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More than ever, Artificial Intelligence (AI), big data and predictive analytics are fundamentally changing the world of work. And new tech-driven innovations — like using voice commands to trade shifts or requesting earnings instantly between pay periods — are set to change the game altogether. With so many technological developments transforming everything we do, what does it all mean for HR departments?
There’s an approach to making business better that many managers fail to take: paying attention to the lives of their employees.
Not just their employees; but what’s actually happening in their lives, what they value most, what struggles they’re facing, and what big stressors they deal with outside of work.
The key to enabling innovation and high performance in teams is not finding the perfect mix of personalities and capabilities or implementing the ultimate process. It requires a foundation of psychological safety: The belief, shared by team members, that they are safe to take risks, make mistakes, and express themselves openly without jeopardizing their feelings, jobs, reputations, or positions. It also doesn't cost a thing.
Technology and the promise it has for HR teams is exciting, but it’s something that requires due diligence in selecting the right system and then seeing the project all the way through proper onboarding for it to pay off.
Attracting and retaining top talent is a game of finders, keepers. First, you need to find the talent. Then you need to keep them. This is especially important in today’s competitive landscape, because your competition is coming after your best employees. Not to mention, your employees have more choices where to go.
Imagine where your business would be if you could improve your retention rate by 82%.
Turnover is costing your business up to 213% of every lost employee’s salary.
And we’re not even counting all the indirect and hidden baggage ...Read more
Take a moment to think about your employee onboarding process. If 1 is "Horrible" and 10 is "Awesome With Sparkles", how would you rate it?
Odds are, like most organizations, you're somewhere in-between. Perhaps even ...Read more
Cut through the noise and find the best onboarding software for you
The right software will transform onboarding from a tedious process into an engaging experience. But choose the wrong solution, and months of work will go down the drain, ...Read more
Bring the Innovation Sprint method back to your office with our simple worksheet template.Read more
Open enrollment season is right around the corner—do you have a strategy in place to make this the best OE yet?
Planning open enrollment isn’t just about encouraging employees to simply log-in and make benefit elections—it’s about so much more! Educating and engaging with employees before, during and after open enrollment is critical to success.
To accelerate the hiring process, organizations need to develop clear performance criteria and articulate critical factors of new hire success. However, some organizations may be going nowhere fast because they don’t understand what success ...Read more
Just one year and one month since the Dynamex decision rocked the pillars of California’s worker classification regime, it’s come to this: On May 29, 2019, the California legislature overwhelmingly passed Assembly Bill 5 (AB5). That ...Read more
Understanding HR and Engagement Leaders’ Challenges and Opportunities
How can organizations understand the gaps in employee expectations, anticipate the most pressing issues, and adopt the processes and technology that make it scalable? ...Read more
A recent employee engagement survey by Achievers asked 1,224 employees from the U.S., Canada, UK, and Australia if they plan on looking for new jobs in 2019. The results were jarring: only 21% of North American employees are very engaged, yet ...Read more
You’ve probably seen this year’s research from Gallup: Only 1 in 3 employees are engaged at work. The other two-thirds? Not engaged or — worse yet — actively disengaged, causing painful issues for morale and ...Read more
Managers repeatedly send the outdated, same old surveys to their teams, but don’t receive the actionable data they need to fix problems and create positive change. The surveys don’t allow problems among their workers to be identified, much less give leader the ability to fix them.
Because there are few organizations can boast bench strength, HCI partnered with Cornerstone to learn the best ways to support current and future leaders with the right leadership development programs. We found that High-Performing Organizations ...Read more
When Brad arrived at Castlight, a leading health navigation platform provider, there was no company-wide learning and development function. Training programs were developed and managed by the individual business units. Brad led a team that ...Read more
Workday has grown at a rapid pace since the company’s inception. Though this growth was indicative of the company’s success, it had an unintended side effect. Workday faced the same challenge experienced by nearly every high growth ...Read more
During times of fast growth and change, one of the most common challenges for companies is attracting and retaining talent. Employee development is key, but organizations are often challenged with how to scale talent programs that support the ...Read more