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Engagement's Silent Killers
Here are four engagement killers that employees most often complain about, and what HR can do to fix them.
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Pay Drops for HR's Elite
After two years of double-digit growth, the average annual compensation for HR's top earners took a step backward in 2016.
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Age of Anxiety
Stereotypes notwithstanding, millennial workers are actively saving for retirement. But many still struggle with fear and ignorance in managing their 401(k) accounts. Experts -- and millennials themselves -- say employers can help.
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Turnover Turnaround
Deep in the throes of a rigorous battle against turnover, Taco Bell employs the power of analytics to help reshape its people strategies.
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Taking Sleep Seriously
Employers are seeing the effects of proper rest -- or a lack thereof -- on the workforce, leading some to make sleep health a bigger component of their wellness programs.
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Choose the Future
The co-chair of the 20th annual HR Tech Conference offers a sneak preview of this year's event.
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Dealing with Rally-Attending Employees
Free-speech issues in the workplace are top of mind for both employers and employees in the aftermath of Charlottesville. The First and Fourteenth Amendments offer little protection for individuals who engage in hate speech and are fired by a private employer, says one legal expert, but employers must also consider whether the National Labor Relations Act offers any protection to employees.
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4 Ways HR Can Accomplish More with Less
Here are four technology-related best practices that HR teams should keep in mind as they seek to accomplish more with less throughout the entirety of the employee lifecycle.
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A Not-So-Quiet Problem: Noise!
Big open spaces with lots of glass can result in a noisy workplace that's bad for productivity and morale. A warning sign that you have a problem: Everyone's wearing headphones.
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The Low-Performer Paradox
Experts weigh in on how much time and effort HR should spend on coaching programs aimed at helping underperforming employees improve.
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