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1. 7 Ways AI Reduces Mobile Fraud Just in Time For the Holidays
On average, there are 82 new rogue applications submitted per day to any given AppExchange or application platform, all designed to defraud consumers. Mobile and digital commerce are cybercriminals’ favorite attack surfaces because they are succeeding with a broad base of strategies for defrauding people and businesses.
Origional Story Date :12/6/2019
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Artificial Intelligence
2. Letter from a disgruntled ex-employee? How to respond
When you terminate an employee and they leave quietly without incident, you may think that’ll be the end of it. But “vent letters,” messages in which ex-employees air all their grievances, are becoming increasingly common — and it’s important to know how to respond.
Origional Story Date :12/12/2019
News | HR - HR Morning
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Outbound | Disgruntled Workers
3. Top 6 Workplace Culture Trends of 2019
The culture of the workplace is continually evolving. While larger, more established organizations may be slower to make changes, they are increasingly responding to changing employee needs in an effort to promote better engagement and retention. As 2019 winds to a close, it’s worth taking a look back at some of the biggest trends that have impacted the workplace over the last year.
Origional Story Date :12/6/2019
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Culture
4. 9 Simple Techniques Any Leader Can Use to Show Employees Appreciation
Here is the harsh reality: Most employees do not feel appreciated or acknowledged, as suggested in a study by Gallup. In my work as a trainer and executive coach, the lament I hear most often is from employees who don’t feel their hard work is valued. As Margaret Cousins once said: “Appreciation can make a day, even change a life. Your willingness to put it into words is all that is necessary.”
Origional Story Date :12/8/2019
News | HR - Entrepreneur
Human Resources | Operations | Management | Leadership
5. When You Tell a Job Candidate, ‘You're Probably Not Going to Like This Job'
When hiring is brisk, it’s easy to rush the process and end up with mismatched employees. So it’s important to know what motivates them — not just how they behave, but why they do what they do. With today’s labor market, finding the best match for performance and retention pays for itself in retention alone.
Origional Story Date :12/9/2019
News | HR - Workforce Management
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Inbound | Recruiting
6. Office Christmas Decorations - Productivity Or Procrastination?
Christmas is arriving and companies across the country will be decorating their offices to create that festive atmosphere around the work place. Undoubtedly this raises morale in the office, but do office Christmas decorations really motivate employees and drive productivity in what can be a very distracting season?
Origional Story Date :12/5/2019
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Holidays
7. Why You Need to Learn to Adapt
It’s a simple truth: Nothing lasts forever. Times change, and business changes right along with it. If you want to be successful as an entrepreneur, you need to be able to adapt. If you can’t, you could be left in the dust. The ability to evolve professionally can keep you in the game and lead to further growth and success. Here are just a few of the career-shaping reasons why you need to learn to adapt.
Origional Story Date :12/2/2019
News | HR - Entrepreneur
Human Resources | Operations | Culture
8. Retention drives employee recognition ROI
Even as some surveys show that about 65% workers in North America say they aren’t actively looking for a new job, many of them also report they are not engaged at work. But that doesn’t mean you can relax with your employee retention efforts.
Origional Story Date :11/26/2019
News | HR - HR Morning
Human Resources | Operations | Personnel | Retention
9. 6 States Now Mandate Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
The #MeToo era has prompted an increasing number of states to mandate sexual harassment prevention training in the workplace. California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine and New York all have such laws in place. Here is a look at the laws in these states, noting which employers are covered, deadlines for completion and other nuances.
Origional Story Date :11/18/2019
News | HR - Workforce Management
Human Resources | Operations | Training
10. Why Unplugging from Technology Can Make You More Productive
Technology is an incredible phenomenon in that it has changed our lives so comprehensively. When you think about it, you may realize that “kids” who are currently coming of age (i.e., Gen Z and some Millennials) have never experienced a world without technology. Most have used or even owned mobile phones or other electronic devices before they learned to talk. And forget about ever talking them into unplugging from that technology.
Origional Story Date :11/19/2019
News | HR - Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Employee Wellness