Balancing Compliance and Innovation in Highly Regulated Environments

SHRM

In a recent survey by Corporate Compliance Insights, 49 percent of respondents said they aren’t paying close attention during their mandatory compliance training. If only half of your employees are attentive to crucial compliance information, your organization is at risk for lawsuits, product recalls, workplace safety violations and lasting reputational damage.
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Spotlight

In 2018, college graduates who earn bachelor’s degrees in engineering and computer science are expected to command the biggest increase in starting salaries among all majors, while communications degree-holders will be offered less in their paychecks than 2017 grads. Here are projected 2018 vs. 2017 starting salaries by undergraduate major, compiled by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

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7 Tips for Boosting the Employee Experience via Benefits – Before, During and After Open Enrollment

Alex

You have a secret power during benefits enrollment: your employees’ attention. So why not use that power for good? Savvy benefits professionals know that open enrollment season is full of critical moments you can leverage to boost employee experience and leave a good impression.
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The Recruiting Sweet Spot: Aligning Candidate and Employer Expectations

BambooHR

What does it take to match a candidate with a job position? Ask this question, and you’ll get a different answer from everyone involved in the recruiting process. Some will prioritize skills and education, while others insist that finding a good culture fit is most important. Some recruiters just hope they can find a candidate that matches long list of qualifications they received from their hiring manager. And when employers finally find a candidate that clears these hurdles, it can still be difficult to know whether they’ve made a good hire or if the candidate will job hop in the first six months.
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Turning Corporate Culture Into a Competitive Advantage - It Starts With the People

ON 24

Every organization wants to build a positive corporate culture, but few can define what that means, and fewer still can achieve it. No longer a priority only for human resources or a templatized term plugged into job descriptions, corporate culture serves as a competitive advantage the C-suite – and your employees – are paying more attention to than ever before.
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Adventures in Workers' Compensation

lorman

Learn the ins and outs of the workers compensation system and how to handle any challenges that arise. The workers' compensation system can be an adventure given the many challenges attorneys and members of the claims management team face. This content will focus on the many challenges of the system and provide practical solutions to all interested stakeholders. We will cover the basic benefit structure of the worker's compensation system, how to prepare for the unexpected, how to avoid common pitfalls, and much more.
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Spotlight

In 2018, college graduates who earn bachelor’s degrees in engineering and computer science are expected to command the biggest increase in starting salaries among all majors, while communications degree-holders will be offered less in their paychecks than 2017 grads. Here are projected 2018 vs. 2017 starting salaries by undergraduate major, compiled by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

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