Originally posted by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) on April 13, 2018. Written by Stephen Miller, CEBS. Employers no longer consider voluntary benefits as simply add-ons but rather as “a way to address a host of employee needs, offer choice and allow employees to
Article originally posted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) on March 21, 2018. Written by Allen Smith, J.D. March Madness office pools for the National Collegiate Athletic Association College Basketball tournaments can be a great way to build camaraderie, but HR may have to
Article originally posted by Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) on March 8, 2018. Written by Kathy Gurchiek. Company leaders can close the gender gap in pay and advancement opportunities by adopting certain cultural practices, a new global report finds. Accenture released its findings in time
Article originally posted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) on Feb. 13, 2018. Written by Allen Smith, J.D. Flu has hit the workforce hard this winter. This is the first flu season of the past 15 that all states in the continental United States have
This article, titled “Use Winter Olympics to Light Up Employee Engagement,” was originally posted on SHRM-Society for Human Resource Management on Feb. 9, 2018. Written by Kathy Gurchiek. An Olympic “torch relay,” bob-chair “sledding” and synchronized office-chair swiveling? There is no snow or ice in
In the world of staffing, the term ‘leadership qualities’ is used often and holds a variety of definitions. The qualities of a good leader are many – confidence, integrity, passion, innovation, transparency, etc – and they are all sought after by organizations looking to fill positions.
For many, the idea of working from home is a sought after opportunity. Flexible hours, no commute, and the ultimate casual dress code attract many to telecommuting positions. Studies are finding, though, that working from home can actually be harmful to one’s health if not approached