2021

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An in-depth guide to conducting employee one-on-ones

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

An in-depth guide to conducting effective one-on-ones for increased employee engagement.

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The Great Resignation of 2021 is a great concern for midsize companies

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

Hibob conducted a national survey to understand the current sentiment of the U.S. workforce amid “The Great Resignation”. The results give valuable insight into what employees want and how HR leaders can create positive employee experiences.

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These CHROs say it’s time to ‘re-recruit’ your employees

HRExecutive

As companies continue to lose top talent during the Great Resignation , many are quickly trying to fill vacancies by pivoting their recruitment and hiring strategies—adding sign-on bonuses, emphasizing a commitment to flexibility, upping their investment in corporate social responsibility. Instead of focusing solely on hiring new talent, however, HR leaders should also concentrate on “re-recruiting” their existing employees to reduce flight risk and build an invested, engaged workforce.

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What Keeps Human Resources Professionals Awake At Night?

15Five

We posted this question as an icebreaker in our HR Superstars community , because we figured if anyone is going to share vulnerably immediately, it’s going to be Human Resources Professionals (aka People Ops): . What one aspect of your HR role has kept you up at night in the last week? ??After reading through the myriad responses, I am even more in awe of HR leaders (and I used to be a Chief People Officer!

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Unlocking Global Payroll Potential

This whitepaper examines the rise, and subsequent challenges, faced by U.S. companies expanding globally, and explores best practices for achieving seamless and compliant global payroll operations.

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Why Should You Localize The Entire Candidate Journey?

TalentLyft

In his book Hacking Growth, Seal Ellis talks about his experiences of taking companies to the next level. More specifically, for anyone unfamiliar with the work of Sean Ellis, he is probably the reason you've heard about Dropbox as a standard for cloud-based file sharing. But Dropbox aside, there is one thing that sparked my interest while reading the book.

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Predictions for 2022: Everything Is About To Change

Josh Bersin

Well, it’s time to talk about predictions for 2022, and the number one theme is change. And in a sense, everything is about to change. If you think back about where we are, it has been 14 years since the 2008 financial crisis, and we’ve been through digital transformation, economic hyper-growth, a stock market. Read more» The post Predictions for 2022: Everything Is About To Change appeared first on JOSH BERSIN.

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Top 30 Employee Retention Strategies for the "New" Work World!

Vantage Circle

Retain your best employees with these Top 30 Employee Retention Strategies and build a positive work atmosphere to promote engagement.

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Your 2021 payroll questions answered.

Business Management Daily

Although things are starting to calm just a little, the impacts of pandemic-related legislation, sudden moves to remote work, and more are still being felt. Now is when the flood of confusing legal questions arises as businesses start to try to return to normal (and perhaps realize that normal doesn’t quite exist anymore). Regardless, you can’t put payroll on hold simply because things are confusing.

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I’m working 2 full-time remote jobs — is this unethical?

Ask a Manager

This post, I’m working 2 full-time remote jobs — is this unethical? , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: The WSJ and other media outlets have been reporting on white-collar workers who work from home, working two full-time jobs at once. The thinking is, since you don’t have to be physically present in an office and can theoretically manage your own schedule, why not earn two incomes and fly under the radar?

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Moving Forward in HR and Recruiting Uncertainty

An era of uncertainty has arrived in recruiting. The unpredictability that exists in the labor market can make it difficult for employers to know how they should respond in this environment. Despite the turbulence, recruiting professionals should be encouraged by recent trends. Applications per job are up over the last year across companies of all sizes, and more than half of all recruiters expect their teams to grow in the next year, with nearly two-thirds expecting their recruiting budgets to

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Improve Your Hiring Process & Attract Talent | Reveal Global

Reveal Global

How can you improve your hiring process and attract quality talent? Here are four solutions to streamlining your candidate sourcing process.

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5 ways to improve employees’ mental health as we return to the office

Reward Gateway

Discover five tips to help reduce employees' stress and anxiety and improve wellbeing as we return to the office in 2021. Learn more!

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An Intro to Workforce Monitoring: Continuous Criminal Monitoring

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

Continuous criminal monitoring is a real-time background check. You may have heard it referred to as workforce monitoring, arrest monitoring, criminal records monitoring, or something similar. Continuous monitoring provides near-real-time alerts about new criminal activity within your current workforce.

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HR Tech Conference 2021: What are the HR tech jobs of the future?

HRExecutive

One of my favorite HR and “future of work” articles in recent memory is titled 21 HR Jobs of the Future. It was written by Jeanne Meister and Robert Brown and published last year by the Harvard Business Review. The article presented the results of nearly a year of research and consultation with about 100 CHROs, Chief Learning Officers and Talent VPs to create a vision of how HR’s role could evolve and transform over the next decade.

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The Greatest Overlooked Tool: A Recruiting Assessment Guide to Transforming Hiring

You know talent acquisition is essential to business success, but are you frustrated with hiring results? Learn how to spotlight ideal talent & match them to the right roles in your organization today by using the Greatest Overlooked Tool.

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Benefits of working remotely: UK workers get back an hour a day – and they like it

Workable

Because of that seismic change, we included questions around remote work in our Great Discontent survey, which surveyed 500 workers in the UK on what matters to them in a job. And we have interesting findings for you on what the benefits of working remotely are, whether remote work is indeed happening, and how important it is to workers in the UK. And we have interesting findings for you, starting with a matter-of-fact comment from one respondent: “Whilst financial recompense is an important fac

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Beyond Benefits: Strategies to Increase Employee Retention

Folks HR

How important is workplace environment for millenial employees and what strategies can we use to increase their retention?

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Management development should be HR's number one priority in 2022

HR Zone

Managers Make management development a top priority in 2022.

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A New Category Emerges: The Creator Platform For Corporate Learning

Josh Bersin

Many of you have heard me talk about TikTok as a learning platform, and you probably thought I was talking about the entertaining videos. No, it’s much more. TikTok is not just entertainment, it’s a Creator Platform. TikTok development tools are amazing. Today millions of young people (and old) are building interactive videos, extravaganzas of.

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How Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Drive Business Results

According to Forbes, employees who feel listened to show a 64% longer commitment to tasks. And that’s just for starters. Learn how emotionally intelligent leaders drive business results. Download Paycor’s guide for the full story.

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Re-designing Employee Experience Around Well-Being

TalentCulture

Amid the unique shockwaves sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic, HR tech has found itself at a turning point. Mostly, two major trends have brought on this critical phase in HR […]. The post Re-designing Employee Experience Around Well-Being appeared first on TalentCulture.

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10 Key Talent and Leadership Trends for 2022

SHRM

The Great Resignation is only going to amplify The COVID-19 was the test case that no one wanted. For some time, companies have struggled with a shrinking talent pool, but the global pandemic accelerated this talent shortage to a degree no one could have predicted. A recent Korn Ferry survey shows 55% of professionals believe employee turnover will increase in 2022 and 31% say they would leave their job even if they didn’t have another one lined up.

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when the red flags are even more ominous than you know…

Ask a Manager

This post, when the red flags are even more ominous than you know… , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. In 2014, I received this letter. I get more mail than I can answer, and this one didn’t end up getting published. But read on, because there’s a twist coming. After following your cover letter and resume advice, I landed an interview for a position I would love to have.

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If You Can’t Find Good Employees, It May Not Be a Labor Shortage–It May Be You

Evil HR Lady

There is a lot of complaining about worker shortages and a lot of jokes going on–like the above, which points out the ridiculousness of the interview process. The thing is, it wouldn’t be funny if it wasn’t based in reality. Many companies have ridiculous hiring processes. Perhaps yours does. Or perhaps, you’re looking for a free intern to do work.

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Fertility Benefits for Every Age: A HR Roadmap from Gen Z to Baby Boomers

Speaker: Lauri Armstrong, SHRM-SCP - Sr. Director, People Operations at Carrot Fertility

Today’s workforce includes multiple generations of employees all looking for something different from their benefits package. While meeting these disparate needs can be challenging, a comprehensive fertility benefit can support everyone from junior staffers learning about their fertility health to senior leadership managing menopause and low testosterone symptoms.

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Taming the Beast: Your Guide to a Consistent Decision-Making Process

Root

Decisions. We make them all day long. What time to wake up? Which route to take to avoid the most traffic? Who to invite to the 2022 planning meeting? With literally thousands, if not millions, of decisions under your belt, you probably feel you have a solid mastery in the decision-making department. But I’m pretty sure you’re not as adept at this as you think.

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The Benefits and Challenges of Employee Engagement

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

Peruse our list for ways to use Motivosity and spice up your company culture. Organizations that make an effort to boost employee engagement will see a slew of benefits.

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What will recruitment look like after COVID?

HRExecutive

It took a global pandemic for some employers to overcome their biggest fear when it came to their recruiting function: change. In the wake of COVID, HR professionals have been forced to re-examine their talent acquisition strategies, resources and technology. Many of these changes have raised the bar for the recruitment process and candidate experience.

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Why Teachers Should Introduce Social-Emotional Skills in the Classroom

EverFi - HR

While we cannot predict with certainty the types of jobs that will exist in the future, we know that today’s students will need a variety of skills, whether referred to as “21st century skills” or “future-ready” skills , they need to be flexible to adapt with change. As we have seen and experienced even more so during the past school year, there has been an increased focus on the mental health and wellness of our students and ourselves.

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Ask an Expert: Stump Our I-9 Pros With Your Compliance Questions

Speaker: Chapelle Ryon, CEO of WorkBright

Ensuring I-9 compliance has never been more important…or more confusing. If you’ve struggled to find answers to your specific I-9 and compliance questions, join WorkBright, the experts in remote I-9 onboarding, for a free webinar where a panel of industry leaders will discuss: I-9 compliance tips and best practices Pros and cons of I-9 Alternative Procedure Exploring other options to facilitate I-9 remotely Open audience Q&A for all things I-9 compliance Bring your questions and hear from I-

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Ways to Increase Productivity in the Post-Pandemic Workplace

ThoughtFarmer

While there have been some outlier stories of success in some industries, according to United States Census Bureau , more than 66% of businesses report that the pandemic has had either a moderate negative effect or a large negative effect on their business. . If your business falls within this camp — or if you’re just eager to boost your growth in 2022 — you’re probably looking forward to the end of the pandemic as a way of kicking up your production and revenue. .

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Six ways to keep employees engaged and motivated over the summer

HR Zone

Culture Keeping spirits up through another Covid-19 summer.

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Telehealth Opening up New Opportunities for Healthcare Employment

Accurate Background

Many businesses and industries learned a lot about new ways of operating during the pandemic — in many cases, they would not have previously felt possible, or advisable. The healthcare industry is a prime example. During the pandemic, telehealth has seen a sharp uptick in terms of availability and patient access. It’s likely that this access will continue well into the future.