Tag: HR

5 Benefits to Include in Your Employment Package

It’s no longer news that companies worldwide continue to grapple with unprecedented labor shortages. Under such challenging economic conditions, it might seem wise to reduce or eliminate employee benefits as a cost-saving measure. However, that’s merely a short-term “fix” that will lead to a long-term talent shortage as top candidates seek employment elsewhere. Unfortunately, the […]

The Power and Possibilities of Personalized Learning

Educators and other learning and development (L&D) professionals have long known that every individual learns differently. Some learners prefer learning on their own, while others are more suited to a classroom setting. Some are visual learners, while others are auditory learners, and some thrive on group work, while others benefit more from individual study. Given […]

5 Total Rewards Predictions for 2023

As the calendar opens to 2023, employees and employers alike have their minds set on budgeting and goals for a new year. The past few years have shown us that recruitment and retention in an increasingly remote world require vastly different strategies than in times past. The state of the economy and new regulations around […]

3 Principles of a Human-First Approach to Hiring Talent

Technology continues to transform the HR space, but companies must not lose sight of the human element of hiring and recruiting. Hiring managers must step back to mold processes, tools, and culture around candidate needs. After all, the current number of job openings in the United States exceeds 11 million. And with more open positions […]

Compensation Trends to Watch in 2023

It’s a complicated time for HR professionals when it comes to employee compensation and retention strategies. On the one hand, the labor market remains tight, despite some high-profile tech layoffs, and inflation is contributing to expectations for record salary increases heading into 2023. On the other hand, lingering recession fears have caused many employers to […]

Driving Diversity as a Committed Advisor to Leaders Around the Globe

We’ve written dozens of profiles on chief diversity officers (CDOs) and those in similar diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) leadership roles and gained some great insights into how these leaders have helped transform their organizations and the varied paths their careers have taken. For this installment, we’re not featuring another CDO but rather someone who’s […]

The Annual Performance Review Is Dead

It’s time to ditch the annual performance review and replace it with something better. With the typical review process, most employees get clarity on their performance just 1 or 2 days per year—if they’re lucky. And so many employees in the workforce dread the experience, which typically begins with a required self-assessment of performance, entering […]

Want to Solve Quiet Quitting? Focus on Employee Engagement

If you’ve been wondering whether the “quiet quitting” phenomenon is still occurring, wonder no more. According to a new Gallup poll, at least half of the U.S. workforce is currently quiet quitting. Yes, you read that correctly: half, as in 50%, probably more. Quiet quitting is still very much, as young folks might say, “a […]

The Biggest Employee Retention Challenges Employers Face in 2023

A dynamic and volatile global environment has created tremendous challenges for organizations looking to not only keep their heads above water but also outperform and outcompete their competitors. In the modern global economy, it’s people who drive the success of the best companies, which means organizations are constantly striving to recruit and retain top talent. […]

Tips for Overcoming Meeting Anxiety

The pandemic is in our rearview mirror, but videoconferences are here to stay. Those with meeting anxiety are equally terrified of being both noticed and unnoticed, and having meetings online amplifies this stress. As an executive at a fully remote virtual assistance company, I coach my team to overcome meeting jitters regularly. Your shortness of […]