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HR Works Presents: Today’s Top 5 HR Buzzwords Part 8

Are you up to date on HR’s latest lingo? HR Work Break again takes a look into trending phrases in the HR space. Check out this infographic to learn more! Buzzwords Part 8 by HCI BU

HR Query: CHRO Insights on HR Automation and Employee Retention

Recent research shows that HR professionals spend nearly 8 hours a week on routine, administrative tasks. With the proliferation of AI, barriers to automation are falling rapidly, and HR leaders need to take advantage of automation tools that enhance efficiency and save precious time and resources. While automation can streamline HR operations, it can also […]

New Data Explores the Continuing Evolution of Hybrid Work

Since the pandemic, the standard work environment has evolved significantly, with a growing number of employees seeking flexible work arrangements. Some prefer fully remote work, while others favor a mix of in-office and remote work, commonly known as the hybrid work model. Benefits of Hybrid Work Hybrid work offers numerous benefits, including better work-life balance, […]

Ask the Expert: How Can Employers Hold Employees Liable for Property Damage?

Question: We provide laptop computers to all our personnel. Many employees damage them during employment or return them with damage upon leaving employment. What are our options for recouping from employees the costs of repairing or replacing the damaged employer-owned materials? Answer: Basically, the company’s two main options for recuperating losses for damage to company […]

Faces of HR: How Connie Ross Fosters Belonging at 84.51°

As a seasoned media buyer for more than 16 years, Connie Ross’ passion for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) led her down a path of purpose. A pivotal moment in 2020 ignited a desire to create opportunities for underrepresented voices and ensure everyone has a seat at the table. Her media background may seem […]


Rethinking Workplace Mental Health: Navigating the Pandemic’s Impact

In the blur of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers around the world scrambled to implement mental health solutions and strategies to support their workforce. But as things have (mostly) returned to normal, a critical question has surfaced: Have these efforts made a meaningful impact? The rise of therapy within the U.S. accompanied by the continued fall […]

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HR Works Podcast: Parents Are Returning to Work…How Can We Help Them Stay?

Guest: Sadie Funk and Sara Redington from The Best Place for Working Parents What family-friendly policies matter most to working parents in 2023? As recent workforce studies have shown parents making a return to the workplace, with participation totals for parents with children under 18 now climbing back to pre-pandemic levels, how can companies build […]

HR Query: Staying Compliant with PUMP and PWFA

Two new laws strengthen protections for pregnant and nursing employees in the workplace: the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) and the Providing Urgent Maternal Protections for Nursing Mothers Act (PUMP). In this week’s HR Query, we’re highlighting what you need to know to make sure organizations stay compliant. The PWFA took effect June 27, 2023, […]

Why Employee Wellbeing Should Be Your Top Priority in 2023

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health and employee wellbeing has been top of mind for everyone – and rightfully so. In today’s challenging and uncertain times, the mental health and wellbeing of employees has never been more important. According to a recent survey by the American Psychological Association, burnout and stress are at all-time highs, […]

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HR Works Presents: Today’s Top 5 HR Buzzwords Part 8

Are you up to date on HR’s latest lingo? HR Work Break again takes a look into trending phrases in the HR space. Check out this infographic to learn more! Buzzwords Part 8 by HCI BU

HR Works Podcast: How to Eat an Elephant One Bite at a Time

We all dread tough conversations at work. But what if they held the key to a thriving, inclusive workplace? Listen in as Hannah Yardley, Chief People and Culture Officer at Achievers, dives deep into the importance of fostering open dialogue, even when it gets messy. Discover how HR leaders can cultivate psychological safety and create […]

HR Work Break: ICYM The Civil Rights Act Turns 60

Tuesday July 2 was the 60th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The act prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. And, in the HR world, this legislation stops discrimination on the basis of sex, as well as, race in hiring, promoting, and firing. […]



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