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1. Key steps before resorting to COVID-related layoffs
To fend off the looming economic crisis, organizations are naturally turning to staff cutbacks. But now is the time to consider avoiding COVID layoffs. The job outlook is dismal and the toll of weekly job losses just keeps climbing. When organizations need to restructure, the fundamentals boil down to reducing headcount, reducing pay, or a combination of the two.
Origional Story Date :9/3/2020
News | HR - HR Morning
Human Resources | Operations | Layoffs
2. How to Create an Employee Handbook
Launching a new company certainly keeps you busy. Not only do you have to build teams to help you with marketing, product creation, communications, sales and more, but you also have to train your employees and make sure their work and behavior is in line with your company vision.
Origional Story Date :9/13/2020
News | HR - Business News Daily
Human Resources | Organization & Structure
3. AI and Talent Acquisition: Helpful or a Hindrance?
In the past few years, the integration of artificial intelligence in the human resources space has improved HR practices by helping teams analyze, predict and diagnose issues and inform better decision making. AI has had the strongest influence in hiring and recruiting efforts: In fact, 96% of senior HR professionals believe AI has the potential to greatly enhance talent acquisition and retention in the coming years.
Origional Story Date :9/8/2020
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Inbound | Recruiting
4. 5 Unique Ways to Raise Employee Morale
Your employees are increasingly apathetic about their work. They're taking more breaks, procrastinating on key tasks, and complaining about even the smallest of requests. If this sounds like your team, you might have a morale problem in your office.
Origional Story Date :9/8/2020
News | HR - Business News Daily
Human Resources | Morale
5. How to Help Worried Colleagues Share Problems in a More Productive Way
Sometimes the very same things that keep employees up at night are seen by senior executives as being in the normal course, nothing to be agitated about. These leaders want to avoid having the same discussion with their employees for the millionth time. Here are a variety of road-tested suggestions that have been helpful for both leaders and employees.
Origional Story Date :8/27/2020
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Management | Leadership
6. Employee benefits: Save and gain with strategic approach
In these uncertain times, employees are feeling stressed and increasingly relying on benefits offerings when deciding where to work. That's why employers can no longer afford to treat employee benefits as an afterthought.
Origional Story Date :8/28/2020
News | HR - HR Morning
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Benefits
7. Regulated Blockchain: A New Dawn in Technological Advancement
There is no doubting the fact that there are massive potentials for blockchain technology to transform the world. This has been shown in every field of human endeavor.Blockchain technology has been deployed in the medical industry, engineering, and most importantly in the financial industry.
Origional Story Date :8/28/2020
News | HR - Entrepreneur
Information Technology | Security | Blockchain
8. 5 Ways to Strengthen Company Culture During COVID and Beyond
When you look at successful companies that propel profit and growth year after year, there are patterns that show up consistently: an intense focus on quality, extreme clarity around expectations and key processes and a constant quest to get better all the time.
Origional Story Date :9/3/2020
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Culture
9. A Guide to Payroll and How It Works
Payroll is an essential function of any business. As an employer, it's your job to make sure your workers are compensated. From tracking hours worked to paying your workers, your responsibilities can be overwhelming. That's where payroll systems come into play.
Origional Story Date :8/26/2020
News | HR - Business News Daily
Human Resources | Operations | Finance | Payroll
10. Employee development: Providing engaging feedback while working remotely
We have adapted to a new normal, moving our water cooler conversations to text chats and trading conference rooms for virtual meetings. As supervisors and remote employees alike adjusted to the changes, our organizations may have foregone traditional feedback of the annual review.
Origional Story Date :8/24/2020
News | HR - HR Morning
Human Resources | Operations | Culture