Editor's Note: In today's fast-paced news cycle, we know it's difficult to keep up with the latest and greatest in HR. To make sure you're updated, we're recapping our most popular stories every month in our "In Case You Missed It" series. Keep reading for June's top stories!
Can HR Really Measure Company Culture?
A company's culture can have a significant impact on everything—from hiring the best talent to decreasing employee turnover—but culture is also a concept that can prove hard to measure or control. Fortunately, new HR services and technologies are emerging to offer ways to do just that.
How Big Data is Closing the Information Gap on Salary
Traditionally, employers have been on one end of the job search, with endless information about their prospects, and hopeful job seekers have been on the other, with limited knowledge of the companies, cultures and careers they're pursuing. But today, that norm is shifting.
You Have a Bad Review on Glassdoor. Now What?
Today sites like Glassdoor and Ferrygodboss allow candidates to read all about what current and former employees think about a company in just a few clicks. How should you react if an employee writes a bad review about your company?
Can You Get Away Without an HR Department?
Human resources professionals manage your company's most important asset: your people. But investing in one HR employee—let alone an entire department—can seem out of reach for many small businesses. The consequence?
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5 ways to make your workplace more LGBTQ+ inclusive
A diverse workplace is only as strong as the measures it puts into place to foster authentic and meaningful inclusion. People know when you're making a real effort or just going through the motions. We need to create work environments where everyone feels welcome and is empowered to bring their full self to work.
Improve workplace culture with modern compliance training
According to Gartner, workers are twice as likely to quit their jobs after observing compliance violations. Quite simply, non-compliance is costly. Not only does it mean hefty fines, but it also has the potential to hurt and organization’s reputation and decrease employee morale. What also makes compliance particularly challenging is that laws and regulations constantly change and update.
Three essential elements for a future-ready workforce
The notion of “future ready” can mean different things, but there is one common thread when the topic is discussed within forward-thinking organizations. It’s possible for both employees and the company to thrive even within a very fluid and challenging operating environment as long as the right structural and technological elements are in place. Three key factors help create and maintain this ability to thrive: