HR White Papers
White Papers from leading HR experts provide great insight and research on timely relevant HR topics.
As the traditional role of HR continues to evolve, one thing is clear: HR pros want to be more productive and involved by handling bigger issues that directly impact the company and its bottom line. Recently, HR Daily Advisor, in conjunction with BambooHR, polled more than 1,300 U.S.-based HR professionals to gauge their thoughts and attitudes regarding the challenges they're currently facing and how they spend their time versus how they think they should be spending their time. The results are revealed in this study.
Having an office party is an excellent way to enhance the workplace atmosphere. Employees can come together in a relaxed environment, meet each others' family and morale can be boosted significantly. While many benefits are to be gained from having office parties, there are more than a few liability issues that employers need to be wary of, including those related to alcohol consumption, harassment and religious factors.
It is imperative that forward-thinking companies accept, and take responsibility, for innovating more affordable, accessible and confidential employee wellness systems in a market that is traditionally driven by government policy. This special report is important if you are looking to implement or improve an employee wellness program. This report takes a look at how you can reduce cost for your stakeholders, while improving your wellness programs.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, new employees care more about mentoring and on-the-job training than perks like free food during the onboarding process, according to a survey of more than 1,000 U.S.-based employees conducted by BambooHR. The results of the survey are outlined in this study/infographic, and provide valuable insights into the importance of an effective onboarding process for training, retaining, and enabling effective employees.
Download this infographic from our friends over at BambooHR to learn what's annoying your employees and what sends them packing. Find out what matters most to your employees so you can make sure to keep them happy, engaged and doing their best work for many years to come! It's all right here in this infographic!
Recently, BambooHR polled more than 1,000 U.S.-based employees to ask why they left previous jobs and rate how annoying various aspects of work are on a scale from "acceptable" to "deal breaker." This study reveals "Tiers of Tolerance" and illustrates that as long as employees' pressing needs are met, they're willing to deal with what they consider to be lesser annoyances.
Today, technology makes working from home easier than in the past. Many low-cost products help to keep employees productive, accountable and in touch with the office. Most are so cost-effective for business goals that even small businesses are able to rely on the efficiency of remote workers. With all the good things to say about allowing employees to work-from-home, there are some management concerns. How can a manager keep employees honest when employees are not in cubicles across from the managerís office? What are some of the best ways to make sure employees who work-from-home are actually working while they are at home? This white paper introduces some tips on managing a remote workforce effectively.
For some HR or payroll professionals, writing a complete payroll manual from scratch can be a daunting task. All processes, policies and procedures must be documented to make it easier to refer to for any reason. Putting your procedures in writing helps to ensure the same outcome occurs for each payroll processing period. This information packed, free white paper, is a critical tool for anyone in the HR or payroll position.
As an employer or as the manager of human resources within your company, you may feel that the volatile economy of today creates a buyer's market in your favor when it comes to the hiring process. However, nothing is further from the truth if you are looking for top quality employees that you will actually want to keep over an extended period of time. In order to maintain a relationship with employees that are in high demand, you must create an employee recognition program that recognizes the achievements of your employees and gives them the incentive to want to move forward with your company. This white paper shares a few of the ways that you can create this employee recognition program or revamp the one that you already have.
As with all legislation designed to protect workers and enhance the workplace, the Family and Medical Leave Act has fallen victim to abuse by workers at virtually every level. The result for many employers has been a workforce that is actually less healthy on the job, somewhat less productive overall, and determined to use sick days for things that have nothing to do with personal or family medical matters. This white paper covers several key ways to prevent or at least discourage abuse of this key piece of legislation. Human resources professionals stand to gain in several significant ways by restructuring the way the office works, enhancing productivity and boosting overall employee attendance as a result. For those who are new to the legislation itself, or those human resources professionals who have long suffered at the hands of this law, preventing abuse is both a proactive way to improve office life and a great way to protect employees from their own potential for bad decision-making.