Published By: Clarion
Published Date: Oct 30, 2013
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently issued a new rule, effective September 2013, which updates OSHA’s 1971 workplace safety sign and tag formats with today’s best practice safety signage designs as defined by the latest American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z535 standards.
The OSHA signage change means that, over time, as employers adopt the newer ANSI Z535 best practice safety tag and sign formats, the United States will increasingly have a single, national uniform system of hazard recognition. Safety signs installed in facilities and public
areas, temporary safety tags placed on equipment, and safety labels placed on products will all be designed using the same formatting principles.
The outcome of such consistency is expected to be significantly more effective communication in the workplace. That, in turn, should help achieve the objective of fewer accidents and more lives saved from tragedy.
Published By: HireVue
Published Date: Nov 28, 2018
The holy grail of recruitment is prediction: how well you can predict a candidate’s success based on a limited number of touch points. Game-based assessments provide insight into the best predictor of job performance: a candidate’s cognitive ability.
IN THIS EBOOK, YOU’LL LEARN:
How game-based assessments increase candidate completion rates while mitigating bias
The drawbacks of legacy cognitive testing
Why measuring cognitive traits through games was impossible until recently
The types of employers who benefit most from a game-based approach to assessment
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Published By: Aon Hewitt
Published Date: Nov 16, 2016
The research is clear, organizations that create a culture of engagement see stronger business performance including customer satisfaction, sales, operating margins and shareholder value. This article explains the 5 Habits Best Employers practice to improve employee engagement and drive better business outcomes.
Self-insured employers are mining their health and benefits data to save costs and provide quality care for employees. Data is driving business decisions, but how do you get from millions of rows of data to a consumable graph to taking action? In this white paper, we’ll delve into data analytics best practices that help self-insured employers find actionable insights in their benefits data.
• Which data sources will help you ensure you’re measuring the right thing at the right time
• How to ensure data variety and choose key metrics
• An example of a successful predictive analysis using benefits data
Facing a more competitive global business landscape with available talent across multiple generations, the challenge to recruit and hire the best workforce today is critical.
Changing workforce demographics are creating skills gaps and putting pressure on employers to source top talent. Learn how human capital management technology tools could be the key to stronger recruiting and hiring.
Published By: PayScale
Published Date: Feb 25, 2015
This marks the sixth year PayScale has conducted the Compensation Best Practices Report (CBPR), a comprehensive survey that reflects employers’ attitudes and perceptions about key business issues including compensation practices, hiring trends, HR methodology, and other topics related to effective talent management.
The 2015 CBPR represents PayScale’s largest research endeavor yet, as they compiled responses from 5,530 business leaders from companies of every size across a wide section of industries.
Join us for our latest Clear Insights webinar, Deconstructing DASH: How Your Workforce Would Benefit from America's #1 Rated Diet, presented by Robert F. Kushner, MD, Clinical Director of the Northwestern Comprehensive Center on Obesity and one of the 22 expert panelists who rated the Best Diets for 2012. Dr. Kushner will provide an overview of DASH, compare it to other top ranked diets, and offer insights into the evidence behind their design. Dr. Kushner will also discuss the keys to sustainable weight loss and best practices for employers to choose an effective worksite weight loss plan.