How to Improve Retention: 3 Strategies for an Increasingly Global Talent Market

Posted by: ADP on 23 August 2016 in Human Capital Management, Non classé

In an increasingly global talent market, retention is only getting more difficult. Recent studies by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) indicate that, for CHROs, considering how to improve retention is a key concern for 2016. Some 56 percent of HR professionals in the U.S. believe that strong competition for talent and wages is...

Employee Learning Programs to Manage Workplace Stress

Posted by: ADP on 9 August 2016 in Human Capital Management, Non classé

No matter your company or industry, stress is a common workplace hazard. As a catalyst for employee health problems, lost productivity, absenteeism, burnout, resignations and workplace accidents, stress is hard to match. HR leaders should be seeking to implement employee learning programs that address the causes and consequences of stress. The Causes of Workplace Stress...

Collaboration Across Locations: A Guide for CHROs

Posted by: ADP on 5 August 2016 in Multinational & Globalization, Non classé

Organisations have experienced a rapid shift in how they are acquiring top talent. Globalisation, talent mobility, outsourcing and the rise of factors like remote work and the freelancing economy are reshaping the work environment. Today’s teams have to find ways to connect, build relationships and achieve high levels of collaborative productivity across continents, time zones...

Workplace Stress Management: How to Monitor and Intervene

Posted by: ADP on 25 July 2016 in Human Capital Management

Workplace stress management is a major concern, not just for HR leaders, but for entire organisations. Stress directly affects costs and morale and disrupts business operations. When your managers are stressed, it has large spill over effects, such as diminished organisational productivity and increased absenteeism. According to the American Institute of Stress (1), there is...

Wellness Programs Are Out, Well-being Initiatives Are In

Posted by: ADP on 25 July 2016 in Human Capital Management

BWith increasing frequency, U. S. employers are turning wellness programs — which traditionally focused on health and fitness — into employee well-being initiatives. Also called health and productivity programs, these well-being initiatives modify existing programs in order to include services, incentives, activities and other initiatives designed to boost employees’ overall well-being. According to Sandy Asch,...