ServiceNow recently released the results of a new report, Today’s State of Work: At the Breaking Point, revealing that a majority of organizations have introduced advanced automation in their workplace, and nearly half of executives surveyed say that they’ll require it more broadly by 2018 to cope with rising work volumes. The survey indicated that adding machines to […]
HR increasingly has a seat at the innovation table. What does this look like and how is HR creating the best teams of the future? A new report, commissioned by Upwork and conducted by an independent research firm, surveyed more than 200 HR managers. The data is a specific cut of results from HR respondents […]
The role of administrative professionals is changing in organizations nationwide. To attract and retain top administrative and clerical talent today, HR decision makers must understand how the role is evolving, the benefits administrative professionals value, and competitor’s plans for 2017. Job seekers have an opportunity to diversify their skills, expand their knowledge and benefit from […]
EPISODE 33 Traditionally, workplace diversity dealt with race and ethnicity, and then gender—but now the term seems to encompass just about everything from generational differences to political ideologies to gender identity. We wanted an expert’s perspective on what diversity “looks like” in 2017 and its role in organizational success. In this episode of HR Works: […]
A global study of nearly 14,000 job seekers shows a shift in the balance of power from employer to candidate—today’s job seekers have more information than ever about a company and a position at early stages of the job search process. This is according to new research from ManpowerGroup Solutions, a RPO provider, part of […]
Balancing work, life, and health is not an easy task. Often, 24 hours doesn’t seem like enough time to do everything that needs to get done each day. While we cannot add hours to the day, we can use those hours more efficiently. Communications@Syracuse, the online masters in communication from Syracuse University, compiled information on […]
Employee benefits are a great way to attract and retain talent, but if you aren’t offering what employees want, you risk losing them to the competition. A recent Paychex survey looked to uncover how employees value certain workplace perks and what they are willing to give up to get what they want.
Asking for a raise can be a struggle for some employees. It incites fear and anxiety, and let’s face it, no one likes rejection. However, there comes a time and a place when your employees are bound to start requesting a bump in pay for all their hard work. But do these requests pay off?
In this episode of HR Works: The Podcast for Human Resources, we’re joined by Karen Whalen, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, of data management firm First Data, an organization that recently experienced a successful cultural transformation. Karen addresses what prompted the cultural transformation, what goals were set, communication strategy and metrics used to help gauge success. She also talks about First Data’s particularly increased support for LGBT workers as part of the organization’s cultural changes.
EPISODE 31 To get some hard data on today’s recruiting landscape and provide fresh insights on emerging trends in the U.S. labor market, we’ve sought the insights of talent acquisition expert Josh Wright, Chief Economist at iCIMS. In this episode of HR Works, Josh provides an overview of the current state of the job market; […]