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    Why one former recruiter is urging HR to consider boot camp grad hires

    Max Nash shared his experience in such a program — and why some companies may be slow to catch on to this source of talent.

    By Nov. 29, 2022
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    MIT: Automation has tanked wages in manufacturing, clerical work

    The findings come as organizations continue to build in pay increases for 2023.

    By Nov. 29, 2022
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    A deep dive into diversity and inclusion

    Staying thoughtful and engaged regarding DEI topics — as well as listening to employees — can help employers meet goals and retain people.

    By HR Dive staff
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    Biden calls on Congress to prevent rail shutdown

    The president said he’s been advised that “there is no path to resolve the dispute at the bargaining table” before the Dec. 9 deadline.

    By Sarah Zimmerman • Nov. 28, 2022
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    Are corporate leaders spouting empty promises about CEO diversity?

    Leaders have recognized that DEI among top management is critical to an organization’s success, but progress is stagnant, Heidrick & Struggles’ report finds.

    By Laurel Kalser • Nov. 28, 2022
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    HR largely complying with NYC pay transparency laws

    Labor experts are highlighting all kinds of unintended consequences of salary disclosure.

    By Nov. 28, 2022
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    Highly engaged companies have broader DEI programs, study says

    Companies with high levels of employee engagement tend to have a clear and inclusive definition of diversity that informs their programs.

    By Nov. 23, 2022
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    1 in 4 hiring managers say they’re less likely to hire Jewish applicants

    “In this era of fighting for equality in hiring, Jewish individuals have largely been left out of the conversation,” ResumeBuilder said.

    By Nov. 23, 2022
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    Study: 4 in 10 employers may have talent on the chopping block

    Turnover contagion and employee dissatisfaction are prominent HR concerns as well.

    By Nov. 22, 2022
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    Cigna to double its paid caregiver leave to 8 weeks

    Even employees with access to caregiving benefits may struggle to take care of themselves, posing a challenge for HR pros tasked with prioritizing employee well-being.

    By Nov. 22, 2022
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    How the pay ranges of 3 software engineering positions line up

    At least for companies in locations where pay ranges are required, it's clear just how high those salaries can go. 

    By Lindsey Wilkinson • Nov. 21, 2022
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    The consequences of Elon Musk’s ‘hardcore’ ultimatum to Twitter workers

    The social media platform’s new CEO wants more from his employees — but it could come at a considerable cost, sources told HR Dive.

    By Nov. 21, 2022
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    5 employee handbook sections that may need an overhaul in 2023

    “I think a lot of companies don’t update their employee handbooks as often as they should,” one expert told HR Dive.

    By Katie Clarey • Nov. 21, 2022
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    SHRM: Lack of advancement ranks just behind comp as turnover cause

    There are a few options employers can use to increase training opportunities without spending more money, SHRM said.

    By Nov. 21, 2022
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    Opinion

    If young workers see their supervisor quiet quitting, they might do the same

    Quiet quitting may have been a hot trend, but there’s little info out there about what happens when its the boss that quiet quits, a Rutgers University faculty member writes.

    By Kyra Leigh Sutton • Nov. 21, 2022
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    Greater management diversity leads to better financial performance, report finds

    “Instead of fighting transparency, public companies should embrace the EEO-1 movement,” said Joshua Ramer, CEO of DiversIQ.

    By Nov. 18, 2022
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    Turnover may be contagious

    And it’s costly, a Visier report said. Voluntary turnover has been calculated to be about $110,000 per lost employee.

    By Laurel Kalser • Nov. 18, 2022
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    Aging population will keep talent pool tight even in a recession, a Glassdoor economist says

    Employers can turn to alternative labor pools to strengthen their workforces.

    By Nov. 17, 2022
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    Customer hostility at an all-time high, but workers are afraid to report it, survey says

    The report largely focused on seasonal workers, but safety for all customer-facing roles has been a rising concern since the start of the pandemic.

    By Nov. 17, 2022
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    Hybrid work may show value as a recruiting tool

    The results from IWG may be far from universal, however, particularly regarding how stakeholders, both inside and outside of HR, view hybrid work.

    By Nov. 17, 2022
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    How to prioritize retention in 2023

    As the economy wavers, employers may need to turn their sights to retention rather than recruiting.

    By Jen A. Miller • Nov. 16, 2022
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    McDonald’s to launch cybersecurity apprenticeship program

    The restaurant chain's initiative is among nearly 200 registered apprenticeships programs approved or under development as part of the White House's Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Sprint.

    By Lindsey Wilkinson • Nov. 16, 2022
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    Code-switching at work may have unforeseen consequences

    Panelists unpacked the effects of covering and code-switching during a session at the ABA’s 2022 Labor and Employment Law Conference.

    By Nov. 16, 2022
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    Why everyone is talking about transparency right now

    Thanks to state legislation, potential federal regulation and employee pressure, “transparency” is this season’s watchword.

    By Nov. 15, 2022
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    Poor flexible work designs may drive turnover

    Employers are struggling to ensure flexible work policies are applied equitably across organizations, a Unit4 survey said.

    By Nov. 15, 2022
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    Gut check: There’s a difference between layoffs in tech and tech-sector layoffs

    Hiring tech workers still proves difficult despite chaos at Twitter, high-profile hiring freezes and cuts at the largest tech companies.

    By Matt Ashare • Nov. 14, 2022