By Gerry Hawkins, Mobile Development Manager, Ceridian
The value of Co-op and Internship programs go beyond just the benefits the students receive, their teams and the companies who hire them also win. Students gain work experience, earn some income, and learn; their team gets a boost to productivity, a shot of enthusiasm, and the benefit of a fresh perspective on the problems and challenges they face; while the company’s recruitment efforts and employer brand benefit from positive co-op terms. Read more
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
By John Whyte, Senior Manager, Dayforce Talent Management, Ceridian
Football fans joke that in August, everybody is undefeated. We can all point to a great draft, a new coach, or a favorable schedule as reasons why this is our year. The same can be said of new hires at the onset of a new job – they’ve found a fresh, innovative company, they love the location, maybe there’s a pay raise or a great new boss. Let’s parallel the different phases of the NFL season with the experiences of a new hire and see what lessons there are to learn. Read more
By Julie Palmer, Technical Writing Manager, Ceridian
Do you hire in California? If so, you’ll need to take another look at your employment contracts (including ones that will be modified or extended in the new year) to make sure that they adhere to legislation taking effect January 1, 2017. Read more
By Maurice Fernandes, Manager of Employment Brand & Social Media, Ceridian
The truth is, you shouldn’t hire seasonally, you should hire to last.
When it comes to talent management tips, we’ve heard it all before: Start recruiting early. Focus in on students and retirees. Use better screening processes. There are about a million articles out there about seasonal hiring and they all seem to re-iterate these same ideas in a similar way. You should treat every candidate that walks into your store as a future leader of your organization, a respected alumni, and a life-long customer. Here’s why: Read more