Training programs require regular check ups to maintain their effectiveness. By Jim Hopkins A fter participating and observing competent training departments during the past 20 years, I have realized that unless the company’s training management knows their purpose and applies it appropriately, the training function can get away with a lot of […]
By increasing transparency, your business can take advantage of contingent labor while mitigating risk of an audit. By Joel Capperella Here are the facts. The dynamic of the workforce is changing. The U.S. government estimates that there are as many as 10 million independent contractors in the workforce. Since September 2009, more […]
Dont ignore the young talent around you, mentor the next HR generation. by Matt DeLuca One of the requirements you need to meet as you become an HR professional of the 21st Century, is to go out and see what is occurring outside the office walls. Heeding my own words, this past week I participated […]
David Schubert shares Baptist Health South Florida’s strategies for building its talent community.
By Debbie Bolla
Employer branding. Employee value proposition (EVP). Artificial intelligence (AI). Diversity and inclusion (D&I). These buzzwords have been around the talent landscape for the last few years and are here to stay. So how can talent acquisition leaders get ahead in one of the tightest markets in years? David Schubert, assistant vice president of talent acquisition for Baptist Health South Florida, has some answers.
Recruiting well-informed candidates can be a challenge, but by closely managing their online presence, organizations can get the upper hand.
By Marta Chmielowicz
Marketing is, and always has been, a highly consumer-focused business function, but talent acquisition hasn’t kept up—until now. In today’s competitive job market, companies are intentionally shaping their brand and online presence in order to attract top talent.
Leatham Green shares his insights about the benefits of a mindful, holistic wellness approach to employee health and productivity.
By Marta Chmielowicz
Mindfulness can be defined as the act of noticing things. Whilst the practice has its roots in Buddhist tradition, it has expanded to serve a more secular function thanks to one reason: By actively observing, mindfulness allows people to become fully immersed and engaged with their reality. In turn, fostering greater awareness promotes curiosity, understanding, and acceptance. It is for this reason that Leatham Green, founder of the Mindful HR Centre, has embarked on a career that promotes mindfulness as a key business strategy.
We rank the top providers based on customer satisfaction surveys. By the Editors HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen rankings are based solely on feedback from buyers of the rated services. The ratings are not based on the opinion of the HRO Today staff. We collect feedback annually through an online survey, which we distribute both directly […]
Six ways organizations can ensure benefits programs are compliant with same-sex marriage laws.￼￼ By Sheryl Southwick This past June, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges that state bans on same-sex marriage violate the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. As a result, all state laws must now allow same-sex couples to marry […]
The sessions at this year’s HRO Today Forum address the top concerns of HR executives. By Debbie Bolla Building an engaged company culture is the central theme of the 2015 HRO Today Forum. In a hot talent market, top organizations understand the importance of being an employer of choice. A recent Columbia University study […]
Great benefits plan you’ve got there—but do employees know? By Audrey Boone Tillman Educating employees about their insurance plans can be just as important as the plans themselves. Recent example: Only 35 percent of workers believe that their employer effectively communicated about healthcare reform and subsequent changes to their benefits, according to the […]