Cutting Back On Ad-Hoc HR Costs

13 February, 2018
By G-Team in Human Resource
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Based on a recent study by ADP, a human resources management software firm, they found that 70% of small businesses in United States use ad-hoc HR managers. Essentially, this term refers to non-HR certified professionals to take on crucial HR responsibilities such as payroll, time tracking and performance reviews in addition to their day jobs. Moreover, the study also revealed that majority of these ad-hoc HR managers are also leaders with a lot of responsibility, with more of half the surveyed respondents being the business owners themselves.
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Burnout Is A Workplace Problem

09 February, 2018
By G-Team in Human Resource
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There are no doubt days whereby people feel tired while at work and long to take a short nap to recharge. However, when one starts to feel lethargic, lack energy and motivation, these are clear signs of a burnout.

Burnout arise due to a combination of factors. It could be due to a heavy load of homework or stressful work environment. In the case of working adults, people who experience burnout at work tend deal with too many demands at work. This includes unrealistic demands, unpredictable schedules, difficult interactions with colleagues or clients as well as technology challenges.
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Are Women Likely To Be Paid Less When They Do Not Reveal Pay Salaries?

06 February, 2018
By G-Team in Payroll
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When it comes to negotiating salaries, it seems that gender bias might very well be present in the workplace. An online salary, benefits and compensation information company, PayScale, has recently released its latest study: The Truth About the Salary History Question.

The study delves into the employer practice of asking job candidates about their pay history during job interviews. While legally, interviewees are not obliged to answer the question, it seems that suppressing their salary history can ultimately affect their salary offers.
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Making Use Of Technology To Improve Your Employee Onboarding Process

30 January, 2018
By G-Team in Technology
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Starting a new job can be stressful but starting at a new company without a structured onboarding process can make your new hire think twice about joining. Research have shown that new hires are likely to leave their new companies within the first 18 months of their employment. Considering the costs and time involved in finding, attracting, onboarding and training your new employees, it would make sense to develop an organised employee onboarding process. After all, it is the first impression that counts. And a smooth and structured onboarding process can create a favourable impression on your new hires and expose them early to the company's culture.
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