The onboarding process for a new employee can seem daunting. However, innovative collaboration technologies can streamline the process, while making it easier and more effective. With many companies increasing their number of employees working remotely, it is imperative organizations make use of these collaborative technologies. They can allow you to:
Train new employees so they can contribute faster
Hire and retain the best and brightest …Read More
I recently came across an article from Software Advice’s HR blog on how HR professionals can earn a seat at the C-suite table. It offered a few great tips for HR folks looking to climb the career ladder. While HR professionals aren’t often thought of as key influencers in organizations, they certainly can be. Here’s some of the advice offered in the article:
Learn how to crunch numbers.
The article discusses the value in an employee who is …Read More
The Obama Administration announced on July 2, 2013, that it would delay the penalties and reporting requirements of the Employer Shared Responsibility provisions (also known as the employer “play or pay” mandate) of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) until 2015.
This transitional relief did not delay the requirement to provide notice to employees of Exchange coverage options. These notices must still be provided to all current employees by …Read More
Employee onboarding, also known as new-employee orientation or assimilation, is the process by which an organization assimilates its new employees. It is one of the means for improving productivity, building loyalty and engagement, and helping employees become successful early in their careers with the new organization. This discussion includes the potential benefits and risks associated with onboarding, the types of information that should be …Read More
The following are some simple tips everyone can use to lower the stress level and increase productivity:
Make Time for Meetings and Completing Tasks – Segment your day to allow for meetings and the time necessary to complete tasks. It is very easy to lapse into scheduling meeting after meeting and not allow for the time necessary to actually complete your work. Blocking out time to complete a task on your calendar is just as important as …Read More