For the first time in modern history, workplace demographics now span four generations. Download this white paper for best practices on how to better understand and effectively manage a multi-generational workforce.
Benefits, especially insurance benefits, are extremely important to employees and one of the main things they take into consideration when they make employment decisions. Many employers that offer insurance generally offer a combination of health, dental, and vision insurance. Sometimes dental and vision insurance are offered separately from health insurance, or they may all be rolled into one plan.
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: May 31, 2018
Why care about ergonomics? To start, every year, nearly 300,000 employees miss work due to musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). While there are no federal standards for ergonomics, OSHA has covered ergonomics in the workplace under the General Duty Clause, which requires employers to provide a work environment free from recognized hazards.
This paper covers the 7 essential hotline features to look for in a solution, the 4 best practices for creating and maintaining an effective hotline, and the HR potential of the traditional hotline to organizations that maintain locations, agents, or contractors outside the country.
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Sep 25, 2013
Employee training is often seen as a luxury, especially if the workforce is being streamlined to cut costs. But a lack of investment in employee training in order to save costs can have the opposite effect. A well-trained workforce can improve business productivity and efficiency, drive innovation and development and vastly alter a customer’s perception of the business. We’ve identified the seven deadly skills that every modern employee should have in their skill set. This
paper highlights those general soft skills that are vitally important for the prosperous, innovative and efficient business.
Small and medium businesses (SMB) are the backbone of America, generating annual revenues that can reach $8.1 million [based on SMB’s with less than 100 employees]. These SMBs employ up to 99.7 percent of all employees in America, and 39 percent of these employees fill high tech jobs. SMBs have advantages over larger organizations when recruiting top talent to help drive their small enterprise. This white paper will further examine the essential components and justifications that CEOs, hiring managers and business owners alike should consider when developing and deploying their hiring strategy and processes.
Published By: HireRight
Published Date: Mar 20, 2013
Is your current outplacement service ineffective in helping transitioned employees find a job and too costly to offer to everyone? A cost-effective outplacement program that leverages intelligent social networking and other capabilities is the answer.
Millennials (a.k.a. Generation Y), defined as people born anywhere from 1980 to 1999, have access to technology, communications, and publishing that simply wasn’t available decades ago. As a result, they have demands for career and lifestyle that are often different than older generations.
To find out what it takes to draw in this highly sought-after community, we asked recruiters and anyone hiring young talent what they believe are the “must-adopt” recruiting techniques for hiring Millennials.
As the federal workforce nears retirement age, it is crucial for the government to hire members of the millennial generation, particularly in the mission-critical fields of science, technology, engineering and math where there is stiff competition with the private sector.
These results are a must-read for government officials who want to stay up-to-date with developing trends in recruiting.
The multigenerational workforce, compliance requirements, and new technologies are the top trends affecting human capital management today. This white paper explores the need for HR leaders to develop new strategies for managing the increasingly diverse workforce, and the role workforce management technology and HCM tools will play in its success.
Every organization strives for a workforce that is engaged, inspired, and motivated to perform at its best day in and day out. But what is the reality?
According to Gallup, only 13 percent of all employees worldwide today are engaged in their jobs — an alarming statistic given the importance of the workforce in fueling growth and meeting other key enterprise goals. Employees are typically an organization’s most vital (and expensive) asset, and when they are disengaged and/or disenfranchised, the ripple effects across the business can impact your profitability and branding.
In fact, each employee generation — and each individual — has unique needs and expectations regarding work. So how do you engage and inspire them? It requires a creative and differentiated approach that accounts for the unique characteristics and requirements of each generation.
Fortunately, new human capital management (HCM) technologies are available today that can help you optimize employee engagement across a
Published By: Paychex
Published Date: Dec 14, 2016
The EEOC expects the expanded date from the EEO-1 Report to improve its investigations into pay discrimination based on gender, race and ethnicity.
On Sep. 29, 2016, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a revised EEO-1 Report—also called the EEO-1 Survey—that includes the requirements to collect summary pay data from certain employers.
The EEOC expects the expanded data from EEO-1 Report to improve its investigations into pay discrimination based on gender, race and ethnicity.
So, what does this mean for your business? Let’s find out…download our free report today!
Published By: PayScale
Published Date: Apr 11, 2016
We now have Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y, and coming soon Generation Z all potentially in the workforce at the same time. Each generation has defining characteristics, demographics and priorities.
How do you determine how to compensate, motivate and reward this increasingly segmented population?
This PayScale whitepaper has the answers:
- Defining the generations
- Connections to the skills gap
- Generational priorities for compensation
- Offering the right compensation mix
- Generational needs for communication
- Where to start
See how SuccessFactors enables more than a solution for your talent management requirements. It means joining a talent management community, generating new ideas and potent strategies. It's a cost-effective, constantly-improving investment.
Millennials (those born between 1980 and 2000, also known as Gen Y) are driven to succeed by different factors than their predecessors. This is forcing managers to adapt--but rather than a cause for alarm, this workplace demographic shift is best viewed as an opportunity to capitalize on the strengths and priorities of these younger employees.
The prospect of dramatically altering your company's management strategy to accomodate a new generation might seem daunting. However, by keeping a few key priciples in mind, your managers can lead their millennial employees without missing a beat. The changes to the makeup of the future workforce are inevitable, but with these simple steps your business can thrive in this new climate.
By analyzing and reporting on the full range of human capital management (HCM) data, business intelligence (BI) uncovers the insights executives need for smarter staffing, planning, and budgeting decisions.
With the right metrics, HR can not only deliver additional value, savings, and increased productivity to the business, but also can more clearly articulate to the CEO and executive team the vital role HR plays in business success.
There are countless ways to measure workforce intelligence, but just tracking soft measurements such as "improvements" isn't enough. In order to get the attention of senior management while positively impacting business results, HR must challenge the way it uses workforce intelligence. To provide more meaningful analytics that help drive business success, HR should rely on metrics that focus on business goals, establish revenue impact, and anticipate future trends in the workforce.
This e-guide will allow you to explore some of the most valuable reports and tools that HR professionals can turn to when delivering data to executives. Additionally, uncover tips for more effectively utilizing your workforce data to make fact-based decisions about human capital investments as they relate to business and financial objectives.
Forward-thinking HR teams have quickly realized the way to elevate HR's strategic capabilities and their business to its maximum potential is to go beyond the adoption of reporting applications and recognize the importance of building a sophisticated, cohesive business intelligence infrastructure.
Used to its greatest advantage, this type of comprehensive business intelligence--easily accessed and delivered rapidly--can prove to be a major differentiator for your business, one that can also transform HR managers to HCM strategists. This paper will show you how.
It’s a fact: when companies employ newer talent management tools, they see reduced hiring times and higher retention rates. But what features, tool, and apps should you look for when shopping for a next-gen talent management system?
Download How to Conquer Your First Talent Management Purchase and learn:
• The fundamentals of talent management software (and why you need it!)
• How to make the talent management business case to key business units
• What to look for in a talent management software provider
• Why a "unified" system drives tangible workforce growth
Check out this brief on how to conquer your first talent management purchase today!
Published By: TalentWise
Published Date: Jan 20, 2014
Your hiring process directly impacts your retention rate. Did you know 22% of employees leave an organization within the first 45 days?
Your hiring process is an employee's first exposure to your corporate culture. Get it right. There is no second chance to make a first impression.
Download our whitepaper to learn more about improving retention right from the start, including:
• the costs of employee turnover
• generational changes in the workforce
• dichotomy of recruiting vs hiring
• the importance of the first day
Download this how-to guide to determining the best workforce management solutions to ease compliance with the Affordable Care Act. Learn how easy it is to track, automate, and analyze data from across your organization and generate:
• Accurate data about average hours worked
• Automated notification to employees of benefit eligibility change
• Real-time analysis of schedules, time records, and benefits
• Generating reports to evidence ACA compliance efforts
Published By: Sage HRMS
Published Date: Jan 15, 2015
Social media is making a huge impact on the way we use the Internet, communicate with friends and family, network with business colleagues, gather information, and make decisions. Years ago, it seemed uncertain whether social media might be a passing fad driven mostly by the younger generations.
Published By: Paychex
Published Date: Oct 28, 2015
Businesses pay government agencies millions of dollars each year in labor and tax compliance penalties. And, in this economy agencies are more vigilant than ever about enforcing regulations. To help avoid fines, it can pay to be aware of common payroll pitfalls.