Onboarding Expectations: The New Hire View

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

CHROs need to make sure their organisation is doing enough to fulfil their new employees’ onboarding expectations. This should start before the employee even steps foot in the door on day one, providing them with an advance view of company policies, information about the team they are joining, the ability to get started on new...

5 Best Practices for Hiring the Best Talent in a Global Economy

Posted by: ADP on 25 July 2016 in Multinational & Globalization

Technology and rapid globalisation have had a dramatic impact on the workplace. Effective practices for hiring the best talent worldwide have changed, and modern Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs) must shift their talent acquisition strategies accordingly. Sixty-seven percent of modern workers feel positively about a future where “companies will search globally for the best talent,”...

Employee Happiness: How Much Does Unhappiness Cost?

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

Lost productivity due to the poor state of employee happiness costs American enterprises billions of dollars: Three hundred billion, to be exact, according to the Gallup-Healthways (1) Well-Being Index. That study details how increasingly unhappy people are with their jobs, managers, co-workers, and work environments. It also reveals that employee unhappiness results in absenteeism, presentism...

Employee Education: The Key to Keeping Them Safe Abroad

Posted by: ADP on 25 July 2016 in Multinational & Globalization

Employee education to mitigate risk can save lives. Not long ago, a senior marketing manager for Merck, the New Jersey-based global health care organisation, emerged from a long flight from Miami to Caracas. He was tired, but not so tired that he didn’t notice an airport anomaly: in addition to the expected inspections of boarding...

Workplace Diversity: Leveraging the Benefits of Difference

Posted by: ADP on 22 July 2016 in Human Capital Management, Non classé

Workplace diversity can be viewed in any number of dimensions, as HR leaders well know. Diversity isn’t only about race, ethnicity and gender, but can also encompass secondary characteristics such as working and communication styles, differences in career experience and more. Whatever the parameters, diversity is a fairness issue. Providing equal employment opportunity is also...