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Small Businesses: 2 Opportunities for More Effective Change Management
Organizational change can be difficult to implement, posing unique logistical challenges for leaders of all kinds of businesses. And small businesses are no exception. Besides being time-consuming, change that affects every role in your company entails varying degrees of reluctance, pushback or even rejection from employees at all levels. And if you don’t succeed, you […]
3 Resources for Successful Change Management
Change is often challenging, whether it’s planned or not. But when you need to make changes in your organization and its practices, communication is critical. It’s the difference between confused employees who aren’t clear on their role in moving the company forward, and motivated employees who rise to the challenge. Understanding change management can feel […]
5 Questions for Aspiring Female Executives
We can all agree that having women in executive leadership is not a new concept, but recent trends have shown more interest than ever in this important initiative. Multiple contemporary studies have shown that women in leadership roles bring forth positive business impact, and gender diversity has been repeatedly linked to greater innovation, productivity, employee […]
When Cupid Strikes: 3 Steps to Managing Office Love
Around Valentine’s Day, conversations about love and romance are everywhere – including the office. The holiday of love may be behind us, but workplace romance is not going anywhere. HR may not usually be viewed as a matchmaker, but they are hiring talented people who fit the values and cultures of the company. When building […]
How the Way Americans Work Is Changing (and Other Lessons From Mad Money)
Make no mistake: HR technology is changing the way Americans work – for the better. On Aug. 21, Paycom CEO Chad Richison appeared on the CNBC talk show Mad Money to discuss this topic with host Jim Cramer. “We are transforming the HR and payroll industry,” Richison said, through software that directly connects employees […]
What Employee Separation Really Costs You
Often, it can be sad to see a beloved employee leave for a new opportunity, but at other times, it’s a relief to part ways with a team member who simply isn’t working out. No matter the reason for an employee’s separation, it can be draining for managers, HR and the departing individual’s team – […]
Paying for Performance: The 1 Strategy That Motivates Both High and Low Performers
It’s easy to identify a disengaged employee, right? Missing KPIs, absent-minded behavior, even apathy or outright hostility might indicate an employee who’s not engaged. While these are some common markers of trouble, you might not have any signs at all. A high-performing employee does not necessarily equal an engaged worker. Their ability to exceed expectations […]
Up-to-Date HR Tech: The Competitive Recruiting Advantage Companies Forget About
In today’s immensely tight labor market, it’s more impossible than ever to find a pool of eager candidates just ready and waiting to jump into your staff directory. Most of the candidates you would like to hire – even those actively applying to your job listings – already are employed. They might even be fielding […]
Paying for Performance: How to Reward Productivity and Elevate Engagement
Under a pay-for-performance system, employees get rewarded for the right reason: job excellence. Paying for performance removes the subjectivity from compensation by establishing structured ways to measure an individual’s: performance productivity results How? Instead of showing you, we’d like to tell you a story … Meet William Every company has a William. Ever the go-getter, […]
Paying for Performance: How to Avoid Salary Compression and Other Compensation Pitfalls
In 2015, Gravity Payments, a Seattle-based credit card processing firm, tried something unorthodox: Chief Dan Price set a new minimum salary of $70,000, even sacrificing some of his own to make it happen. It made national news. Résumés poured in. But this seemingly heroic gesture also had unexpected consequences: Two of Price’s most valued employees […]
Take Action Against Restaurant Employee Turnover: Here’s How
If you own, operate, lead or otherwise run a restaurant, you’re well aware of the operational challenges of employee turnover. But can you quantify just how much it costs your restaurant? For years, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported turnover in the accommodations and food service sector at roughly 72%. The average cost of […]
3 Ways HR Can Combat Low Engagement
Like Jim Halpert constantly pranking Dwight Schrute on TV’s popular show The Office, employees can push the limits when engagement is low. Though it’s been noted time and again, another mention can’t hurt: Gallup estimates disengaged employees cost U.S. companies up to $550 billion in productivity per year. But what can be done about the […]