Today’s workforce, composed of four generations of employees, is potentially more diverse in age than ever before. Because of this, employee needs are evolving, and many organizations are finding that a one-size-fits-all approach to employee benefits no longer works.
Category: HR Management
There are dozens of details to take care of in the day-to-day operation of your department and your company. We give you case studies, news updates, best practices and training tips that keep your organization fully in compliance with ever-changing employment law, and you fully aware of emerging HR trends.
When we ask employers and HR professionals “What part of your job keeps you up at night?” one of the most common responses is “my company’s immigration matters.” This concern was evident in Littler’s 2018 Employer Survey in which 1,111 in-house counsel, HR professionals, and C-suite executives provided feedback on the top issues impacting their workplaces. […]
The HR Daily Advisor recently sat down with Erick Mott, Head of Communications of Reflektive at #Shrm2018 in Chicago. We discussed the future of the performance review in light of new research done at the behest of Reflektive.
The HR Daily Advisor is excited to be at #SHRM2018 in Chicago attending the session “This Year’s Top Five Priorities for an HR Department of One” given by Jennifer Currence of OnCore Management Solutions. Today’s topic, as you may have guessed, addresses those many organizations across the country with a singular HR manager.
Over my three decades in human resources (HR), I’ve gathered a pretty good library on the subject. In its titles, I can see the evolution of the field during that time—an evolution that I can also see in the titles I and other HR professionals have held over the years.
In yesterday’s Advisor we began to explore ways of dealing with opioids in the workplace. Today we have five more tips.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, on the job deaths from drug- or alcohol-related causes have grown 25% annually since 2012. That’s a serious concern. Even worse, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says that 116 people died every day in 2016 from an opioid overdose, and over 2 million people had an […]
More and more employers are exploring unconscious bias and what they can do to manage the damage caused by biases people may not even realize they harbor. Most of the attention has focused on unconscious bias’s effect on hiring and how it causes uncomfortable interactions between coworkers and the public. But biased attitudes also can […]
Recent research from Paychex shows that employees want to be empowered. Workers expect their employer to provide them with a high level of employee self-service. This includes things like allowing them to independently complete various HR related tasks.
Nearly every workplace will have to deal with disruptive, difficult, and frustrating employees. Unfortunately, these types of employees can cause a lot of harm—even if they’re not actively causing injuries (though this is also possible).