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CoAdvantage Benefits

5 Best Practices for Communicating About Employer Benefits

CoAdvantage- When it comes to communicating about benefits, employers aren’t always the best. A survey from Health Advocacy, a health advocacy and concierge company, found that nearly half (41%) of employees report that benefits communication is too infrequent. Furthermore, the survey revealed a discrepancy between HR managers and employees in perceptions about the frequency of[…]

CoAdvantage Recruitment

How to Expand Recruitment From Local to Nationwide

CoAdvantage- If more employers are embracing remote working – which seems to be the case – that means they can potentially expand recruitment nationwide, especially if the job roles are full-time remote or require only occasional in-person meetings. On the surface, that might be exciting. It means employers can access a larger talent pool that[…]

CoAdvantage Remote Work Salaries

Will Remote Working Allow Employers to Reduce Salaries?

CoAdvantage- Remote work is likely here to stay, and its increased use raises some interesting questions around recruiting. One potential implication is that employers can expand recruitment efforts from their local area to nationwide (or beyond). “As talent becomes more of a national marketplace, some of my clients have been contemplating the idea of having[…]

CoAdvantage Unlimited Time Off

Unlimited Time off: Pros and Cons to Keep in Mind

CoAdvantage- More and more companies are offering unlimited time off as an employee benefit. In fact, in some sectors, unlimited time off has turned from a genuine differentiator into a necessity just to keep up with competitors in attracting and retaining new talent. Beyond its strengths as a recruitment boon, unlimited time off also offers[…]

CoAdvantage HR Innovation

How HR Can Help Facilitate Organizational Innovation

CoAdvantage- Does HR help your organization adapt to changing circumstances and inspire innovation? That’s not always the case. HR can sometimes be a drag on innovation when its own processes are rooted in a dogmatic, rigid understanding of its role. Remember, it’s your people who drive innovation at your organization. Researchers in Research Technology Management[…]

CoAdvantage Workplace Bias

7 Tactics to Deal with Workplace Bias

CoAdvantage- In our recent article, we looked at the subtle red flags that may indicate workplace bias is a problem at an organization. But what happens next? If workplace bias is present and manifesting in the form of illegal harassment or discrimination, what can HR and employers do to protect their employees and keep the[…]

CoAdvantage. Workplace Bias.

6 Red Flags That You May Have a Workplace Bias Problem

CoAdvantage- Workplace bias is a pernicious problem. According to Statista, 61% of U.S. workers have experienced some form of workplace discrimination, with age discrimination as the most common complaint, followed closely by race- and sex-related discrimination. Part of what makes workplace bias so hard to fight is that many times company workers and leaders simply[…]

CoAdvantage Resumé

How to Read a Resumé Like Sherlock Holmes

CoAdvantage- Resumés are such a standard part of the job application process that most hiring managers and recruiters intrinsically develop a sixth sense for resumés that are trying to mislead them or otherwise obscure weaknesses in the candidate. But resumés can also begin to run together over time, and resumé reviews can turn into a[…]

CoAdvantage Hiring

Recruitment and Hiring in the Age of the Coronavirus

CoAdvantage- The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has upended business operations worldwide, with employers facing unprecedented changes in the workplace (e.g., widespread working from home initiatives). COVID-19 has also caused a host of questions and concerns for employers uncertain how the pandemic should change their behaviors. Staffing, for example, has become a complex question. How is COVID-19[…]

CoAdvantage Title VII Compliance

Title VII Compliance After the Recent Landmark Supreme Court Ruling

CoAdvantage- Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a surprise decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga. that federal law protects workers from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity under Title VII. In essence, the court found that discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity cannot be divorced from discrimination based[…]

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