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Initiatives are Lacking to Increase the Proportion of Women in Business Leadership – According to New Study by the HR...

Women remain under-represented in business leadership positions, and most organizations are not doing all they can to remedy the situation. The majority of HR professionals (68%) say their company does not hold senior leaders personally accountable for increasing the number of women in leadership positions. In addition, most companies (77%) are not incentivizing managers to promote more women into leadership roles. The free research…

Few Companies Have Top-Notch Learning Cultures – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

Performance of employee learning programs is not where it could be, especially in this time of remote work and increased technology for communications and work processes.  Among HR departments that use at least one learning technology, only about two-fifths (39%) say they are satisfied with their learning technologies. The free research report, The State of Learner Experience, Engagement, and Solutions 2020, is now available…

Engagedly’s Releases New Research Whitepaper On Working In The Era Of Covid-19

Engagedly, a leading progressive performance management and people enablement software company released recent survey results on how employees are coping with the uncertainty of the business climate and the impact on the engagement and their trust in their leadership. This report found a significant difference between the employees who are remote vs. the employees who are at the workplace. 65% of people that were…

Businesses Offering Voluntary Employee Benefits Are Reaping the Rewards – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

At a time when many employees and employers are under financial stress, some organizations are assisting them via various types of voluntary benefits, as suggested by new research from HR.com.  Voluntary benefits can potentially also help improve the overall employee experience and address the problematic issue of work/life balance. The free research report, Voluntary Benefits in Today’s Workplace, is now available for download. HR.com’s…

Employers Require Workforce Agility Now More than Ever – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

The contingent workforce is extensive, with the vast majority (91%) of organizations using some type of temporary or contingent workers for some portion of their workforce.  Amid continued economic and political uncertainty, companies may turn even more to a gig workforce as an agile and reactive approach to staffing and leveraging skills becomes more common. The free research report, The State of the Free…

Few Companies Have a Well-Planned and Strong Employer Brand – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

Only 37% of human resource (HR) professionals reveal that their organizations have a well-known and intentionally cultivated employer brand, and those without a strong brand could be harming business without realizing it. In this time of global crisis, it may be concerning to hear that more than one in four HR professionals actually believe their organization’s efforts to reflect social responsibility in their employer…

Alliance for Corporate Resilience Forms to Provide Research , Advocacy, and Action for Businesses in the wake of the current...

Thursday, April 16. 2020, Palm Beach Gardens, FL: The Alliance of Corporate Resilience (ACR) has been formed by three experts in the talent management industry, Louis Carter, David Nour, and John Baldoni. The three experts formed ACR to discover the depth of problems and identify immediate solutions to the crisis in corporations. ACR is conducting a survey to provide an overview of the scope…

Research Points to Common Sense Factors to Create Belonging in the Workplace

In today’s uncertain times, it has never been more important for employees to feel a sense of security in the organizations they devote their time and energy to work for. A recent survey of 1,000 employees across industries in five countries showed a large majority of people (82%) feel some sense of belonging in their workplace, but only 45% of employees strongly agree that…

Compensation Technology Landscape and Buyer’s Guide Report [New Research]

This post was originally published on this site Many employers spend more time and effort managing their $100 petty cash drawer than they do planning, strategizing, and managing a multimillion dollar compensation budget. This was one of many surprising findings in our latest research effort, digging into the world of compensation technology and the buyer’s mindset, but it certainly wasn’t the only one. The…

HR Moves Beyond Employee Engagement to Human Experience – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

This post was originally published on this site Most HR professionals say that workplace experiences have become more important in recent years. When asked about their importance to the HR department, fully 72% of HR professionals say the importance of employee experience is very high, and 63% indicate the same thing about the more comprehensive topic of human experience (HX).  Furthermore, nearly half (47%)…

Smashfly Recruitment Marketing Research Spotlights Talent Attraction Trends

NEW YORK, March 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Symphony Talent, the global leader in employer brand services and candidate experience technology, and SmashFly, the pioneering recruitment marketing and CRM platform, today shared the findings of its fifth annual Recruitment Marketing Benchmarks Report on the Fortune 500 that analyzes more than 20,000 data points on 33 recruitment marketing criteria and external business metrics. Inaugurated in 2015, the report has tracked…

Employers Can Better Leverage Candidate Screening Tools – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

This post was originally published on this site The vast majority of employers (93%) have pre-hire processes and tools in place, but fewer than half view their tools as good (40%) or excellent (5%). One of the primary challenges in regard to pre-hire technologies is integration, with just 16% saying the components of their pre-hire tools are well-integrated. The free research report, The State…

It’s Essential for Organizations to Make Pay Equity a Priority – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

This post was originally published on this site Despite the fact that pay inequities remain a serious challenge to employers worldwide, most organizations are still not making it a top priority.  Only a very small proportion (6%) of human resources (HR) professionals say pay equity is a top priority at their workplace. Further, just a quarter of surveyed employers say it’s among their top…

Ceridian to Accelerate Hiring in Canada with 2,000 Research & Development and Engineering Jobs

TORONTO–Ceridian HCM Holding Inc. (NYSE:CDAY) (TSX: CDAY), a global human capital management (HCM) technology company, today announced plans to accelerate hiring in Canada, with 400 new jobs in 2020 and more than 2,000 over the next five years. The positions will be based at Ceridian’s offices across Canada, including Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Winnipeg, Halifax, and Calgary. The new positions will include engineering, research and…