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Your hybrid work questions answered: Hear what our HR experts had to say

Which hybrid work model is the best? How do you care for employee wellbeing outside of the office? 4 HR pros share their best practices on everything hybrid work.

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How to be a great HR leader

How to be a great HR leader in the new world of work

Hibob founder Ronni Zehavi sits down with HR thought-leader Josh Bersin to talk about the 4 must-have skills for future HR leaders.

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4 ways to celebrate Black History Month in the workplace

We’ve put together a list of ideas to help you create meaningful programming for Black History Month. With a little tweaking and a solid Internet connection (thanks Zoom!), these can all be adjusted to our current WFH reality.

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4 things to know before starting an Employee Resource Group

A generation ago, diversity in the workplace was a social movement. Today, it’s a business imperative. Get tips on how to start an ERG at your company, and create a more inclusive workplace where everyone can make a difference.

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4 ways to transform your company’s culture of feedback

Keep your people engaged and motivated by encouraging feedback at every level of the organization, and not just at prescribed moments like a quarterly or annual review.

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5 tips for increasing retention

Great businesses are built by and with great people. If you can't hold onto your talent, you'll feel it in your bottom line. With the world in flux and the future uncertain, we need to keep our people as happy as possible. Employee retention is a key concern for HR, especially while working remotely during a plague. Here are five tips that will help you increase retention, starting now. Five tips for retaining top talent 1. Encourage friendliness across ranks A friendly hello, especially from an unexpected (and higher-up) colleague,…

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Metrics that matter for employee retention

Employee retention is, always has been, and probably forever will be a top concern for HR, recruiters, and management. With its associated costs and cultural impact, keeping retention rates high is a way for organizations to save on recruiting and onboarding costs while increasing employee loyalty and trust. Planning an effective retention strategy needs to go beyond analyzing retention rates and explore the factors impacting retention: culture, recognition, personal development, compensation, and loyalty. Let’s explore some of the metrics most impacting retention: eNPSCareer path ratioSalary changeDiversity metrics eNPS for retention…

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3 tips for attracting top talent

Great companies are run by great people. Without investing in hiring and retaining top talent, you won't be able to achieve big dreams. Retention has historically been a major concern of HR, and rightfully so: high turnover drains morale, hiring budgets, and available talent pools. Want to keep your culture healthy, employer brand positive, and employees satisfied? Check out (and take advantage of!) our three tips for boosting employee retention. 1. Encourage communication Want employees to give you their best? Make sure you want to hear it! From junior employees…

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Metrics that matter: salary average and salary change

We work hard for the money, don’t we? It’s almost impossible to talk about work without bringing up salary. What we’re paid is supposed to be representative of our employer-defined worth—and, on a larger scale, how the employer values their workforce. Salary average and salary change are both important HR metrics for measuring how the workforce is compensated as a whole, or in large groups. For companies competing for talent—we see you, EPD recruiters—salary average can help you understand your market position for recruiting. And for those fighting to retain…

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Performance management needs to include learning and development

Why do we work? Most of us need a source of income, sure. But what else?  We want to develop passions and interests; meet like-minded people; grow our knowledge and skillsets. Grow as people. That’s why our jobs are usually more than just what we do for a few hours a day—they’re part of our lives and identities. And when we feel like we’re growing and developing, we’re more likely to stick around at our jobs, perform better, and achieve better business outcomes. According to a study published in the…

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A metric that matters: salary range penetration

What should you be getting paid? It’s a tough question to answer. From the dreaded job application question about your preferred salary to annual or biannual salary reviews, however, you’ll have to assign a dollar value to your work. Too high and you risk losing everything; too low and you risk underselling yourself. How do you know what’s right? Working in HR, you’re in the position to make sure all of your people are being compensated fairly and equitably. Understanding each employee’s salary range penetration will help you do that.…

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Metrics that matter for succession planning

Every employee matters. That’s why we invest so much in recruitment and retention: because we know that every talent we bring in is valuable. So, when an employee departs, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, they’ll leave a hole—responsibilities that need to be covered to keep the business running smoothly. Succession planning, defined by SHRM as “a focused process for keeping talent in the pipeline,” is a safety net for your organization. Investing in succession planning is an investment in your people and teams, building an action plan that will last long…

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7 best HR podcasts to follow in 2021

As we head towards the end of 2020, HR managers have risen to the occasion as key players in helping their people and organizations navigate the ever-increasing challenges that have arisen in the workplace due to COVID-19. As the world of work changes and we learn to define the new normal, we need to stay up-to-date on best practices, news, and trends. Want to stay on top of your HR game? Check out the seven HR podcasts that we recommend that you follow in 2021. Plug in your headphones, choose…

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6 steps to creating a diversity and inclusion committee

Is your organization ready to take diversity and inclusion programming to the next level? Building a diverse and inclusive workforce has a measurable impact on your business: more productive teams, increased engagement, stronger loyalty, and quantifiable bottom-line results. Diversity and inclusion efforts often start with diverse recruiting, to build stronger teams, but once those teams are created there’s much more work to be done. One way to build a strong, more inclusive culture is to create a diversity and inclusion committee: a guided group of employees working together on D+I…

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Metrics that matter (WFH productivity)

Metrics for measuring work-from-home happiness and productivity

Moving from shared offices to working from home is a big transition demanding thoughtfulness and attention to the smallest details. From hiring to firing, every HR process needs to be redesigned to fit this new reality. Redeveloping your onboarding process, rebuilding your performance management, and helping your employees maintain work-life balance is only the beginning. Because once you’ve done it all, you have to take the next step: reviewing the data, drawing insights, and figuring out what your work was worth.The impact of work from home on your teammates can’t…

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