Mandate or no mandate, HR professionals are considering the benefits of requiring weekly COVID testing for employees. Here’s what you need to know.
In this episode 9, we talk with Shawn Kaufman about the unique challenges that the skilled trade industry faces.
Whether it’s cost or COVID (fears), many HR professionals can’t attend SHRM21 in Las Vegas this week. So, we’ve recreated the experience to be more inclusive—where anyone can “attend” at home and for free.
A recent study revealed one third of millennials plan to quit their jobs and take a career break. Here’s how to keep your people engaged—and attract new talent that’s on the move.
In this episode 7, we talk with Amber Parr about how HR can adopt a growth mindset in our ever-changing world of work.
In a remote work world, silence is… grueling. Help your employees overcome WFH paranoia so they can continue doing their best work.
In this episode 6, we talk with Ryan Archibald about how HR professionals can be better partners to their leadership team—and operate as a trusted resource, even when you’re an HR department of one.
If you really value your employees, you won’t disincentive them from choosing the remote, out-of-state work setup that works for them. (Hint: Maybe you should even pay them extra for it.)
In this episode 5, we talk with Jared Olsen about his in-depth take on the hero’s journey and how it’s helped the company attract, retain, and even part ways with employees (when the time is right).
HR professionals might not always have a say as to whether vaccines will be mandated in the workplace (or not). But they can help their companies mitigate the risks—whichever path they choose.
In this episode 4, we talk with Kyle Wadsworth about how the restaurant industry is dealing with the pervasive staffing drought—and what impact HR can have on supporting businesses with recruitment and retention.
The rapidly changing situation around the Delta variant of COVID-19 means HR admins must take a closer look at their workplace plans—and adapt in real time.
Is going for gold worth the mental anguish? Star athletes Naomi Osaka and Simone Biles have recently spoken out about the high levels of pressure they face in their sports. Employers can learn from their examples—and help prevent their own employees from burning out.
In this episode 2, we talk with Elisa Garn how HR professionals can shape the employee experience—and be a positive driver of engagement.
Should HR help employees be smarter about workplace digital communication? Why is holding employees responsible for communication so important? We answer these questions, and more, following the termination of badly behaved employees at Netflix.
A new Executive Order could impact how employees change jobs—and how employers hire. Find out what it means, plus how to get your people to stay (without a non-compete requiring them to).
As the economy reopens, your employees are likely eyeing new job opportunities. And even if they’re not, your competitors might try to poach them. Here’s how to keep your people happy during The Great (talent) Reshuffling.
Many states and cities across the US are scheduled to raise their minimum wages on July 1, 2021. Although HR departments are looking forward to giving good news, the increases will also trigger changes in payroll and budget, some more complicated than others. Below are 6 tips to help you get through your next minimum wage increase.
Supporting a culture of inclusion looks different in a small company, but helping your people feel like they belong matters just as much. Here’s how to ensure your company is fostering inclusion—on Pride Day and every day.
During times of increased demand, do your HR policies support your employees—or abandon them? Here’s how to treat your people right so they stay, even when times are tough.
Your employees are heading back into the office, and they’re unsure of what to expect—and what’s expected of them. Here’s how to get everyone on the same page about the post-COVID workplace.
With the pandemic waning, businesses across the U.S are up against a new challenge: a nationwide labor shortage. Here’s what your company can do to attract the best talent amidst this new crisis.
Games and activities at work should not be an end in themselves. After all, they obviously do not directly get any work done. Playing a game over Zoom means an accountant isn’t working on a spreadsheet and a sales rep is not making calls. However, when used purposefully, online team building games improve attributes that may seem intangible but can actually be measured through metrics like employee retention.
A workplace that fully values every type of person is more likely to attract and retain a variety of employees. Respect and acceptance are universal principles that all people appreciate, and we need to see them in the culture of our workplace. Even if only one group is disadvantaged or hurt systemically, that can hurt the morale of other people who see it happening—as long as they have any human empathy.
Hiring a new employee is about finding the best person for the right job—but after you’ve picked the perfect hire, a mountain of paperwork stands between you and getting the new employee to work. Productivity comes after you’ve got all the proper new hire documents filled out and in place as part of the onboarding process.
An important part of keeping employees motivated, productive, and happy in their work is using incentives. What makes a good workplace incentive? Good incentives for work can depend on the unique company culture at your office, but ultimately incentives need to motivate and build morale. Incentives can also shape culture and build not only a productive workplace, but one that attracts and retains happy employees.
President Joe Biden recently signed the American Rescue Plan Act into law. This new round of economic stimulus in the wake of COVID19 affects businesses in a variety of ways. Learn more about what changed and what you need to know in 2021.
When it comes to unnecessary business expenses, employee turnover can be the most costly. Companies waste time and money every year trying to replace great employees who have left their organization. The best companies are taking steps to cut back on this expense by implementing strategies to prevent employee turnover. We’d like to share with you 11 proven ways to prevent or reduce turnover in your business.
The employee handbook is a valuable, yet often forgotten resource. A strong, well-written handbook can be an effective tool to set the tone for your company’s culture and work environment. Unfortunately, few companies place enough value on the creation and maintenance of this important document. This article will walk you through five easy ways to improve your handbook now and in the years to come.
As the world of business grows more complicated and more competitive, it’s never been more important to have great software tools at your disposal. HR SaaS companies are creating products and features that help HR professionals better manage their people, payroll, and HR processes. Learn how HR SaaS is changing the way businesses operate.
Hiring the right person for the right job is crucial for any growing business. But screening and evaluating candidates can take up a significant amount of time for an HR professional, especially if your company is hiring for several positions at once. Often, resumes alone aren’t a good enough guide for determining who to interview.
People management software sounds important, but what exactly does that mean? Does your business need it? What businesses benefit most? All these questions and more are answered as we dive into the fascinating world of people management software and determine what’s best for your company.
You want to attract the right people for the right job at your company—before the competition hires the best talent in the field. The hiring process, often involving recruiting, multiple screenings, assessments, and interviews, can take weeks or longer. An inefficient process may cause your company to lose out simply because candidates got another offer sooner. On the other hand, a poor hiring process can result in employees who are a poor fit for the culture or job requirements, causing expensive turnovers.
Personal finance starts with understanding your paycheck. Why is it less than I thought it’d be? What are all these deductions and withholdings? Understanding your pay stub and getting clear on the taxes and payroll deductions you face will prepare you for a better financial future.
Employee recognition programs are one of the driving forces of a successful employee culture. Recognizing an employee for their hard work decreases turnover and increases an employee’s loyalty and engagement. The world of employee recognition programs can be confusing and overwhelming, so we broke it down to help you understand what it takes to get a program up and running for your company.
A lot goes into running a successful small business. Along with a good idea and a quality product, you need a great team behind the business, making the operation run smoothly and taking care of the day-to-day work. An important part of that team is the human resources department. Why is human resources important? Your human resources team takes care of your other employees, working to create a productive environment where people feel valued and motivated to stay at the company and give their best work.
Employee engagement is one of the key metrics in the world of business. Without an engaged workforce, you run the risk of higher turnover, lower productivity, lower workplace satisfaction, lower customer satisfaction, and a drop in employee happiness. Getting engagement right changes all of this. Here are 8 ideas that actually work.
When considering whether or not to take a job, employees will weigh multiple factors. One of the most important? The company’s PTO plan. Without a great PTO plan in place, you not only risk missing out on top talent, but you also miss out on the unmistakable benefits of paid time off. It’s time to make paid time off a priority. We’ll walk you through the reasons why.
While working from home is nothing new, many companies are still struggling to help employees work from home productively. It’s important for employers and company leaders to recognize how they can most effectively help their employees. Here are 13 tips and tricks to make it happen.
Few things make a bigger difference in new hire onboarding than the creation of an onboarding packet. With an onboarding packet, you’re able to organize all your tasks, paperwork, and assignments and monitor it’s progress. We not only share the secrets behind what a good onboarding packet looks like, but we also provide a downloadable template for you to use and re-use as you go.
Company culture defines your workplace and can have a big influence on recruiting, productivity, and turnover. Your company’s culture will develop naturally, but your organization will benefit from investing in shaping that culture in a way that benefits your employees and your customers. This guide for how to improve company culture will help you get started.
Human resources leaders are playing a critical role in healthcare companies throughout the industry. HR’s ability to hire and train the right people, manage variable shifts and pay schedules, understand regulatory and legal compliance, and improve patient satisfaction, are making the department invaluable.
There are a variety of small business HR challenges that many companies face. These obstacles can prevent companies from reaching their potential if solutions aren’t found. Eddy has built software to make the management of people, payroll, and HR processes in a small business easy. Read more to find out how.
The start of a new year is a great time to look toward the future. Each new year brings with it new ideas and trends in every field. What’s coming up for the human resources industry in 2021? Last year, no one could have predicted the COVID-19 global pandemic and the impact it would have on the workplace. Looking forward, HR 2021 trends will reflect the ongoing repercussions of the pandemic.
Few things can impact your business as positively as making a great hire. When you bring talented people into your company, you elevate your chances of building something successful. Eddy wants to make hiring great people easy. Here are 10 ways you can use Eddy to help improve and simplify your hiring process.
Have you ever wondered what some of the world’s best companies do to build their culture and enhance their employees’ experience? Well, we did the research and we’re excited to share the results. Take an in-depth look at companies like Patagonia, Basecamp, Hubspot, Zappos, and even Eddy to learn how these companies are building their culture.
Reference checking is a key part of the hiring process. When done correctly, a reference check interview can reveal critical information about a job candidate. This article will help you understand what your goals for each interview should be and what questions you can ask to accomplish those goals.
Being a great manager can be challenging when everything is going right, and can be down right difficult when things are going wrong. Learning how to manage underperforming employees is a great skill to help you level up. By applying our simple, seven-step process, you’ll be on your way to management stardom.
We continue to work hard each and every day to improve our product. We are thrilled to share our latest updates, including the addition of company holidays. We look forward to getting your feedback so that we can continue to build the best HR product for small and mid-sized companies.
When it comes to running a small business, HR is rarely a top priority. However, if you’re unable to properly manage the human resources in your business, you’ll likely have poor outcomes in other areas. We narrow in on five essential HR tasks that every small business owner can do that will lead to positive results.
When it comes to choosing a payroll provider, there is so much more than just running payroll. Unfortunately, many business owners rush to choose the provider without considering many alternatives. Learn more about the four reasons you should consider making a change.
Every year, employers will make decisions about which days to grant employees time off. A great starting point is to understand the federal holiday schedule. Federal holidays are days where government offices and banks are closed. Employers will often grant these days off to employees.
One of the most effective ways to increase the productivity and motivation of your employees is to incentivize them with a bonus program. This article walks you through how to create an effective employee bonus plan, and what you need to consider to make it work.
When it comes to new employee paperwork, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. How can you know which documents are required to be signed and which are optional? How many forms should your new employees complete before they’re ready to work? What paperwork is the most important? All of these questions are answered as you dive into our new employee paperwork checklist.
It’s no secret that people are complicated. No two people are alike and everyone has their own unique preferences. These differences can make people management challenging. However, when you learn to R.E.A.D. people, you’ll immediately become a better manager and you’ll earn the trust of your team.
Improvements to your new employee onboarding process can be one of the most important investments you make in your business. By making the changes we recommend in this article, you’ll see employees stay at your company longer, be more productive, and be more engaged than ever before. Following this process will make all the time and effort you spend on your hiring process worthwhile.
While many HR best practices are tried and tested principles that have been around for ages, some things are changing in the year 2021. The lingering effects of a global pandemic have and will continue to change the way we work. Read this list to get your company aligned with the best HR practices of 2021.
Creating an effective HR strategy will elevate a business’s culture and positively impact the bottom line. Learning how to properly allocate your human resources and align their incentives with the goals of the company is a sure-fire way to succeed. Dive in to find out what HR strategy is and how to create an effective strategy for your business.
Employee burnout is on the rise as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to necessitate employees working from home. Long hours, blurred lines between work and home, and unclear priorities are hampering the mental health and wellbeing of employees everywhere. Here are three actionable tips to help employees avoid burnout while working from home.
Writing a good rejection email is a key part of the candidate experience. Your hiring process is not complete if you aren’t keeping all your candidates in the loop. Use these four tricks to write rejection emails like some of the world’s best companies.
Each stage in the hiring process is important, and the phone interview stage is no exception. The phone interview will help you determine who is worthy of an in-person interview, and who does not qualify to take up more of your time. Getting this interview right comes down to asking the right questions. Here are 10 common phone interview questions to find the right candidate.
As remote work becomes more permanent, it’s important that you learn how to properly manage a remote team. Productivity, communication, performance evaluation, and employee happiness all become more difficult to maintain while working from home. Learn how to combat these challenges in order to build a productive remote culture.
Running a small business can be challenging, but software is able to eliminate some of the stress, headache, and hassle. Whether you need to manage your finances, increase sales and marketing efforts, stay on top of human resources, or communicate internally with your team, there are software tools built for small businesses that make these tasks easier.
When it comes to running a small business, we know that managing employees is often one of the most difficult tasks. People are complicated, and finding a way to keep your employees happy and productive can be challenging. This article shares specific advice for what you can do in the three phases of the employee lifecycle to get the most out of each employee.
Are you having a hard time assembling awesome company benefits that get employees excited to work for you? We researched different benefit programs to see which were
The HR department is no longer considered a cost center, but a revenue generator. HR leaders are making key strategic decisions that have clear, positive, financial implications for the business. The best HR departments are attracting top talent, building company culture, and placing employees in the best position to succeed, all of which add to the company’s bottom line.
The field of human resources is attracting more and more talent each and every year. It has been identified as one of the fastest-growing and most fulfilling jobs in the world of business, and new-comers without a traditional background are trying to find a way into the industry. Here are some tips and tricks on how to get into human resources.
Even employees who have dealt with an HR manager may have questions about what they do. Human resources has changed drastically from its beginnings in the industrial revolution, and HR managers are always coming up with ideas about how to take care of the people behind a business. But what do they actually do? Why is this role so important in every company? And what is a human resources job like in 2021?
The world of HR has adjusted to numerous changes during the course of 2020, and some of these changes are here to stay. The “new” will become the “normal” as we move forward into a world where remote work is more common, equality and fairness are demanded, and personal values and political identity are shared more often.
When it comes to running a small business, a business owner can be overwhelmed with stress and responsibility. Not only is the owner responsible for the product they sell and the customers they serve, but they also need to create great experiences for their employees. Internal processes can be difficult to manage, and the best small business owners are turning to HR software to help.
2020 may have brought us a “new normal” but it doesn’t mean that it still feels new or exciting. Many Americans have been working from home for over six months now, and the daily routine is beginning to feel bland and dull. We want to share seven ideas that will help you spark a better work-from-home routine and get you to break free from the dreaded Work-From-Home Shuffle.
Ah, the glorious acronym “PTO.” Those three letters are one of the most beautiful sounds to any hard-working employee looking forward to some much-needed time off. Of course, most people know that PTO stands for paid time off—but how does paid time off work, exactly? Whether you’re creating a PTO policy for your small business or an employee seeking to understand your PTO, we’re here to break down how PTO works, the types of PTO, and more.
When it comes to hiring, speed is often the name of the game. If you’re spending too much time in any one area, you might be missing out on top candidates. To increase your speed and save you time, we recommend using an applicant tracking system. A good ATS can help automate your hiring process and lead to more successful outcomes.
Employees quit on their bosses, not their company. A good manager can be the difference between an employee staying at your company for six months or two years. It’s critical to invest in training and developing managers who value their direct reports. Here we break down six managerial mistakes that need to be avoided at all costs.
On the surface, many businesses seem like they thrive on nothing but sales transactions, processes, and industry jargon. But every company—from massive corporations to small businesses—ultimately has a group of people who make up the heart of their organization.
There are 3 major HR trends brought on by COVID19 that are absolutely changing the way we do business. Working from home, an increased focus on employee engagement, and a company’s ability to leverage the freelance economy are all becoming more critical to the modern business. We breakdown how to incorporate these trends into your company strategy.
Hiring is hard. Not knowing the right questions to ask during the job interview makes it even harder. Because we know how difficult it can be to ask the right job interview questions, we took the time to put together a list of over 100 questions you can ask to find the right job candidate!
Small businesses face unique challenges when it comes to managing their HR processes. They don’t have the resources to hire HR teams, and they may not even be able to afford a full-time HR professional. This guide was designed to help small businesses understand where to start and how to tackle the challenges involved with HR.
Although there is a mandated federal minimum wage, many states require employers to pay employees at different rates. If you run a business across state lines, or are just making sure you’re up-to-date with your local regulations, check out this complete list of minimum wage requirements in every state.
We’ve spent time speaking to hundreds of HR managers over the last three years, and we’ve learned a lot about what they like and don’t like about their work. Here we summarize the nine reasons HR managers love their job and why so many people are flocking to the profession.
Before creating an accrual-based PTO policy you’ll want to focus on five key components: Accrual frequency, accrual amount, milestones, max balance, and carry-over limit. By understanding each of these keys, you’ll be able to build the paid time off plan that is best suited for the needs of your organization.
Writing a job description can be a challenge, but if you get it right you’ll attract hundreds of applicants. Learning to write clearly, strike a professional tone, use proper formatting, and optimize for readability will help you stand out from the competition.
Every job has certain responsibilities that are critical to its success. Although there is no easy way to succinctly summarize all the responsibilities that belong in an HR manager’s job description, we’ve broken down the five ways that great HR managers can have an outsized impact on their company.
Each one of us dreams of maximizing our potential and reaching peak performance. It doesn’t matter what profession we’re in, we’d all like to be the best we can be. In order to do this, we use tools to enhance our abilities. Companies like Eddy make software tools for HR professionals to help them achieve more. We believe that every HR professional should use HR software.
With many companies laying off or furloughing workers, there are millions of unemployed people competing for a relatively small number of job openings. To make things even more complex, most of the interviewing process is now done virtually, an adjustment job seekers need to prepare for.
Whether you’re at a company of 5 or 5,000, you should have an employee handbook. These handbooks help employees understand what they’re agreeing to when they come and work for your company. Writing a handbook isn’t easy, so we wanted to give you a headstart with this friendly guide on how to create an employee handbook.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created numerous challenges for businesses. Among the most pressing is the health and wellbeing of a workforce that has shifted to remote work. Employees are deprived of daily social interaction, and they’re working longer hours than ever before. We break down why companies should immediately begin focusing on employee health and share 7 ideas on how to improve the health and wellness of remote employees.
Want to make better decisions? Get better data. The HR metrics your company tracks will directly impact decision making in your organization. If you’re not tracking the right things, or if you’re not looking at your data holistically, you might miss opportunities for improvement. Here we break down the 20 HR metrics that every company needs to track.
We know how hard it is to curate a book list, so we went ahead and did it for you. If you’re looking for inspiration, motivation, and transformation for 2021, then check out our recommendations! We’ve compiled a strong list of eight books that we believe are must-reads for HR managers in 2021.
If you’re having trouble holding productive one-on-one meetings, then you’ve come to the right place. Productive one-on-one meetings can pay massive dividends for companies looking to increase employee productivity, boost employee morale, and jumpstart employee engagement. Here we break down nine specific steps that managers can take to take their one-on-ones to the next level.
Starting a business is hard. There is so much to think about in terms of what you’ll be selling, how you’ll sell it, and how you’ll get customers that anything beyond that might seem premature. But implementing and understanding HR policies and processes will set you up for long term success. Read on about why startups need to think about HR.
Employee recognition can be a challenge. You want to be sure to reward employees with things that are useful and worthwhile, without coming across as cheesy or insincere. Never fear. We’ve done the hard work and researched 38 awesome and amazing ways that you can reward your employees.
Creating a hiring process that works for you and enhances the candidate experience is challenging. Those involved in hiring must be extremely well organized, quick to communicate, and very decisive. Here we’ve outlined eight ways that you can implement today to improve your hiring process.
One of the most important, but absolutely worst parts of management is being responsible for terminating an employee. Firing someone is hard, unpleasant, and uncomfortable. Like anything else, there are definitely right ways and wrongs ways to go about it. Here we’ll show you how to terminate employees the right way.
You spoke, and we listened! Many of our customers have expressed the need to solve the problem of tracking and managing all the different requirements for their employees. Today, we are really excited to release our Training Tracking feature to help solve this problem. Training Tracking will allow our users to be able to track trainings, certifications, and licenses all in one place, while providing automated notifications reminders before anything expires.
HR has traditionally been the epicenter of administrative tasks. But as technology automates and simplifies many of these tasks, the HR leaders of tomorrow will be expected to make a shift to strategic HR. They’ll help businesses solve difficult problems through data and process development.
When it comes to creating the best paid time off policy for your company, you need to first gather details about your options. Here we break down four types of policies that you should consider before you decide a PTO plan for your business.
COVID19 has accelerated the rate that companies are allowing employees to work from home. If your company is considering letting some or many of your employees work from home on a more permanent basis, consider first creating a work from home policy. Use our guide to help you make the right decisions for your company.
Sometimes it’s easier to listen than it is to read. If you’re looking for motivation or ideas on how to improve your company, work environment, or culture, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve carefully curated an awesome list of amazing speeches delivered by leadership experts. You’ll find all 10 videos embedded into the article to make your viewing experience seamless.
Workplace stress can not only hinder performance and affect job satisfaction, but it can harm your emotional and psychological well-being away from work. Learning to manage stress in the workplace can be an essential key that helps unlock a happier way to live. Here are some practical steps to help manage stress in the workplace.
Engaged employees are more happy, productive, and invested in their work. But do you know which of your employees are engaged? We’ll teach you how to create an employee engagement survey, give you 25 questions to ask, and help you understand what to do with the results.
Human Resources managers have a lot to do. They need to be organized, focused, task-oriented, and good with people. But they also need to be strategic thinkers who can dive into the weeds or think clearly about the big picture. Their day-to-day can be filled with responsibilities in completely different areas of work. In case you’ve been wondering, here’s what HR managers do.
Scheduling a meeting is such a simple concept, but more often than not, it’s done wrong. The way you schedule the meeting matters. Who you invite (or choose not to invite) matters even more. And if you want that meeting to be productive, then prepping your participants for the conversation is as important as the conversation itself. Take a dive into the do’s and don’ts of meetings.
Starting a business is challenging, and the odds are stacked against you. Before you dive in, figure out the reason why you want to be in business, and why your specific company should exist. Being able to define your why will make other decisions easier and will keep you going when times get tough.
All Hands on Deck meetings are a great way to communicate company goals, vision, and mission to employees. They’re also a useful tool for celebrating your organization’s accomplishments along the way. Running a successful All Hands meeting can be a powerful tool in strengthening company culture and improving trust and transparency.
Companies want to get the most out of their employees, and employees want to work for companies who provide opportunities and fulfillment. The intersection of these two desires is the ability companies have to help employees feel valued and appreciated at work. When employees feel like their company cares about them on a personal level, they work harder and achieve more.
This is challenging, new territory for all of us. After months of shut down, the American economy is slowing opening and employees are returning to work. However, with the virus still present, it’s important that we return to work safely, and take the precautions necessary to protect our people.
Employee compensation can take many different forms. Most people think of it as the money that ends up in your bank account at the end of a pay period. But for many of us, the fringe benefits we enjoy from our employer play a significant role in our compensation package.
Many companies miss the opportunity to conduct great exit interviews because they don’t take the time to really prepare, nor do they have an end goal in mind. When prepped with the right exit interview questions, these meetings can provide a wealth of information to help your company make decisions on how to improve.
The scramble to secure PPP loans has been top-of-mind for small business owners. Once a loan is secured, the next step for many of them will be to determine how to qualify for loan forgiveness. One thing everyone will need to know is what full-time equivalent employees are and how to calculate your FTE number.
Onboarding new employees is key to lowering turnover rates. Turnover and job replacement is extremely expensive, so it’s worth learning how to avoid it. Read on to see how.
Quotes are often a great source of inspiration, and when it comes to the year 2021, we think everyone could use a little pick-me-up! Here are 10 HR quotes that we found helped us think more introspectively, and get excited about the rest of the year.
There’s no way you could have prepared for the challenge of managing a team, from home, during a global pandemic, and yet, here we are. Hopefully by following these tips, the experience will be a little more cheerful, productive, and motivating for you and the members of your team. Good management is needed more than ever.
“We continue to build an amazing company! One of the next steps was to bring in a world class design firm, to look at our brand. It has been a fun process to research our competitors, talk with our customers, dive into designs and come to a conclusion on what our company brand is. I am so excited to launch the new look!” – Travis Hansen
Robb Lifferth walks us through the first things that a veteran HR consultant does when they look at a new business. He also explains why HR needs to know about business objectives and how they can help.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit small businesses hard. Fortunately, there are resources for help. See what’s out there to help your small business.
This round of updates gives users a lot more flexibility with the PTO tool, speeds up app navigation for you, and simplifies inviting employees to Eddy and viewing their account creation progress.
What is the coronavirus, what are the symptoms, how does it spread, and what can I do about it for my company? Read on to protect your company from COVID-19.
A big myth in business is that HR doesn’t contribute to a company’s profitability. Keep reading to see what we think about that. (Hint: it’s totally false)
As a startup or small business you probably have a game plan for product development, market penetration, and marketing initiatives, but what’s your game plan for Human Relations? Here’s the ground-up HR game plan for startups and small businesses.
Tracking employees’ time with Eddy puts all of your employee time information in one place so reviewing, editing, and approving employee timesheets is easy. Not only that, but our employee time tracking software could save you hours of hunting payroll information every week.
Elisa Garn sat down with our CEO to talk about favorite books, gratitude, employee qualities, startup priorities, and HR strategy.
Not only is Disney Plus’s The Mandalorian an example of cinematic genius, but it’s also a great place to learn some HR principles to help you at work if you’re in an HR or management role.
Skipio is a growing SaaS company that takes the famous Clifton Strengths Assessments to heart so they can learn, grow, and excel faster as individuals and as a company. Here’s their explanation of why they are a “strengths-based company”.
Workplace stress is a lot more than an unfortunate symptom of a heavy workload. It has consequences that affect your bottom line. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do about it. Here are 7 things you can do in your company to get rid of workplace stress and maximize workplace performance.
Planning an office Christmas party can be a daunting task. The food has to be great, the activities have to be engaging, and the atmosphere has to be fun. Miss one of these elements and the whole thing could flop. It’s a lot to handle, but with our thorough guide to throwing an office Christmas party, you’ll be equipped to make yours one to remember.
Everybody loves the adage, “Work hard, play hard.” Not only is this a fun way to live, but building this lifestyle into your company culture is a great way to attract top talent and keep your current employees happy and productive. In the workplace, “Work hard, play hard” goes by a different name — PTO.
HR may be the most underappreciated role in a business, but the role is huge. As a tiny startup, a full-time HR manager may not be necessary, but when will it be? The short answer is, later than you may think. Let’s talk about why you may not need an HR pro yet, and when you probably should consider hiring one.
The HR department holds some extremely sensitive information, and we know it. The security of your employees’ information is our priority, and we take it seriously. Check out how we’re helping you more finely control access to sensitive data within our already very secure platform.
Remember how in grade school you got to show your school pride during spirit week? Well, we brought this old tradition to the workplace! Having a workplace spirit week is a good company culture filler when you have a dead spot in the year with no events happening. At Eddy, a Tesani company, we do spring, fall, and Christmas spirit weeks because employees love it that much.
New employee onboarding is a must-have process for running a great business, but it’s tough to perfect. Employers spend tons of time, money, and resources recruiting talent, but new hires are often “still shopping,” so just hiring them isn’t enough. You have to convince them to stay.
You’ve asked for it and here’s our answer. Eddy is now launching paid time off functions. If you were looking for one more spreadsheet to throw away or one more login to forget, look at your PTO process. Eddy’s got you covered there.
We’ve also continued to build out our onboarding features, but more on that in a bit.
When you think of a safe workplace environment, your mind might jump to a construction sight or a job in Jurassic Park or something. That’s not exactly what we’re getting at here. In this context, a safe workplace environment is having the freedom to fail safely.
A slow or messy hiring process can be a real turnoff to top job candidates. Here’s how you can smooth out your hiring process to make the hiring experience an actual pleasure. Yup, it’s possible!
“Culture” is one of 2020’s biggest buzzwords, and there’s a reason for that. Today’s workforce cares about more than salary. We all want to work at a place that we actually enjoy. That’s where culture steps in. To win top talent and increase productivity, you have to add culture to your benefits package.