High employee churn rates are a major pain point for many HR professionals as businesses and workplaces enter into a big season of change. High churn rates were already a concern due to financial implications (replacement costs typically range from one-half to two times an employee’s annual salary) and their known detrimental effects on operational […]
It’s hard to talk HR at all today without talking HR Technology. From your ATS to your HRIS we’ve got all of your tech acronyms covered in this category.
You may not immediately think of virtual reality (VR) as something to assist Human Resources (HR) professionals. VR first came into the mainstream primarily as an entertainment technology that brings people into immersive worlds for gameplay and fun. As you’ll soon see, it has impressive potential in the HR sector.
In recent years, the front-facing camera has become the iconic symbol of social media and the global “selfie culture.” In the new world of social distancing and remote work, that same cultural icon has rapidly transformed into the cornerstone and foundation for the new world of remote work.
Everybody is using Zoom and other remote meeting apps these days as employees, managers, customers, clients, and others are dispersed across multiple locations—some still in the workplace and some not. But while these apps have definitely offered some benefit and opportunity to make connections during the pandemic, Zoom fatigue is certainly setting in.
In today’s disruptive and challenging business environment, the role of manager has rarely been so important. Increasingly, success and stability depend on the decision-makers for each line of business—from finance to operations and HR—being able to analyze the data at their disposal. Crucially, managers then need to collaborate and pull together to respond as one […]
Remote work has become the “new normal” for many during the past few months, with some organizations going so far as to make the switch to remote work permanent. No matter how permanent virtual workplaces are, employees and leaders must adapt.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced machinery have long stirred fears among workers that new technology could render them obsolete.
It feels like a lifetime ago, but it’s only been a few months since employers were battling it out for top talent in a historically tight job market.
Zoomers, otherwise known as Generation Z—are in their 20s and just starting to enter the workforce—might be at the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to workplace decision-making. However, recent data suggest that this generation may have a disproportionate influence when it comes to technology.
The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic forced many companies to close their offices and direct their employees to work from home. As businesses slowly reopen, many employers will continue to sustain flexible, remote options for their full workforce, while others will offer a dual structure allowing for limited on-site staff.