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4 Best Practices For Choosing the Right HR Analytics Technology


When setting up a workforce analytics function, it’s clear that the people you include are vital to long-term success. However, the technologies you choose to enable your team are just as critical. In fact, exploring new technologies — especially those based in the cloud — was a popular recommendation in this year’s Global Human Capital Trends report by Deloitte. But with so many options to choose from, how can you make sure you’re equipping your team with the right tools?

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Everything #HR Needs to Know About HR Technology

HR Bartender

It totally makes sense to recognize the thing that makes our businesses unique. Our people! People also make your business productive. So I thought I would round up a series of posts on something that people just can’t live without these days – technology. Employees use technology to find a job, get onboarded, receive training, and much more. HR technology solutions are getting more complex by the minute. Primarily because technology is moving at such a rapid pace.

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7 Things Every Staffing Recruiter Should Do to Stay Competitive

Linkedin Talent Blog

At every recruiting conference I address, there is one complaint more prevalent than any other : “It’s really difficult to find qualified candidates.” But the truth is, this is actually a good thing for staffing and recruiting professionals. If it was easy to find great candidates, there would be no need for your services. However, that doesn’t mean that the challenge of finding top talent doesn’t get tiring. But, there are ways to combat that.

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Keep Employees Healthy and Happy with These Work Perks


At CultureIQ, we believe that culture is about more than perks, but when perks are aligned with your values and chosen wisely (like the ones below), they can go a long way to enhance your culture! This is a guest post by our friends at Justworks. Diet, exercise, reflection, education — each of these factors goes a long way to helping us achieve health. Extending those pillars of a healthful lifestyle to the workplace, however, can be difficult.

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Onboarding Retrospective - A Different Path to Better Onboarding Experiences

Speaker: Carrie Missele - Practice Lead, Learning and Development at Inspirant Group

In this webinar, Carrie Missele will walk you through the process of developing an effective onboarding program that leads to a happy a happy new hire!

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How To Manage Conflicts Between Bosses And Their Staff


If you’re managing a group of people in a working environment, you’re trying to make things work regardless of the obstacles the team faces. Still, disputes will be inevitable. The complicated connections within the team impose the need for hierarchy. Even if everyone respects the person with a higher rank, disagreements may arise because you’re dealing with different characters and egos.

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Live from CareerBuilder’s Empower

The Tim Sackett Project

I’m on the road at CareerBuilder’s Empower conference in Chicago. This is the second annual conference designed for corporate talent acquisition and staffing agency pros. This year CB made a ton of changes to make it better from a content perspective for sure! The first event last year seemed to be one giant commercial for CareerBuilder broken up by big name keynotes and food and drink. It was fun, but not sure how much content and takeaways anyone really got.

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The Difference between Employee Performance and Productivity


We often tend to be confused when it comes to making the distinction between employee performance and productivity. Generally, we don’t manage to grasp the subtle differences between the management of these two concepts. While productivity management comes down to HR management systems, performance management actually is a tool that can be used to rollout the overall corporate strategy. The last decade has seen many organisations link performance back to strategic business goals.

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3 Ways To Nail Your Phone Interview


Phone interviews may seem easier and less intimidating than face to face interviews and in some ways, they are. After all, you and the interviewer can’t see each other which means you can be less self-conscious about your outfit selection or a random facial tic. You may think it’s a good thing that the interviewer can’t see your body language over the phone, because that way your mannerisms won’t reveal your nervousness.

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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.