Workers are getting older, sleepier, and increasingly worried about their finances while they rely on mindfulness and emerging technology to help them achieve their desired health. This is the state of wellness according to the 2017 Humana Wellness Trends Report.
The move to “digital” systems is a priority across virtually every organization. Most departments have been through some form of this disruption, including HR teams, where paper-only files have given way to workforce management, talent management, and other solutions in the cloud.
Conducting a self-audit (also known as an internal audit) is a key task for human resources (HR) professionals. It’s a great way to help to ensure that the organization remains legally compliant, and it can help to avoid or at least reduce penalties when external auditors pay the company a visit.
As part of the Dodd-Frank Act, public companies will soon be subject to CEO pay ratio disclosure requirements. Starting with reporting for any fiscal year that begins on or after January 1, 2017, these organizations will have to disclose not only the CEO annual total compensation, but also the total annual compensation of the median […]
by Emily Liddle, HR strategy and transformation lead, North America, Presence of IT
Rolling out new systems and software was traditionally IT’s job. Moving to the cloud changes all of that. The cloud is disruptive and fundamentally changes the relationship between IT, HR, and finance and administration. Suddenly, the new system is HR’s responsibility. It’s new territory, and one full of pitfalls.
Complimentary Webinar Sponsored By Halogen Software Unlocking happiness at work: Strategies to fuel purpose and performance Date: Tuesday, February 07, 2017 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (This program has been approved for 1.0 HRCI & SHRM recertification credit hours) In today’s rapidly changing world, it’s more difficult than ever to keep employees engaged and, […]
The future of work is bright according to ManpowerGroup’s new report “The Skills Revolution”, which consists of a survey of 18,000 employers across all sectors in 43 countries. One in five employers (19%) expect technological disruption to increase jobs as they adapt to the future of work, and six in 10 employers (64%) expect to […]
On December 16, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued the Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters final rule and the final Annual Letter to Issuers for 2018. The primary focus of the notice—risk stabilization—complements recent announcements that are meant to improve the risk pool, including actions to address third-party payments of premiums and improve program integrity for […]
Employee turnover is extremely expensive, costing up to 1.5 to 2 times an employee’s salary, and those numbers are rising. Finding and training a replacement can be an arduous process. In an effort to recruit and retain employees, companies do everything from offer free, chef-cooked lunches to employees to regular retreats in fun locations—particularly in industries where the demand for talent is acute.
by Eduard Goodman, chief privacy officer for IDT911 When it comes to cybersecurity, two factors are coming together in a worrying way. One lurks in the results of a survey, conducted by the Association of Corporate Counsel, that shows employee error is the leading cause of data breaches. The other was revealed in research carried […]