While what we care most about during a crisis are very human issues such as emotions, safety, and family, it’s technology that is going to be the first and best way to stay connected with your people.
Once a candidate accepts a job offer, it is time to begin onboarding the new hire. Onboarding is the process of helping new hires adjust to their new role, learn job responsibilities, adapt to an organization’s culture, and complete all new hire paperwork within a time frame.
Organizations are recognizing the importance of employee onboarding, as a SHRM study states that turnover during the first 18 months on the job can be as high as 50%.
Long before anyone had heard of Covid-19, the demand for remote work was already growing.
Both business leaders and their employees discovered that remote work had many benefits and very few disadvantages. For instance, working remotely reduces the overheads that business owners need to pay for electricity and desk space.
Remote work also means that your employees can spend less time on their commute, and more time getting things done. It’s no wonder that 50% of the workforce is set to be operating remotely by the end of this year.
Now that a global pandemic has pushed countless companies to experiment with remote work, it seems certain that more flexible working policies will begin to appear. The question for today’s employers is how they can create a remote work policy that supports their team.
The COVID-19 lockdowns have changed the face of small businesses and corporate America. Businesses have gone from the thought of their workers working remotely as “something we’ll implement someday” to “we have to do it now.” COVID-19 didn’t give them a choice. It was “do or die” for many if they wanted to remain in business.
One of the biggest obstacles for military veterans is finding meaningful employment after service. These highly trained individuals are required to make a dramatic shift in their terminology, practices, habits and expectations when entering the civilian workforce. Despite this, however, veterans can bring numerous benefits to your organization, including proven leadership and problem-solving skills, integrity, loyalty and a strong work ethic.
PeopleGuru HCM, a cloud-based Human Capital Management (HCM) solution, is pleased to announce that it is now fully integrated with Verify Every Applicant (VEA!®), Capital Associated Industries’ background check technology.
This integration will help mid-market organizations streamline their recruiting processes, eliminate duplicate data entry, and mitigate the risks associated with a bad hire.
PeopleGuru, a leader in Human Capital Management (HCM) software, has released its Expense Management solution as part of its full HCM offering to help agile, mid-market organizations automate the expense management process, control business costs, and simplify the employee experience.
Today’s workplace, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, is an increasingly digitally-dependent one. With a younger, more tech-savvy generation entering the workforce, companies are being pushed into digitizing the employee experience: starting first and foremost with how they recruit talent. The days of using cold calls, classifieds, and sifting through piles of resumes to acquire talent are long past — today, technology is changing the talent acquisition landscape. So what does technology-driven talent acquisition look like?
The novel Coronavirus pandemic has everyone on edge.
Millions of small, medium, and large scale organizations around the world are partially or completely closed. Many are recording 100% revenue loss.
Amidst this unprecedented situation, it is important that HR leaders rise to the occasion and respond to prevailing Coronavirus concerns.
Here in this post, we will shed light on how HR should handle Coronavirus concerns.