Human Capital Management Blog

Strategies for HCM Professionals

Archive for April 2014

The power of leadership, and 3 other factors that drive workplace engagement

By Team Ceridian on Apr 30 2014

The typical HR office is willing to try just about anything in its constant quest to drive high levels of employee retention and productivity. Everything from payroll to benefits to an entirely overhauled corporate culture is on the table. Retention is vital to an organization – it’s what keeps the workforce humming along smoothly, and more…

Employee Engagement

FUTA Tax: What You Need to Know

By Team Ceridian on Apr 29 2014

This blog post was written by Webster Hill, Executive Vice President, Ceridian Tax Services. Passed into law in 1939, the Federal Unemployment Insurance Tax Act (FUTA) established a federal tax to help provide funding for state workforce agencies. Recent years have seen changes to FUTA-related tax rates and credits, and a large number of states more…

HR Compliance

Taking the pulse of the workforce with employee engagement surveys

By Team Ceridian on Apr 29 2014

As HR offices seek to elevate their companies’ levels of employee retention and productivity, they’re finding that they can’t always adopt the same blanket rules that apply to organizations. Like snowflakes, no two workforces are alike, and employers need to make sure they’re tailoring their engagement strategies to meet the specific needs of the people more…

Employee Engagement

3 key ways that business intelligence impacts recruiting and hiring

By Team Ceridian on Apr 28 2014

Recruiting and hiring are highly competitive fields, and those parties on both sides of the transaction have a vested interest in getting ahead. Companies are eager to beat out their competitors by hiring the best possible people, and meanwhile, job hopefuls are looking to do everything they can to find the ideal positions. They want more…

Recruitment & Talent Management

The importance of trust to continued employee engagement

By Team Ceridian on Apr 28 2014

As companies seek to continually maintain high levels of employee retention and productivity, they often begin by emphasizing strong relationships between workers and their supervisors. The thinking is that if people get along well with their bosses, good things will follow – they’ll work hard, and they’ll be less inclined to leave their current jobs more…

Employee Engagement

Approaching ‘career pathing’ with a new generation of employees

By Team Ceridian on Apr 25 2014

One thing that corporate human resource professionals inevitably discover as they work to develop talented people is that workers are not robots. They are not simply programmed to come in to work each day and complete the same rote tasks, again and again and again, ad infinitum from day one until retirement. They’re human, and more…

Human Capital Management

Improving customer loyalty through superior human capital management

By Team Ceridian on Apr 24 2014

Every business, whether focused on retail or food service or technology or any other industry, has a vested interest in improving customer loyalty. If you can get a consumer to buy your product once, that’s nice – that’s a sale, and it will earn your business a few bucks. But if you can keep them more…

Human Capital Management

Focusing on all kinds of corporate health and wellness

By Team Ceridian on Apr 24 2014

One of the primary objectives of any human resources office is to prioritize wellness. The thinking is that if workers are healthy, they’ll be more productive. With that in mind, HR leaders have set out to make corporate health and wellness a key value in the years ahead. But here’s the thing. When people in more…

Health & Wellness

4 key strategies for improving recruiting at the college level

By Team Ceridian on Apr 23 2014

As they look for creative ways to improve their approach to recruitment services, many HR offices opt to focus their efforts on the college ranks. Today, colleges and universities represent a ripe area to pluck talent cheaply and efficiently, and countless businesses are taking advantage. It’s an ideal situation for them. When surveying places to more…

Recruitment & Talent Management

How companies can do more for employees’ retirement planning

By Team Ceridian on Apr 23 2014

The challenges of maintaining corporate health and wellness are by no means limited to physical health. There are other components of an employee’s well-being that are equally important, and companies need to look out for them too. Take, for example, financial health. If HR offices do nothing for workers’ finances besides hand them paychecks and more…

Health & Wellness, Human Capital Management

Page 1 of 212
  • Learn how onboarding, engagement, learning and performance management align and create a better employee experience… t.co/qFyRGS650j

Follow @Ceridian on twitter.