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Get More Creative than Cash Compensation

Yesterday we heard from compensation expert Bryan Van Noy about how cash compensation might not be the most effective or attractive aspect of your compensation package. Today, we’ll go over how you can take that into consideration. By Bryan Van Noy Cash Compensation Is Coercive and Manipulative For employers hoping to change employee health habits […]

Put That Cash Compensation Back in Your Wallet

When you are recruiting, you might think that your various types of cash compensation are an attractive feature for any recruit. However, Bryan Van Noy, an expert in compensation and the cofounder of Sonic Boom Wellness, says maybe not. Cash compensation might not have the pull you thought it did. By Bryan Van Noy When […]

Talent and Performance Management—What’s Really Happening?

What’s happening with talent and performance management in the real world? What are your competitors up to? Help us find out! Please participate in our brief survey and see how what you are doing stacks up against what other successful companies are doing. We’ll get answers to these questions and more: Do you have a […]

Anticipate Great Success at Work in 2016

The opening line of Carly Simon’s 1971 song Anticipation is “We can never know about the days to come, but we think about them anyway.” As I write this, it’s the first day back at work in the new year, and anticipation sums up the way I feel today. Webster’s defines anticipation as “a feeling […]

Are Workers from an Agency Your Employees?

What about workers from a staffing agency? The staffing company, the client employer, or both may be the legal employer, says attorney Deanna Brinkerhoff. It depends on the workers’ duties, their work conditions, and the contractual basis on who controls what on the worksite. Brinkerhoff, an associate in the Las Vegas office of law firm […]

On Demand: Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV and Employees?

Netflix, Hulu, Roku, Apple TV. Everything is on demand today—including employees, says attorney Deanna Brinkerhoff. Deanna Brinkerhoff, an associate in the Las Vegas office of law firm Holland & Hart LLP, offered her tips at BLR’s Advanced Employment Issues Symposium held recently in Las Vegas. Why Recruiters Are Looking for More On-Demand Talent Brinkerhoff notes […]

Creating an Attractive Culture for Millennials

In yesterday’s Advisor, we heard from expert Ryan Jenkins about some ways to revitalize a culture of loyalty in order to make the most of your current Millennial talent, and how to attract new talent. by Ryan Jenkins Ryan Jenkins is an internationally recognized speaker and author who helps organizations better lead, communicate, engage, and […]

The Vast Majority of Employees Want for Career Opportunities

According to the Corporate Executive Board Company (CEB), a best practice insight and technology company, today’s flat organizational structures mean employees spend more time at each job level—roughly 3 more years than they did in 2010. This stalled progression has caused 70% of employees to be dissatisfied with future career opportunities, leading to potentially massive […]

Workers Want Flexibility Above All Else

Yesterday’s Advisor introduced a survey by RecruitiFi that suggested that the majority of the workforce values flexibility over compensation. Today we’ll take a look at more of the results of the survey as well as the demographic composition of the survey. The Importance of Flexibility A clear pattern emerges when people are asked “How important […]

Flexibility Makes Part-Time Employment Attractive

A recent survey by RecruitiFi shows two important results: The majority of workers value flexibility over compensation, and the majority of workers would voluntarily work fewer hours or leave their full-time job for part-time work. This information should inform any recruiting strategy. The survey, given to 1,012 employed participants, sought to answer the question, “How […]