How to handle a toxic workplace

| July 3, 2019

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A toxic work environment involving a combination of bad management and negative attitudes can lead to employee depression, disengagement, and turnover, according to a new report and infographic from Resume.io. Not every employee who finds themselves in a workplace that is cliquey or gossipy, where there is a general lack of trust, or where ideas and good work are disregarded is able to quit their job. However, there are some steps employees can take to make their workplace more comfortable while working to improve the situation, Resume.io noted.

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What are HR Tech Buyers Researching?

Article | August 30, 2021

“HR Should be the digital transformation leader because, in reality ‘digitalization challenges’ are work culture challenges.” - Jane McConnell, Thought Leader Over a year or so, there has been massive transformation across HR technology. Today the business leaders have become significantly more digitalized to remain competitive. In addition, the pandemic has drastically changed the way companies have adapted pace to purchase and implement new technologies. The traditional way of office-based work was replaced with a virtual workforce, prioritizing efficiency and value-creation. Rapid development in fast-paced, low-cost, modernized, and automated HR Tech solutions transforms the global hiring process. This article will guide HR Tech buyers through new technologies and help you alleviate the HR process. Trending HR Tech Features Buyers Want To scale and ease the HR process, companies have started investing in technologies. As a result, many HR Tech companies have come up with easy-to-use and implement solutions to optimize your HR processes and maximize business output. Following are the trending features that businesses are looking forward to when buying an HR Tech solution for their organization. Recruitment In the past year, a lot has happened around the recruitment process. HR professionals focus on achieving higher-value objectives like keeping staff happy and engaged, improving retention, and support recruitment strategies. Recruitment professionals can use Artificial Intelligence-powered tools for applicant sourcing, assessment, and screening. Moreover, Artificial intelligence can also help improve the candidate experience. Virtual Reality (VR) technology can be a worthful tool for recruiting and training employees. Benefits & challenges As an employer, a hybrid workforce and flexible working hours come with many challenges. Allowing remote teams with flexible working hours will help companies attract suitable candidates for the role. However, to adopt an effective remote work, companies need to ensure a secured network, cloud sharing needs to be seamless, and all the necessary software must be successfully managed. Cyber-security is one of the biggest concerns’ companies face, which can be resolved with trusted solution providers. Learning & development Learning and development have become even more important than ever. With workforces such as millennials and Gen Z are craving diversity and inclusion programs from their employers. Challenges HR Tech buyers faced are creating an employee-friendly work culture, easy ways to onboard and train, and offering the right compliance training tool. HR Tech buyers are researching technologies that are easy to implement and roll out a successful HR management program. Talent & People Management The future of the workplace has changed drastically. Talent management and people management in a remote work environment has become even more challenging. Managers and HR are constantly trying to keep the staff motivated, nurturing talent, and empowering them to improve and update holistically is becoming the top priority. Companies will recognize, develop, and retain talent for better team-building with the right technology and collaborative efforts. Leadership Development Businesses need to focus on leadership development. Millennials are confident to take over the workforce soon. However, 63% of these young workforces feel their employers are not fully developing their leadership skills. Complementary leadership includes pairing leaders with balanced skill sets so that they can share responsibilities. This leadership style helps teams remain active and well-organized. Meanwhile, HR can learn how employee performance varies and create a pool of employees recruited for leadership roles. Challenges and buying process The process of buying or investing in new technology may vary between organizations. However, a basic understanding can help build and establish prospects in the pursuit of a digital transformation. Commonly faced challenges in an organization in buying HR technology may be due to the number of decision-makers involved; stakeholders may have pre-notion views, backed by their research, and set of potential solutions are often overwhelming. Following are the steps for a business to considering while buying an HR Tech:- Identifying the problem areas and prioritize Figuring out requirement areas and uncompromised and need for process development Listing down solutions and exploring all the available options, hands-on Selecting an easy to implement, adapt, and process solution Associate with a trusted solution provider Agreement and approval of funding Final Thoughts Investing in the latest HR Tech solution doesn't necessarily be overwhelming or complicated. All the digital solutions companies are expanding to meet the demands of the changing landscape. It's no longer pioneering to have the latest and innovative technology; instead, it's becoming a widely accepted norm. FAQ's Q. Who is an HR Tech buyer? A. HR Tech buyers are the top decision-makers in any organization. They need to anticipate the future of the work environment and provide solutions to build an adaptive and flexible environment for a hybrid workforce. Q. What is new in HR technology? A. Due to a hybrid work environment, employee training and development are moving to the digital realm. This shift has given rise to the development of new and innovative solutions. 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Article | August 30, 2021

The continuing battle with COVID-19 has forced HR and business leaders to adopt a whole new vocabulary when it comes to their operational strategy. Things like social distancing, personal protective equipment (PPE), and remote work have all become daily if not hourly points of conversation for many of us, whether our businesses are still operating at reduced capacity or we've executed some kind of return to work. But more than any other concept introduced, there's one in particular that's not only the most complex to understand and execute on but also can potentially have some of the biggest impacts on the safety of your employees and the integrity of your business continuity plans: contact tracing.

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Article | August 30, 2021

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia’s family violence statistics had been described as a “national shame” with 1 in 4 women experiencing physical violence since the age of 15.[1] The story is no better in New Zealand, which has one of the highest rates of sexual and domestic violence in the developed world. Police respond to a family violence incident every four minutes. Since COVID-19 hit, a combination of factors including job losses, financial hardship, isolation, working from home and cabin fever have contributed to a spike in family violence incidents. For example, there was a 10% increase in domestic and family violence victims seeking urgent assistance in Australia from the start of the lockdown in late March to 1 May.[2] In New Zealand there was a 20% increase in calls received by police and support services regarding family harm incidents during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Article | August 30, 2021

COVID-19 has accelerated the digital transformation of organisations in the UK, with many adopting new technologies to adapt to and bounce back stronger from the pandemic. This has made digital skills even more highly valued and the development of digital capabilities across the workforce is now viewed as a key component to successfully recovering from the current crisis. However, it is estimated that two-thirds of the UK workforce could lack basic digital skills by 2030 if we carry on the same path. As a result, there is now a huge concern that this growing gap in digital skills will hamper any chance of a strong bounce back from the economic downturn caused by the pandemic.

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