Two organizations share insights into their successful tech-driven hiring processes that improve the candidate experience.
By Marta Chmielowicz
The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced much of the business world to make rapid changes to the way they operate, and organizations will to have continue to adapt as all industries enter a new normal post-pandemic. With the Federal Reserve anticipating an unemployment rate of 32 percent, continued restrictions around social distancing, and widespread economic instability, the hiring landscape for both businesses and job seekers will change dramatically.
Creating a solid foundation now will lead to stronger remote work in the future.
By Jo Deal
The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to shift to remote operations as much as possible, with CNBC reporting that 42 percent of U.S. workers are telecommuting for the first time. The transition to digital has sent businesses and HR teams through a whirlwind of change and uncertainty.
Seven strategies that help maintain a strong company culture while managing a remote workforce.
By Livia Martini
Fostering a company culture has long been hailed as an important way to recruit and maintain the best talent within corporations. It has become so critical that “chief culture officers” are now common within many large corporations, and it has been a driving force in making companies like Google such an attractive place to work.
Best practices for building work-from-home policies during COVID-19 and beyond.
By Sirmara Campbell
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many employers have moved to a completely remote model to protect the workforce and prevent the spread of disease. Many of these employers have never had a 100 percent remote workforce, presenting challenges to management and employees. However, having specific policies in place to handle telecommuting can help now and when considering remote work in the future.
Five apps to improve the ways of the workforce.
By The Editors
In remote teams, technology and tools are the lifelines that keep employees connected. New apps constantly need be revisited and re-evaluated as situations shift—something that has become very apparent during the ever-changing COVID-19 pandemic.
New research shows the advantages of offering well-being benefits to the multigenerational workforce.
By Wendy Edgar
The rise of the multigenerational workforce brings a variety of opportunities for organizations and employees alike, especially when it comes to benefits offerings. What’s more, amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, people are looking to their companies for tools and resources to support their lives both inside and outside of work.
Embracing mindfulness training in the workplace can reduce stress, increase collaboration, and improve focus.
By Tara Antonipillai
Stress is unfortunately a part of everyday life, and the current uncertainty only makes it more present. The American Psychological Association polls Americans each year on their stress levels and what causes them. In 2019, as in prior years, work was at the top of the list, with 60 percent of those polled reporting that work causes high levels of stress.
New research uncovers four trends that elevate talent mobility programs.
By Mary Stoik Dymond
The profound impact of COVID-19 on the workforce is the latest reminder that talent mobility is always evolving. With advances in technology, changing employee expectations, and shifts in country-by-country regulations, what worked for HR leaders and mobility professionals one year may not produce exceptional relocation experiences or support company business goals the next. Today, the industry is preparing to adjust and reinvent itself when the post-coronavirus new normal arrives.
Despite economic turmoil largely caused by COVID-19, the overall worldwide employment environment in the final quarter of 2019 was stable.
By Larry Basinait
Deploying a global workforce and ensuring access to the best talent is a crucial component of success for all multinational enterprises. Global labor market intelligence is an invaluable tool for these HR departments and can be used to inform critical decisions around the best countries and regions in which to grow.
New research shows the varying ways salaried and hourly employees are recruited and hired.
By Larry Basinait
Are there differences in which hourly and salaried positions are recruited? According to new research from HRO Today and Cielo, yes—and the differences are actually quite significant.
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