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How to Win Over Generation Z Employees

How to Win Over Generation Z Employees

By Ted Kitterman The latest generation of employees to mystify well-meaning managers, Generation Z (born between 1997 and 2012) is steadily increasing its influence in the workplace as more and more young people join the labor force. These outspoken newcomers are at...

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How to Manage Rewards and Compensation

How to Manage Rewards and Compensation

By FutureSense  A business is only as strong as its employees. When they grow dissatisfied and aren’t delivering their best work (or are leaving to join other companies), the organization starts to falter and will soon find itself running on borrowed time. By...

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Going Beyond the Employee Engagement Survey

Going Beyond the Employee Engagement Survey

By Juan Betancourt  Every day, companies roll out employee engagement surveys and find themselves with some interesting insights. And every day, most of them don’t know how to use those insights to truly improve performance and the employee experience. Clearly, change...

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Vacation Policy Guide for HR

Vacation Policy Guide for HR

By Jessica Miller-Merrell Every employee needs a vacation now and then, whether it’s a two-week trip to the Bahamas or a single day off for mental health. It’s incredibly important for organizations to have a consistent vacation policy spelled out in their handbooks...

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Is It Time to Improve Your Job Postings?

Is It Time to Improve Your Job Postings?

By Linda Brenner Whether a candidate applies for a role because they are actively drawn to a particular organization, because they stumble upon an open positive via a general search on Indeed, or because a sourcer found and wooed them, the job posting is almost always...

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Rethinking a Cherished Tradition

Rethinking a Cherished Tradition

by James Moul As 2022 draws to a close, many organizations are preparing to hold end-of-year or holiday parties for their staff. These gatherings can be great opportunities for companies to show their appreciation for their employees’ hard work, for staff to connect...

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The Patiently Intense Leader

The Patiently Intense Leader

By Brian Formato Taking a close look at executives across various industries, geographies, and company sizes provides insights into the commonalities and differences in style and approach that work best in different settings. The best leaders know their own...

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Reconsidering 3 Widespread HR Practices

Reconsidering 3 Widespread HR Practices

By Kevin Eikenberry Many traditions that arose in the past to fulfill specific functions still have relevance today. But often, a tradition’s original purpose has been lost—or is no longer being served—and “we’ve always done it that way” becomes the reason why it...

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How to Make DEI Programs More Effective

How to Make DEI Programs More Effective

By Strategic HR Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs that create a culture of inclusivity are key to attracting top talent, retaining employees, and developing an engaged and highly productive workforce and have had a significant presence in the workplace...

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The Role of HR in a Recession

The Role of HR in a Recession

By FutureSense The prospect of a recession has many businesses and their employees worried. During an extended economic decline, sales drop, jobs disappear, and productivity decreases. Companies have less revenue to invest, and their customers have less money to...

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