• There are so many ways out there that support employee wellness programs and benefit both the employees’ performance and the employers. Smaller businesses that have fewer employees and multitasking working environments suffer more from absenteeism than large organizations.

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  • Regardless of the industry, all companies need to adhere to certain regulations, laws, guidelines, and specifications. In short, all companies need to ensure regulatory compliance. Not adhering to compliance regulations can lead to legal punishment including federal fines. So, what is regulatory compliance and why is it important? Let’s take a look.

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  • Recruitment is not an easy job. Being a recruiter, you must be well-versed with the intricacies of the cost-to-hire metrics and might even be concerned about the increasing costs of recruitment without any significant returns. Every organization follows their own set of standards while hiring employees for various job roles. However, if your recruitment expenditures are consistently increasing without bearing any returns and the increasing turn-over is also giving you concerns, this might be an indication of some critical loops in your recruitment patterns.

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  • Diversity at the workplace has its specific pros and cons attached. While it sure provides you with the best talent from various pools, it can also be used to foster engagement and involvement at the workplace. Here's an insight into you can optimize employee engagement in a diversified workplace setting.

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  • When it comes to the benefits plan, the ultimate aim of most employers is retaining a high quality workforce and minimizing turnover. However, there are some organizations that aim to remain compliant with laws and regulations without spending exorbitantly. Also, there is a minority that doesn’t have a specific benefits plan and reacts to change when it occurs.

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