Cost, compliance, and liability issues abound. In this age of tightened security, employers need to address their I-9 mandates with automation. by Dave Fowler In the beginning, there was paper. Every HR department had lots of paper: payroll forms, employment applications, and benefits enrollment documents for multiple health and welfare plans. And of course there […]
Employment screening service buyers rank their providers based on quality, scope, and breadth of service. by HROT Staff Life is full of ironies. In our annual examination of the outsourced employment screening market, we adopted a new approach this year in compiling the list. In the past, we relied on industry input to determine the […]
Schneider Electric is transforming its human capital management approaches one tech solution at a time.
By Olivier Blum
Demands on employees have increased—and HR must keep pace or risk falling behind. It’s a daily occurrence that employees attend video conferences, use workplace productivity apps, and receive smartphone notifications. They can’t wait for their HR department to catch up with them via phone calls or letters. Modern workers want the same prompt customer service experience that they receive from online marketers. They also expect to feel empowered by their HR departments, not disenfranchised by them.
How wearable devices can impact both employee health and the bottom line. By Nate Walkingshaw It’s no secret that wearable technology has become a hot trend in the recent years. Devices that track health and fitness range from simple pedometers to wristbands and necklace pendants that monitor the amount of calories burned and record movement […]
These four mobility strategies will lower costs and retain talent to boot. By Debbie Bolla On average, organizations spend more than $15 million annually to transfer employees, according to Worldwide ERC. That’s a substantial line item in the overall budget, but nearly half of global organizations are willing to make it because they view relocation […]
The complex world of modern RPO. By Kim Davis Talent acquisition has changed dramatically during the last 15 years. It is no longer a simple process of connecting a person to a job and a job to a person. Jobs and people are more visible than ever before, which is both good […]
Managing leave time can be tricky—but doesn’t have to be. By Dan Scanlon Employers are faced with considerable challenges when it comes to effectively monitoring and managing absences related to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Absence management can be a costly issue for employers, resulting in the exhaustion of […]
Data mining to drive your business forward. By Kevin Choksi During the past several years, organizations from around the globe started to realize that innovation and competitive advantage are rooted within the workforce. As a result, HR teams receive greater demands to get the most out of the workforce. And they’re […]
How the economy has molded the way companies now screen their workforces. By Debbie Bolla Ask any HR executive the cost of a bad hire and they will tell you it’s more than loss of money. You also must factor in wasted time, training, and company collateral. That makes the hiring process […]
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will change work life as we know it. Prepare. By the Editors Given the far-reaching effects that the recently signed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) will have on U.S. employers of all sizes, the ADP Research Institute, in association with SharedXpertise (publisher of […]