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Healthy, Wealthy and Wise
Large employers report a collective desire to expand financial well-being programs in 2016, according to a new report. How can HR help both the company and its workforce get the most bang for its buck?
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The Quality-of-Hire Quandary
LinkedIn research finds talent-acquisition managers saying quality of hire is still the best gauge of the recruiting function's performance. Relatively few companies, however, report being satisfied with how they measure this important metric.
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Creating a Just Culture
While the topic of justice is a divisive issue these days, when it comes to the top factors American workers value most in a just company, there appears to be more consensus than division, according to new research.
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The High Cost of Caustic Workers
A new Harvard Business School paper attempts to put a price on the cost of keeping toxic employees in organizations. Spoiler alert: It's steep.
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A Look Ahead
Experts say upcoming decisions from the Supreme Court and the National Labor Relations Board are just a few of the issues HR leaders need to be focused on in the coming 12 months.
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A New Approach to Diversity
Recent protests on college campuses have focused attention on micro-aggressions, a subtler form of discrimination. A number of employers are already taking steps to address the issue.
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Top Stories of 2015
From new rules to the not-so-new question of how to keep your talent from walking out the door, HR leaders had a full plate of issues to deal with this past year. Below is a compilation of our 10 most-viewed news analyses from 2015.
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Can Employee Training Lead to Higher Profits?
Does intensive internal training of employees lead to higher profits? In knowledge-based industries where the main asset is skilled professionals such as software engineers, the answer is yes, according to a research paper.
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Reimagining the Manager Role
New research finds only a third of surveyed workers expressing interest in managerial roles within their organization. Experts say HR needs to better understand the preferences and driving forces of different generations in their workforce in order to make the role a more appealing one.
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Creating Connections with People Analytics
Deploying HR analytics can help managers and HR leaders effectively gauge the sentiment of their staff, better determine flight risks and enable them to address workforce issues before they become detrimental to a business' bottom line.
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Getting Strategic on Mobility Programs
An executive survey on internal mobility finds nearly one-third of workers keep their in-house job searches a secret from their bosses. What role can HR play in facilitating open discussions about the organization's internal-mobility programs?
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Data vs. Discretion in Hiring
When it comes to relying on either hiring managers' judgement or pre-hiring assessments in making hiring decisions, new research gives a slight edge to the assessments. But experts say nothing can replace a collaborative relationship between recruiters and hiring managers.
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Is the Holiday Party Over?
Despite a drop in the number of employers that will host a holiday party for their workers this year, experts say HR needs to find innovative -- and safe -- ways for organizations to express gratitude to its workers.
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Decoding Disability Discrimination
New research uncovers biases against disabled applicants in the hiring process, while experts say HR needs to play a frontline role in helping recruiters and managers overcome any stigma associated with disabilities.
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Are You Losing at Leadership Development?
Recent research finds organizations are investing time and money in leadership development, but aren't getting the desired results. Why aren't more companies producing quality leaders, and what can HR do about it?
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Building Stress Resistance
With the holiday season upon us, experts suggest mindfulness and "resiliency" training can help employees better manage the attendant stress.
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Coping with Cancer
An increasing number of cancer patients are choosing to remain in the workplace. It's incumbent upon HR to ensure they have everything they need to remain productive during this difficult time.
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A Missed Opportunity?
Some companies view their onboarding programs as a way to build strong and lasting relationships with new hires. But surveys suggest that most organizations struggle with the basics.
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A "fundamental attribution error" often leads HR leaders to assume that poor performers are just bad apples, because it is difficult to consider that circumstances might be contributing to their subpar performances.
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