3 Keys to Aligning HR Concepts with Organization Strategy

Skillsoft

As the workforce has grown more complex, so has the general world of Human Capital Management. More demands for services and partnerships are being placed on HR departments across industries. As HR professionals and business partners look to address these needs by designing new programs and launching organizational initiatives, it is important to remember the fundamental building blocks of HR concepts and their ripple effects throughout an organization at every level.
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As inflation cools to 6.5% in the last month, economists are looking at wages and examining whether the minimum wage has been keeping up with the cost of living. In this episode of MainStreet Macro, ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson shares some little-known facts about the minimum wage and its impact on the labor market.

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Leaders That Last: Building Capacity for Resilience Through Emotional Intelligence and Hardiness

Leading in good times can present challenges but leading through crisis is where we differentiate the best, well-prepared leaders from the rest. During the pandemic, strong leaders and contributors have taught us important lessons that can assist trainers and coaches in building better leaders for the future. How can trainers and leaders leverage hardiness and emotional intelligence to create healthier, psychologically safer and better-supported teams?
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Employee Attendance Policy Best Practices

lorman

Learn how to implement effective attendance policies to cut down on employee absenteeism costs for your company. The costs associated with employee absenteeism can be astronomical. High levels of absenteeism can impact productivity, service quality and employee morale. From an HR management perspective, employee absenteeism and tardiness can be some of the toughest issues to address and remedy. This material will help HR professionals, managers and business owners identify attendance issues and effectively address them through the implementation of clear policies and practices. The content will also address federal and state laws that may be implicated in dealing with attendance issues such as the FMLA and ADA.
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The Future of Remote Work: Where Do We Go from Here?

Remote work became a hot topic when the pandemic hit. Now it's nearly three years later and it’s still a topic of discussion. A Gallup update of employment trends says 45 percent of full-time U.S. employees still worked from home either all (25 percent) or part of the time (20 percent) in the fall of 2022. Three-fourths of the remote workers surveyed said their employers will allow them to continue working from home at least ‘’on some basis’’ going forward. So, the question is: Are you prepared to facilitate successful long-term remote working arrangements for at least some of your workforce?
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Managing the Great Resignation of Working Women and Caregivers

The Great Resignation is well underway, with women leading the charge. Organizations must create better support systems for women and caregivers in the workforce. This past year the U.S. saw record numbers of workers quitting their jobs. While the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports unemployment numbers have recently fallen for men, the numbers are not changing for women. In this session, you will learn how the caregiving crisis has contributed to the Great Resignation, how caregiving responsibilities have changed work during the Great Resignation and how your organization can form a targeted response to retaining women and more.
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As inflation cools to 6.5% in the last month, economists are looking at wages and examining whether the minimum wage has been keeping up with the cost of living. In this episode of MainStreet Macro, ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson shares some little-known facts about the minimum wage and its impact on the labor market.

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