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Online enrollment is now the norm

03/22/2018
Technology is increasingly becoming part of the benefits enrollment process.

We’re wide awake and worrying about work

03/20/2018

Sleepless nights caused by work anxiety are taking a heavy toll on employees. According to new research from global staffing firm Accountemps, 44% of professionals often lose sleep over work.

Snapshot: Which social media platforms do your employees use?

03/06/2018

Looking to leverage social media to communicate with employees? Here’s what U.S. adults use most often.

The HR I.Q. Test: March ’18

03/01/2018

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

‘Chatbots’ can help provide instant online answers & free up time for HR

02/22/2018

Whether it’s discussing vacation policies, enrolling workers in the benefits plan or conducting training, HR chatbots are assisting employees in all these transactions. HR is also using these artificial-intelligence tools in the recruiting process.

Time to rethink your HR-to-employee ratio

02/22/2018
If your HR department has been struggling to keep up with a growing workforce and new compliance duties, it may be time to add to your HR staff.

6 phrases to say during your next review

02/20/2018
Whether your next performance review goes swimmingly or becomes a half hour of frustration, here are six phrases that will likely paint a more flattering picture of you.

Warn bosses about ‘phone-snubbing’ their employees

02/20/2018

More than three quarters (76%) of workers say they lack trust in supervisors who can’t tear themselves away from their smartphones during a conversation or meeting.

Update your plan for preventing violence

02/16/2018

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration is aggressively going after employers that don’t take seriously their responsibility to provide a safe workplace—especially those that don’t have a specific violence prevention program in place.

Survey: Only 39% of new hires tried to negotiate pay

02/13/2018

In only three cities did at least half of new hires try to negotiate higher starting pay: New York (55%), Dallas (51%) and San Francisco (50%).