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The Future of Work: Reskilling and Upskilling for Business Success When Change Is Constant
Ongoing advancements in automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning continue to propel the digital transformation, making the future of work a hot topic for years. People’s jobs – and the skills required to do them – are changing rapidly, as are the industries in which they operate. Despite the heightened awareness of this issue, 79% […]
3 Best Practices for Seasonal Hiring
The way you hire your employees directly impacts the experience your customers receive. Seasonal workers are certainly no exception! But many best practices are, in this case, dictated by the temporary nature of the work. With that in mind, here’s a quick rundown to help outline the best course of action for organizations with seasonal […]
Why Company Culture Isn’t Just for Full-Timers Anymore
The later part of the year often gives companies a chance to showcase their culture in its best light. From Thanksgiving potlucks to full-on, off-site Christmas parties, these are the moments for workers to revel in a shared sense of fun and belonging. However, if the term “worker” conjures an image of strictly full-time employees, […]
5 Practices to Help You Retain Seasonal Hires
Seasonal workers come with many perks, such as lower payroll costs and additional support for permanent employees during busy times. But retaining temporary workers can be challenging because they often are less motivated and less loyal than full-time staff. However, simply avoiding seasonal hires isn’t feasible for many organizations. In 2018, U.S. businesses brought on […]
The Time to Start Seasonal Hiring? Now!
How soon do you need to start recruiting for this year’s seasonal hires? Likely well before you think you do. Kohl’s, for example, announced open seasonal positions in July. Competition for seasonal employees this year is expected to be tight, just as it has been in the last few years. If you’re late to the […]
SEC Proposes Change to Business Reporting Requirements
For public companies subject to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s regulation on mandatory disclosure, changes may be coming very soon. The proposed amendments to Regulation S-K aim for “modernization.” From an HR standpoint, the most important potential change comes down to three words: “human capital resources.” If amended, the rule would make a company’s […]
The New Tech Driving HR’s Digital Transformation
Americans are online an average of seven hours per day – using mobile devices to communicate, order coffee, check bank balances and more, according to 2019 Global Digital reports. Thanks to ever-changing technology, we’ve come to expect direct access to our personal data and important information in all areas of our daily lives. Then we […]
A Perfect Fit: How a Winning Culture Creates a Winning Team
According to LinkedIn’s Global Recruiting Trends 2017, 80% of talent acquisition leaders believe their employer brand has a noticeable impact on their ability to hire and retain great talent. Look no further than college sports for a prime example of this effect. College athletic recruiters build teams known for winning by leveraging an unrivaled brand to […]
How Volunteering Drives Your Workforce – and Company – Forward
Research shows time and again, that time spent volunteering by employees actually ends up benefiting the organization by improving workplace culture and driving engagement. According to Cone Communications, 75% of employees agree their job is more fulfilling when opportunities to create a positive impact exist. Another 51% say they won’t work for a company without […]
Does Your Culture Exclude Baby Boomers?
As organizations evolve to create more inclusive cultures, it may be easy to overlook an older demographic which still has 41 million active employees across the nation: baby boomers. Like any other generational cohort in the workplace, boomers have basic psychological needs that must be met to elicit high engagement and productivity. Unfortunately, only one-third […]
Shark Tank’s Barbara Corcoran Talks Opening Employee Dialogue for Business Success
Communication is not an option. The only true choice is whether to actively participate in it, because a lack of dialogue speaks volumes about a company’s leadership and directly impacts its ability to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace. According to The Holmes Report, the total estimated cost of lost productivity from communication barriers is $37 billion, […]
DOL Releases Final Overtime Rule, Setting Standard Salary Threshold at $684 Per Week
Today, the U.S. Department of Labor released its final rule that increases the salary threshold for workers in the executive, administrative and professional exemptions. The threshold has increased from $455 per week (or $23,660 per year) to $684 per week (or $35,568 per year) for employees in the standard exemptions. The threshold for highly compensated […]