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.
HR in 2020 looks a lot different than what you planned for. Check out a few of the common HR challenges in 2020 and ideas for tackling these new problems.
Learn how remote HR teams can pull together and foster better collaboration despite the challenges of remote work.
Learn how to create and improve mental health initiatives that help your employees while improving your profitability.
Bad bosses are bad for business. Learn which behaviors to avoid with a sneak peek at our updated bad boss data for 2020.
After a crisis like the one we’re currently experiencing, returning to the office isn’t as simple as “see you all back at the office on Monday.” Employees need to feel safe coming back to their workplace. Post COVID-19 (or once your company deems it necessary work to resume normal operations), your organization needs to be prepared.
Understand how to digest your eNPS® survey data to measure employee satisfaction and build effective HR initiatives with the help of our HR expert, Cassie Whitlock.
Toby’s handling of HR doesn’t even get an “A” for effort. Avoid his top four mistakes, and create a better workplace than the Scranton branch.
When you're running a small business, productivity levels can make a big difference in overall profitability. Unfortunately, most workers only spend about 27 percent of their time on skilled tasks—the duties you hired them for.
Remote work trends clearly show that it’s here to stay, but what does that mean for your organization? Learn when remote work might be right––and when it might not.
Cassie Whitlock, director of HR at BambooHR, explains how BambooHR has adapted performance management for our fully remote workforce.
Virtual events have tremendous potential. Here’s how your organization can make the most of your transition from live events to virtual.
Many businesses are pivoting to virtual events in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Explore our top tips for holding a virtual event during a crisis here.
Cassie Whitlock, director of HR at BambooHR, explains how her team has adapted to remote HR work and helped the rest of BambooHR do the same.
These three techniques help employees understand why talking politics in the workplace is such a bad idea—and how they can develop trust instead.