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Growing Without Leaving: Integrating “New” Employees with Successful Transboarding

By Celine DuPuis, Product Marketing Manager, Ceridian

When you spot a co-worker checking out job postings, what’s your reaction? Hopefully, you’re like me and enjoy working with your teammates. If you are, then seeing someone plotting their next career move can be disappointing. ‘Oh no what about our coffee break chats and mutual love of Beyoncé,’ you might think.

Brace yourself, then, because it’s likely to happen more often. The median tenure has dropped from 4.6 years in 2014 to 4.2 in 2016, according to this study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. People are switching jobs sooner than they used to. That number is being held up by a contingent of the workforce that shuns job hopping: workers aged 55 to 64 had a median tenure of 10.1 years. This norm is likely on its way out as workers aged 25 to 34 years have a median tenure of only 2.8 years. Read more

HR Secrets From Best-In-Class Companies

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Ever wondered what Best-in-Class organizations define as essential in the development of their human capital management (HCM) ecosystems? Join guest speakers Zachary Chertok, Research Analyst, The Aberdeen Group and Prudence Pitter, Chief Talent Officer, Club Fit on Tuesday January 31, 2017 at 2 pm ET  as they discuss how leaders are able to maximize business performance while maintaining high levels of employee engagement and retention.

Attend this webcast to learn:

  • How high performing organizations define their top quality talent
  • Insights on designing your HCM ecosystem to drive better business results
  • Tips on developing and implementing Best-in-Class engagement programs

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3 interview tips to ensure new hire success

From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Enjoy!

Workforce management is easier when the right team is in place, which means that hiring leaders should have processes and policies in place to ensure they’re choosing the right candidates.

Hiring the right employees is important for numerous reasons. Making calls like this is crucial. It affects morale, culture and productivity. Not to mention the cost of replacing any given employee can be significant. Josh Bersin, of Bersin by Deloitte, wrote about the various challenges that face employers who find themselves with high turnover rates. Read more

3 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself as Mentor

By Eugene Peters, Director Product Management (Workforce Management) at Ceridian

Whether mentoring millennials or another generation, taking on mentorship is a big responsibility.

Each of us takes on mentorship at different stages of our career and for different reasons. Reasons may include giving back, honing our people development skills through coaching or developing better insights into how others view their careers. Becoming great at mentorship is like all great arts – it takes time, focus and commitment. Read more

Employees’ Unused Vacation Days: The Problems and Solutions

From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Enjoy!

By Deb LaMere, VP of Employee Experience, Ceridian

A strong work ethic is certainly an admirable quality to have. But we live in a society that seems to glorify being busy – paying little mind to the reality that busy doesn’t necessarily mean productive. And while most people acknowledge that taking time to relax and rejuvenate is essential, it is also becoming increasingly difficult to do. Read more

Experiences, Not Things: How You Can Improve Employees’ Quality of Life When Increasing Pay Isn’t an Option

By John Whyte, Senior Manager, Dayforce Talent Management, Ceridian

2015 was the year Frozen entered our household.  Our twin girls got hooked on the movie and our family responded with appropriate Christmas presents, including a Frozen scooter and a Frozen karaoke machine.  While well intentioned, the novelty of these gifts inevitably wore off.  The scooter now sits dormant in our garage and the karaoke machine (blissfully) collects dust in our basement.

Four months ago we took a family road trip to Yellowstone National Park, and the girls have captivated us with tales of bison, geysers, and mountaintop vistas ever since.  The lesson?  The life experiences we give to our kids are much more valuable than the stuff we buy for them. Read more

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