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By Gwen Moran -Fast Co. You feel it coming—the malaise, fatigue, irritability, and lack of interest. It’s tougher to motivate yourself to do what you need to do. You’re heading toward full-fledged burnout. But the bad news is that you have zero flexibility to take time off to deal with it. “When you’re talking about… read more

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By Ellen Gregory – ADP   Employers looking to reduce turnover could gain from better understanding the desires of employees at different stages of their careers. There is an intense struggle for talent among employers in America today. The dramatic shift in the labor market across the past decade has created an employee retention crisis…. read more

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By Bruce Nichols – ADP The relationship between finance and HR is vital to effective human capital management. Our finance leader was struggling, as many executives do, to comprehend the incredible costs associated with aligning financial support to strategic human capital management. Providing a budget that responsibly supports the business and accounts for the increasing… read more

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By Todd Wasserman – ADP Technology can have a profound impact on your organization — but it has to be the right technology. Technology in the workplace can transform an organization by making it more agile and efficient. Successful implementation of the right software can also enhance the role of HR and make it more… read more

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By Albert McKeon – ADP An HR department isn’t a battleground, but the gaming strategies of Fortnite are worth considering. An estimated 125 million people — maybe more — play the online video game Fortnite. It’s the hot social and cultural phenomenon of the moment, and it shows no signs of slowing. But who would… read more

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By Linda Le Phan – theLadders   Not everyone is born a charming extrovert … and that’s a good thing. If everyone was the same, life would be boring. And especially in the workplace, it’s mainly when you have a variety of different personalities – including the quieter and introverted personalities – that workdays are… read more

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By Erin Greenwald – theMuse When you’re overwhelmed and overloaded at work, it can be easy to feel trapped. After all, what can you really do besides continue to crank away at your massive to-do list until it all gets done? Well, a lot. In fact, putting your nose to the grindstone from morning to… read more

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By Run-ADP For many employers, the annual open enrollment period is fast approaching. During open enrollment, employees have an opportunity to choose or change their benefits (such as health, life, vision, and dental insurance). Given the complexity of many benefit programs, employers and employees often have questions during open enrollment. To help make the process… read more

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By Julia Malacoff – Glassdoor These days, phone interviews are an unavoidable part of the job interview process, and for good reason: They save everyone involved time and effort. But that doesn’t mean that phoners require zero energy on the part of the candidate. Yes, you should spend more time preparing for an in-person interview,… read more

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By Leah Thomas via Fairygodboss – theLadders   Having friends at work can improve your overall office experience. Just having someone to eat lunch with or talk to before a big meeting can make your days seem shorter and more meaningful. But regardless of how well you get along with someone at work or how… read more