The 9 Faces of HR: A Disruptor’s Guide to Mastering Innovation and Driving Real Change by Kris Dunn

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Having spent over two decades of his life as a manager, director, and Vice President of Human Resources for small and big companies alike, Kris Dunn has seen all the facets of human resource management and met different types of personnel. Every workplace is unique. Some have more laid-back yet highly-productive work environments, while others […]

How Are Process Specialists Improving HR Teams

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Organizations have to continuously improve in today’s business environment if they are to survive and grow. New trends in people management, employee productivity, and employee retention are shaking the current mindset and operations of today’s human resource teams. While statistics from Business Process Trends show that 93% of organizations were engaged in multiple process improvement […]

The Biggest HR Technology Challenges

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With the rapidly evolving world of business, human resources are adopting technologies to manage people more efficiently. In fact, 30% of mid- to large-sized companies will be transferring their HR management to a cloud-based employment suite. Without such technology, companies spend a total of $4.39 for every single HR task. HR technology essentially automates routine […]

Workplace Safety Systems in the Digital Age

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Employers are responsible for providing an environment where their employees feel comfortable and safe to work.  Occupational health and safety practices address this by helping ensure that businesses of any size are able to identify and prevent risks. This involves monitoring their vital physical and human assets, any property damage, employee absences, and injuries.  While […]

Book Review: #ZigZagHR – Why the Best HR is No Longer HR

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Technology isn’t just changing the way people work; it’s also changing how they are and will be managed. The disruptive nature of technology is forcing human resource teams and managers to re-evaluate current systems in order to jive with the needs and expectations of the workforce in the fourth industrial revolution. In their book #ZigZagHR: […]

Remote Human Resources

Most Cost-Effective Ways to Handle Remote Human Resources

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The primary benefit of remote working for employers is the amount of savings from not having to lease physical office space, estimated to cost $11,000 per employee annually.  American firms with part-time staff who worked remotely reported savings of up to $5 billion in 2018. Most virtual teams also shoulder internet connection fees. Remote working […]

How to Prepare Human Resources for Data Privacy Regulations

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In this age of digitalization, cyberattacks and data breaches have become a global issue that affect governments, businesses, and even individuals. In response, countries have been working on creating laws and regulations that protect the rights of users with regards to their data. These data privacy and security regulations have serious implications for human resource […]