Back-to-Office Strategies

An HR guide to back-to-office strategies

The question for businesses now is how do we facilitate a positive return to the office? Although going back to work in person is often referred to as “return to work,” make no mistake: People have been working productively regardless of their location.

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employee empowerment

The key to global employee empowerment

With many global businesses now embracing a remote model, managers simply no longer have a choice but to enable and empower their employees. By embracing those changes, and putting a renewed focus on the employee experience in your management style, you can help drive your organization’s success.

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Getting executive buy-in: The power of Bob for the CFO

As partners in strategic business decisions, the CFO and HR have an important role to play when choosing an HCM. This guide explores how an HCM like Bob supports CFOs as well as CPOs in the modern workplace. We’ll cover data and insights for strategic decision-making and reporting, ensuring compliance for public companies, running compensation cycles, and ultimately increasing efficiency and saving time.

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Top 5 HR Goals for 2023

Top 5 HR goals for 2023

To meet the needs of today's workforce, employers need to determine what to focus on for the coming year and plan accordingly.

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HR guide in uncertain times: How to keep your people motivated

This guide will explore proven approaches to inspiring motivation through culture and management and ways to create a workplace that lends itself to this goal. We’ll also dive into proven motivation-building techniques that can help you through these challenging times and address technology's role in supporting this.

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A guide for bridging the global gap

What ties us to our coworkers isn’t shared desk space: it’s a shared mission. With teammates spread across a city, country, and even the globe, we’re faced with new communication challenges. How do we adapt and bridge the gap?

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hr role in crisis management

How HR can communicate with employees during a crisis

When a crisis hits, it’s imperative to protect business systems, processes, and profits. But the most important asset to protect is your people.

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Navigating the workforce planning process

It’s easy for workforce planning to feel like an overwhelming task, especially given the unpredictability of the world we live in. Planning for what lies ahead can feel like it requires nothing short of a crystal ball.

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HR Metrics that Matter

A guide to HR metrics that matter

HR Metrics are measurements that determine the effectiveness of your human resources initiatives. Once you’ve determined your critical goals for recruiting and retention and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEI&B), you can use HR metrics to take a data-driven approach to track and assess your progress and challenges.

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Workforce Planning and the CPO-CFO Relationship

Workforce planning: The importance of the CPO-CFO relationship

Creating a workforce planning process that works for everyone across your organization takes close collaboration with other teams, especially finance. When HR and finance leadership align on budgeting, cost-to-hire, forecasting, and payroll, the workforce planning process becomes smoother and aligned with the business’s current and future needs.

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Bullet Train Hyperautomating Workforce Management

Hyperautomate workforce management with HR tech

Workforce management approaches closely resemble those of human resource management (HRM). While HRM focuses on investing in the entire employee lifecycle, WFM focuses on productivity. The goals of WFM are to improve communication, resource use, and work products in ways that enhance productivity while also boosting employee engagement.

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Up Your Progressive HR Game

Up your progressive HR game

The pace of change is only getting faster. It's more important than ever to check in with yourself as much as possible and reflect on your personal and professional passions. Make it a point to carve out time for yourself every couple of months to stop and appreciate what went well and examine what was difficult.  For progressive HR leaders, it’s essential to not only look at the people needs of your organization, but it’s also critical that you examine the ways you want to up your game as an…

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Forging a feedback culture

Stop waiting, start asking: Forging a feedback culture

Unless you’ve been living the exception, “The Great Re-Evaluation” continues to pose some critical challenges to organizations wondering how to stem the tide and ensure they keep their talent close and committed. Many are focused on how to create a clear and compelling cultural narrative, doubling down on themes like how to become more adaptive and innovative.

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HR career moves: How CHROs’ competencies pave the way to CEO

HR career moves: How CHROs’ competencies pave the way to CEO

As experts in people (attracting, retaining, organizing, developing, supporting, and engaging), CHROs are integral executives who can ensure that a business continues to run, even in times of crisis. It’s time for the C-suite to understand what HR can deliver and what they can expect from these essential members of the C-team.

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Employee experience vs. work experience

The modern HR leader’s guide to employee experience vs. work experience

As you examine employee experience and work experience, it’s essential to understand the distinctions between the two.

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