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The Cost of Not Using HR Tech? $4.51 Per Data Entry
This blog post was originally published on Nov. 19, 2018, and updated on Jan. 7, 2020. We often hear HR technology providers tout the time self-service software can save. It makes sense, given that it automates and streamlines laborious manual processes. A 2016 nationwide study by HR.com found that to be absolutely true. The large […]
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 […]
Using HR Tech to Improve Your Efficiencies and Maximize ROI
How much are you losing by not using HR tech? Most people have no idea. Let me tell you … it’s a lot. Especially when you have to do the work employees could easily be doing themselves. That keeps you from pursuing strategy that drives your business forward. But shedding this administrative burden requires more […]
Don’t You Dare Enter Any Data for Your Employees
For everything we do as consumers, we do it all on smartphones, whether it be buying things on Amazon or bypassing the line at Starbucks because you used their app to order and pay. The digital transformation isn’t on the way – it’s already here. Technology connecting us directly to the database has enriched our […]
EEOC and DOJ Strengthen Stance Against Harassment at State and Local Levels
On Dec. 21, the U.S. Equal Employment Commission (EEOC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to address and prevent workplace harassment within state and local government sectors. It is crucial that all employers, public or private understand its contents. With the signing of this memorandum, the two entities have […]
Don’t Miss Out on the Value of Your EAP Reports
According to the Society for Human Resource Management, 62% of employers outsource their Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Even if you use an external service for your EAP, the reality is your HR department still serves as the liaison between your employees and that provider. A key part of that role includes interpreting the results of […]
Your Solution for Employee Holiday Stress: EAP
The holiday season can be full of highs and lows: Finding and buying the perfect gift for those you love – but also, added financial anxiety. Finding ways to relax during time off – but despite our best efforts, thoughts of the looming backlog of work. Parties to throw and attend – and the continual […]
3 Tips for Effectively Communicating Open Enrollment
It’s that season again! Pumpkin spice, football, sweaters, open enrollment, falling leaves … While most non-HR people don’t add open enrollment to this particular list, the fall season brings just that to many organizations. Employees are gearing up to make big decisions regarding health insurance and other benefit options, which can be stressful not only […]
Difficult Conversations: 2 Things That Must Accompany Feedback to Your Employees
When cravings hit, they’re tough to resist. The workplace is not immune (and we’re not talking about the contents of the vending machine). According to Officevibe, 82% of employees crave feedback — regardless of whether it’s positive or negative. Feedback creates a constant flow of communication between leadership and your employees — something any employee […]
Transform Company Leaders Into Engagement Ambassadors
High employee engagement is linked to higher profits, greater productivity, lower turnover rates and a slew of other positive business outcomes. For years, HR leaders have worked to establish positive protocols and cultivate constructive environments to meet the shifting needs of a changing workforce. However, new research suggests engagement responsibilities should expand from the HR […]