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1. How to Handle an Employee Raise Request in a Tight Labor Market
Over the past few years, almost every developed economy has seen unemployment rates tumble to near-historic lows, and that’s creating no shortage of challenges for businesses trying to attract and retain the talent they need to thrive. For that reason, there has been plenty of discussion surrounding the recruitment part of that equation, and just as much around retention strategies to stop talent loss.
Origional Story Date :6/7/2019
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Inbound | Salary Negotiation
2. Job burnout is a real syndrome: So how do you prevent it?
Last week the World Health Organization announced an update to their definition of burnout. It will be called a "syndrome" in the newest version of its handbook, International Classifications of Diseases-11, which will come out in 2022.
Origional Story Date :6/5/2019
News | HR - Business Management Daily
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Well-Being
3. Workers are looking – and leaving – for career development
Prospective employees see career development as among the most important reasons to sign with —and stay with — with your organization. And, while you may think you are offering top-notch learning and development programs, they don't think you are doing such a great job.
Origional Story Date :6/11/2019
News | HR - HR Morning
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Retention
4. Before You Can Effectively Lead, You Need to Manage Your Own Schedule First!
I keep hearing leaders say they’re struggling to manage their organizations through change. They’ve had trouble getting their organization to adopt agile. They’re finding it challenging to find the right talent. They’re struggling to establish the right level of transparency. These are symptoms of the people in the organization not managing their time effectively.
Origional Story Date :6/7/2019
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Management | Leadership
5. Lack of Employer Brand is a Barrier for HR Departments and Affects ROI
When it comes to employer branding and Human Resources (HR) recruitment advertising, many companies are struggling to hire and retain top talent without an effective brand awareness. A new state-of-the-industry report, “The State of Employer Branding and Recruitment Advertising 2019: Build the best possible employer brand and get the most out of recruitment advertising campaigns,” from the HR Research Institute reveals that most organizations still lack a well-known employer brand.
Origional Story Date :6/12/2019
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Human Resources | News
6. 7 Tips for Engaging Employee Training Videos
Trying to create an engaging training experience can seem like an uphill battle. Your audience has already seen dozens of training videos—most of them dry—and expects more of the same. But if you want viewers to retain the knowledge you’re sharing with them, you need to engage them. It may take a little extra planning, but here are a few tips on how to create training videos that your employees might actually look forward to.
Origional Story Date :6/3/2019
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Training
7. -Payer Health Care - Workforce
Not surprisingly the future of the United States heath care system is already a huge topic of debate for next year's presidential election. Many of the 2020 Democratic nominees for president are supporting a single-payer or Medicare for All solution.
Origional Story Date :5/31/2019
News | HR - Workforce Management
Human Resources | Insurance
8. How to Determine When It's Time To Fire Someone
Here is three critical discoveries I’ve gained from working with thousands of managers across North America for the past 20 years. And they are that well-meaning entrepreneurs and owners are hanging on to certain employees way too long.
Origional Story Date :5/29/2019
HowTo | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Outbound | Firing
9. Labor Board General Counsel's Review of Employer Work Rules a Mixed Bag | Jackson Lewis
The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) General Counsel (GC) has issued an Advice Memorandum on whether unfair labor practice charges alleging four employer rules violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) have merit. In a Memorandum released on March 14, 2019, the GC concluded that the employer’s dress-code, confidential-information, and media-relations rules were lawful, but its cell-phone rule was unlawful.
Origional Story Date :5/20/2019
News | HR - Jacklewis
Human Resources | Legal | Laws & Regulations | National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
10. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Corporate Compliance Programs - What the Government is Looking For | Baker Donelson
The U.S. Justice Department has updated its "Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs," a guidance document detailing topics and questions prosecutors should weigh when determining whether a company has demonstrated sufficient commitment to compliance that it can receive credit in a corporate settlement. This guidance, issued April 30, 2019, provides clarifications to earlier guidance on the Justice Department's expectations for compliance programs when determining whether to bring charges and negotiating plea or other agreements.
Origional Story Date :5/22/2019
News | HR - Baker Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, and Berkowitz, PC
Human Resources | Operations | Compliance