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How to Craft a Social Media Policy for Your Employees in 2024

March 22, 2024

Via: HR Hero

These days, a social media policy isn’t just an afterthought—it’s a must. The vast majority of your employees likely engage in some type of social media usage, whether they’re constantly sharing snippets of their days on TikTok, sharing interesting articles […]


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Managing artificial intelligence in the workplace

March 21, 2024

Via: HR Hero

The last several years have seen artificial intelligence (AI) become mainstream in the workplace. Today, HR professionals widely use AI tools for recruiting, onboarding, and administering leave and benefits. Managers use generative AI to assist with their administrative and supervisory […]


Workplace wellness

How to Nurture Workplace Wellbeing

March 21, 2024

Via: HR Hero

Every successful should pay attention to how productive their employees are, how low their retention rate is, and how much money their company is making. But are enough businesses focused on the wellbeing of their employees? On the one hand, […]


Editorial

What Will the Workplace Look Like in 2034?

March 21, 2024

Via: Mary Gamet

As AI becomes less of an occasional tool and more like a colleague, the needs and goals of organizations will need to be more integrated with information technology. Alongside AI uses, the importance of human sustainability is growing, making talent […]


Development & Evaluation, Employee retention

Redefining Work: Gen Z’s Quest for Meaning Beyond the 9-to-5

March 20, 2024

Via: HR Hero

Between the widespread adoption of remote and hybrid work policies and advances in telecommunications technology, many of us now live in an era where the boundaries between work and life are considerably blurred. The Gen Z Shift In the midst […]


Workplace wellness

How to Alleviate Burnout: A Look into the Healthcare Industry

March 20, 2024

Via: HR Hero

As burnout continues to weaken the workforce at hospitals across the country, CEOs must take action to create a sustainable environment for their employees. According to more than 20,000 physicians and more than 32,000 nurses surveyed for a KLAS Arch […]


Research

3 in 4 workers say they haven’t been trained for flexible work arrangements

March 19, 2024

Via: HR Dive

Most employers haven’t adapted their practices to support the shift to flexible work, with 3 out of 4 workers saying their employer hasn’t provided training to handle it, according to a March 19 report by TechSmith Corp., Global Workplace Analytics […]


Diversity & Inclusion

Unveiling the Future of Inclusion for HR Leaders

March 18, 2024

Via: HR Hero

Imagine a world where inclusivity isn’t just an HR buzzword, but the heartbeat of corporate success. This isn’t a utopian fantasy—it’s the vision sculpted by Parul Kapoor, Senior Vice President, Talent and Culture, at Calix, according to her interview with […]


Research

Child Labor Continues to Be a Significant Problem in 2024

March 15, 2024

Via: HR Hero

According to the Department of Labor (DOL), recent years have seen an enormous increase in the amount of child labor violations within the United States. For example, the DOL found child labor violations affecting 5,792 children in fiscal year (FY) […]


Communication, Development & Evaluation

5 Continuous Improvement Techniques to Refine Recruitment Communications

March 14, 2024

Via: HR Hero

Finding the best talent for your company is more than a simple review of resumes to identify the most fitting qualifications. Recruiters are an important component of generating interest in open job positions and finding the perfect addition to your […]


Workplace wellness

Mental Health Paradox of Frontline Workers

March 14, 2024

Via: HR Hero

Frontline workers, the backbone of essential services, face a mental health paradox that’s both concerning and under-addressed. A recent study by meQuilibrium (meQ) on over 1,183 U.S.-based workers, including both frontline and non-frontline employees, sheds light on this critical issue. […]


Development & Evaluation, Employee development

Lack of career development holds back women from leadership, survey says

March 13, 2024

Via: HR Dive

Although women leaders support a more inclusive company culture and work environment, they’re less likely to receive career development opportunities, such as mentorship, leadership training or key executive responsibilities, according to a March 6 report from DDI, a global leadership […]


Development & Evaluation, Engagement

Your Employees are Demotivated — And You Could Be Responsible. 6 Ways to Keep Your Team Energized and Engaged

March 12, 2024

Via: Entrepreneur

Many articles have been written on motivation. Although important, I also think it is important for business owners to be aware of demotivation. Business owners can demotivate their employees unintentionally. This article aims to make business owners aware of demotivation […]


Diversity & Inclusion

Fostering inclusion for women in the workplace

March 11, 2024

Via: HR Dive

Women have made significant gains in the workplace, notching a record high 77.8% labor force participation in mid-2023 after experiencing the highest rate of job losses early in the pandemic. Remote work has played a large factor in this success, […]


Communication, Development & Evaluation

Employee Morale Is More Than Pep Talks and High Fives — Here’s How You Can Really Capture the Power of Team Spirit.

March 8, 2024

Via: Entrepreneur

As the founder of a growing company, I’ve seen firsthand just how crucial team spirit is. In those early days of building our business, we faced all sorts of challenges. But one particular moment sticks out in my mind. We […]


Workplace wellness

How To Build A Workplace Wellbeing Program That Actually Works

March 7, 2024

Via: HR Hero

Wellbeing is having a moment. Mental health, resilience, and burnout alleviation are among today’s top healthcare HR focuses, according to sweeping research that professional services firm AON released in December, which pulses benefits trends across 160 U.S. health systems and […]


Research

Increasing use of skills assessments in hiring

March 6, 2024

Via: Personnel Today

HireVue’s global trends report for 2024, which is based on a survey of 6,000 hiring professionals including 900 in the UK and more than 2,300 job candidates, finds that organisations are putting more emphasis on candidates’ potential than their past […]


News

Firefighter wins harassment and discrimination case

March 6, 2024

Via: Personnel Today

The employment tribunal ruled in December 2023 that Sacha Acheson had been subject to direct sex discrimination, harassment on the grounds of sex, harassment on the grounds of sexual orientation, victimisation and unfair dismissal. The tribunal service has now published […]


Development & Evaluation, Engagement

3 Key Questions You Must Answer to Foster a Strong Organizational Culture

March 5, 2024

Via: HR Hero

Organizations often deploy various strategies like corporate retreats, training programs, and performance incentives to embed their company’s core values and create a strong organizational culture. Despite the effort and resources spent, many companies still grapple with weak or unevenly adopted […]


Development & Evaluation, Employee development

What’s the top priority for HR leaders in 2024?

March 4, 2024

Via: HRD America

HR leaders across the world have placed first the development of effective leaders as their top priority this 2024, according to a new report from The Hackett Group. The report, which garnered responses over 375 executives, found that 65% are […]