With workers increasingly looking for more frequent feedback, the annual review is becoming a thing of the past in companies of all sizes. What can employers do instead that will engage employees on a regular basis to improve performance and retention? Here are three ways to give employees the continuous comments they want. Real-Time Reactions:

A Gallup report reveals that only 12% of employees strongly agree that their organization does a great job onboarding new employees. And the impact of this failure on retention can be huge, especially since nearly one-third of all new hires quit their jobs within the first six months according to SHRM. The key to keeping

The Workplace Bullying Institute (WBI) defines workplace bullying as repeated, health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons (the targets) by one or more perpetrators. It can result from acts of commission such as verbal abuse or threats as well as omission like withholding resources. And it is more common than you think. According to the

With more and more employees seeking a greater work-life balance, many companies are offering increased flexibility. And one of the most common perks is telecommuting. In fact, more than two-thirds of organizations now offer some type of telecommuting benefit. But to ensure the productivity of remote workers while protecting themselves against risk, an effective policy

Marijuana legalization across the US is increasing recreational and medical use of the drug. And in some workplaces, that’s having an impact on productivity and safety. To maintain an optimal working environment, many organizations are developing policies governing the use and possession of the drug, as well as impairment. In Workforce magazine, Complete Payroll Solutions

Should You Go Gray?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the labor force participation rate is expected to increase fastest for the oldest segments of the population—most notably, people ages 65 to 74 and 75 and older—through 2024. With this changing composition of the workforce, should your company capitalize on the trend? Here are five reasons you may want

In today’s dynamic regulatory environment, HR departments are expected to keep up with the latest requirements to ensure continued compliance. But with limited resources, staff, or expertise, it can be challenging to understand just what the IRS, DOL, OSHA, and other governmental bodies are asking of organizations, and how to supply it, putting you at

Depending on your business, you may have employees that are classified as exempt or non-exempt, or both. The distinction is key because non-exempt workers are eligible for federal minimum wage and overtime pay protections under the Fair Labor Standards Act – and may be protected by state wage and hour laws as well. But the