A holistic benefits plan is at the top of the wish list for today’s employees—here’s how to create one that stands out. By Marta Chmielowicz. In today’s mobile and ultra-connected world, the line between personal and professional lives is often blurred. The days of a traditional nine-to-five job are long gone.
The difference between “good” and “great” could not possibly be larger when it comes to talent. Truly elite performers—the top 5-10% in any given domain—can deliver 10x or more the results of an average employee, and can change the destinies of entire organizations.
It’s not always intentional, it’s hard to detect, and it requires diligence and oversight to eliminate, but time theft is among the largest hidden costs to any business. By definition, it happens any time employees misrepresent the actual amount of time they’ve worked and been paid for , intentionally or otherwise. Time & Attendance Features
One of the biggest trends in employment is finding ways to make work easier. In this hot job market employees are quitting their jobs in record numbers, and studies show that the voluntary turnover rate is now over 15%. This means almost one in six people are leaving their jobs voluntarily to look for another.
When it comes to leaves of absence, employers and HR professionals face a confusing process. There are a lot of questions to answer. One of the first is whether the leave is statutory — required by law — or discretionary. If you’re dealing with statutory leave in particular, there are even more questions to come!
According to the Harvard Business Review , fifty percent of the US workforce reports chronic exhaustion. A million people miss work every day due to stress. The result is a significant percentage of the workforce is at risk of burnout. SEE ALSO: The Ultimate Guide to One-on-Ones. What is burnout?
One of the four shifts for the Future of HR. Posted by Arthur Mazor , Kraig Eaton , and Joanne Stephane on February 15, 2019. Three futures are happening now simultaneously: Future of Enterprise, Future of Workforce, and Future of How Work Gets Done, causing a new Future of HR to emerge.
How would you define your company culture? What are the elements, traits, and pillars that describe a typical day for your employees—whether they work at headquarters, a regional office, or from home, maybe thousands of miles away?
Technology is a big part of our personal and professional lives. And I don’t anticipate that changing anytime in the near future. But with technology comes risk and the need for cybersecurity. We need to be responsible technology users. TechCrunch recently published five “how-to” guides focused on covering cybersecurity basics.
Download the PDF version of the Infographic. Define Your Role as a Coach. Create a safe environment. Help them define and verbalize their answer, direction and actions. Listen to What is Said. Be curious. Seek to understand. Here is what I heard you say…”. “So So it sounds like you are… or want to…”. Observe What is Heard and Seen.