Just when we think we have Millennials figured out and have designed engagement and retention programs around them, in comes Generation Z. Is Generation Z really that different than Millennials?
Greek philosopher Plato once said, “Happiness springs from doing good and helping others,” and recent studies have shown that he was right. When you volunteer, you improve your health. And if you volunteer with others, you improve your relationships.
Some political activity may finally be taking shape on the employment and labor front. In addition to the slow pace of appointments in the Department of Labor (DOL) and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), legislation intended to turn back the Obama Administration's regulatory overreach seem to be moving forward.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) are opposing each other in a lawsuit over the meaning of the term “sex” in Title VII. The DOJ argues that the Title VII definition of sex does not include sexual orientation. The EEOC argues that it does.
With Hurricane Harvey and Irma causing widespread destruction and also severe business disruption, employers everywhere should plan for disasters and disruptions caused by any form of natural disaster. What laws may come into play that the employer should be aware of?
SME employers recognizing healthcare is important recruitment/retention tool: Since 2008, the percentage of employers with 1,000 or more employees offering healthcare coverage has been consistently near or above 99%. It reached 99.8% in 2016.
Good news for employers! On August 29, 2017, the Office of Management Budget’s (OMB) Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) announced that the pay reporting requirement of the EEO-1 will be delayed and not required in the March 31, 2018 EEO-1 reporting cycle. This news was greeted as a sign of relief by the employer community. The standard EEO-1 report, though, will still be required for filing on March 31, 2018.
Networking is an essential activity for both job seekers and talent acquisition professionals. These groups network to expand their contacts and pipelines with the hope that it will lead to a filled position or new job opportunity down the road.
Employee engagement is an ongoing buzzword, but there are many different perceptions of what exactly an engaged employee is. Employee engagement goes beyond happiness at work.
Open enrollment season is rapidly approaching, and for many employers late summer and early fall is the time of year when benefit packages are reviewed for competitiveness. Fifth Third Bank has recently rolled out a new benefit specifically aimed at retaining employees that are new moms - a maternity concierge service.
One of the biggest disciplinary issues HR encounters is a lack of performance or discipline documentation on an employee that a manager wants to terminate. It is very difficult for HR to proceed with a termination request when the employee has only stellar performance reviews in her file.
Medical students must take the Hippocratic Oath in an important step to becoming a doctor. One of the most well-known premises of that oath is, “first, do no harm.” That is a good oath for any profession and is certainly something to be considered in background screening.
Just to be sure you caught what the title states – millennials are quitting jobs they LIKE. A new study by Qualtrics and Accel found that 74% of millennials who like their jobs plan to leave within the next three years. Why would anyone quit a job they actually enjoy and are happy at?
Back to school time usually means summer vacations ending and heavier traffic on your way to work, but does it also mean time to start college recruiting? Traditionally the end of the school year and graduation season kick-starts the hiring of college seniors, but a new survey by the Futurestep division of Korn Ferry says by then your organization will be late to the game and will have already missed out on top candidates.
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