“Five things we need to do to close the gender wage gap”, with Jessica Wooke of RobustWealth

Thrive Global

More conversations need to take place at the executive level. As part of my series about “the five things we need to do to close the gender wage gap” I had the pleasure of interviewing Jessica Wooke, Chief Experience Officer at RobustWealth.

Starting a business in another country: Learn from those who did it

Workable

A stark reality for companies operating in today’s economic environment is the need – or opportunity, rather – to establish an international presence in the marketplace. Know the cultural norms. This includes benefits, perks and other potential motivators in the workplace.

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What is a PEO? – Top 10 FAQs Business Owners Have About PEOs

Prism HR

It’s your responsibility to ensure your employees are paid on time, stay safe throughout the workday, and have access to benefits like workers’ compensation, health insurance, and 401k. How does the PEO model work? How do I choose the best PEO for my business?

How To Inspire Millennial Women to Take on Leadership

Grovo HR

For the first time in history, as of October 2015 , more women in the U.S. Perhaps it’s because the pressures of family and career are still palpable. Even in the era of post-Steinem feminism there’s still a gender pay gap , child care costs continue to rise , and the U.S.

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Enriching the Employee Experience Has Great Results

AbelHR

Beyond keeping folks in interesting job roles and paying them a good wage, there are other things that you can do to add value to their work experience. One of the most important enrichment activities is that of providing training and so-called “upskilling” activities for your workers.

14 Ways to Invest in your Employees in 2020

Career Metis

As a business owner, employee turnover doesn’t just take up your time, but it also eats into your margins and by losing good people your business is worse off. The simple truth is that if you’re not taking the time to invest in those around, you’re neglecting the future of your business.

Cafe Classic: Re-Thinking Compensation At Professional Services Firms

Compensation Cafe

Editor's Note: As pay transparency and equity concerns draw ever more attention, it's interesting to revisit Stephanie Thomas's Classic post about black-box models of compensation and their fit, to the unique world of professional service firm partnerships or. to the broader world of work.

A Guide To Having Engaged Employees & Why It Matters

Emphasis HR

Have you even taken the time to think about your company’s practices when it comes to your employees? You can have a great benefits package, offer a decent wage, and still end up with high turnover rates. Employee engagement is essential to keeping your employees and creating a work environment where your team is happy. You were offered a lot of perks and a good wage. These are the areas to focus your efforts. #1 2 – Carefully Building Your Team.

updates: coworker is afraid of my service dog, my boss brings in alcohol, and more

Ask a Manager

month at Ask a Manager, and all December I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. My coworker is visibly uncomfortable around my service dog (#3 at the link). The situation with Carol ended up being a symptom of much worse problems with my supervisor and HR. I think she may have been reluctant to change desks because HR was being really strange about the whole thing. And I definitely don’t blame her at all if that was the case.

my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more

Ask a Manager

There have also been days where he doesn’t do his share of our team’s work, or simply doesn’t show up to work without telling our boss. It bothers me because I’m the one who covered for him when he dropped the ball on his projects, and he is far from a victim here.

The Top Human Resources Topics #HRtalk

HRmarketer

What are the HR topics most frequently mentioned in social updates (e.g., during the last three months? This post has the answer. This means we analyzed every tweet for each Twitter ID including the shared content. The Difference Between Popular and Trending.

Older Professionals Often Face Discrimination at Work — Here's Why Your Company Should Change That

Linkedin Talent Blog

Six out of 10 older workers have experienced or witnessed age discrimination at work, says a 2018 report by the U.S. And stereotypes about older workers — like the idea that they can’t keep pace or lack digital savvy — can have serious consequences. Remember the video footage of U.S.

Paycor Wraps Inaugural HR Center of Excellence Web Summit

Paycor

Based on demand following previous Web Summits, Paycor expanded its summit format to three days for the first time ever, resulting in a record of 4,500 attendees and solidifying the company as a thought leader in the human capital management market. Join the Conversation.

14 Opportunities to Address Unconscious Biases in the Modern Workplace

Bonusly

The Atlantic ’s Jessica Nordell interviewed Patricia Devine, director of the University of Wisconsin’s Prejudice and Intergroup Relations Lab, who evaluates the pervasiveness of biases. Because unconscious biases have the greatest influence over us when we’re stressed or under time constraints, two pressures you’re likely to experience at work, mitigating their impact on your coworkers and customers requires an active effort. But the payoff can be significant.

Talent and Performance Management Survey Summary

HR Daily Advisor

The HR Daily Advisor research team conducted the 2016 Talent and Performance Management Survey in January, 2016. Talent and performance management are some of the most important and rigorous tasks any HR professional has to deal with. The least common answer was “other.”