Sat.Jul 09, 2022 - Fri.Jul 15, 2022

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How to Use Shift Bidding to Increase Employee Productivity?

CuteHR

Did you know? In the United States, 80.4 million people over 16 and older were paid on an hourly basis. Are you having trouble with how you’re currently scheduling your staff? Do you think the employees should make better use of their office time and arrive at work with a more positive mindset? Most probably, you’ve heard of the term “shift bidding” and are interested in learning more about it, as well as if it may help you enhance staffing efficiency and whether it incre

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Hiring Reimagined: Sterling’s 2022 Benchmark Report Provides Optimistic Outlook for HR Professionals

Sterling Check

There’s no debate that the hiring process has changed dramatically in the past two years. In light of the Great Resignation during the Covid-19 pandemic, virtually no business has been spared the need to seriously rethink best practices when it comes to matters of employment in general, whether speaking about recruitment, background checks, onboarding, or employee retention.

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Social Recognition Software: What is it and Why Do You Need it?

Terryberry

Celebrating the feats of your employees can be simultaneously simple and challenging. On one hand, people are constantly blowing you away with their teamwork, ingenuity, and tenacity. On the other hand, finding the time to explicitly voice your appreciation, especially in a public way, can be an obstacle to employee recognition. . The solution? Social recognition software – a way to simplify and amplify employee recognition. .

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Mandatory overtime laws: Everything employers need to know

Business Management Daily

Sometimes there is more work to get done than you can fit into an 8-hour day or a 40-hour workweek. When this happens, you may need to have your employees work overtime. This is common during peak busy seasons in certain industries like tax season or the holiday shopping season. Overtime can also be necessary when your business is short-staffed. Since many industries are currently experiencing a labor shortage, overtime is becoming increasingly necessary for the continued operation of businesses

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AI & DEI: With Great Opportunities Comes Great HR Responsibility

Speaker: Jen Kirkwood - Partner, Responsible HR & AI at IBM and World Economic Forum Executive Fellow

The promise of AI for today’s organizations is real, yet in a frenzied state of experimentation, many stumble to get to a full-scale enterprise. As companies race to discover what generative AI can do, HR must lead conversations about how to balance cutting-edge innovations with integrity, trust, and diversity. Globally, organizations are at a critical intersection of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and AI acceleration.

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Mind-Blowing Statistics on Performance Management, Reviews, and Employee Engagement

ClearCompany HRM

This article was published in September 2019 and updated with new statistics in July 2022. Employee engagement and performance management statistics — and in particular, data around performance reviews — are essentially inseparable. Any changes made to one area are almost certain to have an effect on the others. For example, performance review statistics show that more frequent reviews and feedback lead to an increase in employee engagement.

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Should You Give Advice or Coach?

The People Equation

“Hey, I need a sounding board. Can I run something past you?” This is pretty typical at work, especially if you’re a leader. But what if you’re not in a position of titled leadership? If you’re an individual contributor, congratulations! Somebody sees you as a trustworthy confidant. Should you offer advice or coach them? Is there a difference? Should you coach if you’re not a leader?

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Ireland Pay Gap Reporting Regulations Released

Trusaic

Last year, Irish lawmakers passed the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021. The Act aims to close the pay gap between men and women by requiring employers to publish information about gender wage gaps within their organizations. Nearly a year later, the Irish government released the regulations outlining gender pay gap reporting obligations for employers.

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ClearCompany's Recruiting Strategies for Talent Success™

ClearCompany HRM

Last week, ClearCompany’s Director of Talent Acquisition, Brian Abraham, talked with us about how adding candidate sourcers to our recruiting team enabled more consistent hiring with a lean team — start here if you missed Part 1! In today’s post, we interviewed ClearCompany’s Director of Talent Acquisition, Brian Abraham. With 20 years of experience recruiting for high-growth technology companies spanning corporate, agency, and services consulting, Abraham is passionate about connecting A-level

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Understanding and improving company culture

Achievers

Executives, managers, and HR professionals alike dedicate time and energy to improving company culture. But how many of them can really say what company culture is? Developing a company culture that attracts, engages, and retains employees takes more than starting a few scattershot initiatives and crossing your fingers. It requires educating everyone at your company on why culture matters, identifying the elements that contribute to an amazing company culture, and taking proven steps to strength

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Early Tenure Turnover: Stop the Revolving Door of Hires

Speaker: Dr. Craig Ellis, Head of I-O Psychology, HighMatch

Are you facing a revolving door of hires, especially within their first 90 days of employment? In this webinar, Dr. Craig Ellis, a leading industrial-organizational (I-O) psychologist, offers insights and strategies to unravel the mystery behind early tenure turnover. Identify the root causes of early attrition to mitigate turnover’s impact in the first 12 months.

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Visionary View on the Future of Wellness

CoreHealth Wellness Technologies

CoreHealth's Managing Director Anne Marie Kirby sits down with wellness leaders to discuss their visionary views about the intersections between wellness and AI, big data, collectivism, virtual reality, caring, and more.

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Accounts Payable: Why it is Essential to Consider Automation?

SutiHR

Automating payment processes can improve business efficiency; however, some businesses may not find it essential to automate their payment collection and reconciliation processes. Automating payment processes is to streamline the manual processes of matching, approving, and sending payments. Automation involves collecting invoices from multiple sources, interpreting the data, and reviewing invoices for inconsistencies.

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companies offering to pay for abortion travel: genuine help or performative stunt?

Ask a Manager

This post, companies offering to pay for abortion travel: genuine help or performative stunt? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I’m sure you’ve seen the policy releases from large companies promising employees and their dependents reimbursement if they are in a state that has banned abortion and they need to travel out of state to obtain one.

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Situational Leadership: What it Is and How to Build It (With Examples)

BetterUp

Jump to section. What is situational leadership? Understanding the situational leadership model. What are the four styles of situational leadership? What are some examples of when a situational leadership style might best be used? What are the qualities of a situational leader? What are some situational leadership examples? Why is situational leadership effective?

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Bridging the Gap: The Intersection of DEI Initiatives and Employee Benefits

Speaker: Jaye Johnson, CBP

Unlock the secrets to transforming your organization’s employee benefits into a strategic tool for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). During this informative session, we will discuss common pitfalls in traditional benefits and then delve into the essence of DEI in employee-centric benefit offerings. This involves not only defining DEI in the workplace but also understanding the pivotal role that employee benefits play in fostering a diverse and inclusive environment.

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4 Building Blocks of Impactful Employee Advocacy Programs

Analytics in HR

With the rise of social media, employee advocacy programs have become an important pillar of your employer brand and talent attraction strategy. In a highly competitive and employee-driven market, talent has become selective in terms of who for, where, and when they want to work. People perceive employee-generated content to be more authentic and credible when evaluating a potential employer.

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Tips and Tricks to Allow Employees Use Self-Service HR

SutiHR

Investing in self-service HR software is one of the efficient aspects of making your team more productive and compliant. Moreover, it makes lives of the HR team easier. They can help themselves with the data they require and manage them. There are no more tedious tasks like updating personal details, logging sick leaves, and much more. You may feel happy at the new self-service platform in place.

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how to ask about salary when you’re invited to interview

Ask a Manager

This post, how to ask about salary when you’re invited to interview , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I have been applying for a few jobs and have had interviews. It seems that it takes some time getting through the interview process before salary expectations are discussed. More often than not, within my field at least, the salary ranges for the position responsibilities and requirements are notoriously low.

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How the Era of Hybrid Work Impacts Employee Travel, Spending, and the Workplace Experience

TalentCulture

Sponsored by: SAP Concur The next chapter of the future of work – hybrid work—is underway as businesses return to the physical office in some capacity while honoring employee flexibility to work from home. Hybrid work is new territory, and there’s more to consider than desk assignments. With employees working from different locations on any […].

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Delivering DEI Training That Drives Real Change

Speaker: Jeffrey Hall, Chief Creative Office of WILL Interactive

Great DEI training improves engagement, retention, and teamwork. Poor training does little. What content areas are right for our organization? How can you construct training around empathy-building, relatable stories for a positive disposition to hard topics? We’ll cover the latest research on how to make training that actually delivers attitudinal and behavioral shifts.

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Hierarchy Culture: An Informative Guide for HR

Analytics in HR

Hierarchy has been how societies have been structured throughout the history of humankind. It has translated to the business context as well. The hierarchy culture within organizations strives for clarity and efficiency through a structure resembling a pyramid. What is a hierarchy culture in a business context, and how can HR promote its elements within an organization?

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How To Spot And Combat Employee Disengagement

6Q

Working can be tiring. Even your most committed employees can lose interest in their work. To prevent disengagement in your team, detect the signs early and employ strategies to re-motivate your team. Before we discuss the signs of employee disengagement and some approaches to fight it, it’s essential to understand the meaning of this term. What is employee disengagement?

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my employee can’t afford team lunches

Ask a Manager

This post, my employee can’t afford team lunches , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I have a small team, two staff plus me, and we’re all make approximately the same (very good) salary. Occasionally we’ll do team lunches or social lunches. Because of the nature of our work (government), we don’t get reimbursed for these lunches.

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6 Ways to Engage With Your Employees and Prevent Attrition

TalentCulture

One of the important factors involved in running a business is finding and retaining good employees. Yet, employees choosing to leave a job due to a lack of connection and engagement has increased. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in March 2022. Known as the “Great Resignation,” […]. The post 6 Ways to Engage With Your Employees and Prevent Attrition appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Are There Gaps in Your HR Policies?

Putting the right HR policies in place can help your organization grow smoothly and help your company culture thrive. Use this essential HR checklist to cover the basics and make sure there aren’t any gaps in your HR functions.

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HR SMART Goals: The What, How, and 12 Examples

Analytics in HR

HR SMART goals enable HR teams and practitioners to achieve what they set out to do. They help prioritize and focus efforts where they’re most needed. Let’s look at everything you need to know about HR SMART goals and discuss 12 examples. Contents What are HR SMART goals? Why should you set HR SMART goals? HR SMART goals best practices HR SMART goals examples.

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Practicing and Preaching

NoExcusesHR

As the son of a United Methodist minister I am no stranger to preaching. As a human resources executive for many years I’ve done my share of preaching too. But do my actions always match my words? I’m afraid not. “Take time to rest and recharge!” Nope. “Take your PTO, it’s important!” Nope. “Ask for help when you need it!” Nope. “You can say no, it’s actually okay!

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I’m good at my job but I’m worried I’m lazy

Ask a Manager

This post, I’m good at my job but I’m worried I’m lazy , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I have worked in a demanding and creative career for almost 20 years. I have no college degree and no formal training, and I lucked into my first gig due to timing and strategic volunteerism. When I started this work, my only previous experience was in retail and I was desperate to excel so I could have a professional future.

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Episode 360: HiBob and Workology HR Benchmark Survey With Zoe Haimovitch – Part II

Workology

Today’s episode is about the first HR Benchmark Survey that Hibob and Wokology recently launched and we wanted to share its results through a Webinar we named “Key Roles in HR: Uncovering. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. Today’s episode is about the first HR Benchmark Survey that Hibob and Wokology recently launched and we wanted to share its results through a Webinar we named “Key Roles in HR: Uncovering New Trends & Resear

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Managing Your Recruitment Agency Spend in 2024

Feeling overwhelmed by a juggling act of internal recruiting, agency relationships, and direct hire spend? You’re not alone. In today’s competitive talent landscape, building a dream team requires strategic orchestration. Recruiting agencies and search firms provide invaluable services, but managing them effectively alongside your internal team can pose unique challenges.

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If You Don’t Know Everything about Your Job You Are (Wait for It) NORMAL

Evil HR Lady

I am quite confident in saying I am an HR expert. I am also quite confident in saying that I don’t know everything about HR. These two things are not contradictions. Anyone who claims to know everything about any specialty as broad as HR doesn’t know enough to fight their way out of a paper bag to land a seat at the table. I can also quite confidently say that the HR person you look up to does not know everything.

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Elon Musk insists on in-office hours but the remote working data doesn’t lie

HR Zone

Culture Don’t do an Elon: Use data for hybrid success.

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my employee didn’t want the post-baby flexibility I arranged for her

Ask a Manager

This post, my employee didn’t want the post-baby flexibility I arranged for her , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: One of the people on my team announced she was pregnant. I was thrilled for her and wanted to be a supportive manager. Our company is too small to qualify for FMLA but we do have our own program that allows for 12 weeks of paid medical leave.

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