The work of recruiting and hiring new talent can be difficult to do well. In addition, tools and tactics evolve over time as well as HR trends.
In larger companies, HR staff are often responsible for a number of functions including the recruiting and hiring of new employees. While there are many aspects of these functions that are well established and never really change, there are other dynamics that do change or didn't exist previously.
The job market is heating up and hiring is on the rise. If your organization will be bringing on new hires, it pays to have a solid onboarding process.
New hire, or employee, onboarding is a critical function for any business. However, far too many businesses tend to overlook this process or downplay its importance.
It's that time of year when HR industry experts share what they see as the coming trends for the next year. HR management changes and evolves with technology and demographics.
Every year, the professionals and experts weigh in on what they see as coming or anticiapted trends for the Human Resource profession. Last year saw some of the same trends forecasted and the realities of both the HR industry and business in general reflect these.
Professionals in the HR management and payroll industry have always had challenges. This year is no different and the challenges grow as we approach the end of Q2.
Earlier this year, a survey by Bloomberg BNA and the American Payroll Association was conducted involving over 1,200 participants.