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​High-profile CEOs’ choices are creating workplace cultures that distance workers and stymie diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) efforts. Entrepreneur Sam Bankman-Fried, for example, fostered a reckless, toxic corporate culture at his former cryptocurrency firm, FTX, according to news reports, prior to his arrest for alleged wire fraud and other charges in December. And Twitter CEO
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​A U.K. High Court decision, lower court opinions, and recent guidance from the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) highlight the importance of employers paying attention to their suspension policies. High Court Decision In August 2019, the U.K.’s Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust suspended a solicitor in the organization’s legal department over
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As corporations struggle to navigate the current economic storm, human resources compensation professionals are challenged with developing reward philosophies that support corporate strategy and contain costs. Performance-based rewards can increase retention among high performers and may increase turnover among low performers. People who feel recognized demonstrate a stronger desire to help the company grow and
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​Following another busy year of employment law developments in the U.K., we look to 2023 and the legislative changes employers might expect to see. Employee Rights There are several bills currently passing through parliament which, if passed into law, would see the enhancement of employee rights. The most notable of these include: 1. Neonatal Care
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Corporate learning is being disrupted. Honestly, that can be said about any HR function especially with the advent of technology, but learning reaches through an employee’s life in a way that no other function really can. People learn all throughout their lives and, generally, have a thirst for new knowledge. That thirst still exists when
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The new year is a clean slate, an opportunity for HR leaders to consider resolutions that can help them continue to transform the workplace and improve employee engagement and experience. It’s a chance to build relationships, try new strategies, and assess processes and procedures. REPORT: How to Improve Employee Engagement in an Economic Downturn Consider
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The year 2022 was the year of the employee, inflation, economic uncertainty, and Human Resources leaders as workplace transformers. They led workplace transformation, but they also transformed themselves into C-suite executives aligning talent management strategy with business objectives, counselors, even activists fighting for a more equitable and just world. Bookended by a talent war at
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​The rapid spread of COVID-19 throughout China has resulted in hospitals full of patients, fears of a new coronavirus variant and new travel restrictions around the globe. Nonetheless, China is lifting its travel restrictions. We’ve gathered articles on the news from SHRM Online and other news outlets. Hospital Staff ‘Extremely Busy’ Staff at Huaxi, a
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The past year has been a trip for HR leaders. New expectations of HR emerged in 2020, but they took hold in 2022, once the pandemic became more manageable. At HR Exchange Network, we understand that you might feel overwhelmed by the fast-pace of change and the slow-moving transformation.  HR leaders have many tasks, some
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​In 2022, employers continued focusing on enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) efforts— although still hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies learned what younger workers want from their workplaces, pay inequity continued to plague women of color, a major university launched a DE&I major and research offered an unfiltered view of the state of DE&I
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The year 2022 was the year of the employee, inflation, economic uncertainty, and Human Resources leaders as workplace transformers. They led workplace transformation, but they also transformed themselves into C-suite executives aligning talent management strategy with business objectives, counselors, even activists fighting for a more equitable and just world. Bookended by a talent war at
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​Forced and exploitative labor is a rapidly metastasizing international problem, with 25 million people in situations of forced labor globally, according to International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates. The international community is attempting to root out the problem by taking an increasingly tough stance against exploitative labor in the supply chain. Forced labor, defined by the
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​China’s Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) took effect on Nov. 1, 2021, and applies to all individuals and organizations handling personal data. Regulators have been actively investigating suspected violations and issuing fines. For employers, implementing PIPL compliance measures when processing employees’ personal information reduces legal risks. This article provides the fundamentals for managing employees’ personal
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​COVID-19 has been spreading swiftly in Beijing, leaving many workplaces empty as employees and customers stay away from shops and restaurants. The new cases follow the country’s easing of a restrictive COVID-19 policy. We’ve gathered articles on the news. Significant Outbreak This spread of COVID-19 is the first significant outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic.
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