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January 30, 2014

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Do you pay employees for time spent renewing credentials?

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Do you pay employees for time spent renewing credentials?

As an employer, you should be aware that employees have to be paid for attending mandatory training programs.

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January 22, 2014

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How to sell your CEO on trying new tech

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How to sell your CEO on trying new tech

Can you imagine your workplace without the ability to make a conference call, log in to your accounting software, or edit documents in the blink of an eye? At some point each of these technologies was brand new and someone had to persuade a CEO to try it out.

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August 30, 2013

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5 for Friday: HR Technology Edition

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5 for Friday: HR Technology Edition

Tthe world of human resources is rapidly shifting with the emergence of new technologies and service-delivery systems, a recent survey by Towers Watson found. “There is much for HR leaders to look forward to in the next year: exploring new ideas in HR structure, taking a fresh look at processes and seizing opportunities to deploy sophisticated [...]

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December 20, 2012

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Inside HR: Julie Loubaton, on the Power of HR Technology

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[youtube kLMZLNJtOqc] With its constant improvements and advances, HR technology is the most exciting thing happening to the profession today, says senior staffing manager Julie Loubaton. “Things are just changing so rapidly, it’s really cool to me,” she told Monster at the Society for Human Resource Management’s 2012 conference in Atlanta. Recruiting technology is gaining [...]

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December 5, 2012

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Inside HR: Lance Haun on Emerging HR Technology Trends

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Lance Haun, editor-in-chief of SourceCon, said that one of the most important HR technology trends is how passively useful it’s becoming. It’s about “making that technology work the way it’s supposed to without it getting in the way,” he said. Companies are creating online HR portals that do their work nearly invisibly to the user [...]

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December 3, 2012

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In Case You Missed It

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In Case You Missed It

SmartBrief on Workforce is a daily e-newsletter for HR professionals, curating essential articles on finding the best talent, motivating top performers and increasing team productivity. Here are the top HR news stories as selected by SmartBrief on Workforce readers last week. Why don’t companies hire more military veterans? (Fistful of Talent) Dunkin’ looks for the sweet [...]

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October 3, 2012

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Monster’s SeeMore is Honored as HR Technology Top Product of the Year

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Some of the most innovative companies in the world will showcase their latest technologies to thousands of attendees at the 15th annual HR Technology Conference in Chicago next week. According to HR Tech co-chair Bill Kutik, of the 260 companies unveiling new products this year, a few will stand out as truly transforming the HR [...]

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April 13, 2012

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Monster 5 for Friday: Workplace Perks Edition

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Monster 5 for Friday: Workplace Perks Edition

One of primary reasons Americans forfeited two vacation days on average was their heavy workloads. Although companies reported that employees were 22% more profitable in 2011 than 2010, many employers are also realizing that less-stressed, rested and happy employees result in higher productivity and retention rates.

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January 13, 2012

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Monster 5 for Friday The 13th

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Monster 5 for Friday The 13th

While most of us aren’t suffering from triskaidekaphobia, there’s something about Friday the 13 that arouses just a little bit of fear, and we’re not talking about Jason Voorhees’ hockey mask. It’s just that superstitions are deep rooted in our collective consciousness, and while we know it’s silly, most of us probably avoid walking under ladders or cracking mirrors, since, as superstitions go, it’s probably better to be on the safe side. We know better, and yet, like saying “Bless You,” sometimes old habits are hard to break. No where is this more true than the world of work, where so many of us do what we do, again and again, simply because it’s what we’ve always done.

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