Fri.Dec 02, 2022

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How Do You Address ‘Quiet Quitting’ As a Manager?

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Quiet quitting – the ‘trend’ of doing the bare minimum to meet the requirements of your job description and nothing more – has become an acknowledged phenomenon of 2022. Although the act is not something new, it has become more widespread than previously suspected.

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A Guide to Leading in Times of Uncertainty

Lever

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, the total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 261,000 in October, and the unemployment rate rose to 3.7 percent. The latest job numbers are not ideal and in many ways headed in a downward direction. Read More.

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4 people data mistakes you’re making in the employee lifecycle

Workable

But if we move past the main reasons for our fear – legal concerns, distrust, and privacy – there’s still a prevailing issue: we don’t really know what to do about it. That’s concerning, especially since employees want to work for companies that make people-first, data-driven decisions about internal and external matters. But to do better, we need to pinpoint exactly where we’re going wrong. Ready to pull off the band-aid? Below are four common mistakes teams make when it comes to people data.

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The Serious Value of Humor at Work

TalentCulture - Recruiting

I’m a fan of fun work environments. So of course, I’m also a fan of humor at work. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying we should all pretend to be stand-up comedians. And I’m not talking about snide remarks, disrespectful jokes, or pranks at someone else’s expense.

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Onboarding Retrospective - A Different Path to Better Onboarding Experiences

Speaker: Carrie Missele - Practice Lead, Learning and Development at Inspirant Group

In this webinar, Carrie Missele will walk you through the process of developing an effective onboarding program that leads to a happy a happy new hire!

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The Growing Role of HR in Cybersecurity

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Cybercrime is an increasing concern in our digitally-reliant world. For businesses, any breach can cause significant disruption to productivity and safety. Indeed, one recent report found that each cyberattack costs businesses $200,000 on average.

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HCM Talent Technology Roundup December 2, 2022

Recruiting Daily

Ceridian launched its Ideal Talent Marketplace, which is designed to deliver speed and staffing flexibility to both businesses and workers. The product aims to help Ceridian customers as they navigate a world of staffing shortages, thin agility and rapidly changing demand levels.

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Dogs and Horses and Reptiles, Oh My! Service Animals as Workplace Accommodations

Recruiting Daily Advisor

It’s common to encounter people with service dogs when you’re out and about town, such as at the grocery store, a sports arena, or a doctor’s office.

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Five Predictions For The Future Of Work: A Captivating Employee Experience

Forbes Leadership

Work-life fluidity is not a trend. At the end of the day, trust is on the table. Leadership /leadership Leadership /leadership leadership

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How To Create a Timesheet in Excel

Teamweek

Are you looking to create an Excel timesheet? If so, you’re in the right place! This article will show you how to make a time tracking sheet in Excel, give you a few Excel timesheet templates, and explore the cons of tracking time in Excel. (We’ll

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What You Really Need to Know to Build an Effective Global Hiring Strategy

Speaker: Carrie Corbin, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Hope Leigh Marketing Group

Join Carrie Corbin, Global Workplace Executive, Strategist, and Consultant, for this discussion on some of the most common questions around building a global hiring and attraction strategy.

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Five Training Priorities For Companies To Focus On In 2023

Forbes Leadership

Gone are the days when companies will consistently be able to get everybody in a room for hours-long training sessions. As a result, training and online learning must follow suit and be flexible. Leadership /leadership Leadership /leadership leadership

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Health Highlights: Q4 2022 | The Jacobson Group

The Jacobson Group

The health insurance industry continues to evolve, as insurers strive to best meet changing member needs and provide a holistic member experience.

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#MeToo Broke The Silence, But Employees Still Struggle To Be Heard

Forbes Leadership

We can control whether we’re creating an environment where employees feel safe and do their best work—or not. It’s our job to protect employees by building a culture that understands what harassment is and doesn’t tolerate it.

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How to highlight your company’s culture of giving and charity

Stories Incorporated

Reading Time: 2 minutes Whether it’s planning a volunteer day in the community, or matching donations for Giving Tuesday, some organizations excel at giving back. .

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The AI Conundrum: How HR Can Prepare for the Storm of Change

Speaker: Kate Bischoff - CEO and Founder of k8bisch LLC (formerly tHRive Law & Consulting)

In this webinar, Kate Bischoff, a leading expert in HR technology and law, will address the changing future of AI in HR.

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14 Ways HR Leaders Can Elevate Women Of Color In The Workplace

Forbes Leadership

It’s not enough to grasp the distinct ways women or people of color are mistreated at work. You need to know how the identities interact. That will help you recognize and call out microaggressions specific to women of color.

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Quality of Hire: 8 ways to improve and measure it

Teamweek

If your last few rounds of hiring haven’t gone exactly well, you may be struggling with the quality of hire. Finding the right talent isn’t always easy, but it really should be.

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Four Ways Mentorship Programs Can Meaningfully Promote Workplace Diversity And Inclusion

Forbes Leadership

A diversity-focused mentoring program may be the first step toward meaningful change in our organizations. Leadership /leadership Leadership /leadership leadership

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4 Ways to Streamline Your Interview Process

PandoLogic

The interview process can be time-consuming and expensive. After all, top talent is hard to come by. The job market is more competitive than ever, which means that employers need to find ways to streamline their interview process to attract the best candidates and keep them interested.

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Hire Global to Grow Global: A Conversation with A Global Recruiting & HR Expert

Speaker: Janice Stack, CEBS, Global Human Resources Executive

The digital age has given us access to a workforce beyond geopolitical boundaries. While this new access can increase productivity, it often comes with its own set of obstacles. Join Janice Stack, Global Human Resources Executive, for this insightful webinar on the ins-and-outs of expanding your team globally.

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11 Ways to Throw a More Inclusive Holiday Party

PowerToFly

Inclusive holiday parties at work are more important than ever. The number of people who consider Christmas a religious holiday is declining , and workplace experience managers and HR teams are (finally) looking beyond Santa to recognize other religions, cultures, and traditions.

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QUIET QUITTING

Recruiting Blogs

First it was The Great Resignation. Then came Quiet Quitting. That’s the latest career trend circulating on social media. . What it means depends on who you ask. For some, it’s a way of keeping your perspective, so your job won’t take over the rest of your life. . Others see a darker side.