Without employees, an organization cannot perform daily tasks, serve clients, or even exist.Today, due to high turnover rates and staffing costs, nonprofits are in need of a recruiting renaissance.
As the competitive environment in the healthcare industry continues to surge, the amount of people that need care in the U.S. is also rising.
Organizations need to be prepared to face new challenges related to attracting and retaining top talent. This nonprofits are growing infographic explores key statistics on employee turnover, staffing challenges, and the costs of hiring and on boarding.
Recently, the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) published a report called “Healthy Aging Begins at Home”. The research and final report recommends new calls to action for healthcare, housing, and policy makers to collaborate in order to improve senior lives across the nation.
As the Health and Human Services industry steadily grows, more research is conducted each year to assist service providers and clients. The first step to treating mental illness is spreading awareness. This infographic details mental health trends and information with statistics and circumstances.
As the number of job opportunities rises, applicants have more choices, and organizations are beginning to compete for employees in new ways. Does your organization have what it takes to attract and retain top talent?
Business leaders surveyed by Deloitte seem to have reached a general consensus that HR is falling behind the curve of modern innovation and strategies. This infographic will guide you through the most effective methods to reinvent and redefine and recharge your HR to ensure success.
The reputation of an organization no longer lies in the hands of HR. Building the employer brand now requires the involvement of every employee at an organization. By investing, creating, and maintaining your employee brand, the results and value added to your organization will be significant.
Do you have the proper tools to navigate the ACA? Many organizations are concerned about new regulatory requirements that they perceive as looming in the distance. In reality, we have already reached the mile marker to begin ACA compliance. If you do not currently have a unified system that is collecting and tracking Payroll, HR, Tax, and Benefits information, you are already falling behind. Those systems must be in place in 2015, or before, in order to comply with the 2016 reporting requirements.
Many modern organizations continue to use traditional HR practices that are burdensome, complicated, and hierarchical. These departments spend the most time on functions that provide little organizational value, like paper-based approvals. Unfortunately, the costs of these inefficiencies often goes unrecognized and HR is left with outdated tools to manage a modern workforce.
In recent years, we have witnessed a fundamental shift in organizations across the globe. The way we work is changing. Our business environments are evolving rapidly as four generations collide in the workplace- driving the need for an overhaul of the traditional leadership styles. The major shifts in the past twenty years include changes in economic environment, decision-making, and work approach.
As the competitive environment in the healthcare industry continues to surge, the amount of people that need care in the U.S. is also rising. This infographic breaks down the current climate of the behavioral health industry and outlines the five critical steps to becoming a Center of Excellence.
Is your HR Department becoming obsolete? New research shows that the role of HR is evolving, requiring departments and employees to continuously reinvent themselves. This infographic explores the new trends in HR and how to maintain relevance and value.