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How Elon Musk’s anti-remote work comments can actually help HR leaders

HRExecutive

Did your CEO once again raise the issue of ramping up your organization’s return-to-office policy recently? - Advertisement - If so, it wouldn’t be surprising given the controversial comments made last week by Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk on remote work. In a CNBC interview , Musk characterized Silicon Valley’s remote workers as the “laptop class” who are living in “la-la land.

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Effective Workforce Management – Key to Employee Productivity

PCS

Among the different human resources services , workforce management (WFM) is crucial in boosting the productivity and skills of a company’s employees. This is accomplished by making sure that human resources are efficiently distributed. For today’s business organizations, WFM solutions prioritize these primary areas. Scheduling of Staff’s Responsibilities Tracking of Employee Time and Attendance Payroll Management Staff Scheduling Successful workforce management begins with the proper scheduling

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Returning to Normal: Will Automation Change the Candidate Experience and Recruiting Game in 2023?

Essium HRM

One of the most consistent trends in the world of recruitment is automation. With automation, staffing firms can streamline a variety of operations, simplify candidate sourcing, and elevate the candidate experience. As 2023 continues, automation remains a hot topic, particularly since it could revolutionize both the candidate experience and recruiting.

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How HR Technology Solves Common HR Challenges | ClearCompany

ClearCompany HRM

The workplace has evolved more rapidly than ever in recent years, and human resources departments have had a central role in navigating these changes. Work environments are different, job seekers have a brand-new list of criteria, and the unpredictable labor market demands constant agility. At the same time, you still have all the regular responsibilities of HR — finding and hiring the best of the best, managing payroll, administering benefits packages, evaluating performance, and fostering a po

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New Report from 3,500+ Employers Confirms Retention is a Top HR Priority in 2024

The first report from Gallagher’s 2024 US Workforce Trends Report Series, includes data from 3,500+ employers who participated in the 2024 US Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey. The report provides benchmarks for benefits, HR and people strategies to help organizations thrive. Organizations continue to rank retention as the top priority for HR, and second highest for operations.

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What Is a Swing Shift?

Replicon

Businesses that operate on a 24/7 cycle and experience a sudden surge of customers during peak hours need strong staff support. That’s where swing shifts can help. This shift is quite different from the traditional 9 AM to 5 PM schedule in terms of resource utilization, shift timings, and the working paradigm. Swing shift helps business leaders operate their businesses round-the-clock without employing long-hour shifts and meet customers’ demands during the busy period of the day.

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What Incentives Can Do, What Incentives Cannot Do

Compensation Force

Incentive compensation. Powerful stuff when used well and - unfortunately - potentially even more powerful when misused and misdirected. Chip and Dan Heath said it well. Incentives are dangerous, and not just because people game them. They often yield collateral damage. Remember the tale of the Darwin Award winner who strapped a jet engine to his car, dreaming of a joyride for the ages, and then met his sorry end as a human flapjack on the side of a mountain?

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The Secret to Building Trust in a Team: Leadership Vulnerability

The People Equation

What’s the secret to building a trusting team dynamic? From the many actions leaders take to build trust, there is one that research finds to be a game-changer: vulnerability. Leaders who are willing to share their small weaknesses are better able to connect with their teams and build stronger relationships. Want to learn the benefits of being more transparent about your struggles–and how to use this communication practice effectively?

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6 Best Practices for Modern Employee Performance Management 

15Five

Is your performance management program actually moving the needle on employee performance? Research shows that many organizations (more than half by some estimates) are falling short. In a McKinsey & Company survey, 54% of respondents said performance management at their organization had not had a positive effect on performance. (If not to improve employee performance, what exactly is the point of “managing” it?

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Lightcast: The Switzerland Of The Global SkillsTech Market

Josh Bersin

Everywhere I go companies are focused on building a skills-based organization. Originally fueled by the need to hire and build digital skills, today companies are looking for skills in AI, new energy technologies, batteries, genomic sciences, and a vast array of new platforms, products, and industry processes. Why is this happening? There are two enormous.

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The Intelligent Automation Guide For Human Resources

Achieving your HR goals for 2024 requires strategic focus and efficiency. But your team is overwhelmed and in the worst cases, burned out. Our eBook explores how process automation can streamline administrative tasks, enhance collaboration, and improve overall productivity, allowing your HR team to put their energy into higher value activities. Address key challenges such as: Limited resources Departmental silos Employee burnout Learn about the real benefits of advanced automation tools as well

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Pride 2023: Why we should engage but never assume

HR Zone

Heterosexuality isn’t the norm and assumptions lead to oppression.

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Developing Your Team Versus Driving Results: How Do You Strike a Balance?

TalentCulture

Faced with increasingly turbulent economic times, businesses are rapidly learning the importance of strong leadership. The world has had enough problems dealing with the Covid-19 crisis and its aftermath. And companies that lacked strong leaders have been struggling to move through a nonstop stream of business problems in recent years. Many organizations have responded by […] The post Developing Your Team Versus Driving Results: How Do You Strike a Balance?

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12 Tips to Achieve and Maintain a Good Work-Life Balance

BetterUp

Feeling like all you do is work? You’re not alone. Several statistics show that more than 60 percent of U.S. employees feel like their work-life balance is out of whack. But how do you balance your work-life with so much work happening at home? And how do you balance your workload to be more efficient? Is it more than just hitting a weekly yoga class ?

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Recognizing 5 DEIB Influencers in Unexpected Places

Civility Partners

Picture this: a world where workplace culture is transformed not just by well-known DEIB influencers, but by unexpected heroes who wield the power of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) in their own unique ways. DEIB are increasingly recognized as crucial components of a successful workplace culture, and we recognize these individuals who may not typically be associated with the DEIB space, yet their contributions are critical to the success of DEIB efforts in the workplace. 5 DE

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How HR Can Create a Culture of Feedback

Employees want meaningful feedback. Without it, 98% disengage from their work (Zippia). But do your managers know how to support them? Use this Quick Start Guide to get the conversation started. Your workers don’t just want jobs; they want careers. Invest in your team by giving them meaningful feedback. 65% of employees want more feedback (Zippia). Workers who get daily feedback are 3x more engaged (Clear Company).

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How ‘body doubling’ can increase productivity in the workplace

HR Zone

People Buddy up, knuckle down

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4 things managers need to know about their Gen Z employees

Fast Company The Future of Work

It’s time to shed tired stereotypes about this ‘digitally native’ generation, and instead focus on what it’s like to be joining the workforce as a young person.

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LGBT-Friendly Workplace: 3 Ways to Make It Inclusive

HR Digest

Creating an LGBT-friendly workplace isn’t just the right thing to do, it makes business sense, too. “Inclusive workplaces ensure employees are safe, respected and able to fully contribute” says Jackie Ferguson, Head of Content & Programming at The Diversity Movement. As LGBTQ professionals are more able to be out at work, it’s every company’s responsibility to make its queer-friendly workplace by improving LGBTQ+ inclusion at work and creating an inclusive work culture to make queer em

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Employers Frustrated by Return of In-Person Review of I-9s for Remote Employees

SHRM Resources

The imminent resumption of the requirement for employers to physically inspect the I-9s of remote employees is causing whiplash among some employers. They worry about the revived mandate’s cost and inconvenience.

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Here Are the HR Trends to Watch in 2024 + Plus Advice for Driving Impact!

The pressure is on to create a positive onboarding experience. Plus, a sub-par onboarding process can domino into other concerns such as low performance, burnout (for you and new hires), and retention challenges. Our 2024 State of HR report will give you a realistic picture of the HR landscape and tips to onboarding effectively in the year to come.

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10 Employee Strengths to Cultivate in Your Team

6Q

Building a winning team takes more than hiring people with specific skills. As a manager, you must also identify and nurture employee strengths through continuous feedback, ongoing training, and other practices. A company is only as good as its employees. The people on your team can lift you or bring you down, and each brings unique strengths and experiences.

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What do new grads want from an employer? To start, a salary range

HRExecutive

In the past year, layoffs and hiring yo-yoed across industries, creating a sense of whiplash and anxiety for graduates of the Class of 2023. After witnessing the class before them enter a job market of inflated salaries and extraordinary perks, 2023 graduates are resetting their expectations, and focusing on some particular priorities, according to a recent report. - Advertisement - In its eighth annual “Class of” report designed to uncover how college graduates’ career expectations meld with HR

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HR Digital Transformation: 6 Steps to Adopting Smooth Transition

HR Digest

HR digital transformation is a hot topic for many HR professionals , and it should be, since digital technology has the potential and ability to transform HR as we know it. One of the key themes for many organizations in the next 10 years will be digital transformation. Digital adoption and transformation is a key development for most organizations in their strategic goals.

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Are You Ready? Is Your Business Prepared?

Effortless HR

When I was a young girl, I was a Girl Scout. Our Girl Scout motto was (and still is I believe) “Be Prepared”. In the 1947 Girl Scout Handbook, the motto was explained this way: “A Girl Scout is ready to help out wherever she is needed. Willingness to serve is not enough; you must know how to do the job well, even in an emergency.” I think that in today’s society this is even more important – in business, especially in Human Resource Departments.

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How to Conquer These 4 Top-of-Mind HR Challenges

It’s a never-ending tightrope act, trying to find the balance between creating benefits offerings that adapt to the uniqueness of your people, managing your own time and resources, and maintaining the organization’s bottom line. And the ever-changing policies and laws can make cultivating a competitive employee benefits strategy feel impossible. Whether you’re concerned about adapting to new pay transparency laws, managing global benefits packages, return-to-office mandates, or 401(k) and retire

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Expert Tips on Creating Cultural and Language Diversity in the Workplace

6Q

A successful company will never exist without the strong backbone and foundation of its employees. The people who work in these kinds of companies are productive, efficient, and loyal, contributing to the brand’s growth and success. Logically, it then follows that employees who are less motivated and disengaged see no worth in staying behind, and thus more likely to leave their workplace.

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The Florida Nursing Diploma Scheme: 3 Things You Need to Know

Precheck

The Florida Nursing Diploma Scheme: 3 Things You Need to Know May. 30, 2023 Jenni Gray Copywriter In January 2023, The Department of Justice U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Southern District of Florida announced Operation Nightingale, a takedown of a massive nursing diploma fraud scheme involving six Florida schools. The operation was named after Florence Nightingale, who is widely regarded as the founder of modern nursing due to her work organizing care for wounded soldiers in the Crimean War.

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The Price of Stability: Delving into Disney’s Round Three of Layoffs 2023

HR Digest

In a poignant turn of events, entertainment giant Disney has commenced its third round of layoffs, casting an unsettled shadow of uncertainty and anxiety over its divisions. Disney’s layoffs in 2023 will be handing over pink slips to 2500 employees. The division slated to be impacted by the impending Disney job cuts in round three remains shrouded in mystery.

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Friction and Flow: Workplace Dynamics

Robin Schooling

In the fields of engineering, physics and physical chemistry, the flow of fluids (liquids and gases) is referred to as fluid dynamics. It’s a systemic structure that allows those working in these fields to run calculations and solve problems by taking into account the properties of the fluids such as velocity, pressure, temperature, and density. It’s the science behind things such as why and how water flows through pipes and into your kitchen sink and how motor oil gets to your car’s engine.

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Improving Access To & Utilization Of Cancer Screening With Color

Discover how Color's comprehensive care solution is revolutionizing cancer screening adherence and knowledge. Through an in-depth case study, Color's unique approach to comprehensive cancer care has shown significant benefits in increasing screening rates and enhancing patient knowledge. Participants reported a 2-3x increase in adherence to screening guidelines over just 8 weeks, with 84% of participants increasing their familiarity with timing and frequency of cancer screening.

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5 Ways to Give Effective Feedback to Job Candidates

6Q

Job candidates expect proper feedback from recruiters. In the long run, this improves your reputation as an employer and attracts top talent. Learn how to give feedback to job candidates. Recruiters typically don’t see themselves behoved to give feedback to job candidates. They simply cut off the people they’re not interested in from the recruiting process and ghost them if they ever inquire about the reason.

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From Structure to Strategy: Solutions Maven Consulting Launches

TalentCulture

Newly founded Solutions Maven Consulting is an interim practice management firm which leads healthcare practice owners, physicians, and administrators in structuring and managing their practice efficiently and effectively. The post From Structure to Strategy: Solutions Maven Consulting Launches appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Can Pay Transparency Rules Ever Unbridle the Taboo of Sharing Salaries?

HR Digest

The deeply embedded generational norms and cultural taboo of sharing salaries are being eroded as a new wave of pay transparency rules inundated America’s workplace problems. At the beginning of 2023, Washington, New York, and California joined Colorado’s leaders in preparing for salary transparency for most open jobs. This article discerns the contours of workplace problems and equity challenges that have long been shrouded in the garb of pay.