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How to Create Your Employer Brand Recipe

By Anthony Kwan, Product Marketing Manager, Ceridian 

In today’s world of work, every business needs a compelling employer brand. A great employer brand is an organization’s gateway to top talent. Whether it’s a small local business with a big future or a Fortune 500 company with a massive global footprint, an employer brand helps an organization define who they are, their values, and what they can offer to prospective candidates. If we compare a good employer brand to a delectable culinary dish, a good employer brand would be the secret ingredients that bring out that extra oomph in flavor. Read more

Celebrate your payroll pros during National #PayrollWeek!

By Kristina Cleary, Chief Marketing Officer, Ceridian

Everyone loves getting paid, which is just one of the reasons why we at Ceridian are excited to celebrate National Payroll Week (September 5-9).

In case you haven’t heard of NPW before, this celebration led by the American Payroll Association kicks off each year on Labor Day, and gives companies the ideal opportunity to thank their payroll department for their amazing efforts to help ensure that paychecks are accurate and on time. Read more

Preventing stress in the workplace [Part 2]

stress 9As we covered in the last blog post on understanding stress in the workplace, there are a lot of different factors that contribute to stress. But the positive news for employers is that there are just as many ways for HCM professionals to fix and prevent it.

The Society for Human Resource Management indicated that when companies have made it a point to adjust policies in a way that affects stress levels, they have often seen myriad benefits. In addition to higher retention and job satisfaction rates, they also experienced significantly lower chronic work stress levels. How did they do it? Read more

The rewarding appeal of employee recognition

employee recognitionThere are many factors that come into play when it comes to the satisfaction and engagement of employees. Given the competitive nature of today’s job market, human capital management professionals must develop cutting-edge and innovative strategies for retaining top performers. High turnover rates can cost companies big because, on top of the expense that goes into recruiting, replacing and training new hires, it can also lead to a lag in productivity. Read more

Building Company Culture that Can’t be Denied

 

By Maren Hogan, Founder and CEO of Red Branch Media

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“Culture is like a hairstyle: Everyone has one, even if they’re bald.”

Drew McLellan, Agency Management Institute

Company culture may have only recently appeared as a workplace buzzword, but the actual idea is as old as the workforce. Culture, whether you choose to build it or not, is developing in your business right now, gaining life simply through the people who clock in every day. From the mission statement to the workplace values all the way to the free coffee in the break room, culture is being formed right before your eyes. These findings are exactly why so many companies are working to build a strong company culture:

  • Companies with poor company culture average 48% turnover probability, while organizations with rich company culture average 13%.
  • Employees with high level of engagement had a 19% increase in operating income and 28% increase in earnings growth.
  • Employees with a low level of engagement had a 33% decrease in operating income and an 11% decrease in earnings.

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3 programs that will help your organization drive culture #PulseOfTalent

company cultureBy Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

A great culture is driven by a number of different elements: leadership, collaboration and employee engagement to name just a few. As the world of work rapidly evolves, employers are investing more and more into HR programs that aim to drive their company culture by putting their values on display for staff and ensuring employees are invested in the company. Read more

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