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Why so many HR employees are quitting

New data from LinkedIn reveals a disturbing trend. As part of the Great Resignation, HR has the highest turnover of all job functions, with a quit rate of 15% over the last 12 months.

The HR I.Q. Test: October ’22

Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

Employees worry about catching covid at work

As employers continue to wrestle with return-to-office policies, a third of workers say they harbor moderate to significant concern about being exposed to the coronavirus at work.

Welcome to the metaverse

Six trends are driving the use of metaverse technologies and will continue to drive its use over the next three to five years, according to Gartner, Inc.—including employee onboarding.

Give your employees a stress check

Around one in three people believe their happiness has been impacted by work stress, according to a recent study conducted by Talkspace in conjunction with the Harris Poll.

5 reasons your organization needs to focus on business ethics

Because of the complexity, many leaders might be tempted to leave the debate of ethical issues to business school classes. A business that fails to think about its ethical standards, however, may end up regretting it. Here are five reasons business ethics needs to be discussed at every organization and why you as a leader need to play a crucial role.

Ten things great bosses do every day

We’ve all heard the adage, “People don’t leave bad jobs; they leave bad bosses.” On the flip side, great bosses change us for the better. They see more in us than we see in ourselves and help us learn to discover our strengths. Look at these ten characteristics of great bosses to know where you rank—and, more importantly, how to improve.

A new gig: Employees engage in side hustle for fun of it

The rise of the gig economy has been the proverbial talk of the town. Meanwhile, the U.S. job market overflows with traditional work opportunities, leaving everyone wondering why so many workers are shifting from conventional employment to a new gig.

Paying attention to attendance policies

Assuring that workers show up for their scheduled shifts is crucial. one popular way is through a no-fault attendance policy that punishes unplanned absences beyond those protected by the FMLA, the ADA and the company’s vacation and sick time policies. But such policies can backfire.

Exploring AI to save time and increase efficiencies?

Imagine having an assistant who can handle the repetitive aspects of your HR team. Artificial intelligence (AI) can expedite routine tasks, leaving more time for addressing more significant issues and future planning. Here are three ways small companies are using AI to streamline their business.