Under the new office concept, called the New Way of Working, outside of a few C-level employees, none of the unit’s workers have traditional desks, offices or cubicles.
A dependent spouse of active EE (both covered by our active group health plan) signed up for Medicare Part B on the instructions of the health insurance carrier and transferred to our medicare retiree plan from the active plan. As employer we were told we had to transfer dependent spouse to medicare retiree plan. Join the discussion!
In this month's Leading the Way in Training and Development from Workforce, you will learn how to maximize your team's self-awareness to turn raw talent into real leaders.
Advances in technology continue to strengthen HR departments with incredible power to effectively align HR initiatives to company-wide goals and overall organizational strategies. Choosing the right HR technology solution and leveraging it effectively requires a well-thought out strategy to ensure valuable return on your investment with a clear focus on real business results.
Your organization's employee training and development is critical — and directly impacts the customer experience. Download Best Practices in Training and Development to discover new ways of approaching training and development that will not only directly impact your customer experience, but also your bottom line.
When it comes to social recruiting, how savvy is your organization? In recent discussions with The RightThing clients, a large percentage have shared that while social platforms have quickly become a key component in their talent acquisition toolbox, most of these strategies remain in the infancy stage. As social talent solutions continue to evolve, now is the time for organizations to move beyond community creation and seek out additional ways to fully maximize this powerful medium.
In this month's Leading the Way in HR Technology from Workforce, you will learn trends to watch paired with innovative recruiting strategies and how they apply directly to your HR technology. Companies that put candidates through too many hoops can be viewed as behind the times or inconsiderate of applicants' time. Most HR functions reach a point where automated technology isn't just a “nice to have,” it's a must. But choosing the right technology can be difficult.