Human Resources is at the front lines of employers’ response to the COVID-19 crisis. The crisis is forcing almost every business to immediately develop, adapt or improve remote work policies and procedures. As HR pros struggle to keep employees safe and informed, it helps to think about what changes will be more permanent and how […]
Snow emergencies create FLSA compliance headaches. But here’s a guide that’ll keep you safe.
If you’re using a LMS for employee training or any other kind of training, applying gamification will increase employee engagement and knowledge retention.
Providing employees with a strong Employee Experience is more than a great company picnic and premium benefits. Employee Experience, or EX, is about employees feeling like there are strong contributors to the success of the company. They are productive and efficient because the employer treats them like a customer, providing them with the tools and […]
Keeping each other safe requires everyone to have a social responsibility and make sure to the best of their ability that they are healthy when they come to work.
Employers who don’t want to suffer from the “no good deed goes unpunished” warning would be wise to manage holiday office party risks.
A U.S. appeals court in Atlanta made a lot of waves in the employment law community this week by ruling that sexual orientation is not a protected characteristic under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. But there are some interesting wrinkles to the case that employers need to know about.
With the emergence of a tight labor market and a focus on preventing sexual harassment, HR pros had their hands full in 2018.
Payroll tech trends are changing rapidly and will play a significant role in employee experience, from payment-on-demand to data security compliance.
It’s a digital world. Here’s some advice from guest poster Michael Overell, CEO and founder of RecruitLoop (an online platform of independent recruiters) on how today’s HR pros can survive – and even thrive – in this ever-changing recruiting wilderness.
Here are the three key opportunities to create great places to work — opportunities that deliver improved performance and greater productivity:
More than half of gig economy workers responding to a recent survey said they believe the “alternative workforce” should unionize. And the desire to unionize extends to gig workers who say they are satisfied with their current job. Why? So they can get paid fairly, have some level of benefit coverage (about three-quarters of gig […]
While traditional strategies and plan design tweaks are still in play, employers everywhere are realizing they need to do more to fight the increasing costs of company sponsored health insurance.
Your employees are your most valuable asset, and they can really boost your brand if you motivate and encourage them to become strong supporters.
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