With all the advances in technology, companies are running out of excuses not to have the tools and processes in place to help employees do their work more efficiently. Yet, when it comes to change, many companies drag their feet. This is especially true in the HR field.
With the economy back in full swing, employers are encountering more difficulty keeping quality employees on board, which is especially problematic given that it takes longer (and costs more) to replace employees today. Thankfully, there are a lot of actions that employers can take to proactively reduce turnover. One such option is to focus on […]
Conducted in August 2015, the Employee File Management Survey, sponsored by People Doc, sought to learn how HR professionals today are handling their workforce’s important documents. For starters, what are their common practices, and how do they relate to best practices in the field?
Does your organization utilize a human resources information system (HRIS)?
In yesterday’s Advisor, we shared some of the results of our nationwide survey on HR metrics. Today, more of our findings, including measures of turnover, compensation, and training.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we shared tips on presenting HR metrics to the C-suite from guest columnist and business consultant Bridget Miller. Today, Miller elaborates on specific metrics that may be of interest to your executive team.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we looked at trends in technology and Human Resources Information Systems (HRISs) for HR. Today, for guidance on what to look for in HRISs, we again turn to BLR’s recently published HR Playbook: HR’s Game Plan for the Future.
No secret, technologies are having a tremendous impact on HR. For some guidance on this trend, we turned to BLR’s recently-published HR Playbook: HR’s Game Plan for the Future.
Yesterday’s Advisor looked at trends in technology and HRIS for HR. Today, for guidance on what to look for, we again turn to BLR’s recently-published HR Playbook: HR’s Gameplan for the Future.