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Every business is different so it is difficult to simply plug policies into a handbook template. Instead, you are best served by investing time and resources to developing a well-written, purposeful, and detailed employee handbook tailored specifically to your business.
Human Resource departments have a big role in creating and maintaining safety procedures and standards by assisting management in ensuring employees are trained in and appropriately following organizational safety procedures. Here are 8 workplace safety guidelines to help your HR department better promote workplace safety practices.
The future simply came too fast for HR. As new technology is increasingly introduced in the workplace, HR faces an existential moment—it’s time for HR departments to stand up and fight to keep the Human in HR. But that doesn't mean HR should resist technology adoption.
Reviewing your employee handbook on an annual basis will ensure your policies are up-to-date regarding both employment regulations and your company culture. Failing to review and potentially update your handbook could result in far more harm to your business than you think.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a new version of the electronic, fillable Form I-9 for all employers to use starting May 1, 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a serious toll on everyone, and expecting the stress to just blow over may place your employees and business in harm’s way again.Now is the time for leaders to act. Getting the response right might define your career—and serve as your organization’s defining moment. Here are a few steps to take right now to post-pandemic-proof your business.
Neglecting to consider an open-door policy may severely hurt your company culture, leading to poor productivity levels and low employee morale. Implementing such a policy strengthens relationships and promotes better teamwork, which will lead to a happier and more successful team dynamic.
The first days, weeks, and months are crucial to the success of your new employees, making your onboarding strategy extremely important. Creating an effective onboarding process starts with knowing the most common mistakes and how to avoid them.
Terminating an employee is a difficult decision to make, but sometimes it’s the best decision for the company. Consider utilizing these suggestions to cover your bases and put yourself at low risk for any backlash.
In the last few years, McKinsey, Corporate Executive Board, PwC and others have concluded that HR still has "far to go" until it reaches the status of a true business enabler.
Whether temporary furloughs due to COVID-19, other related employment separation, or even re-hiring boomerang employees, how do you effectively bring your employees back-on-board?
While things may not be slowing down at work, especially if you’re working in Human Resources, we want to not only bring you a little extra cheer but also make some of your to-do list items a little easier with the 12 Days of HR.
It’s no secret the challenges HR professionals face are constantly evolving. Throw in a global pandemic and those challenges rise to a whole new level – now HR professionals are having to solve problems they never dreamed possible.
5 Trends in Employee Benefits for 2021 Open Enrollment
Employees want to be thought of as people with individual needs, not cogs in the machine. You’ll gain productivity and boost engagement by offering a safe and healthy workplace and putting yourself in employees’ shoes. Adapt your approach to hiring to address these factors, and your recruiting job is likely to get a little easier.
Although it often dominates the dinner table, compensation is more than just a dinnertime topic – it’s one of the most personal aspects of employment for every employee, at every level. So as an employer, you want to make sure the conversation is a good one.
Employees must be treated with appreciation and respect in order to retain them. It’s more cost-effective to work on creating a better work environment and opportunities for your existing workforce than it is to recruit and train their replacements.
We won’t pretend to know much about what’s going to happen or how to withstand the upcoming challenges, but we can help you put yourself in the best position to face the new year head on.