Over the last three years, our team has conducted countless interviews and surveys with employers across the country to learn about their challenges recruiting, retaining and engaging their workforce, especially their lower-wage workers. The Employer Toolkit is the product of this research. As you’ve likely reviewed, the Toolkit reframes over sixty workplace policies to address […]
We hope the Employer Toolkit will serve as a starting point on your learning journey. After you’ve reviewed the Toolkit, might we suggest checking out this curated list of trusted partners and resources to help you dive into these topics more deeply. National Resources: Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) offers many resources for HR […]
This article gives tips and tricks to middle managers looking for executive buy in for their ideas. The tactics are applicable to those needed to gain buy in for a new workplace policy.
Employees who rate their financial wellness positively are more likely to feel they can effectively manage their day-to-day finances, they can pay bills while saving for the future, and their retirement savings are on track, Bank of America found.
Much has been written about the perils and costs that come with making a bad hire. The impact can be huge — for the company, the team and the hiring manager, not to mention the new hire him- or herself. The costs are not just financial, but can actually do damage to the reputations of […]
The HR department is responsible for so much more than just hiring and firing, and the solo HR practitioner is often pulled in so many directions that it’s hard to keep up with changing priorities in the profession, said Jennifer Currence, SHRM-SCP, president of OnCore Management Solutions in Tampa Bay, Fla.
Successful change management practitioners spoke about change working best in organizations that traditionally value each employee and respect their potential contribution. You described change management and change as easier in organizations that have a norm of frequent, honest communication.
Your company needs a thoughtful onboarding plan, otherwise your new hires won’t settle in properly and may wind up quitting after just a few months. That much you already know. But how should you structure their experience?