Tag: HR

Talent Recruitment Trends in 2022

Recruitment is a process that has changed drastically over the past couple of decades. We’ve gone from job listings printed and pinned to bulletin boards to specifically designed AI skimming through hundreds of resumes, a second searching for critical attributes by using recruitment trends on Lensa’s blog and other sources. The search for qualified candidates […]

Fostering Employee Belonging with Three DEI Programs

Forget creating cool vibes with trendy office furniture and ping-pong tables. Forget the happy hours of yesteryear or scheduling an ice cream social. While these perks are fun and offer a respite from day-to-day tasks, today’s workplace (whether virtual or in-person) demands much deeper engagement. Employees hold the upper hand for the first time in […]

How Do You Address ‘Quiet Quitting’ As a Manager?

Quiet quitting – the ‘trend’ of doing the bare minimum to meet the requirements of your job description and nothing more – has become an acknowledged phenomenon of 2022. Although the act is not something new, it has become more widespread than previously suspected. A June 2022 Gallup survey of workers aged 18 and older, […]

The Growing Role of HR in Cybersecurity

Cybercrime is an increasing concern in our digitally-reliant world. For businesses, any breach can cause significant disruption to productivity and safety. Indeed, one recent report found that each cyberattack costs businesses $200,000 on average. While bigger corporations may be able to weather this, small companies almost certainly can’t. As such, all companies need to commit […]

Faces of HR: How One HR Pro is Shifting the Narrative of HR One Day at a Time

As Chief People Officer at LiveRamp – a leading data enablement platform for the safe and effective use of data – Sharawn Tipton oversees the global people and culture strategy in support of the SaaS company’s continued growth. She’s also responsible for global talent acquisition, diversity, inclusion and belonging, workplace experience, business partners, talent enablement, […]

Eyecare at Work: The Eyes are the Windows to Employees’ Health

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics stated that more than 20,000 work-related ocular injuries occur annually. Technology has taken over our modern professional lives in a way that has not happened before. Indeed, we lead a digitally powered lifestyle as we juggle screen time between work and home. Now, more than ever, eye care has […]

How Employers Can Get Flexible Working Policies Right

As the third anniversary of the pandemic approaches, it’s hard to overstate how profoundly the outbreak and its aftermath affected the way we work. Analyses of how businesses have evolved over the past few years tend to focus on digital transformation, which makes sense because the pandemic greatly accelerated a preexisting trend toward digitalization across […]

3 Reasons Companies Should Donate to Youth Mental Health this Holiday Season

Children and teens across the country continue to struggle with mental illness. Experts agree that we are in the midst of a youth mental health crisis. In many ways, the COVID-19 pandemic had a severe impact on kids’ and teens’ mental health, and they are reaching a breaking point. Being stuck at home during lockdowns, […]

Frontline Workers Are Still Quitting En Masse—Here Are the Reasons Why

During the COVID-19 pandemic, desk-bound workers switched to remote work, continuing their work lives despite the global crisis unfolding around them. Whether or not they were happy, how long they could work from home and when they would have to go back to the office became topics of general interest to the public and conversation […]

Employee Satisfaction Is the Key to Improving Productivity

The “Great Resignation” is far from over. In fact, it appears to be heating up. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the percentage of unemployed Americans who voluntarily left their jobs and immediately began looking for new ones increased to 15.9% last month. This is the highest share of “job leavers” in more than […]