Strategies for Talent Management: Retaining Your Top Performers

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Companies devote significant time and attention to managing underperforming employees. This often leaves top performers feeling neglected and unappreciated. In these situations, appropriate talent strategies must be utilized in order to prevent unnecessary  turnover.
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Lawsuits under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) continue to dominate federal court dockets. According to the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, the division recovered more than $240 million from employers on behalf of more than 270,000 workers during ¬scal year 2014. Given the high cost of an FLSA lawsuit or a Department of Labor (DOL) investigation, it is critically important for employers to “get it right.” Many times, the issues that lead to FLSA lawsuits are unintended violations of the law. To assist employers in avoiding these costly mistakes, this article will explore 10 FLSA mistakes that are often litigated in federal law.


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6 Best Practices for Managers to Support Training - Webinar 11.06.13

BizLibrary

The relationship between an employee and his or her immediate manager is the most important relationship in your organization for productivity, engagement, retention and competitive advantage.
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Boosting Employee Engagement and Alignment

A discussion, on how to engage employees and show them how their work contributes to top company objectives with Alex Zima, Director of Learning and Wellbeing at ShapeUp, and Paul Reeves, BetterWorks Co-Founder and Customer Success Lead. Alex will share how ShapeUp uses central, transparent goal-setting and progress tracking to hold people accountable for results, and in turn, increase employee engagement and further important wellness initiatives.
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SHIFT YOUR LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT & ENGAGEMENT INITIATIVES INTO HIGH GEAR

TNS Employee Insights

In most organizations, leadership development and employee engagement initiatives are not tightly integrated. They are managed by different groups, with different program cycles, senior sponsors, and goals. Because of this separation, organizations are missing a golden opportunity to increase the speed at which leaders acquire new skills and put them into practice. This highly interactive webcast will explore and discuss compelling reasons why these two major talent management areas should proactively reinforce each other. The presenters will provide engagement results from high-performing Fortune 500 organizations to support tighter integration and practical tips, methods, and strategies every organization can implement.
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HR in the Stoned Age: Employee Drug Testing in 2015.

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With almost 75% of substance abusers being employed, the pressure falls on hiring managers and other human resource professionals to help promote and maintain a safe and productive workplace. Many achieve this with the addition of a drug screening program to their existing pre-hire process. However, the face of substance abuse does change over time, so how can you make sure your program is weeding out individuals who could present a safety risk to your workplace today?
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Spotlight

Lawsuits under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) continue to dominate federal court dockets. According to the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, the division recovered more than $240 million from employers on behalf of more than 270,000 workers during ¬scal year 2014. Given the high cost of an FLSA lawsuit or a Department of Labor (DOL) investigation, it is critically important for employers to “get it right.” Many times, the issues that lead to FLSA lawsuits are unintended violations of the law. To assist employers in avoiding these costly mistakes, this article will explore 10 FLSA mistakes that are often litigated in federal law.

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