Seasonal employment

What is seasonal employment?

Seasonal employment is a type of temporary employment in which the person works during certain times of the year. It is typically part-time, but there are also full-time, seasonal positions. Businesses that open only during certain parts of the year, like summer camps, hire seasonal employees. Other examples of companies that hire seasonal employees are those that need extra help during peak times, such as the holiday season.

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Gross wages

What are gross wages?

Gross wages refer to the amount of money earned before taxes are withheld from a paycheck and are the monthly salary people agree to when accepting a job. On a pay stub, gross wages are at the bottom of the page—usually in a larger font.

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How to stand out on compensation and benefits

In today’s competitive workforce environment, a good compensation and benefits package goes far beyond what appears on someone’s payslip.

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Time in lieu

What is time in lieu?

Time in lieu, also referred to as time off in lieu or TOIL, is when a person takes time off as an alternative to pay for overtime hours. It is a specific type of benefit employers can offer, creating a more flexible workforce.

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Leased employees

What are leased employees?

Leased employees are people who receive compensation from a staffing agency to perform work for a recipient company. Recipient companies generally bring in leased employees to fulfill a temporary position or complete a specific project.

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One-on-one meetings

How to optimize one-on-one meetings for your remote teams

One-on-one meetings are a dedicated, recurring time block on the calendar that opens up a space for managers and their team members to have honest, open-ended conversations. While many professionals prefer remote and hybrid work, the loss of face-to-face meetings has challenged interpersonal relationships.

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HR and hiring manager A-team

Collaboration is key: HR, hiring managers, and optimizing your recruitment strategy

Your recruitment and retention strategy is one of those projects. It requires regular input from recruiters, hiring managers, and HR team members searching for professionals who don’t just have the right skill set for the job but who also fit your company culture.

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People-first cultures and business resilience

How people-first cultures and HR tech support business resilience

Our customers' needs evolve all the time, and supporting this is in HiBob's DNA. We've built Bob–with the help of our customers’ feedback–to be bidirectional and agile enough to support businesses through radical market ups and downs.

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Functional Flexible Fun

A sign of the times? 3 key attributes of a modern HR platform

Let’s delve deeper into why modern HR platforms should be functional, flexible, and fun and what makes Bob different.

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Growing with intention: Scaling and supporting world class teams

Tune in to hear from industry experts as they discuss strategies to effectively scale and support a dispersed or multi-national workforce.

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HR titles in the new world of work

HR titles in the new world of work

Today’s job titles are beginning to reflect those changes and the increased importance of the employee experience. Newer HR functions and titles reflect the skills today’s HR leaders possess. New creative HR job titles like chief collaboration officer, people champion, and adventure coach all reflect the changing function of the HR professional’s role.

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Expense management and employee satisfaction

The effect of expenses on employee satisfaction and empowerment

It's clear that businesses need good spend management visibility and control. But what about employees? For most companies, their people are the biggest asset (and expense), and they must be appropriately equipped to do their jobs with minimal friction. This is where getting spend management and employee satisfaction right can be a real balancing act. But it can be done. Here are the three most important things to consider.

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Boomerang employees

Why boomerang employees hold the key to the Great Return

An impressive 4.5 percent of all new hires on LinkedIn were boomerang employees in 2021, up from 3.9 percent in 2019. So in the face of a talent shortage, attracting your former team members might just be the recruitment strategy you need.

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How to be a great HR leader

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

Leading a human resources team is no small undertaking. In addition to the need for hard skills like using HR technology and vast knowledge of complex topics like benefits and compliance, HR leaders must also demonstrate an entire arsenal of soft skills, including empathy, communication, organization, and leadership.

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Gender pay gap

What is the gender pay gap?

A gender pay gap is a difference in pay between men's and women’s average salaries.

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