Are you struggling with new hire turnover in your organization? Recent studies have revealed that turnover costs the U.S. economy 536 billion dollars per year: that’s 15,000 dollars per employee on average.
Candid conversations are part of the territory for HR professionals and managers. Stepping up and having a difficult conversation is no fun, easy task: it can be uncomfortable and stressful. But if we choose to not say anything, the issue is unlikely to get better and potentially can get even worse.
A recent study by HR.Com showed increased focus on the replacement of HRIS, Payroll and/or Performance Management systems. The intent to overhaul points to three specific trends:
A few weeks ago, I asked the question, “What’s your favorite type of conference swag?” A huge thanks for sharing your thoughts! I must say that I’m a bit surprised at the results. Here they are:
I sat down with Jenn Lim, a speaker in the Change Makers Series. I chatted with Jenn about her work creating the Zappos Culture Book and co-founding Delivering Happiness with Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh.
Some tips and stories from #SHRM19Blogger Paula Harvey.
“With the right people, culture, and values, you can accomplish great things.” – Tricia Griffith, American Businesswoman
Loyalty. It's an important word in business. There’s a lot of talk about increasing customer loyalty. Businesses know that keeping a customer is much more important and less expensive than gaining them. Reducing customer churn is vital for growth in a competitive world.
“I’ll take FLSA for $1,000, Alex.”