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State of Retail Human Capital Management: Cloud, Compliance, and Collaboration

By  John Orr, SVP of Retail, Ceridian

Talking to peers about the challenges – and opportunities – they face with workforce management (WFM) is useful, and quantitative research can deepen these insights.  That’s why Ceridian collaborated with Innovative Retail Technologies to survey more than 150 retail workforce managers to better understand their most important HCM (inclusive of WFM) initiatives over the past year.

There are three high level insights I want to share from this research; I’ll take a deeper dive into the results in future posts. Read more

Keeping Up With Compliance

By Julie Palmer, Technical Writing Manager, Ceridian

Sometimes, I feel like my brain is constantly on a treadmill that’s maybe moving a little faster than I’d like. There’s just so much to keep up with: work, family, school, trends, the Kardashians… it never ends. Now that I’m also blogging about compliance, there’s a whole new world of content to keep on top of, particularly with all the changes coming in the wake of the recent US election. Read more

California Expands Their Fair Pay Act

By Julie Palmer, Technical Writing Manager, Ceridian

When someone uses the term “wage gap”, we too often think only of the gender-based wage gap, without considering employees who are paid unfairly based on their race. Unfortunately, both types of wage gap still exist, meaning that the gap is even larger for women of color. Read more

Hiring People and Defining Compensation? Then Antitrust Laws Apply

By BP Gallucci, Communications Manager, Ceridian

Antitrust laws govern the behavior of HR professionals, management, and anyone else involved with hiring people and defining compensation and benefits. For many HR professionals this is not news. However, new guidance released by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) signals the need for those individuals, and organizations in general, to diligently guard against the appearance of anti-competitive behaviors when hiring, setting salaries, and defining benefits.

This article examines the important aspects of the new guidance and provides a quick reference of the salient points. Read more

What Employers Need to Know About Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors

By Julie Palmer, Technical Writing Manager, Ceridian

Back in 2009, I was quarantined with H1N1, affectionately known as the swine flu. This (painful, awful, wouldn’t-wish-it-on-my-worst-enemy-ok-maybe-that-one-guy) experience taught me about the importance of sick leave. I’d always realized that taking time off helps employees recover, but before the quarantine, I hadn’t really thought about how it also helps prevent illnesses from spreading between colleagues. Read more

Fair and Predictable Scheduling: Seattle Edition

By James Arsenault, Director of Strategic Communications, Ceridian

Seattle, following San Francisco, has become the second major US city to approve new regulations for the scheduling of retail and food-service employees.

Last year, San Francisco passed a landmark piece of legislation known as the San Francisco Workers’ Bill of Rights. The bill was created with the following goals in mind: Read more

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