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401k

401(k) Expenses Lower in 2016 Due to Demand for Passive Funds, Price Wars

Remaining informed and aware of investing trends is one of the many duties that come with being an employer plan sponsor or serving on a plan’s investment committee. As average fund fees continue their slide from investors seeking lower-cost funds and price wars among some providers, it’s useful to understand what’s behind this trend. At […]

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Dave Ulrich: Teaching HR the Language of the C-Suite

BLR’s popular podcast, HR Works, recently featured an interview with Dave Ulrich, the man some call the “father of modern HR.” He and his colleagues have a new book out that can help HR leaders in a practical and research-based way. The book is Victory through Organization, Why the War for Talent is failing Your […]

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Communication

Only 16% of Workers Say HR Communications Make Them Feel ‘Connected and Engaged’

EmployeeChannel, Inc., a provider of mobile apps for employee engagement and communication, has released the findings of a new study exploring communication requirements of nondesktop, remote, and office workers. Despite their different work environments, all three segments share a common view of the importance, frequency, and channels of communication. They also share remarkably similar expectations […]

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technology

Research Reveals HR Leaders Are Shaping Digital Disruption

To enable organizations to thrive in a competitive digital marketplace, Oracle and the MIT Technology Review—an independent media company founded at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1899—has released a new study that highlights the importance of collaboration between finance and human resources (HR) teams with a unified cloud.

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Dave Ulrich: How to Impact the C-Suite, Victory Through Organization

BLR’s popular podcast, HR Works, recently featured an interview with Dave Ulrich, the man some call the “father of modern HR.” He and his colleagues have a new book out that can help HR leaders in a practical and research-based way. The book is Victory through Organization, Why the War for Talent is failing Your […]

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employee

Your ‘Worker Experience’ May Be Impacting Your Bottom Line

A new study examines global worker and customer experiences across industries. The Worker Shapes The Customers’ Experience study—released by Appirio, a global services company that helps customers create next-generation worker and customer experiences—shows that while executives say they understand the importance of worker experience and its impact on customer experience (and thereby customer loyalty and […]

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stress

Vacation Time: Majority of Employees Are Burnt Out at Work, Some Are Highly Stressed or Both

Employee burnout is becoming all too common these days. According to a new CareerBuilder survey, three in five workers (61%) say they are burned out in their current job, and 31% report high or extremely high levels of stress at work, yet a third of all workers (33%) have not taken or do not plan […]

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