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Headcount Reporting: Benefits and 7 Best Practices for HR

Analytics in HR

If organizations want to understand their workforce dynamics and engage in effective workforce planning, they need to have an overview of their headcount numbers. Although headcount reporting is meant to be a simple process with a concrete outcome, it rarely ends up being as straightforward as it should be due to discrepancies across departments. So, let’s dive into everything you need to know about headcount reporting.

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6 ways Workable helps you create a great candidate experience


In fact, it’s often the candidate’s first impression of your company and can impact your reputation as an employer for better or for worse. Right now, Workable’s data shows that job openings are going through the roof and candidates are at a premium – making it a candidate’s market. So, the onus is very much on you to ensure that your hiring process is a positive experience for every candidate.

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Is a post-COVID remote work policy right for you?

Business Management Daily

With COVID restrictions easing up and vaccines now readily available, many business owners are planning for the return to the office. Others are wondering if they’ll even really need an office at all after two years of their team working remotely without a loss of productivity. Deciding on the best course policy for your workplace can be tricky. There are a lot of pros and cons to weigh with each possible working arrangement, and newly empowered employees might have a lot to say.

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How to get the most out of your recruitment CRM


Doing ‘more with less’ is de rigueur for businesses to succeed in the current economic environment. Established businesses lean towards pursuing higher productivity in less time – and with fewer resources – and make the effort to build a sustainable workforce that thrives. Take a look around and you will see this playing out as organizations build leaner enterprises with optimized day-to-day operations by embracing the digital transformation journey.

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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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The Complete Guide to an Effective Recruitment Process in 2022

HR Shelf

The best way to have a successful business is to find and retain talented employees. However, it is challenging to find qualified employees in this modern-day world and difficult to keep them for long. According to a survey from the ManpowerGroup, about 69% of organizations in the United States are struggling to find the right talent, an increase from 14% in 2010.

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Top 4 ways to connect employees in a hybrid workforce culture


You’ve listened to your workforce and they’ve told you they prefer a blended approach to work moving forward. Your IT colleagues are putting the bells and whistles on the virtual-first environment. As you make the shift to your hybrid office culture, how will you ensure a collaborative employee experience when only a portion of the team is in one another’s company at any given time?

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Should Compensation Be Tied to Performance Reviews?


Performance reviews can be scary. Sitting down with your manager to go over your performance for the last year and getting feedback is nerve-wracking but essential for employees who want to grow in their careers. For 35% of individual contributors , the annual performance review is the only time they get clear feedback from their managers. Since feedback is hard to come by, separating compensation and focusing on performance during the review process is necessary.

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how much money do you make?

Ask a Manager

This post, how much money do you make? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s hard to get real-world information about what jobs pay. Online salary websites are often inaccurate, and people can get weird when you ask them directly. So let’s take some of the mystery out of salaries. It’s only been a year since our last salary survey, but with so much job churn and changes in the economy, I thought fresher data would be useful.

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Meet Kazoo’s CEO, Patrick Manzo


Kazoo is excited to welcome CEO Patrick Manzo! Patrick comes to Kazoo after spending the last three years at Skillsoft , where he most recently served as Chief Revenue Officer. As a former US Naval Officer and a licensed attorney, Manzo is a mission-driven leader focused on team development, a disciplined management operating system, and a culture of ownership.

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HR and Employee Healthcare Reform: Keys to Increasing Employee Wellness and Retention

Speaker: Mallory Herrin, CEO & Principal HR Consultant at HerrinHR

Your employees are your most valuable resource. If you want to retain employees and keep them happy, you want to make the incentives more valuable. With a full-stack employee experience, culture, health, wellness and benefits navigation solution, you can provide employees with the wellbeing support they need. The results? Employees who are happier, healthier, and more engaged, as well as a business that is thriving both internally and externally, every day.

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Best Ways to Balance Your Expense Policy Compliance and Satisfy Employees


It has been observed that 73% of companies still heavily rely on Excel sheets to gather data for the business. Many software businesses are working hard to develop more effective solutions for handling information. And expense policies are the best example. Any typical organization may depend on traditional pen and paper-intensive processes to monitor expenses.

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10 Tips For Startup Leaders To Improve Public Relations Efforts

Forbes Coaches Council

Even seasoned executives and big names in business need help from marketing firms and specialists to set up a winning public relations strategy. Unlike big businesses, though, startups don’t typically have the budget to hire outside PR help.

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can I set a limit on how many interviews I’ll do with a company?

Ask a Manager

This post, can I set a limit on how many interviews I’ll do with a company? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I’m currently interviewing for new jobs, and the entire process is remote. I’ve noticed that the number of interviews for a single position is way higher than in previous years when I’ve looked for a job.

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How Your Business Can Spend $35 and Save Your Employees Thousands

Evil HR Lady

Scrolling through Facebook, I saw someone complaining about a sketchy landlord. Resolving the issue would require a trip to court. The poster had no idea how to begin, and someone made a brilliant suggestion: Contact your Employee Assistance Program (EAP). I was cheering–this is a resource that many companies have and can be a huge help in situations like this.

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Maximizing Employee Engagement From Day One

Speaker: Jennifer Whiteley, HR Talent and Organizational Development Lead

We all know how important employee engagement is for organizational success, so how can we foster an engaging culture for new hires, right from the day they start? Beginning with recruitment through their onboarding journey, this session will dive into best practices for creating and fostering engagement with new hires, with tips and tricks you can take away and put into action immediately in your own organizations.

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Mid-Career Employees and Their Impact on The Great Resignation


The Great Resignation has not hit the world of work. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the rates of resignation are highest among mid-career employees. Many of these workers […]. The post Mid-Career Employees and Their Impact on The Great Resignation appeared first on TalentCulture.

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DHS Previews Big Changes to New Form I-9

SHRM Resources

The Form I-9 is getting another makeover. The ubiquitous HR onboarding document used to record employment eligibility verification, as required by the federal government, is slated to undergo a significant structural overhaul by the time the current form expires on Oct. 31.

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CEO says he’s being bullied, getting a job offer at an inconvenient time, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, CEO says he’s being bullied, getting a job offer at an inconvenient time, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. 1. CEO says he’s being bullied by the staff. The CEO of my company has a history of being terrible at his job. He fell into the role and thinks his title alone makes him qualified when in reality a big part of everyone’s job is making sure he isn’t involved in things or fixing

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3 Simple Ways Managers Can Motivate Employees


Being a manager can feel like both a gift and a challenge, right? Getting to a leadership role is a dream opportunity that takes skill and determination. However, most managers need some time to adjust to new responsibilities and learn about each individual on their team. Friction exists between understanding how managers motivate employees and also finding fulfillment in their position, sometimes leaving behind their previous routines and habits from another role.

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In how many clicks will you apply for a job in Europe? (REPORT)

I am writing to propose an article for your website about a recent report we concluded.

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11 Equitable Workplace Strategies To Ensure Fair Compensation #CauseTheEffect


What is one strategy or policy you are using to ensure and measure a fair and equitable workplace? To help you discover the best workplace policies that ensure fair compensation, we asked HR leaders and CEOs this question for their best strategies. From giving structure to the hiring process to creating a diversity and inclusion training program, there are several strategies that.

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California Court Blocks Board Diversity Law

SHRM Resources

A Los Angeles court recently struck down a law that requires publicly traded corporations headquartered in California to have board members from underrepresented communities. But the ruling likely won't be the last word on the issue, since California officials may file an appeal and are currently defending several lawsuits challenging the state's board diversity laws.

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coworker is pregnant with my boss’s baby, rejection email insulted me, and more

Ask a Manager

This post, coworker is pregnant with my boss’s baby, rejection email insulted me, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. 1. My coworker is pregnant with my boss’s baby. I’ve run into a strange situation that honestly borders on a soap opera storyline. I’m an personal assistant and my boss is one of the higher most people in the company.

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Webinar On-Demand: Employee Photography & Employer Brand

Stories Incorporated HR

Reading Time: 2 minutes. In Vivid Color: Real Employee Photography Reveals Your Employer Brand. Experts from Stories Incorporated and exaqueo show you why real employee images and stories are critical to communicating a strong employer brand. And, they show you how to best capture culture. The candidate and employee channels that truly reflect company culture always feature real employees and work spaces.

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Asking the Humans: Using People Data to Create a Great Employee Experience

Speaker: Karen Weeks, Chief People Officer at Ordergroove

As HR professionals, we always want to make sure the work we are doing, the programs we are rolling out, and the perks we offer have the most value and impact to the team. How can we determine what that means for our organizations? We need to ask our team! In this webinar, we will be focusing on where and how to use surveys and other feedback tools to collect data and, more importantly, what to do with it once we have it.

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Introducing Your #SHRM22Influencers Ready to #CauseTheEffect


Our actions big and small ripple out far beyond the moment. When we operate intentionally and use our voices to #CauseTheEffect we want to see at our organizations, we drive productivity and value for our companies, improve workplace culture, and perhaps have an impact on people we will never even meet. This June 12-15 , thousands of HR professionals will travel to New Orleans, Louisiana to come together as #OneHR -- and SHRM Influencers are sure to be a big part of the experience.

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Transformational leadership sounds great, but most leaders aren’t using it

TLNT: The Business of HR

I can pretty much guarantee that anyone reading this article has either studied or experienced the difference between transformational and transactional leadership.

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when does an employer burn a bridge with an employee?

Ask a Manager

This post, when does an employer burn a bridge with an employee? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I have heard a lot about not burning bridges when you leave a company. When can it be considered that a manager or a company has burned a bridge with an employee? I recently left a job. I was hired almost two years ago, and at that time I was hired as a senior software engineer.

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Why taking a joke isn't the point


Jump to section. When joking isn’t a joke. How different types of humor impact teams. How “joking” damages psychological safety. What happens when you can’t “take a joke?”.

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Bridging the Gap: Strategies to Boost and Evaluate Your DEI Initiatives

Speaker: Cassandra Binkley, SHRM-CP, PHR - DEI Leader and Sr. Manager of Community, Engagement & Philanthropy at Bob Evans Farms, Inc.

Those who have firsthand experience with your work environment may be the best people to help bridge the gap between your organization and future DEIB initiatives. Like never before, we're seeing companies turn to voluntary, employee-led groups to ensure these initiatives are met while supporting the goals of the organization and increasing employee retention.