Three Ways Metrics Can Help Avoid Common Compliance Mistakes

Cornerstone On Demand

No company wants to end up in the headlines for a code of conduct violation, or for not updating its policies based on the latest legislation. The problem, reports Harvard Business Review , is that compliance training is not enough. million fine for HIPAA violations.

5 Sure-fire Ways Even the Most Well-Planned Wellness Program Can Fail


Building a wellness program that fires on all cylinders can sometimes feel like waking up early on a Saturday. Sure, it may seem like a piece of cake in theory, but it’s way more difficult when the task is actually at hand. With that said, here are some of the most common mistakes that we’ve seen over the years. They Overlook the Importance of Culture. What’s waiting for employees at the finish line when they complete all the program activities?

Can Wearable Technology and Predictive Analytics Prevent Workplace Violence?

HR Daily Advisor

Wearables and predictive analytics are more than just trendy tech tools—they have the potential to give safety and HR managers an edge in foreseeing and preventing workplace violence. Therefore, it is a bit premature to start having a dialogue about specific, effective metrics.

Let’s Talk #HRTF16

Robin Schooling

I am, let’s face it, the typical HR practitioner. I do boring stuff like write policies and lecture train managers. I have boring corporate conference calls on topics like HIPAA and the ACA. Apart from, perhaps, the urinal jokes… I’m your HR lady.

Should my people system connect with my benefits brokerage?


The majority of companies properly employ the teams that support their people. These teams are turning into strategic weapons for the business, and as a result, making the companies they support much more successful. There are two attributing trends: The term “HR” is fading. Cultural leaders and metrics-driven experts are taking over with a mission to improve the company’s number one asset, it’s people.

The Future of Healthcare: “We need to increase research funding for specific diseases” with Scott Kim of Neofect USA

Thrive Global

For example, there’s so little known about Alzheimer’s that it’s hard to treat the root cause, meaning we’re more reactive than proactive. As a part of my interview series with leaders in healthcare, I had the pleasure to interview Scott Kim. But after moving to the U.S. The U.S.