The Future of Payroll: 4 Trends to Watch: A Guest Post

Today’s blog post was written by Ashley Lipman. The way the world does business is constantly evolving. From production methods to administration procedures, technological advancements have changed the face of business exponentially in recent years. One of the areas that’s adapting to these changes is payroll. Payroll is a pain point for many business owners, …

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Leverage Surveys to Better Select Virtual Teams

This guest post was written by Angela White, her bio is below. In this post, she offers some excellent advice on putting together virtual teams. Businesses are widespread when it comes to the areas they operate, sectors they cater to, and geographic regions they work in. Managing a large workforce in a single area is …

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A guest post: What HR Strategies Promote Employee Safety?

Today’s post is the work of freelance writer Vincent West. The human resources department plays a vital role in ensuring that all things related to the organization are running smoothly. Even in industries that do not involve regular safety hazards and dangerous working conditions, the HR department must promote adequate conditions to keep employees safe, …

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A Guest Post: Salary Broadcast on the Company Website? Do You Agree?

This guest post is by Fredrick Cameron, whose work I have published three other times. This time he offered an interesting post about pay transparency. Before I decided to publish this one I asked how people felt about pay transparency to an HR group to which I belong. I have posted some of the comments …

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Great ideas to prevent employees from clocking in for one another: A guest post

  Today’s post was written by Fredrick Cameron. Previously I published his post Have you ever thought of adding games to the company culture? This post talks about a problem that many organizations have struggled with in the past. Nearly US$400 million is lost to time clock abuse in the US annually. Trust your employees? Don’t …

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Guest post: 10 successful ways to deal with conflicts when there is no HR

Today’s guest post is written by Asma Niaz, who brings us a more global view than I typically present. Educated in Pakistan and working out of the United Arab Emirates she does not have my U.S. centric point of view, yet what she presents is “universal” in dealing with people. She offers suggestions for how …

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What Are the Biggest Time Wasters In Your Organization?

Today’s post is a guest post from Stuart Hearn, who is an HR director with over 20 years of experience in HR. He is now CEO of Clear Review — a purpose-built performance management software system. Time is money. This is a saying that will be forever relevant in the world of business. The average American …

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Future Friday: There is Nothing Bright about a Humanless Management Future

Today’s post is a guest post written by Nate Vickery, a business technology expert and a futurist mostly engaged in finding and implementation of the latest technology trends into SMB and startups management and marketing processes. Nate is also the editor-in-chief at business oriented blog- Bizzmarkblog.com. He has written this very interesting post about business automation.  …

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Guest post: HOW MILLENNIALS CAN BEST COMMUNICATE FACE-TO-FACE by Ryan Jenkins

Today’s post was written by Ryan Jenkins. Ryan is  an internationally recognized speaker and trainer who helps organizations better lead, engage, and market to Millennials and Generation Z. He also shares his top-ranked generational and future of work insights as an Inc.com columnist. Unlike many people who write about Millennials he actually is one. I …

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A Checklist & Schedule for Workplace Injuries

I have had some safety focus of late. I posted How to prevent falls in the workplace and How will the “gig” economy affect safety. When my friends at SocialMonsters.org offered up this post I thought it was a natural fit.  Nearly 13 deaths were reported every day in 2014, according to the United States …

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