Compensation Via the Cloud

A blueprint for building the business case for payroll technology. By Jayson Saba Effective payroll processing is a fundamental part of managing human resources. A paycheck is one of the main reasons your employees show up to work each morning, and that being the case, they have high expectations. They want their compensation to be […]

Measuring Up? What companies really think about recruiting metrics and how they could be improved in the future

As performance analytics become increasingly advanced, with traditional means of tracking the effectiveness and efficiency of the HR function giving way to far more sophisticated methods, the question of how we measure recruiting success is more pertinent now than ever. To find answers to this and other questions, Futurestep joined forces with HRO Today Magazine […]

Creative Technology Recruitment: How to Compete Against the Tech Giants for Top Talent

John Wilson, CEO of WilsonHCG, and Alison Hadden, Director of Product Marketing at Glassdoor discuss creative technology recruitment strategies that will land your company top tech talent. Technology candidates are among the most sought-after talent pools in the employment landscape. And with technology driving business today and into the future, the recruitment of talent with these […]

Compensation Comparison

A new report reveals now is the time to leverage pay to attract and retain the right talent.   By Tim Low   PayScale’s annual survey of compensation best practices reveals more encouraging economic signs than seen in recent years as companies are growing in size and offering raises to current employees. Yet this increased […]

Out of Recession, Companies Turn to Training

Social platforms, mobile learning, and gamification are keys to engaging and retaining talent.   By Katie Kuehner-Hebert   As companies come out of the recession, many are ramping up their learning programs in an effort to engage and retain key talent—and in ways that also boost their productivity, experts say.   Employers and providers recently […]

Contingent and Complex

This growing workforce has its own set of challenges. Technology can help.    By Madeline Laurano   The rise of the independent worker is arguably the most significant trend impacting today’s workforce. In fact, 27 percent of an average organization’s workforce is expected to be comprised of contingent labor by 2015. The definition of a […]

Competitive Advantage

An on-site team of specialists guided the alignment of Nationwide’s contingent and permanent workforce, resulting in reduced costs and increased efficiency.   By Russ Banham     Following the crisis of 2008, many financial organizations confronted a dire reality—a substantial dearth of specific skill sets to execute complex and rapidly developing regulatory demands. A fluctuating […]

Companies That Emphasize Balance – 7/19

Glassdoor reveals third-annual list of companies with favorable work-life balance.     Balancing work and life is on a steady decline. Glassdoor data shows the average work-life balance rating has dropped from a 3.5 in 2009, to a 3.4 in 2011, to a 3.2 in 2013. But there are still organizations that won’t compromise.   […]

ACA’s Impact on Healthcare Companies – 7/8

The industry braces for Affordable Care Act mandates in 2014.    With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and its ultimate impact on the bottom line coming in 2014, healthcare organizations have decided to hold their budgets for pay increases steady this year.     In the healthcare industry as a whole, pay increase […]