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Institutionalizing Payday Loans for your Employees?
gilberthr.blogspot.com

There is always a wonderful balance between rewarding the shareholders and the employees for productivity. But I just saw something on the SHRM floor that I am still trying to figure out how to assimilate it.

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The Uncomfortable Reality of HR Today
lancehaun.com

I’ve been out of day-to-day HR for four years. It was one of the best decisions that was ever made for me. That’s not just because it set me on my current career path (whatever that may be), but it…

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5 Transitions Great Leaders Make That Average Leaders Don’t
www.forbes.com

The secret to leadership is there aren’t any real secrets. The best leaders have simply gone to school on improving their tradecraft. While the capabilities possessed by the best leaders might seem otherworldly to many, they are merely the outcome of hard work, experience, perspective, and yes, a bit of …

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More employers are covering contraceptives
www.benefitspro.com

A report released by the Society for Human Resource Management indicates that 82% of employers offer contraceptive coverage, compared with 66% in 2009.

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Top-ranked Minnesota companies cite value of employee engagement
www.startribune.com

Employee engagement can be a workplace differentiator, according to a survey of large employers in the Minneapolis area. “Employees want a sense of control and autonomy. They don’t want to be micromanaged. They want a sense of competence and that they are making progress on their goals,” said Theresa Glomb of the University of Minnesota’s […]

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Opportunities for professional growth are crucial to retention
www.newsobserver.com

Companies are well-advised to offer opportunities that allow for personal and professional growth, writes Bruce Clarke, CEO of CAI. “Top talent is not something to lock down, apply golden handcuffs to and treat like the proverbial mushroom garden. Your best employees need sunlight, room to grow, good fertilizer and options,” Clarke writes.

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Fewer HR pros having difficulty with PPACA, survey finds
www.benefitspro.com

One-fifth of human resources managers report continued difficulty with understanding and complying with the Affordable Care Act, but that is down from 31% in 2010, according to data from the Society for Human Resource Management.

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A look at Big Data over time and its applications today in HR.
hiringsolved.com

Big data is a big deal, and will continue to be. HiringSolved takes a look at its applications in business, innovation, and now talent acquisition.

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Why Gen Y Can’t Get a Job?
visual.ly

This infographic provides a deeper look into why Generation Y is having such a hard time finding jobs out of college.

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Namely, A Startup That Helps Companies Keep Track Of Employees In The Cloud, Raises $3.35 Million Series A
www.businessinsider.com

Enterprise startups are all the rage.

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3 Recruitment Software Integration Tips
blog.simplicant.com

You might see the recruitment process as a series of disparate tasks. Looking at the process, you might consider talent sourcing, candidate relationship management, recruitment workflow, and social…

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Q&A with Viveka von Rosen, aka the “LinkedIn Expert”
www.sociallystacked.com

Even though LinkedIn was designed to facilitate business relationships from the Silicon Valley based founders, it was quickly adopted by jobseekers and recruiters. And became known as a job hunting site. But it is so much more than that! Over 225 million business professionals use it to not only source candidates, but find prospects, create […]

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7 Steps to Finding the Perfect Job
blog.simplyhired.com

Work is a way to earn a living. Work gives us independence, freedom, and increases our sense of self-worth. Yet, how often have you heard someone say “I hate my job,” or “oh no, its Monday again!” Fortunately, we can find jobs that empower us. The perfect job is looking…

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Taco Bell CEO Gred Creed: Traditional marketing no longer works
nrn.com

Marketing in its traditional sense no longer works in the competitive restaurant industry, said Greg Creed, chief executive of Taco Bell. Creed, speaking Thursday at the People Report Summer Brand Camp conference in Dallas, said the term “marketing” is dying out and, in its place, brands are becoming “publishers” and telling their own stories.

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