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1. 3 Insurance Questions to Ask Before Hiring Employees
As with most major milestones, it also presents new challenges. “When bringing in employees, you start to change the risk profile of the business,” says Scott Harris, Assistant Vice President, Product Development at The Hartford, an insurance provider that specializes in small business insurance.
Origional Story Date :10/9/2019
News | HR - Entrepreneur
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Inbound | Screening
2. ‘Just Text Me:' The New Way to Conduct Job Interviews
We live in a technological world, and it seems as if we now communicate more through our electronic devices than we do in person. Yet, one interpersonal mechanism necessary for securing a job has remained largely sacrosanct — interviews.
Origional Story Date :10/11/2019
News | HR - Workforce Management
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Inbound | Interview
3. Signs It's Time for You to Step Down as a Leader
We all make mistakes. Even the most admired and successful leaders have made disastrous leadership mistakes. It’s actually one of the best ways to learn, grow and become more effective. At the same time, not everyone is cut out to be in such a dominant position.
Origional Story Date :10/11/2019
News | HR - Entrepreneur
Human Resources | Operations | Management | Leadership
4. Are You Part of the Cybersecurity Solution … Or Part of the Problem?
About 10 years ago a light bulb went off for me that, as an HR professional, I had a crucial impact on the organization's cybersecurity posture. I was talking with a colleague in information security, and one of the main themes across our discussion was people.
Origional Story Date :10/9/2019
News | HR - Workforce Management
Human Resources | News
5. 5 reasons firms are switching to biometric time clocks - should you?
Biometric time clock systems are gaining popularity with businesses all over the world. This type of time clock system has the potential to save time and money and make it simpler to track hourly employees.
Origional Story Date :10/14/2019
News | HR - HR Morning
Human Resources | Operations | Time Tracking
6. Thinking of Allowing More Remote Work? Here's Why You Should Do It
A hot topic among company executives has been remote work. Should employees be allowed to work from home or other places around the globe? If so, how frequently? How will they log hours, and how will their output be measured?
Origional Story Date :10/4/2019
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Organization & Structure | Remote Workforce
7. Labor Department’s Proposed Rulemaking Increasing Salary-Level Test
If reading this article gives you flashbacks to a chaotic time in 2016, do not despair for you are not alone. Human resources professionals may remember the painstaking work they took to bring their companies into compliance with proposed Department of Labor regulations relating to doubling the salary-level test for employees to be exempt from overtime premium pay, only for a court to moot that work when it barred the DOL from enforcing the regulations.
Origional Story Date :10/8/2019
News | HR - Workforce Management
Human Resources | Organization & Structure | Legal & foundation
8. 11 Affordable Employee-Morale Boosters
You cant manufacture anemployees positive morale. What you can do is influence components of their daily work environment.Leaders hold the cards to creating a culture in which every individuals positive contributionsare recognized and rewarded.Galluphas consistently reported that engaged and motivatedemployees are committed, love their rolesand care about what happens to the company they work for.When people feel valued, trust is fostered.
Origional Story Date :10/1/2019
News | HR - Entrepreneur
Human Resources | News
9. Artificial Intelligence Falls Flat
Human resources leaders have an idea that artificial intelligence and machine learning tools are going to transform the way they use their HR management systems. They are right, in theory.
Origional Story Date :10/1/2019
News | HR - Workforce Management
Human Resources | News
10. Execs say hiring takes too long as competition for talent intensifies
According to a recent study, 97% of executives expect to see increased competition for talent over the next 12 months. That's the view shared by thousands of business executives who responded to business consultant Mercer's 2019 Global Talent Trends Study.
Origional Story Date :10/5/2019
News | HR - HR Morning
Human Resources | News