Got to hand it to CareerBuilder — its regular surveys are a great morale booster for harried HR pros. This edition: Employees’ excuses for being late to work. Check it out and be happy these folks don’t work for you.
Finally, hard evidence that the federal government is indeed run by beings from another planet: The DOL says that the vast majority of U.S. employers think that complying with FMLA regs is a snap.
National polls say the race for the presidency is neck and neck. But an exclusive poll conducted by HR Morning shows a clear preference among HR pros.
Slightly more than eight in 10 workers are satisfied, overall, with their jobs, a new survey says. That’s good. But less than half of those employees feel good about how their career’s advancing. That’s bad.
Is the U.S. workplace simply getting meaner? A new study shows an alarming jump in the rate of employees being bullied by their co-workers, supervisors — and even customers.
As sick as we all are of hearing about the importance of “employee engagement,” it’s a concern that’s not going away. And a new report illustrates just how complicated the engagement issue really is.
Looks like many employers are ready to shell out just a bit more in pay raises next year. What’s your firm planning to do?
How many of your rank-and-file employees have actually met your CEO?
As the Digital Age matures, employers of all sizes continue to wonder: Just how much time are workers wasting wandering on the Web? And what motivates them to do it? Well, now we know.
Unemployment’s still painfully high, but many companies are struggling to find qualified people.