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Global HR

Global human resource management is a thrilling world. Get ready for an adventure across borders, time zones, and cultures. With the right strategies up your sleeve, you'll be well equipped to conquer this new frontier.

Global Mobility Specialist

There are few things more stressful than moving to another country, and your relocating employees feel it. Having a Global Mobility Specialist in your court can make all of the difference. In this read, learn the ins and outs of what a GMS is and how they can make a literal world of difference.

Great Resignation

In 2021, 47.8 million workers quit their jobs. This mass exodus of employees has had a far-reaching economic impact, making the name “The Great Resignation” similar to “The Great Depression.” Read on to see why your people are leaving and what you can do to retain your key employees.

Graphic Rating Scale

Graphic rating scales can simplify the performance evaluation process, are easy to use, and can provide objective and reliable data. Read on to learn about different forms of this tool and how to implement them effectively.

Glass Cliff

Have you ever wondered why women are often placed in leadership roles when there is a crisis and why they often fail? It is possible they were on the glass cliff and the odds were stacked against them from the beginning. Read on to learn more about the glass cliff phenomenon and its long-term impacts for employees and organizations.

Global Payroll

The bigger the world gets, the smaller the world gets, or so it’s said in global payroll certification training. Each country’s payroll brings the opportunity to learn and adapt to a new set of rules, compliance issues, benefits, payment types and exchange rates, as well as the invaluable exposure to that country's culture.

Gross Up

As the war for talent continues, many potential candidates are on the move. To combat the cost of relocation, a gross-up might be your solution. Continue reading to learn more about what gross-ups are, how to calculate them and why they’re important.

Geographic Pay Differentials

If your company includes employees who live in different cities, you are probably aware that you may need to pay them differently to account for the cost of living in different places. How do you create and apply an equitable geographic differential policy? Read on to learn the basic concepts and steps of this process.

Group Incentive Plan

Your company has goals. Those goals hinge on employees. Employee motivation hinges on you. So… where do you start? Here’s the group incentive plan breakdown you’ve been looking for.

Glass Ceiling

What is the dreaded “glass ceiling”? Find out what it is and why it still exists. Then, learn how to shatter the glass ceiling for your female employees.

Gamification in the Workplace

How great would it be if work was like reading a good book or playing a video game when time flies? Let's look at gamification strategies that aim to do just that.

Grandfathering

While there are many choices to ponder when it comes to selecting or changing benefits, grandfathering doesn't tend to come to mind (despite its importance). What are grandfathered benefits and should you consider it in your business?

Ghosting

Do you believe in ghosts? Well, you should. They are active in the job market, wreaking havoc, causing frustration, damaging employer branding, or simply being hurtful. Join me to explore more about ghosting in the labor market and how to combat this phenomenon.

Glassdoor Recruiting

Glassdoor is a powerful tool that can either help or hurt your recruiting efforts. Read on to see why.

Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR)

Do you have HR responsibilities in a multinational company? Would you like to learn strategies to successfully implement practices that support global HR initiatives? Read on to find out if the GPHR certification will help you master global HR responsibilities.

Generational Diversity

Diversity is commanding organizations’ attention from center stage. However, generational diversity in the workplace is often overlooked compared to race and gender diversity. This article covers what you need to know to help your workforce be generationally diverse.

Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA)

Have you heard of GINA? The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act is still fairly new in the world of employment law, but the protections afforded to employees under this law are important for your company to be aware of and understand. Read on to learn how you can protect your company and your employees under GINA.

Gender Equality

(Scholarship Finalist)

People, businesses and societies have been striving for gender equality for many years. Human resource leaders and professionals are uniquely positioned to make a difference. What's your role in promoting equality at your company? Keep reading to better understand what gender equality is and how to be an equality leader in your organization.

Group Training

Every company needs to train their employees, and no one wants to waste time and money delivering education ineffectively. This article is a guide to group training in the workplace when it is appropriate, and the best way to go about it.

Goodbye Email

HR people leave jobs, too. When you leave a job, do you write your colleagues a farewell letter? Have you seen other employees do so? Read on to learn why this practice is helpful on personal and professional levels.

Golden Handcuffs

Maybe you’ve heard the term golden parachute, but have you heard of the term golden handcuffs? Let’s explore what golden handcuffs are, the pros and cons of implementing such a strategy and how to create one.

Gig Economy

Funny name. Real force. This trend in the labor market has the potential to not only disrupt but redefine the employee-employer relationship. What does this mean to HR professionals? What should you be aware of and do differently about it? To learn more, read this article.

Group Interview

Group interviews can make or break a candidate’s interview experience. It’s important to create a strong process and prepare an outline and question bank if you choose to include group interviews in your interview process. Let’s dive in to learn more about how to create an awesome group interview process and the best possible candidate experience.

Gross Pay

In the world of payroll, you have to calculate tax deductions, benefits contributions, taxable income and net pay every single pay period. Although deductions might be unique for each employee, every calculation is based on gross pay.

Your understanding of gross pay is essential not only for accurate paychecks, but also to be able to explain those numbers clearly to employees. So, what is gross pay?
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