Yesterday’s Advisor outlined five big dangers of big data; today, more potential pitfalls of this information resource, including problems with distribution, stratification, and more.
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Big data is being touted as the great new source of actionable information for HR pros. However, while big data analysis can produce some fascinating results, beware—big data can be accompanied by big dangers.
Yesterday’s Advisor presented several popular types of base pay programs from Cassandra Faurote and Karl Ahlrichs; today, they reveal the 10 common mistakes that employers make when determining how to pay their workers.
In 2015, you need to be sure that you’re paying your high performers the right way. Good comp plans are the key to attracting and retaining talent, but which options might work for you? Experts Cassandra Faurote and Karl Ahlrichs, SPHR, are here to help with some ideas.
In yesterday’s Advisor, Attorney Usama Kahf showcased new recordkeeping requirements for 2015; today, he reveals more changes that may have an effect on your business.
Recordkeeping is the key to compliance and legal defense—and there have already been some changes to the requirements in 2015, particularly for safety and paid sick leave. Don’t get caught unprepared! In today’s Advisor, Attorney Usama Kahf provides the info you need to keep the right records in the New Year.
Yesterday’s Advisor featured 10 tips for successful telecommunicating; today, the legal issues that challenge companies with telecommuters, again from attorneys Deanna Brinkerhoff and Cathleen Yonahara.
Yahoo and Best Buy famously eliminated or curbed telecommuting; meanwhile, other companies are embracing it. (Cisco reported it improved employee retention and saved $277 Million by allowing employees to telecommute.) In today’s Advisor, attorneys Deanna Brinkerhoff and Cathleen Yonahara offer ten practical tips for your telecommuting program.
Do you have managers who say to their employees, “You should be Happy To Have a Job”? That mindset isn’t going to do it, says Consultant Ron Katz. With that attitude, your best people are out looking.