Category: Strategic HR

Employee feedback, compliance, government forms, leave policies, recruiting: the list of tasks that an HR professional have to perform is nearly endless. Just as important as any one task is how professionals put them all together into a united front. Welcome to the Strategic HR topic.

Wellness is the Best Gift You Can Give Workers This Season

The period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is full of joy and celebration. But from stress and germs to distraction and overindulgence, it’s also fraught with hazards that can leave your employees ill, injured, or dispirited. Although the “official” holiday season lasts just weeks, the dark, chilly months present significant safety, health, and wellness challenges. […]

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Company Brand, Reputation Keys to Attracting Top Talent

One in four jobseekers consider company reputation a driving factor when making career decisions, says a ManpowerGroup Solutions insights paper, “If You Build It, They Will Come: The New Role of Employer Brand.” The findings also suggest that employers should implement new strategies to better engage talent with the company’s mission. The paper is based […]

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Millennials

Best Practices: Burns & McDonnell Earns High Rankings from Millennial Employees for Rewards, Culture, Challenges

Burns & McDonnell earned the number 14 spot on Fortune’s inaugural ‘100 Best Workplaces for Millennials’ list, earning a 96% ranking or above for great challenges, atmosphere, rewards, pride, communication, and bosses. The rankings were the result of a survey of nearly 90,000 Millennials by Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine. The survey shows […]

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technology

Disruptive HR Technology-related Trends Highlight Innovation

Imagine software that runs on your phone, delivers on-the-job skills training via video, and integrates with a learning management system that shows a manager how well you have mastered new skills. This is just one example of the innovations emerging to help employees improve their productivity at work, according to new observations from Josh Bersin, […]

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