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  • How To Use Cohort Analysis for Better Workforce Decisions
    Posted by Ian Cook on 21 settembre 2017 at 16:10

    Talking compensation and promotions with your employees can be a tricky business, yet many managers make these costly (and sometimes time-sensitive) people decisions based on hallway conversations and gut feel. Intuition — a mental “shortcut” — is the result of... […]

  • How to Address the Labor Crunch
    Posted by Andrew McIlvaine on 21 settembre 2017 at 16:03

    It’s the best of times for U.S. workers, it’s the worst of times for U.S. employers. Unemployment is at record lows while wage growth is at record highs, and many companies are hitting a wall trying to find qualified new hires to fill their ranks. Jobs — particularly in industries such as construction — are going begging. And … Continue reading How to Address the Labor Crunch &rarr […]

  • 5 Steps Companies Doing Business in the EU Need to Take Now
    Posted by José Alberto Rodríguez Ruiz on 21 settembre 2017 at 14:25

    Protecting customer and employee data should be at the top of every major corporation’s priority list. Your customer and employee trust depends on it. And if you are a global company with offices, employees or customers in the EU then... […]

  • Fight Employee Burnout With These Tips
    Posted by Sarah Andresen on 21 settembre 2017 at 12:34

    Every job can be stressful in its own way, but burnout takes that stress to an unhealthy, extreme level. The Mayo Clinic defines it as a state of physical, emotional or mental exhaustion combined with doubts about your competence and... […]

  • The OT Rule:<br> Now What?
    Posted by hreonline.com on 21 settembre 2017 at 12:23

    By Carol Patton HRE spoke with a former acting administrator of the Department of Labor's wage and hour division to find out how HR leaders should proceed after a federal court judge struck down the Obama-era overtime rule. […]

  • Does the Law Require that You Let an Employee Nap?
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 21 settembre 2017 at 12:03

    Napping is popular among just about everyone other than toddlers, who desperately need naps, but are convinced they are prohibited by the Geneva convention. Culturally, though, we just don’t do it. We get up in the morning, we go to work, and we work until dinner time, in which case we go home, eat, watch Netflix, […] The post Does the Law Require that You Let an Employee Nap? appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • What Are Your Responsibilities When Your Business Traveler Brings Family?
    Posted by Thomas Davidson on 20 settembre 2017 at 16:30

    According to a recent GBTA study, more than a third of North American business travelers have extended a business trip to add on a vacation. More than half those taking these bleisure trips bring family members or a significant other... […]

  • Benefits in the Age of Goop
    Posted by hreonline.com on 20 settembre 2017 at 15:06

    In an open letter to Gwyneth Paltrow, HRE 's benefits columnist weighs in on the Hollywood actress and lifestyle guru's popular wellness platform and what it could mean for employers. […]

  • Throw Out Your Old HR Playbook and Think Like An Owner
    Posted by DisruptHR on 20 settembre 2017 at 14:22

    When Joanne Rencher tells you in this video to throw out the playbook, listen up. It would be a shame to miss a single word of what she has to say. For openers, here’s a sit-up and take notice comment:... […]

  • Take My Employees, Please
    Posted by Mark McGraw on 20 settembre 2017 at 14:19

    Jolt CEO and co-founder Roei Deutsch doesn’t necessarily want his talented young employees to stay. Deutsch, who heads the San Francisco-based career development start-up, started experimenting with “charterships” about a year ago; an arrangement in which workers would leave the job they were hired for after two years. At that time, they would either find … Continue reading Take My Employees, Please &rarr […]

  • HR's Role after the Equifax Breach
    Posted by hreonline.com on 20 settembre 2017 at 11:46

    By George Larocque The recent Equifax data breach publicly exposed mountains of data that HR departments depend on. Here are a few examples where HR is vulnerable and what you can do to help protect employees. […]

  • Using Data to Break Barriers
    Posted by hreonline.com on 20 settembre 2017 at 11:15

    By Anjali Patel With the upcoming release of a recruitment barriers analysis tool, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission gives HR a new way to evaluate the employment life cycle for potential barriers. […]

  • Why Your Boss Makes You Punch a Time Clock
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 20 settembre 2017 at 11:08

    What do you think about the idea of professional or semi-professional (i.e., highly-skilled college graduates) hourly employees having to clock in and out daily and for breaks, etc., especially in a creative field? My company just adopted a product called “Humanity” which requires us to do that and many of us are disgruntled. As a midlevel […] The post Why Your Boss Makes You Punch a Time Clock appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • ZipRecruiter Gains Major Newspaper Network at Monster’s Expense
    Posted by John Zappe on 19 settembre 2017 at 20:58

    Career site Monster is facing the defection of one of its largest, remaining North American newspaper publishers next month when Gatehouse Media switches its employment sites to ZipRecruiter. The announcement was made today that beginning Oct. 1, ZipRecruiter would power... […]

  • Another Coffin Nail for EEOC Merger?
    Posted by Michael J. O'Brien on 19 settembre 2017 at 19:13

    After taking office in January, one of President Trump’s first orders of business was to act on a recommendation from the conservative Heritage Foundation, which recommended eliminating redundancies in the Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Indeed, in the president’s budget, the OFCCP saw its budget reduced from $105 … Continue reading Another Coffin Nail for EEOC Merger? &rarr […]

  • What to Do When You Need to Ignore Your Pay Survey
    Posted by Rita Patterson on 19 settembre 2017 at 16:29

    Data, data, data. We live, love and dream about data here at PayScale, and big data is driving business and pay decisions across industries and functions. But when it comes to data-based decision-making, there are a few occasions when decisions... […]

  • I’m with Kap
    Posted by Laurie Ruettimann on 19 settembre 2017 at 15:12

    The only reason Colin Kaepernick isn’t playing football is that the NFL and its team owners are trying to appease racist fans. Before you email me and explain how capitalism works, I know that teams can hire anybody for any reason. They can also fire people for performance. But anybody who tells you that Colin […] The post I’m with Kap appeared first on Laurie Ruettimann. […]

  • 5 Signs of a Terrible Manager
    Posted by Stuart Hearn on 19 settembre 2017 at 14:35

    When we discuss companies with a high employee turnover, we need to look at a range of factors that might be contributing to this. It might be a fault with recruitment, or perhaps the wrong employees are being hired. Maybe... […]

  • Leadership’s Secret Sauce: Take Care of the People Who Take Care of the People
    Posted by Ron Thomas on 19 settembre 2017 at 12:42

    When the door opened a young man walked in buried into his phone. He did not look up, which I thought strange because in the outer office there were 3 customers and 4 of his workmates. He proceeded to his... […]

  • Can Analytics Reduce First Year Turnover to Zero?
    Posted by David Creelman on 19 settembre 2017 at 12:35

    Imagine you are running a retail chain. Some of your in-store staff stay at least a year; some do not. Can analytics distinguish what is different between those two groups? Could it potentially do that so well that first-year turnover... […]

  • Targeting Toxic Environments
    Posted by hreonline.com on 19 settembre 2017 at 09:18

    By Mark McGraw A recent study finds antagonistic behavior persisting in the workplace, with 20 percent of employees saying they've been subjected to a hostile or threatening social environment at work in the past year. What can HR do to curb this conduct? […]

  • Are Employers Too Powerful?
    Posted by Jack Robinson on 18 settembre 2017 at 13:00

    It’s not often that a philosopher’s book makes even a small splash in the business world. This one may be an exception: Private Government: How Employers Rule Our Lives (and Why We Don’t Talk about It) by University of Michigan philosophy professor Elizabeth Anderson. The book, published earlier this year by Princeton University Press, has attracted attention … Continue reading Are Employers Too Powerful? &rarr […]

  • Parkinson’s Disease: What the Heck Is It?
    Posted by Laurie Ruettimann on 18 settembre 2017 at 11:45

    My friend Mollie Lombardi has Parkinson’s Disease. She’s not merely living with the disease. She’s promoting awareness, raising money, and kicking ass in her career. Mollie organized a challenge: Get up, get moving, and track your steps. You can find more information on the HR Gives Back site. Sponsors will donate money to the Michael […] The post Parkinson’s Disease: What the Heck Is It? appeared first on Laurie Ruettimann. […]

  • Why I Would Make a Terrible Traditional Candidate
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 18 settembre 2017 at 10:19

    I haven’t looked for a traditional job for years–I’ve been self-employed for the past 8. But, yesterday a recruiter sent me a job description for a job that actually fit my talents, was in my local area, and that I was qualified for. This never happens. I get lots of info from recruiters in Connecticut (I […] The post Why I Would Make a Terrible Traditional Candidate appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • Bringing Predictability to Scheduling
    Posted by hreonline.com on 18 settembre 2017 at 09:22

    By Julie Cook Ramirez Seeking to protect workers from unpredictable scheduling practices, Oregon becomes the first state to pass "fair workweek" legislation. Critics of the law say government-mandated solutions "ignore the realities" of what it takes to run a business. […]

 

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