Are Your Employees Staying or Leaving? Trends in Turnover from the 2019 HR Metrics Survey
Turnover rates are on the rise according to Employers Council’s recently published 2019 HR Metrics Survey covering employers in Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming. The average turnover for all states is 19 percent. This data-driven survey tracks HR metrics such as turnover, tenure, job absence rates, compensation expense, and the cost of benefits. Employers can... Read more »
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The Power of 10,000
Employers concerned about their workforce’s ability to adapt to changes in the business environment (competitors, technology, etc.), may benefit from development strategies that acknowledge and leverage the innate abilities of their employees’ brains. A dive into brain functioning research illuminates what drives employee behaviors and capabilities on a deeper level. CHC Theory asserts that human... Read more »
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Colorado: Employers Must Now Register in Advance for Unemployment Hearings
Last week, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) began requiring parties to “pre-register” for unemployment compensation appeals hearings at least 24 hours in advance of the hearing through an automated hotline. Parties do not need to pre-register individual witnesses. According to the CDLE, failure to pre-register will result in dismissal of the appeal... Read more »
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