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

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How Good Leadership Can Reverse Turnover

Hppy

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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Data Security Must Be a Top Priority for HR

TalentCulture

In today’s world of digital transformation, mobile business, interconnectivity, and remote workforces , there’s one word that must be top of mind for any organization: Security. Especially when employees and proprietary business data begin to mix. I’m not just talking about malicious hackers or ransomware attacks, either. Here’s the thing, and it’s something that we tend to forget as we go about our busy workdays.

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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. In a recent case, the Equal Employment Oppportunity Commission announced that New Mexico Orthopaedics Associates, owners/operators of a medical facilit

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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.

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Future-proof your I-9 compliance for 2024

Speaker: Join I-9 Experts:

Got I-9 compliance on your mind? Spending endless amounts of time ensuring you stay compliant? Get your questions answered with an expert panel from WorkBright. During this one-hour webinar, Workbright will dive deep into I-9 best practices, navigate the nuances of the new 2023 'alternative procedure,' and learn actionable ways to ensure your audit trail is squeaky clean.

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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.

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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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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.

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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.

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9 Books Every Recruiter Needs to Read at Least Once

Linkedin Talent Blog

Sadly, summertime’s coming to an end. But, just because you’re no longer lying on a sunny beach doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take some you time and settle into a good read. For many, deep diving into a text can answer our grappling questions, allow us to explore new ways of doing things and leave us more insightful, a bit more introspective and a little wiser on living.

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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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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.

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Recipes for #HR Success: Relationship Management and Consultation

HR Bartender

(Editor’s Note: This series is brought to you by our friends at Capella University. Capella is an accredited online university dedicated to providing an exceptional, professionally-aligned education that puts you in the best position to succeed in your field. They offer bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees as well as certificate programs for human resources and business professionals.

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The Difference between Employee Performance and Productivity

EmployeeConnect

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.

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The 10 Most Popular Articles Among Recruiters This Week

Linkedin Talent Blog

In case you need a stimulating read, here’s a great list for you. We took a look at the articles staffing and corporate recruiters shared, liked, and commented on the most on LinkedIn during the last 7 days and posted them below. Here are the top posts for this week: 1. Here's How One CEO Makes Hiring Decisions in 7 Minutes -- by Jacquelyn Smith. 2.

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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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How to Know If You Should Use Performance Ratings

Reflektive

“I’d love to get rid of ratings, but it’ll never get past our senior management.” This is a popular refrain among HR folks as industry leaders including Goldman Sachs and GE have stopped rating their employees in annual reviews. Research shows ratings are demotivating but HR and people operations departments often rely on ratings to determine compensation and avoid talent-related lawsuits.

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Can HR Be Trusted with Confidential Information – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

Working in a family-owned business is unique. That doesn’t mean it’s bad. It’s just different. How you view the situation could depend on whether you’re a member of the “family” or not. Today, many organizations allow family members to work together. Maybe not in the same department, but for the same company. Especially in larger organizations where family members might not have daily contact.

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Should HR Ban Pokemon Go at Work?

EmployeeConnect

Pokemon Go? A good news for HR this year! The popular video game should be seen as a trigger to create transgenerational interactions in the workplace. It represents an opportunity to create a debate and open the conversation between Millennials and their older colleagues. Nintendo shows us the future of business and learning gamification. Augmented reality captures our attention like never before.

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Going Beyond Employee Engagement to Business Results

PeopleStrategy

Author: Ben Eubanks, Principal Analyst, Lighthouse Research & Advisory. It seems that we can’t turn around today without having a conversation that touches on employee engagement. Yet despite all the attention, it hasn’t really moved the needle. In the graphic above, pulled from Google Trends, you can see the interest in employee engagement for over ten years.

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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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Are Employers Required To Provide Time Off To Vote?

ExactHire

The U.S. Presidential Election is heating up–honestly, it’s a firestorm already. Tuesday, November 8, 2016 is the culmination of 18 months of primary and general election campaigning. And as with every election, the candidates, political parties, and special interest groups will all be pushing for strong voter turnout as that date nears. Free, fair, and regular elections are essential for a democracy.

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Leadership Development Isn’t Fundamental to Business Strategy

HR Bartender

I believe that everyone is a leader. Leadership is defined as the ability to influence others. Using that definition, everyone has the ability to influence, so everyone is a leader. Logically, it also means that everyone needs development. Now, I do realize that some organizations consider leadership development to be a program designed exclusively for individuals who will hold a certain job title within the organization.

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3 Ways To Nail Your Phone Interview

Hoops

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 Employees Want: The Future of Compensation

Everwise

Not much new thinking has gone into the standard compensation package since the invention of the 401(k) plan , nearly 40 years ago. The mixture of salary, incentives, amenities, and idiosyncratic perks that companies offer employees for hard work and loyalty has remained relatively unchanged, despite shifting job climates and employees’ expectations.

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Navigating Recruitment Agencies: A TA Leader Strategy Guide

Navigating the realm of recruitment agencies isn’t always easy. As talent acquisition has evolved, so have the challenges in managing agency relationships and spend. If you've ever felt in the dark about rogue hires, elusive budget spends, or questioned which agencies truly deliver, this guide is your beacon. Dive into our exploration of the most common agency-related challenges and strategies tailored for 2024's hiring landscape.

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How To Manage Conflicts Between Bosses And Their Staff

Hppy

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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Three Lessons I Have Learned From Five Years of Blogging

The Aristocracy of HR

010021000010 September 13th will mark the 5 year anniversary of The Aristocracy of HR. I certainly never set out to become a blogger, so reaching this milestone is pretty darn special. There were quite a few people who gave me a chance and supported from the very beginning. I’ll give them a shout out next […].

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This Is How Facebook Does Performance Reviews

Reflektive

As companies including General Electric and IBM have announced changes to their annual performance reviews meant to foster innovation, it’s interesting to see what younger technology companies are doing to engage their employees and promote learning and development. As the modern workforce is increasingly being driven by knowledge workers, the annual performance review is lacking.

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Building an Intentional Company Culture

Kazoo

“People are our most important asset.”. “There is no ‘I’ in team.”. “Our talent is our competitive advantage.”. We’ve heard them all, and (ideally) in every company we’ve been lucky enough to work in, the leadership team truly believes each statement. But rarely do I meet the CEO or head of HR who have taken the painstaking (and worthwhile) time to answer the critical questions about the organizational culture they intend to set: WHY should someone work at your company?

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8 Pillars of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts have long been a priority for companies, but the pandemic has made the need to increase these efforts even more apparent. As many companies have doubled down on efforts, how can they transform promises into company-specific actions? This eBook shares what a comprehensive commitment to DEI looks like at every part of the employee lifecycle.

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5 Actions To Cure A Sick Culture

Hppy

Performance wanes. Engagement falls and morale sinks. These are tell-tale signs that your culture is sick and needs attention. So how do you go about fixing it? First, three housekeeping questions: 1. What is “culture”? Culture describes an organization’s working environment. How people behave. What they talk about. How they interact with and treat one another.

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Oracle “Human Talks” Episode 3: Guest, Matthew Jurosek

Trish McFarlane

H3 HR Advisors is excited to share a new video series we have in partnership with Oracle. Human Talks is a show where we talk to HCM practitioners, analysts, and Oracle partners. Each episode is approximately 5 minutes, so well worth your time in hearing what is happening in the world of HCM. These episodes were recorded at HCM World 2016. Please check out our third episode with Matthew Jurosek.

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How to Motivate Your Loyal Employees

ATD Human Capital

According to a 2015 employee recognition survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Globoforce, organizations with programs that recognize and reward employees for their time and contribution experience better business results. The report also states that employee turnover, employee engagement, and succession planning are the top three challenges that organizations are facing today.