The Consumerization of HR and the Employee Experience

As individuals, employees are increasingly accustomed to personalized experiences in their daily life, from the recommendations offered up by Amazon and Netflix, to the instant gratification of services such as UberEats and the ease of working around traffic delays via Google Maps.

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Why Sexual Harassment Often Goes Unreported

February 7, 2018

3 ways HR can strengthen harassment prevention efforts
 

Last year saw a whirlwind of scandal involving sexual harassment, beginning with shocking allegations about movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s treatment of female actresses in his employ, and revelations about “bro culture” at several large silicon valley tech firms.

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Three Areas of Benefits Uncertainty in 2018

January 28, 2018

How Tax Reform, Wages, and Benefits Costs May Affect Employer-Employee Relationships
 

Most companies would agree that the global economy improved in 2017, yet many employees still struggle financially—and have been since the financial meltdown of 2009.

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