Tips For Managing A Multi-Generational Workforce

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With many people born in the 1940s still working full-time, the workplace contains more generations than ever before. For employers, a multi-generational workforce presents a unique challenge in the form of different needs and expectations. Baby Boomers likely have one eye on retirement and are more prone to age-related health issues. Millennials, on the other Read more »

Smarter Hiring To Speed Up And Improve Business

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Hiring good people is a major factor in maintaining a prosperous company. But to be able to hire the right type of people, you must have an efficient hiring process. In recent years, the average time to staff an open position has risen from just a handful of days to almost a full month. If Read more »

What Career Coaching Should Your Provide to Your Employees?

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Employees say they feel more engaged when their employer supports their professional growth and supplies ways to reach individual career goals, all while fulfilling the company’s mission. A career development path gives staff members a system to strengthen their skills and increase their knowledge, both of which make them more effective at their job and Read more »

What HR Items Should You Clean Up at the Beginning of a New Year?

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As the 2018 starts, people just about everywhere are making resolutions to better themselves. While personal resolutions might include eating better, getting in some regular exercise or spending more time with loved ones, professional resolutions often include being more efficient at work, improving the various processes they use that may have become outdated or inefficient. Read more »

5 Ways To Retain Your Company’s Internal Talent

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Turnover rate at a company is largely driven by how engaged its workforce is, research shows. Therefore, employers that do not want to lose their top performers need to take steps to actively engage them. Tried-and-true techniques for engaging employees include being responsive to employees, transparency, giving work meaning, employee recognition and supporting career growth. Read more »

Compliance Training That Your Team Needs Regularly

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Regardless of what sector your company belongs to, corporate compliance must be a crucial part of its operations. At its most basic, corporate compliance is a system designed to ensure staff members follow all laws, regulations, standards and ethical norms that pertain to an organization. Good corporate compliance addresses both internal policies and external laws Read more »

4 Ways To Streamline Your HR Tasks So You Can Play A More Strategic Role in the Company

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For years, business and human resources experts have increasingly talked about the need for HR to become more engaged in the overall corporate strategy. In order for that to happen, an HR department needs to streamline operations and lessen its administrative burden.  For example, research has revealed that it can take three months or more Read more »

What Legislation is Affecting Benefits For Your Employees?

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Within the past year or so, there have been several dramatic developments in labor and employment laws employers must be aware of, despite their size, throughout the United States. Companies need to gain a full understanding of these employment-related developments, which will probably have noteworthy impacts in the coming months. Overtime pay Employers need to Read more »

Leadership Basics That Will Help You Manage Your Workforce Better

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Whether you’re a middle manager of the head of an entire business, leadership is a daily challenge. As a leader in your company, your success squarely affects the success of those you manage, as well as the company as a whole. Good leadership habits can propel others forward; however, the wrong ones can bring everybody Read more »

How Do You Manage Your Workforce During A Merger?

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Approximately 70 percent of all corporate mergers are unsuccessful, according to research from the consultancy Bain & Company. While mergers can fail for many reasons, cultural clashes at merged businesses appear to play a noteworthy role. A 2009 survey found 92 percent of respondents saying their merged business would have benefitted from a better cultural Read more »