Contract Management: How to Take Care of Your Active Contracts

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Keeping track of active contracts helps business owners ensure compliance, while optimizing customer relationships. If you’re a solopreneur, you may find contract management overwhelming. As your business grows, the task can become extensive. No matter what phase of growth your company is in, knowing how to manage contracts helps you stay organized and prepared for… Read more »

Quiet Quitting vs Loud Quitting

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Everyone loves a buzz phrase until you’re an HR pro facing 2 phrases about employee dissatisfaction. The term Quiet Quitting went viral on the social media platform TikTok, last year (2022), coined by influencer Brian Creely. A year later, Loud Quitting became the newest talked-about workplace trend. On the surface, the terms seem to describe… Read more »

New Hire Onboarding: 9 Key Documents You Need

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So, you’ve chosen a new hire for a vacant position, and they’re due to join the company in a few weeks. The hard work of advertising and interviewing is over—but a lot more admin comes with welcoming a new employee. Onboarding involves much more than orientation, although it’s important to welcome the new hire and… Read more »

10 Unexpected Benefits of WFH Policies

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In the years since a great deal of white-collar work started at a computer, work-from-home (WFH) policies have become more popular. But the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced all but the most essential employees to work from home (or otherwise temporarily put them out of work altogether), made WFH policies more mainstream. What was originally viewed… Read more »

How Employee Self-Service Technology is Empowering The Workforce

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Businesses are always looking for ways to streamline operations and save money. Administrative tasks are one central area most organizations strive to optimize as they can be time-consuming and costly. According to Brightpearl researchers a survey of 2,000 workers spent 21 hours and 36 minutes a week doing admin tasks. That equates to 1,025 hours… Read more »

Women Harassed On LinkedIn: 6 New Study Findings

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You might be curious why female users of the largest networking site encounter inappropriate behavior.  I wish I knew the answer, too. We don’t know what drives people to act this way. But, we can learn more about this issue from the women who are affected by it. This time, Max Woolf from Passport-Photo.Online decided… Read more »

9 Top Remote Work Programs Abroad

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Welcome to an exciting journey where work meets adventure! Ever dreamed of exploring different countries while continuing your job? In this blog, we’re delving into the world of digital nomads and highlighting 9 incredible remote work programs abroad. These programs open the door to a life where your office can be a beach in Bali… Read more »

A Beginner’s Guide to Implementing HR Automation in Your Business

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Human Resources (HR) is an integral part of running any successful business. But, the responsibility of managing potential hires plus new and existing employees’ needs can be complex and high-maintenance. HR pros are often depleted and overwhelmed by mountains of tedious paperwork.  While we still need real people working in HR departments, automated systems help… Read more »

6 Reasons to Offer Paid Family Leave

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In the United States, 84.3% of women have given birth by the age of 44 years, and women make up 46.6% of the labor force. With these statistics in mind, the importance of parental leave is paramount. So why are so many new parents in the United States feeling unsupported by parental leave policies? Only… Read more »

Hybrid Work Policies: 4 Best Examples for Strong teams+template

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Hybrid work policies are a key consideration for almost all companies operating in the post-COVID world. In 2023, a study discovered that 74% of companies in the United States either use or want to start using a permanent hybrid work model. Also, 44% of employees in the US like the idea of a hybrid work… Read more »

7 Tips for Using Technology in Remote Training and Onboarding

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Technology has allowed remote work to become one of the most popular business models in modern industry. Like it or not, remote work is here to stay, and it brings many benefits to businesses. So, it is time to start paying close attention to remote training and onboarding. Photo by Gilles Roux on Unsplash Remote… Read more »

Lazy Girl Jobs [AKA Work-Life Balance]

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With over 17 million views, the #lazygirlsjob trend is big news on TikTok, but what is a Lazy Girl Job? Term coiner Gabrielle Judge the ‘Antiwork Girlboss’ explains that the term is not a dig at women or their work ethic (or lack of it), but an ironic term to challenge the go-hard-or-go-home toxic culture… Read more »

Why Boundaries at Work are Important [and How to Set Them]

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Setting boundaries at work could be just as important as having healthy relationship boundaries at home. They say if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. For everyone else, it’s estimated that you’ll work 90,000 hours throughout your lifetime. That works out to spending about one-third of your life… Read more »

7 Incoming Human Resource Changes (and How to Prep for Them) 

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There’s been a technological transformation for the past two decades, and it’s accelerated in recent years. We’ve seen a shift towards remote work — as many as ​​31% of employers now allow it. And several organizations are introducing automated systems for payroll and admin. These human resource changes require a new way of thinking. In this… Read more »

8 Virtual Team Building Activities for Remote Workers

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With the ongoing shift towards remote work, many companies are finding it challenging to maintain a sense of team unity and foster strong relationships with their remote employees. A study published by Harvard Business Review shows that remote employees tend to quit at higher rates than their office-based peers. Fortunately, virtual team-building activities are a… Read more »