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The Three Best Ways To Manage Difficult Employees

August 8, 2017 /
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Ah, the difficult employee: the person that makes driving to work feel like waiting for someone to stab you with a pin needle over and over. Some of you may feel this sentiment is too strong, while some of you may feel like it’s not strong enough.

Everyone has that one person on their team that they feel like has a God-given ability to make your life miserable – an implied arch nemesis – if you will. The good news is that you aren’t helpless and we’re going to discuss a few strategies to be victorious over this villain in your life.

Before diving into the fix, let’s start with identifying three prominent personalities that can define difficult people. Although there may be others, these three seem to be prevalent in any context.

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California Law Updates: What You Need To Know

July 7, 2017 /
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There have been several recent updates to California laws in the past month. Seven municipalities have passed minimum wages that are higher than the state rate (currently $10.50), effective on July 1, 2017. Also note a new Domestic Violence Victim Leave Notice along with additional transgender employee protections under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). If you live/work in California, here's what you should know:

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Important Changes to the Paid Family Leave Policy in New York

July 3, 2017 /
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While careers are meant to be fulfilling emotionally, they also serve the important purpose of allowing providers to care for their loved ones. Sometimes, the commitment to the job can be at odds with the commitment to caring for family members. Recently, Governor Cuomo of New York instituted one of the most comprehensive and protective paid family leave policies in the entire country. Families who once had to choose between their job or career and spending time caring for loved ones will no longer have to do so. 

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3 Shared Traits of Effective HR Departments

June 27, 2017 /
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What do the best human resources departments have in common? Effective HR departments have to be flexible to advances in technology, social media, and changes in the economy. Changes in HR expected to happen by 2020 include shrinking departments because of advances in technology and employee self-serve payroll, benefits, and performance, and a need for more complex HR specialists and experts.

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The Employee Benefits Offerings That Drive Employee Satisfaction

June 20, 2017 /
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If figuring out the best employee benefits offerings to attract and keep the employees you need is a challenge for your company, you are not alone. In today’s fast-moving talent acquisition environment, daunting statistics await employers and recruiters:

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What to expect when you implement a new HCM system

June 13, 2017 /
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Before committing to any new HR or HCM system, it’s essential that your company and employees are well-prepared for a change of processes. Many failed implementations aren’t caused by lacking software capabilities; rather, they’re caused by a poor pre-implementation planning phase. In fact, according to Deloitte, an HR organization's ability to drive impact for and improve alignment with the business through use of SaaS HRMS solutions is dependent on the implementation strategy selected.

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4 Ways HR Managers can Retain and Attract Top Talent

June 5, 2017 /
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Recruiting in 2017 and beyond is very different than it was even five years ago, and it’s constantly evolving. To combat workforce issues like disengaged employees and Baby Boomers retiring en masse, employers have to step up their candidate experience and employer branding game to attract and retain top talent to get a competitive advantage in recruiting.

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How to Prevent Business Problems from Creating HR Challenges

May 24, 2017 /
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Human resource professionals spend a great deal of time stamping out fires — both minor and major — but the right business practices keep volatile tender out of the workplace and reduce HR problems. Here's a look at four ways you can prevent HR challenges created by business problems.

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How Will Trump's Obamacare "Repeal and Replace" Healthcare Bill Affect HR?

May 15, 2017 /
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As an employer or human resource manager, watching the changing and highly controversial health care bill development is worrisome. Regardless of political aspects of such a bill, there is an implication that employers will need to make changes to the services they provide. It could change how much they pay as well. What can you expect from this "Repeal and Replace"?

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3 Critical Components of Effective Workforce Management

May 10, 2017 /
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Considering the challenges employment regulations pose to U.S. businesses, many organizations recognize the need for outside human resources help. According to Gartner research published in HRMorning, some 80 percent of employers now outsource at least one aspect of the HR department. Most commonly, payroll flows off-site to vendors with a staff dedicated to all the intricacies of compensation and the tax liabilities associated with it.

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