The Right Way to Increase Minimum Wage at Your Organization


On July 18th, 2019, the U.S. government passed a bill to gradually increase the minimum wage to $15 by 2025. of wage-earning workers and their employers. . The hourly rate of labor directly influences your bottom line. Understand the full impact.

5 Red Flags Your Talent Management System Should Tell You


Payroll and related talent management costs can make up 70% of business expenses , so it’s critical for your talent management system to continuously identify areas for improvement. Keep an eye on the following red flags your talent management system should be telling you.

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Josh Bersin on the Importance of Talent Management in the Modern Workplace


Josh Bersin, Founder and Principal of Bersin by Deloitte, recently spoke at BetterUp Shift 2018 , an event which brought together the most innovative leaders and thinkers in HR and people development to discuss how to infuse greater meaning into the employee experience. The U.S.

Why Investing in a Talent Management System Should Be a Priority at Your Dealership


As a dealer, you likely frequently face the debate of how to allocate your budget and resources to make your dealership more profitable. When debating between countless solutions for your dealership, a hiring and talent management system is one solution you shouldn’t overlook.

Are you pushing the limits on your labor?

The Aristocracy of HR

010020000010 One of the first things I learned in Industrial Psychology was the breakdown and distribution of labor. I learned what it meant to have a full-time equivalent (FTE), part-time, temporary and per-diem/on-call staff.

How to Meet the New Overtime Regulation Using People Analytics


In 2016, I shared how organizations could use people analytics to prepare for the changes to overtime pay that were set to take effect later that year. However, a federal injunction was issued against the Department of Labor (DOL) regarding the new overtime rules, halting any further action.

3 Ways People Analytics Ends Employee Retention Guesswork


Hiring, vacancies and turnover are critical measures on both the state of the economy and the health of the organization. If you read the financial papers, economists will point to record levels of new job openings, and what follows — voluntary resignations.

4 Questions HR Leaders Need to Ask About Holiday Workers Now


If you work in HR for a holiday hustle industry, managing staffing shortfalls and linking talent to customer satisfaction are likely at the top of your priority list right now. An increase in order processing times means that the team is not keeping up with demand.

Train for Compliance—More Manager Actions that Can Risk Lawsuits

HR Daily Advisor

In yesterday’s Advisor , we reviewed the first 17 of our list of 27 management actions that can increase your company’s risk of being sued; today, we present the final 10 manager/supervisor actions that you must be training against. Learn More.

Employee Scheduling Software Reviews: The 10 Highest-Rated Systems


I’ve never understood the popularity of Moleskine planners. If that’s the case, then why don’t they have nice things like that for their employee scheduling, too? And if your job involves constantly changing hours and shifts, then watch out. And the not-so-favorite features?

Automating HR Tasks For Workplace Efficiency

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Automation has become increasingly common in the human resources industry, but has been met with much skepticism. In a survey of HR managers on behalf of Career Builder, 55 percent of them said that they believe that artificial intelligence will become a regular part of HR in the next 5 years.

How to Determine What Benefits Your Employees Really Want


My best friend used to work as a warehouse employee at a very large online retailer. The funny thing was that the benefits that actually contributed to her enjoyment of her job were largely accidental—she got tons of exercise and liked her unconventional shift hours.

How To Ensure Your Employees Are Safe At Work

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The Agencies Concerned With Safety And Health. The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has responsibility for the safety and health of people working in mines, regardless of the size of the mine, how many employees there are or what is being extracted.

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Why Employees Stay at Small Businesses


” is a question plaguing the minds of small business leaders and HR practitioners. With talent pools shrinking , job hopping becoming more common , and recruiting costs rising , the need for answers has grown only more urgent. Set a good example at the top.

How technology is helping solve the compliance conundrum


Keeping up with compliance , a moving target within the human resource space, affects employers of all sizes. They need a partner with expertise that can be leveraged to design a solution for the unique complexities of their business. Caring for the Elderly, Complying with the Law.

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Learning Corner With Jeffrey Pfeffer: Employers Can—and Should—Make Every Day Pay Day

Cornerstone On Demand

When a former participant in a Stanford executive program invited me to join the advisory board of PayActiv , a company providing employees access to their earned wages between pay periods, I had no idea about the pressing need for what has become a growing industry and movement.

Do You Pay Your Interns? Six Questions That Can Help You Decide

TLNT: The Business of HR

The short answer – probably. It’s safe to assume that as more and more unpaid interns hear about the lawsuits, they could jump on the bandwagon. Three separate bills have been proposed in the past month to prevent workplace discrimination against unpaid interns.

Hiring Wisdom: Do You Believe These Lies About the “New” World of Work?

TLNT: The Business of HR

Except for the recent brouhaha about raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour, the business press routinely ignores the more than 60 percent of American workers who are hourly employees. The rules have changed. The old rule still rules.

Stop Spying on Social Media


Pier Sixty, LLC, Hernan Perez, a server at New York-based event venue Pier Sixty, vented his frustrations with his manager in an expletive-laden Facebook post he published during a scheduled break. The NLRA protects an employee’s right to engage in protected, concerted activity,” says Holt.

Remote Job Platforms For HR Professionals

New to HR

There exist other categories of remote job platforms and in today’s post, in continuation of the series on “My Experiment Of Working in The Gig Economy”, I will take a look at platforms dedicated to fulltime and/or part-time remote jobs.

Are You Asking the Right Questions to Evaluate Your Payroll System?


Most businesses reevaluate their payroll systems every few years to determine if the system is meeting their needs and expectations. The next time you’re evaluating your payroll system, ask yourself the following questions to see if your current system works for your business.

7 Big Questions Employees Have About Your Workplace Atmosphere

TLNT: The Business of HR

Standing 726 feet high, and weighing more than 18 Empire State buildings combined, the Hoover Dam is a jaw-dropping wonder of the industrial world. The promise of above-average wages (between 50 cents to $1.25 tools, training, technology, etc?).

HR’s Predictive Power on Your Customer


3 hours past pain medication post-surgery. After a second nurse came in later to administer the WRONG medication to me, I really started to get nervous. How did this healthcare organization get hiring so wrong on the first 2 and right on 3 rd ? The impact?

A Brief Overview of Pay Equity History in the U.S.


The labor laws we know today are a culmination of changes which have taken shape throughout the last century. Certain specific federal and state legislative activities are in large part responsible for the way we approach compensation today.

The New World of Work – Flexible Careers and Freelancing


Is freelancing the new black? It certainly seems that way—in fact, you might call this trend the new world of work. Today, a little more than one in three workers in the United States are setting their own hours and being their own bosses. The Pros.

Five Tips to Win the War for Talent in 2017


In other words, the companies that offer the best employee value will attract not only those who are out of work but the best of the best who are seeking greener pastures but not necessarily in a rush to jump ship. Cough up the cash.

What Millennials Really Want from Employers


The post ’80s digital generation is more concerned with free time than work, demanding flexi-hours and remote working, they want to take longer holidays, they want better perks and bigger benefits, and so on. No one knows what millennials want better than the millennials themselves.

HR, Training and the ‘Gig’ Economy


New survey data finds few organizations are investing in their employees’ training and development these days, and I’m beginning to think the “gig economy” may have something to do with it. For those companies that are providing training, only 35 percent are offering career development opportunities online. And, according Saba, the majority of employees (57 percent) are simply getting their training from “on the job” experience.

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Keeping Staff When Your Employee Benefits Don’t Cut It


To get around it you hire inexperienced graduates and train them yourself, only to seem them walk off to a larger company with shinier benefit packages as soon as you give the qualifications they need to get in. Be The Most Convenient Option.

Shifting for the Gig Economy


Uber and Lyft have become synonymous with the gig economy, but ridesharing is far from the only industry ripe with opportunities for on-demand work. The Digital Demand. In today’s world, people literally want to choose by the day what they want to do,” Burgess says.

The New World of Work – Flexible Careers and Freelancing


Is freelancing the new black? It certainly seems that way—in fact, you might call this trend the new world of work. Today, a little more than one in three workers in the United States are setting their own hours and being their own bosses. The Pros.

5 Reasons Why Recruits Secretly Hate Their Hiring Managers


Nobody ever wants to be the one to break the bad news. But, see, the thing is, I did a survey. It was very scientific and professional, in the sense that I made a post on Facebook and had as many people share it as I could. What do you wish hiring managers knew?

4 Economic Trends Impacting Talent Today

ClearCompany HRM

The market for talent has always been and always will be changing. From the time the first help wanted sign was hung from a shop window to today when it’s hard to tell if we’re in high unemployment or the gig economy. Skilled talent is still at a premium.

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Creating Happier, Engaged Workplaces: A Conversation


Sadly, feeling disconnected from our work is not a rarity — and for all the attention focused upon the issue, progress has eluded us. To solve the greater work-life-happiness dilemma, it is becoming clear that we need to implement swift, concrete changes in the way we work.

Healthcare Franchises and Maintaining Employees


Over the last few decades, the franchise business model has flourished. The “franchisation” of healthcare is unique because it allows non-medical professionals to open, operate, and run healthcare service establishments. The Importance of Healthcare Employees.