Moving from Paper-First to People-First HR

Moving from Paper-First to People-First HR
In the day-to-day busy-ness, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that employees are actually people. Losing the personal touch in HR, employees begin to feel like numbers on a spreadsheet rather than a valued individual human.

While many want to maintain that human connection it’s no surprise it falls by the wayside. There is so much time is spent with tedious, repetitive, and  administrative tasks. We simply have no time to build relationships with employees, let alone focus on a strategy to do so.
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How to Explain Health Savings Accounts in Simple Terms to Employees and Clients

Health Savings Accounts are a powerful tool to help both organizations and their employees save on health care costs. However, about 40 percent of employees don’t understand how HSAs work and this important benefit often goes underutilized. In this webcast, you will learn the basics of HSAs and share effective strategies for presenting them to your employees and clients.
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5 Programs Every Organization Needs to Create High-Performing Teams

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Managers account for 70 percent of the variance in employee engagement, according to Gallup. With unemployment at record lows, organizations cannot afford to ignore managers. They play a pivotal role in talent management and organizational performance. So, what can organizations do to invest in their management team? Honestly, it’s not hard and it’s not expensive.
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A Guide to Conducting Outreach to Veterans and Candidates with Disabilities

Federal contractors and subcontractors are obligated to take affirmative action to employ and advance qualified protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Federal contractors and subcontractors are also required to evaluate their progress and assess their outreach efforts on an annual basis ensure they are working toward achieving their goals as it was outlined in their Affirmative Action Plans (AAP).
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Employer Obligations to Prevent Violence: Trends and Action Items

Workplace violence continues to increase across industries and organizations and experts predict the trend won’t subside anytime soon. Meanwhile, OSHA and lawmakers are increasingly scrutinizing employers’ workplace violence prevention efforts and imposing new requirements to keep employees safe. Most workplace violence is actually preventable if companies take proactive steps and have a prevention plan in place. However, many organizations don’t know where to start. In this webcast you’ll hear from national experts such as Eugene Rugala, a former leader of the FBI’s National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime and current workplace violence consultant, and Elizabeth Bille, SVP of workplace culture at EVERFI and former general counsel of SHRM.
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