Last week, more than 5,000 HR executives and professionals traveled to Las Vegas to attend the 2018 HR Technology Conference. Several Mammoth team members joined them, with the goal of talking to tech industry analysts and identifying new industry trends and technology. The overarching takeaway? The HR technology field continues to be crowded with single […]
A report from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) highlights best practices for employers to prevent and respond to workplace harassment. According to the EEOC report, employers should: Foster an organizational culture in which harassment is not tolerated; Adopt and maintain a comprehensive anti-harassment policy (which prohibits harassment based on any protected characteristic, and which includes social media considerations) and […]
From water cooler gossip, to interminable meetings, to hours wasted scrolling through social media, the modern workplace is teeming with threats to employee productivity. These distractions are taking a toll: several recent surveys show that U.S. employees are spending a mere 40-50% of their workdays engaged in job-related tasks. Fortunately, there are simple steps you […]
Hard copy papers and binders are on their way out and online interfaces are closing in. Here are some expectations and wants of employees who will be using HR technology:
The proposed changes to overtime pay by the Obama administration would give nearly 5 million Americans working in white-collar jobs extra pay, according to the Pew Research Center.
A recent study shows human resources technology is slowly gaining ground with businesses.
The human resources department in any company can often be considered as its nerve center.
Annual findings from a human resource consultancy and risk management firm show that more companies around the world are planning to invest in human resources technology.
When people leave their homes to go and put in a hard day at work, they expect to be paid for it.
Now that millennials outnumber baby boomers as the largest living generation in the nation, businesses and corporate human resources will need to change their cultures.