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5 sessions I’m excited to attend at #SHRM16

By Deb LaMere on Jun 16 2016

By Deb LaMere, VP of Employee Engagement, Ceridian The Society for Human Resource Management’s annual conference and exposition is coming this June, and there are more reasons to be excited than I can count. #SHRM16 is the largest human resource event in the world, and there is so much this year’s conference is set to cover. more…

Employee Engagement, Human Capital Management

4 tips for implementing real cultural change that will help your business

By Team Ceridian on Feb 10 2016

Perhaps what’s most challenging about human capital management today is having to bring together many disparate groups of people to form one cohesive company culture. Today’s workforce includes many members of the baby boomer generation who are still going strong into their sixties, many new graduates just starting their careers and countless more who are more…

Employee Engagement

6 interesting findings about the millennial mindset in today’s workforce

By Team Ceridian on Jul 13 2015

At this juncture, one of the greatest challenges in human capital management is managing several different generations of employees. The gaps between the age groups are becoming more pronounced with time – the baby boomer group is heading for retirement, but a few still linger behind, and meanwhile millennials are entering the workforce in droves. more…

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5 tips for engaging the ‘Generation Y’ employees among your ranks

By Team Ceridian on Apr 24 2015

As technology evolves over time and the workforce begins to skew younger, it’s inevitable that companies’ strategies for managing their talent must adapt to stay up to date. Many of today’s employees are from a different generation – it’s one that’s not only younger but more independent and brings higher expectations for workplace technology. It’s more…

Human Capital Management

4 motivation strategies that work best with the millennial generation

By Kelly Allder on Sep 26 2014

While organizations (and HR in particular) always to work towards achieving high levels of employee retention and productivity, it can be variably difficult, depending on the demographics of the particular employees involved. If your staff is made up veteran workers who are comfortable in their positions and have no trouble staying motivated, that’s one thing. more…

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The ‘sandwich generation’ is caught between parents and children

By Team Ceridian on Dec 10 2013

When it comes to corporate health and wellness, the best approach is to focus not just on keeping the employee healthy, but rather to pay attention to the entire family. Within a certain demographic, many workers worry about providing for their spouses and children with their jobs, not merely themselves. That’s not all. There are more…

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3 keys to engaging with the younger generation

By Team Ceridian on Nov 27 2013

While everyone in human resources makes it a priority to ensure employee retention and productivity, this can sometimes be a challenge when the workforce includes a diverse collection of workers of all ages. HR is always chasing its dream of peak employee engagement, but the same tricks that work on baby boomers may not be more…

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Webinar Wrap-up: Ceridian checks the ‘Pulse of Talent’ in employee engagement webinar

By Team Ceridian on Nov 26 2013

As human resources leaders work tirelessly to ensure employee retention and productivity, they attempt to seek out specific factors that make the biggest difference. Their goal is to keep employees consistently engaged, and they’re looking to isolate exactly what can help them meet that objective. Ceridian recently held a webinar to discuss the research it’s more…

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The role of generational differences in employee motivation

By Team Ceridian on Nov 6 2013

There are many reasons that maintaining employee retention and productivity is a more difficult challenge for a large corporation than a small business. One problem is that the bigger the company, the more diverse the workforce is likely to be, including a broad spectrum of generations of workers. Human resources leaders look to provide adequate more…

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Bridging the gap between millennials and their managers

By Team Ceridian on Oct 8 2013

Especially in this modern era, with today’s generations so segmented and stereotyping so pervasive, catering to employees from disparate demographics is one of the toughest challenges facing HR professionals in human capital management. Many senior HR executives, being far along in their careers, tend to be on the older side – they’re members of Generation X or more…

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