4 Signs Your Human Resources Department Has Reached "Strategic" Status



There’s a lot of buzz out there about Human Resources being a strategic player within an organization. In our eBook, "There Has to be a Better Way" (download it here for free), we talk about how being freed up from the minutiae of administrative tasks with a robust HRM system in place can allow your team to contribute to more meaningful and strategic tasks;

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Are you making “frupid” mistakes with your HCM?



In tight economic times, it can be tempting to trim costs and expenses in any way possible. But making decisions that look good initially can backfire and cost your company much more in the long run – the proverbial “penny wise and pound foolish” philosophy. A more amusing term for this is “frupid”: frugal, but stupid.

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Should you use personality tests when hiring?



Hiring is expensive, time consuming, and difficult. Every company wants to hire people who fit in to the corporate culture, contribute to the company’s growth and prosperity, and become happy employees (who stay with the organization).

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4 Hiring Mistakes to Avoid



Hiring is indisputably difficult, time-consuming, and costly. It generally costs much more to hire and train a new employee rather than retain an existing employee, and there’s always a significant risk that the employee won’t work out – won’t perform well, won’t like the environment, or won’t be a good fit with your existing team.

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5 important considerations when hiring out-of-market candidates



It’s a global economy these days, which means that the best candidates out there for a position you’d like to hire may be, well, really far out there. Social media and professional networks can easily expand your candidate search nationwide (or even globally) – sometimes unintentionally, as friends and contacts pass along your opportunities.

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4 Ways Human Resources can Stay Relevant in the Modern Workplace

As more employees work remotely and off-premises, companies may question what role HR should take in fostering company culture and maintaining work-life balance. In fact, with so many HR processes being streamlined by automated workflows, companies may question whether HR is relevant at all. Here are five ways in which HR continues to have a vital role in the success of your organization. 

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Enforcing a Dress Code without Inciting HR Disasters

As the weather warms up, and employees wear fewer sweaters and more sundresses, dress code complaints to HR skyrocket. Are you confused by what an employer can and can’t require in a dress code? You’re not alone!

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Enforcing a Dress Code without Inciting HR Disasters



As the weather warms up, and employees wear fewer sweaters and more sundresses, dress code complaints to HR skyrocket. Are you confused by what an employer can and can’t require in a dress code? You’re not alone!

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Top 3 Ridiculous Reimbursement Requests Submitted to HR

Expense reimbursement is usually pretty ho-hum: meals, mileage, rental cars and hotel charges make up the bulk of requests. But employees submit expense forms (with receipts!) for all manner of expenses – some of which are justifiable business expenses, and some of which are … well, definitely not.

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Top 3 Ridiculous Reimbursement Requests Submitted to HR



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