Transforming Onboarding with Automation
By Cesar Fernandez
Beyond being a time saver, having automatic workflows in place enables HR executives to focus less on the logistical mechanics of onboarding and more on the actual person.
The Culture Manager
By Cheryl Kerrigan
If a killer corporate culture is the secret sauce for success, then the culture manager is the means to spread it.
The New Exit Interview
By Christian Hicks
In the age of electronic record-keeping, a forensic review of an outgoing employee's computer is increasingly necessary.
Hired Today, Gone Tomorrow
By Kristen B. Frasch
Experts confirm and bemoan survey findings showing millennials and recent college graduates are likely to leave first jobs within one year.
Taking the Cue
By David Shadovitz
New research suggests that simple signals of collaboration can motivate workers, even in situations where people are working alone.
By Mark McGraw
A recent study finds companies are finding success in using retention agreements during the transition period of a merger and acquisition, but then struggle to keep critical employees after the agreements expire. Experts say retention agreements should just be one part of a meatier retention plan.
A Godsend or a Headache?
By Andrew R. McIlvaine
It's an established fact that a majority of Americans do not use all of their allotted vacation time each year, but could unlimited time-off policies actually discourage employees from taking vacation?