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In this survey report, XpertHR examines a wide array of benefits, including health care, paid leave, retirement, and others, in order to provide clarity about the state of employee benefits in today's workplace.
The topic of pay inequity has become commonplace in discussions about the workplace. In this survey report, XpertHR explores several aspects of this issue, including how common pay inequity is, who's affected, and HR's role in addressing pay inequities.
The modern incarnation of wellness programs began in the 1980s when companies decided that it made economic sense to encourage employees to live healthier lives. But what began as a focus on physical health has shifted to a more holistic view of wellness, including fitness, mental health, work/life balance and financial security.
XpertHR's salary budgets survey shows a stable picture of salary increases as we head into 2020.
In this survey report, XpertHR explores employer response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including emergency preparedness planning, safety precautions to protect workers from the virus, remote work, adjustments to the workforce, and employee wellness.
In this survey report, XpertHR explores the critical field of employee handbooks, including handbook creation and revision, distribution, approaches to multi-jurisdictional compliance, challenges, and resources.
In this survey report, XpertHR dives into the complex learning, development, and training space, including activities, methods of delivery, effectiveness, and spending.
In this survey report, XpertHR explores HR metrics, including what metrics are analyzed, who does the analysis, and the software used for analysis. Additionally, this study covers how employers collect employee feedback, such as employee surveys.
In this survey report, XpertHR explores HR's responsibilities and resources. In particular, this study examines essential information on HR staff composition, HR reporting structure, the ratio of HR staff to the overall workforce, and HR budgets.
Each year brings changing compliance requirements in federal, state and local laws and regulations. In 2020, these developments continue to pose challenges for organizations, especially those with operations in multiple states and localities.
Each year brings changes in the workplace, government, society, culture, science, communications, technology and the legal and political landscape that translate into challenges and obstacles for employers. In 2020, strategic responsibilities have become increasingly challenging, specifically in recruiting and hiring and benefits.
Today's workforce is changing at an incredibly rapid rate as transformations in society, government, culture, technology, communications and the legal landscape impact employers and the workplace. In 2019, HR professionals expect that the workplace will continue to transform at a quick pace and that employers are in for more changes as new and different challenges emerge.
With record low unemployment, employers are pursuing a variety of channels to engage with potential applicants, using online tools, social media and emerging technologies. At the same time, applicants are expecting more from employers during the recruiting and hiring process, so candidate experience is a high priority as well.
In the coming months, the latest findings on HR Challenges for 2021 and salary budgets will be added to our offering. Please submit suggestions or comments on these topics or others you would like us to cover.
XpertHR is currently gathering responses for its Salary Budget Survey 2021. In this survey XpertHR dives into 2021 salary budget planning, covering essential aspects of this process including pressures on next year's salary budgets, percentage change of salary budgets from 2020 to 2021, and in what month next year's salary budgets will come into effect. Additionally, this survey will cover performance metrics for annual salary adjustments, bonus systems, and changes to bonuses in 2021. The survey closes on October 30.
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