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The Year of the Tiger and Worker Sentiment

TLNT: The Business of HR

2022 is the year of the tiger in the Chinese zodiac. People born in the year of the tiger are thought to be competitive, self-confident, and brave. They like to do things alone. The tiger represents willpower, courage, and personal strength. .

18 HR Skills Every HR Generalist Needs

Analytics in HR

HR professionals need a multitude of different skills to do their work well. We’ve had a look at skills and competencies HR generalists should have to succeed in their roles, and analyzed which are the most important.


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The Future of HR: Winning by Democratization


The new hybrid models of working are taking many industries by storm. Leaders are increasingly getting to realize the complexity of handling this strategic shift and what it is going to take to steer their organizations towards sustainable growth. Future of Work

Small business outlook: 4 things to know going into the holiday season


It’s been a tough couple of years for small business owners. And while things are looking up for many, there’s now a whole host of new challenges to contend with — the great resignation and an ongoing labor shortage , to name a few.

100 Pipeline Plays: The Modern Sales Playbook

For the first time, we’re sharing the winning plays that took us from scrappy startup to a publicly traded company. Use our proven data-driven plays to grow your pipeline and crush your revenue targets.

Internal communication considerations for retailers this holiday season


2021’s holiday season could be one like no other for retail enterprises. With many of last year’s restrictions lifted, consumers are ready to celebrate again, which means they’re ready to spend, spend, spend.

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8 Ways to Speed up Your Hiring Process Using a Recruitment SaaS


We live in unprecedented times that continuously emerge new trends and challenges. After the world found itself in the clutches of the COVID-19 pandemic, the job market is going through rife fluctuations, making things hard for companies.

Company Wellbeing Programs Must Be Employee Centric

HR Bartender

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes. One of my takeaways from the past year is that wellbeing must be employee centric. Organizations cannot mandate wellbeing. When it comes to wellbeing programs, organizations do need to create the environment, then get out of the way and let employees engage with it.

Human Resource Planning Process: A Practitioner’s Guide

Analytics in HR

An effective human resource planning process helps organizations maximize human capital and build a future-ready workforce. Let’s delve into the importance of human resource planning in more detail and what the process looks like. Contents What is human resource planning?

U.S. Supreme Court Seeks Input on Motor Carrier Challenge to California’s AB 5

SHRM Resources

The high court asked the U.S. solicitor general to provide input on the federal government’s position on whether the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act pre-empts California’s AB 5 in a case challenging the state’s independent-contractor test as it applies to motor carriers.

Swiping Right on HR Tech: How Tinder and Southern Cross Automate Their Hiring & Onboarding Process

Speaker: Nora Diaz de Leon and Nicole Moore

Paperwork, endless email threads, and other manual tasks have kept HR from focusing on what they do best. sound familiar? Sign up for this webinar from Tinder and Southern Cross, to learn how they use the latest in HR tech to streamline their hiring and onboarding experience.

HR priorities for 2022.

Work Points Play

Work today is more different than we could have ever envisaged, and that comes with both challenges and opportunities for HR professionals. Adaptation and planning for various futures will continue to be the name of the game as we ride out the ongoing disruption of the past few years.

Global Study: Retailers Excel at Organizational Agility


While the pandemic was a blow to all industries, retail was among the hardest hit.

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The education solution: Address gender barriers as an employer


Let’s start: We’re now living in a candidate’s market, where qualified individuals can essentially set their terms and salary. But even being accommodating to individual candidates’ requests may not be enough for some teams looking to fill many open positions.

US Labor Shortage: What You Need To Know


US Labor Shortage: What You Need To Know. A lot of US businesses had to shut their doors when COVID-19 first surged in March 2020. But after 19 months, businesses have reopened and the US economy is finally starting to come back to life, despite the US labor shortage.

What Hourly Workers Want More than Money

Big companies are driving up wages, but there are other ways to compete for talent. Attract talented, ambitious people by giving them more control over their lives. Hourly workers want to make their daily lives and financial lives more predictable. Employers can assist by offering early access to pay, flexible scheduling, healthcare assistance, benefits where possible, and paid leave options.

How On-the-Job Training Helps Blue Collar Employers Boost Productivity


For most employers in blue collar industries, the first challenge of effective workforce management is building and retaining a workforce to manage.

Accounting Software for Staffing Agencies: What to Know About Online Payment and Billing for the Temporary Staffing Industry

COATS Staffing Software

By Lynn Connor, COATS Staffing Software. With so many changes in how people work and how companies operate and run their staffing businesses in recent months, I expect agencies to concentrate even more on consolidating and streamlining their processes.

IRS Issues Hurricane Ida WOTC Tax Relief in 5 States


In light of Hurricane Ida, the IRS has provided tax relief to employers in FEMA-declared disaster areas including the entire state of Louisiana, and certain areas in Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

INTOO USA’s Coach Training Program Addresses COVID-Era Concerns

Intoo USA

We are proud to announce that 90% of our on-demand coaching team has completed professional development training for best practices for coaching in a pandemic, including concerns such as career burnout, and is participating in ongoing unconscious bias and diversity training through the remainder of 2021. .

The Guide to Finding Global Talent

Remote work has opened the doors to hiring the best talent anywhere. Discover how building a talent hub in a specific geographic region can help grow your company. Learn key factors to consider when creating a hub and suggested locations.

Walking to a Better Health

Take It Personel-ly

Walking is one of the simplest forms of exercise but is pretty helpful in improving general health. It’s what you can do to start on your fitness journey—taking baby steps literally and figuratively. Introducing physical activity into your life Walking is a great physical activity for all ages.

Which HR Metric Matters Most?

TLNT: The Business of HR

What is one people analytics metric that matters most in HR? HR Insights Featured

California DFEH Issues SB 973 Non-Compliance Notices


The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) is now issuing non-compliance notices to employers it believes failed to comply with the State’s pay data reporting law for the 2020 tax year. DFEH agents say some 35,000 notices will go out to employers over the next several weeks.

11 Great Jobs for J-School Grads—Whether or Not You Want to Stay in Journalism

The Muse

Yes, you can be a newspaper reporter or magazine editor. But you can also pivot to become a data analyst, grant writer, and more. Exploring Careers

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Witness the HR Digital Transformation Journey of Coca-Cola

A case study on how Coca-Cola transformed employee experience, addressed remote working challenges and streamlined routine workflows using AI

Guide to HR Policies That Promote Work-Life Balance


Achieving an optimal work/life balance isn’t impossible, but it often feels that way for several employees. Most employees want to spend more time with their families and hobbies. However, employers are often worried that flexibility or remote work will tank productivity and efficiency.

How to get the most out of pre-screening interviews

Business Management Daily

Recruiters and hiring managers know time is of the essence when filling open positions. The sooner a qualified candidate gets into the role, the sooner he or she can start making valuable contributions to the organization.

How to Foster an Ownership Culture Within Your Company – By Chelsey Beale, Fortuna Advisors

Take It Personel-ly

Nobody arbitrarily hands out a promotion. We strategically observe and guide our staff, while assessing behaviors and attributes that show someone is a candidate for advancement.

Leadership Commitment to Performance Management: Priceless

Compensation Force

Performance management has evolved enormously over the years I've been involved with these programs. When I think about the situations where I saw performance management program have a real and tangible impact on the organization's success, however, there is one common factor.

How the Candidate Experience Is Your Competitive Advantage

Speaker: Kevin W. Grossman, TAS, HCS | Talent Board and the Candidate Experience (CandE) Awards President

During this informative webinar, Talent Board and the Candidate Experience (CandE) Awards President, Kevin Grossman, will share insights from their candidate experience benchmark research and teach you how the candidate experience is your competitive advantage.