Even with a modern focus on strategic HR, compliance is still the main reason HR exists. There’s a dual protective purpose: compliance helps protect employees from harm at work while protecting the organization from the penalties attached to labor laws. Compliance is just the baseline, however.
HR isn’t easy work, and it can be unglamorous to the point of making scapegoats of the people in charge. But with the right tools and strategies, HR can overcome these stereotypes and prove the strength that comes from taking care of people’s needs while building and protecting a successful organization.
Developing a just-right combination of performance management software and strategy makes all the difference in your results.
Turnover is inevitable. Understand employee attrition vs. turnover so you can better develop your staffing strategy. Learn more here!
These three techniques help employees understand why talking politics in the workplace is such a bad idea—and how they can develop trust instead.
These key payroll performance metrics will ensure your organization's payroll process allocates resources correctly while fully supporting your employees.
These 40 essential tools for working from home can help organizations maintain productivity and engagement even with a remote workforce.
Keeping payroll records is an important step for any employer. But how long do you have to keep payroll records, and how can you keep them organized?
Becoming or working with a certified payroll professional can support a great employee experience in your organization with timely, accurate payroll.
For many employees, changes in company culture can feel as intimidating as a fully operational Death Star. Here are some practical solutions from Star Wars.
To become a great HR manager, you need to master three foundational areas: hiring, onboarding, and employee satisfaction. Read this article to learn how.
A BambooHR survey asked 1112 small and medium-sized businesses about the impact HR has in supporting their most important business goals.
Asking the right questions can help current employees understand your focus & stay engaged. Read on for a list of strategic internal interview questions to ask.
Employee engagement is the key to your organization's success. We've created a guide of employee engagement strategies to help you start developing it.
Analyzing the cost of onboarding helps put your strategy in perspective and gives you context for better staffing decisions.
Does your organization value your employees’ full potential? Understanding offboarding's place in the employee lifecycle solidifies that.