HR Management


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    Union membership rates decreased, BLS reports

    The rate of unionizing went down, but the number of workers in unions went up.

    By Jan. 26, 2023
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    Managers influence mental health more than therapists, employees say

    A global study from UKG shows how big a role the workplace plays in people’s mental health.

    By Jan. 25, 2023
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    Deep Dive

    5 trends that will shape HR in 2023

    The attention paid to people issues has placed HR leadership in the C-suite’s spotlight, but the next task is keeping the momentum going.

    By Jan. 24, 2023
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    Can Shopify’s meeting experiment solve corporate America’s morale ‘buzzkill’?

    Workers’ time spent in meetings more than tripled during the pandemic, according to Microsoft data.

    By Jan. 23, 2023
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    Shared experiences are critical for hybrid teams

    Improve connection by evening out employee experience.

    Jan. 23, 2023
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    Mailbag: What can be done when HR and the C-suite don’t see eye to eye?

    This question has long frustrated HR, Carnegie Mellon University professor Anita Williams Woolley told HR Dive.

    By Jan. 20, 2023
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    Heads up: Form W-2 due Jan. 31, IRS reminds employers

    Multiple tax documents handled by HR are due by this date.

    By Jan. 20, 2023
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    ‘Flexible, but stable’ jobs top 2023 worker wishlist

    While workers want better work-life balance, rising costs remain top of mind, too, Randstad data suggests.

    By Jan. 19, 2023
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    McDonald’s prepares for corporate restructuring, staff cuts

    The chain didn’t disclose how many employees could be impacted by the potential restructuring, which would be part of an initiative called “Accelerating the Organization.”

    By Emma Liem Beckett • Jan. 9, 2023
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    IRS boosts business mileage rate by 3 cents

    Volatility in gas prices remains possible, but should become more muted in the year ahead, Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, said.

    By Jan. 4, 2023
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    CEOs are deglobalizing their businesses. What does this mean for HR?

    When companies bring more of their business back to the U.S., talent organizations may need to shift priorities to internal hiring.

    By Laurel Kalser • Jan. 4, 2023
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    HR’s evolving role can demonstrate its value amid layoffs

    Paaras Parker, CHRO of Paycor, told HR Dive how HR pros can prove their worth at a tumultuous time.

    By Jan. 3, 2023
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    Column

    ‘Recession’ was HR’s word for 2022

    Glassdoor announced its word of the year as “return-to-office.” HR Dive reporter Caroline Colvin makes the case for “recession” instead. 

    By Jan. 3, 2023
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    3 ways HR pros can help workers through layoffs

    HR pros can’t let the challenging nature of layoffs keep them from assisting affected employees, sources told HR Dive.

    By Dec. 30, 2022
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    How to manage employee communication in the hybrid era

    “Employees can really get overwhelmed and have really high levels of anxiety if they’re getting a flood of messages from multiple communication channels,” one expert said.

    By Jen A. Miller • Dec. 29, 2022
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    Opinion

    Tracking the convergence of trends that will follow HR into 2023

    Coasting into 2023, the changes prompted by the pandemic don’t show any hints of reverting back to the old ways, the Thrive HR co-founders write. 

    By Jason Walker and Rey Ramirez • Dec. 21, 2022
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    The unspoken crisis in men’s mental health — and how employers can help

    For many men, the traditional approach is not working, one expert told HR Dive.

    By Dec. 16, 2022
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    Indeed: Employees remain chipper despite layoffs

    All the work HR has been doing to attract and retain talent may now be paying dividends.

    By Dec. 15, 2022
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    Washington Post, CNN, Buzzfeed layoffs: What HR pros can learn

    The ongoing wave of layoffs in tech, media and finance provide a case study for HR across industries. 

    By Dec. 15, 2022
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    How can managers prevent burnout? Center equity, Gallup says

    With Black workers, in particular, a sense of employer respect was found to be key in retention.

    By Dec. 14, 2022
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    Employees fall into 2 working types. Knowing their preferences can prevent burnout.

    A Gallup survey of workers found a dead-even split between “splitters” and “blenders.” 

    By Dec. 12, 2022
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    Get strategic: Rethinking employee development with the bottom line in mind

    L&D programs are meant to give participants an opportunity to enhance their skills. But they shouldn’t stop there.

    Dec. 12, 2022
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    Hilton’s CHRO on how purpose drives the company’s HR strategy

    The company’s leaders see its mission as “holy,” Hilton’s executive VP and CHRO said at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Talent Forward summit.

    By Dec. 9, 2022
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    To get C-suite buy-in, HR needs to think small

    By collecting employee experience data targeted to smaller, localized issues, HR pros can better identify what workers need, one expert told HR Dive. 

    By Laurel Kalser • Dec. 9, 2022
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    Gaming workers form Microsoft’s first-ever US union

    The move comes as the technology giant seeks approval of its merger with embattled video game publisher Activision Blizzard.

    By Dec. 6, 2022