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April 11, 2014

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This week in HR

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This week in HR

Reinventing HR, downsizing HR and big data analytics for HR have all been hot topics this week. Read on to learn more. HR downsizing seen as potentially dangerous trend Employee Benefits News: “According to Boro, the short-term benefits achieved from HR outsourcing can stifle business operation and management, as well as block real person connections. [...]

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March 4, 2014

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Understanding the different services that staffing firms offer

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Understanding the different services that staffing firms offer

How much do you know about the services staffing firms typically offer?

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February 12, 2014

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Light-duty work can bring heavy questions for employers, employees

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Light-duty work can bring heavy questions for employers, employees

Whether an organization offers light-duty work as a way to reduce workers’ compensation costs or as a way to keep injured employees productive, chances are you (as an employer or as an employee) have questions about its implementation.

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February 4, 2014

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What’s this job really worth?

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What’s this job really worth?

When you begin the hiring process for an existing role or a new one, you’ll need to carefully consider the compensation your company will offer.

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January 23, 2014

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What do you wish non-HR people knew about your job?

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What do you wish non-HR people knew about your job?

Many employees only initiate a visit to HR if they have questions about benefits or want to gripe about their boss. Many people would rather schedule dental surgery than spend time with the HR team.

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January 13, 2014

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If weather keeps employees from work, must they be paid?

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If weather keeps employees from work, must they be paid?

Winter is here, and already there have been major winter storms and a nationwide deep freeze (aka the “polar vortex”). Snow, ice and/or subzero temperatures have forced companies to close their offices and stores, and have prevented employees from getting to workplaces that remain open.

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September 27, 2013

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5 for Friday: Managing Remote Workers Edition

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5 for Friday: Managing Remote Workers Edition

With more and more companies adopting work-from-anywhere policies, HR practitioners need to develop new skills to manage and engage employees in a variety of locations. Whether your company just started letting employees work offsite or has had a dispersed workforce for years now, there’s always more to learn. This week’s 5 for Friday is full [...]

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April 20, 2012

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Monster 5 for Friday: Performance Review Edition

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Monster 5 for Friday: Performance Review Edition

The breadth of communications options is similar to the workplace communication landscape. The structure of performance reviews, types and frequency of management communication with employees, as well as accessibility for employees to give feedback to their superiors.

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April 6, 2012

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Monster 5 for Friday: Gen Y in the Workforce

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Monster 5 for Friday: Gen Y in the Workforce

Companies can work to avoid the high cost of turnover by keeping Gen Y’s attention through training and employee development programs. We’ve rounded up the top five articles with tips, examples of successful programs, and interesting data on employee growth programs.

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