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Archive for February 2014

Infographic: 5 Trends in HR for 2014 and Beyond

By ldunivan on Feb 26 2014

Larry Dunivan is EVP of Ceridian. Follow Larry on Twitter: @LarryDunivan As the year 2014 gets into full swing, companies everywhere are ramping up their attention to human resources, looking at their current HR technology and committing to a stronger, more efficient way of managing the workforce. As we look ahead to an exciting new year rife more…

Human Capital Management

3 tips for keeping up productivity during the Olympics

By Team Ceridian on Feb 19 2014

This article was written by Karen Huss, VP of Corporate Relations at Ceridian. Follow her on Twitter at @karenhuss.  Keeping employees engaged and productive is the goal of any employer. But, sometimes, there are extenuating circumstances like the Olympics. What can you do? Use them to your advantage! While many employees will remain focused, attention spans more…

Employee Engagement

Do voluntary benefits programs impact employee retention?

By Team Ceridian on Feb 19 2014

It’s always expensive for companies to bring new employees into the fold, and not just because of paying salaries. Providing robust benefits is sometimes equally financially challenging for organizations, and it’s leading some human resource executives to rethink their approach to human capital management. Considering the hefty price tags attached to health insurance and other employment more…

Human Capital Management

The ‘less is more’ theory in human capital management technology

By ldunivan on Feb 18 2014

Register now for the Feb 20 Webinar on HR Technology Integration – Less is More with Larry Dunivan, executive vice president of Ceridian. Follow him on Twitter: @larrydunivan When it comes to using complex technology infrastructures for human capital management, too much can be a bad thing. If your HR office is buried in a pile of wires more…

Transformative Technology

What factors influence a manager’s integrity?

By Team Ceridian on Feb 18 2014

One of the most important elements of human capital management is the bond between employees and their direct supervisors. Solid management practices are the key to keeping workers engaged and productive – if employees get along well with their bosses, they’re likely to be happy and hardworking, but if conflict arises, it can affect their more…

Career Advice, Employee Engagement

Help your employees feel the love on Valentine’s Day

By Team Ceridian on Feb 14 2014

In human capital management, business leaders have become aware of the importance of showing employees love, and there is no better time to start than on Valentine’s day, a special occasion for celebrating love and affection! According to Shep Hyken, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, “If you are a part of – or more…

Employee Engagement

#NGAShow14: HCM Tech Affects Grocers’ Employment Law Compliance

By howardtarnoff on Feb 14 2014

This blog post was written by Howard Tarnoff, Sr. VP of Customer Success at Ceridian. Follow him on twitter @htarnoff. My blogging this week (here and here) has delved into how the right technology vastly improves grocers’ human capital management. Today’s entry focuses on HCM technology’s connection to compliance with employment law. Regulations are growing in more…

Human Capital Management

The true value of employee assessment

By Team Ceridian on Feb 13 2014

Constantly in human capital management, corporate HR offices find themselves needing to stop and assess the progress of their employees, figuring out who’s on the fast track to success and who may be lagging behind. Employee assessment has become a major point of emphasis in HR. By finding the workers who are performing the best, more…

Human Capital Management

Providing break times can help keep employees engaged at work

By Team Ceridian on Feb 13 2014

Human resource offices have always made it a major point of emphasis to work on employee retention and productivity, but it can be difficult to keep workers engaged when they’re feeling overworked. If employees are given too many responsibilities, it can put them on a slippery slope toward burnout, which may lead to them quitting more…

Employee Engagement

4 reasons to make sure employees are rewarded

By Team Ceridian on Feb 12 2014

In talent management, one of the most important questions that business leaders grapple with on a daily basis is how to make sure employees feel rewarded. If workers aren’t treated with respect – if they’re viewed as drones ordered to carry out business tasks rather than human beings – they aren’t likely to stick around more…

Employee Engagement, Recruitment & Talent Management

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