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Fearful of AI in HR? How to work better with the tech

HRExecutive

In the swiftly evolving landscape of today’s workplace, a new concern has emerged known as FOBO—fear of becoming obsolete. It’s the unsettling feeling that the rapid advancements in technology, particularly AI , might outpace our ability to keep up, potentially sidelining us in our own careers. - Advertisement - As these feelings spread throughout the workforce, it’s pivotal to understand that AI—especially generative AI—isn’t the enemy but rather the strategy; it’s

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Tech is changing the game for compensation managers

HR Brew

Gone are the days of sifting through Excel cells or binders to audit employee compensation on a once-a-year basis. Employers have more access to compensation data than ever before, thanks in part to laws that have prompted companies to start sharing more information about pay, as well as a push by workers to receive more information about how they’re paid.

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20 Consequences Of Promoting Leaders Who Lack People Skills

Forbes Coaches Council

People don't leave bad companies, they leave bad leaders! Promoting a leader with no people skills can lead to decreased team morale, productivity and cohesion.

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Overcoming Resistance to Change: Empowering HR with User-Friendly Technology and Change Management

EmployeeConnect

Change is the only constant in today’s dynamic business environment. Yet, when it comes to adopting new technologies , a common challenge surfaces: resistance. Employees and even HR staff may hesitate to embrace change, creating hurdles in the path of innovation and efficiency. In this blog post, we delve into the intricacies of resistance to change , particularly in the realm of HR technology, and explore the significance of user-friendly tools coupled with effective change management str

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Automate Your Onboarding Process In 7 Steps

Efficient employee onboarding is more than a warm welcome—it's a catalyst for business growth. Automated onboarding transforms new hires into productive team members faster, fostering long-term satisfaction and talent retention. For HR, automation means replacing inefficient manual processes with streamlined, cost-effective operations. Our eBook reveals how automating employee onboarding delivers these benefits, reducing HR challenges and elevating new employee readiness.

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Sponsor content: How HR can center culture amid layoff fears

HRExecutive

Company layoffs were a prevailing HR headline of 2023, and the same looks to be true this year, as scores of big-name organizations reduced headcount since the start of the year. Already, companies like Amazon and UPS have announced rounds of job cuts—and they aren’t alone. Recent research from Randstad RiseSmart found that more than 90% of business leaders surveyed expect to downsize to some degree this year.

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The Employee Retention Maze: Unraveling the Challenges for HR Managers

EmployeeConnect

One persistent challenge stands out as a formidable hurdle for HR managers: employee retention. The revolving door of talent has become a common sight in many organisations, prompting HR professionals to delve deep into the intricacies of this issue. This blog explores the problem of high turnover rates and the multifaceted challenge of retaining valuable employees.

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Harnessing Soft Skills For Executive Excellence

Forbes Coaches Council

What sets truly elite leaders apart is their mastery of emotional and social competencies—what we refer to as "soft skills.

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9 Best Staffing Conferences To Help You Innovate In 2024

HR Tech Girl

Trying to keep up with the latest developments in recruitment and staffing? Check out this schedule of premier staffing conferences for 2024 to map out your preferred learning opportunities. The post 9 Best Staffing Conferences To Help You Innovate In 2024 appeared first on People Managing People.

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Cross Training Employees: Examples and Plans

Business Management Daily

Smart organizations realize that time spent cross-training employees yields a substantial return on investment. Benefits of cross-training – defined as teaching workers new skills so that they can perform different roles beyond the one for which they were hired — include: Coverage of duties when another team member is absent. Extra staffing for critical tasks during crunch times or peak seasons.

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Modernizing Hiring: The Rise of Contingent Recruitment in 2024

The job market is changing fast, and to stay ahead, your hiring strategy needs to be flexible. With recent economic shifts, more companies are turning to contingent workers for their adaptability and cost savings. In fact, 32% of businesses are already prioritizing contingent over traditional full-time positions. Curious to learn more? In our new guide, you'll discover: The major benefits of incorporating contingent workers into your team.

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Exclusive: 25% of disabled workers have experienced discrimination during the job interview process, new survey finds

HR Brew

Disabled people experienced a record level of employment in 2023 , thanks in large part to remote work. Despite opportunities created by remote work and the three-decade old Americans with Disabilities Act , many disabled workers still face barriers to employment. Disabled workers often face barriers before they can even apply for a job, which continues once they’re in the workforce, and one in three disabled workers experience discrimination in the workplace, according to an Indeed survey of 2,

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Demystifying AI: Key Takeaways from the 2024 HR Superstars Summit

15Five

In the last few years, it feels like AI went from just being on everyone’s lips to popping up everywhere with new practical applications being discovered every day. In some organizations, AI tools are quietly being used by individuals or teams that haven’t shared them with anyone else, worried they’ll get in trouble for trying to save time on their work.

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The Power of Employee Engagement: Why It Matters in Today's Workplace

Engage2Excel

In today’s dynamic modern workplace, one concept stands out as a foundation for organizational success: employee engagement. Beyond just a buzzword, employee engagement holds the key to unlocking productivity, fostering innovation and cultivating a thriving company culture.

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Shaping equality: 5 ways to empower women in the workplace in 2024

Bob

In the current sociopolitical climate, the conversation around diversity is becoming ever more politicized. There is a constant shift between supporting DE&I initiatives and limiting it—sometimes legally. While many countries worldwide continue to pass laws committed to supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion, affirmative action at the federal level in the United States was reversed, and various state laws outright prohibit diversity and inclusion initiatives based on race or gender.

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The Essential Performance Review Checklist

Performance reviews are a proactive way to engage with your employees, provide clear communication about expectations, and acknowledge them for their hard work. But getting the right framework and creating consistency across your organization can be tricky. We put together this checklist to help you evaluate your current performance review process and equip managers with the right tools to perform individual assessments.

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HR 101: The history of LinkedIn

HR Brew

Welcome to HR 101. Class is now in session. Today’s discussion will focus on the history of LinkedIn. The history. Reid Hoffman came up with the idea for a professional social network in 2002. The dotcom bubble had burst, and it was a time of career uncertainty for many, particularly in the tech industry. One year later, on May 5, 2003, Hoffman launched LinkedIn with co-founders Allen Blue, Konstantin Guericke, Eric Ly, and Jean-Luc Vaillant.

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VIDEO: 5 women at Workable talk about today’s working world

Workable

In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, five women at Workable sat down for a fireside chat to talk about their experiences as women in the modern working world. From overcoming stereotypes to advocating for empowerment, these voices offer valuable lessons for all aspiring professionals. Here’s the video: These five women are: Chiara Giampietro , Account Executive Linda Loo , Manager, US Account Management Kelly Paterson , VP Customer Retention Avra Alevropou

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HR’s ‘Big Stay’: Why fewer HR pros plan to look for a new job this year

HRExecutive

Last year, the “ Big Stay ” emerged as the latest employee retention trend, with Americans quitting their jobs in fewer numbers—a stark contrast to the “Great Resignation” of 2021-22. Now, HR professionals are joining that movement in a big way. - Advertisement - Fewer than a third (31%) of HR professionals plan to look for a new job in the next six months, down from 56% in July, according to a recent Robert Half survey.

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5 Workplace Well-Being Lessons From Toddlers

Great Place to Work

Employees in the workplace could learn a thing or two from their youngest family members. By Ted Kitterman When Dr. Hasan Merali explained that my toddler has more well-being than me, my first reaction was to laugh. My 16-month-old son is a walking petri dish that brings home superbugs from daycare. Exhibit A: The pink eye and double ear infection he has this very week.

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The Engagement Engine: Strategies for Building a High-Performance Culture

Speaker: Radhika Samant and Adri Glover

Many companies strive for a positive culture with happy employees. But what if you could achieve more? High-performing cultures are the McLarens of the business world, leaving Camrys in the dust. They unlock exceptional results by fostering innovation, engagement, and continuous growth. In this webinar, we'll demystify the concept and provide practical steps to kickstart the journey toward a high-performing culture in your organization.

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How older generations can revamp their leadership style for younger workers

HR Brew

The world of work has seen many changes in the last few years and is poised to undergo many more, especially as Gen Z is on track to outnumber Baby Boomers in the workforce this year, according to a Glassdoor’s 2024 Workplace Trends report. In light of this shift, Scott De Long, founder of executive coaching firm Lead2Goals, urges those who belong to older generations to ditch outdated leadership practices in favor of a more caring, empathetic approach to managing their younger employees in his

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Say Hi to the HiBob brand evolution

Bob

The world of HR has undergone significant evolution and transformation since the inception of HiBob back in 2015. As an organization, we have always aimed to build a modern, global platform that puts HR at the center of the business, allowing impact at every level and putting people first. Our brand embodies our story, values, and character, aligning with the principles we hold dear.

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How pay raises can be a critical tool to boost employee experience

HRExecutive

When it comes to the modern employee experience, a new survey has bolstered the idea that when all is said and done, one of the best ways to drive a positive EX is by helping employees strengthen their financial wellness. - Advertisement - The report, “Champions of Change: How HR Decision-Makers Are Delivering Employee Experiences That Matter” from HCM provider isolved, found that 59% of organizations have given cost-of-living raises to employees in the past year, and 32% plan to do

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Take a DEI Survey and Get a Chance to Win $100 Amazon Gift Card

Evil HR Lady

Diversity, equity, and inclusion – often shortened to D&I or DEI – spiked as a topic of interest in 2020, especially with the rise of Black Lives Matter (BLM) and other movements in the public consciousness. Is it still on everyone’s minds in 2024? To understand how DEI priorities and experiences have shifted for companies and workers since then, we’re inviting you to fill out this survey, which should take 10-15 minutes of your time.

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Preventing Workplace Violence and Complying with California’s New Legal Requirements (SB-553)

Speaker: Speakers:

Every company everywhere should have a plan to combat workplace violence and properly respond to violent incidents. California has stepped to the plate and become the first state to mandate workplace violence prevention requirements for employees and employers. Even if you are in a different state or country, these workplace violence requirements are applicable to almost every employer anywhere.

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Kevin Hart’s restaurant chain becomes the latest employer to offer a student loan benefit

HR Brew

Perks for restaurant employees have evolved beyond some free fries. Hart House, the Los Angeles-based vegan restaurant chain co-founded by comedian Kevin Hart, announced on March 6 a partnership with student loan benefits provider Savi to offer the company’s full- and part-time employees tools and coaching to help lower their educational debt. Hart House employees can enroll in the benefit on their 60th day of employment, Andy Hooper, the company’s CEO, told HR Brew.

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How Leaders Can Master Spontaneous Communication

IO At Work

High level leaders are often put on the spot, and what they say matters. Harvard Business Review provides practical advice for leaders who want to improve their communication skills.

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Women have returned to the workforce. Now, how to keep them?

HRExecutive

This month marks four years since the official start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the massive workforce shifts during this time was the exodus—and subsequent return—of women to the labor force. Just months into the pandemic, the effect on women’s labor force participation was already noticeable, with some experts dubbing the impact the “She-cession.” Women around the country left their jobs in droves, largely driven by disproportionate expectations for caregiving duties in t

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18 Overlooked Areas Leaders Should Invest More Time In

Forbes Coaches Council

It's easy for leaders to get caught up in day-to-day operations and neglect other important areas of business that require ongoing attention.

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The Employer’s Guide to Early Cancer Detection

A comprehensive early detection strategy for cancer is no longer a nice-to-have for employers; it’s a must. The reality is 1 in 2 women and 1 in 3 men will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives, and the physical, emotional, and financial impact on both employees and employers is great. To help improve your employees’ health outcomes and reduce cancer-related costs, download The Employer’s Guide to Early Detection.

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Technically HR: New LinkedIn tools aim to connect internal candidates to roles and the tools to design their own careers

HR Brew

The introduction of generative AI has already altered the workplace and in some cases necessitated changes to talent strategy as HR and talent leaders look for ways to hire and retain a skilled workforce. On March 6, LinkedIn launched new career development and internal mobility features aimed at helping current employees and talent pros better connect about opportunities within their organization and design upskilling paths for employees to get there.

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2024 Independent Contractor Classification Compliance Update

Proliant

As of January 10, 2024, the DOL introduced a final rule regarding the classification of employees and independent contractors. This update, effective March 11, 2024, includes a revised 6-factor test aimed at safeguarding the rights of employees. The assessment is based on a holistic approach, taking into account all factors collectively.

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The Top 10 Masculine Biased Words Used in Job Descriptions (2024 Update)

Ongig

What are the top masculine biased words used in job descriptions? Knowing if you have masculine vs. feminine job descriptions is a hot topic these days. Most companies want to hire more women. This week, I used Ongig’s Text Analyzer software (the tool for gender bias in job descriptions) to find out. I had Text Analyzer review 48,246 random job descriptions from U.S.