Relegating HR to the back burner can cost businesses a bundle, an ADP study concluded recently, suggesting that up to 70 percent of U.S. entrepreneurs treat HR like an “ad-hoc” function, assigning tasks without forethought.
CPS HR Consulting -- a California-based, self-supporting public agency -- recently delivered thousands more books than expected through its 12th annual book drive to benefit the River Oak Center for Children.
Using focus groups, surveys and web tools, the New York City-based Center for Talent Innovation, a nonprofit think tank, recently ascertained results of its pioneering, nationwide study on workplace bias and ensuing impact on corporations.
Advanced degrees and high salaries do not automatically ensure a long shelf life among high-value workers, Boston-based meQuilibrium discovered via its recent research study, “High Education and Income Do Not Guarantee a Resilient Employee.”
Not one but three California groups recently pronounced San Jose’s RiseSmart as a leader in workplace ambience, HR and product innovation, commending its employee-centered culture and progressive career transition offerings and bestowing it five awards.
Indianapolis-based medical equipment manager TriMedx will be honored in New Orleans on Sept. 11 at the Achievers Annual Customer Experience Conference, alongside other organizations earning a spot on ACE’s 2017 list.
For the second consecutive year, Boston-area biopharmaceutical services provider Parexel International Corp. earned a spot among 300 companies on Forbes’ America’s Best Employers list, a testament to its reputation among 30,000 employees surveyed nationwide.
What workers might not know about the recruiting industry might surprise them, according to Randstad North America, an international provider of Human Resources services consciously focused on human interaction at the vanguard of technology.
Based on employee feedback, Strayer University recently scored among the 20 Top Workplaces of 2017 by the Washington Post in the category of organizations employing more than 500 individuals in the Washington, D.C. area.