HR ARTICLES & TIPS

Fall is the season of change and for many organizations, this is the time for evaluating existing processes and initiating necessary changes for the coming year. Organizational change could be anything from a reorg of your company, reduction in force, acquisitions, mergers, growth investments, etc. Because...

If you are like most HR professionals, you dread the fall open enrollment season. Although a headache for most, the open enrollment season is an opportunity for HR departments to personally engage with employees— in that of guiding them to make choices that will safeguard...

College is supposed to be a time for Students to prepare for a successful future but it turns out it is doing just the opposite. Rather than focusing on paving a path toward a stable financial future the amount a Student owes, come graduation, makes...

The thought of a shorter workweek may seem like the answer to our prayers. As employers, we are always looking for ways to attract top talent, increase productivity, and retain best-fit employees and a shorter workweek could be the solution to all three. Earlier this...

The fear of unemployment most often gets the best of you when you are looking for a job. When the average job opening attracts about 250 resumes and only 2% of those applicants are actually called for an interview, it almost seems impossible to get...

We know that competitive pay and good benefits factor into an employees decision to work for a company but it takes far more than a good paycheck to retain a quality employee. An employees desire and will to work is heavily influenced by the environment...

Keeping track of time is at the core of a workforce - and business. In order for a business to run like a well-oiled machine, you have to ensure all of the moving parts are running in a cohesive condition. Workforce management goes far beyond accounting...

Training programs are most often neglected and generally are not on a company's priority list, but truth be told implementing company training programs is vital to an organization and the ROI on an employee. The highest return on investment comes from employee retention and development...

Author: Hogan Injury The World Health Organization considers stress as the health epidemic of the 21st century. Chronic and high levels of stress can lead to heart diseases, high blood pressure, weakened immune functions, impaired cognitive performance, and problems in metabolism, among others. Nearly half of the...

When employees are the most important part of an organization best practices are key to staying on the path for success and in order to remain competitive and drive growth an organization must keep up with the changing organizational management practices. Talent management used to...