Employee wellness is an important aspect of a healthy and productive workplace. With the blurring of work-life lines and the increasing pace of business, burnout has become a growing problem among employees.
The ADP Research Institute®, a specialized group within ADP®, surveyed 725 HR decision-makers in global multinational organizations with 5,000 or more employees to provide insight. Helping HR and corporate executives to better understand the correlation between corporate goals and HCM, the study explores the value of global HCM components as well the plans and needs of global executives.
Business leaders are leaning into workforce data more than ever to understand how to better support their people. In this Workforce News Minute, Tiffany Davis, ADP Division Vice President, Human Resources, shares two key areas in which the power of data is reshaping hiring and retention.
Many workers consider environmental sustainability practices when deciding whether to stay, or accept a job with, a company.
Gen Z graduates are charting a new path and reshaping the workforce.
Organizations have begun exploring how generative AI can improve the working lives of HR practitioners and employees. Various use cases are being experimented with, and new ones will continue to arise.
Canadian workers say compensation, benefits and options for career advancement are less satisfying in June compared to last month, resulting in a decrease of the National Work Happiness Score.
On April 21, 2023, the federal government published an Order in Council (“Order”) that amends the Canada Labour Code (“CLC”), which applies to federally-regulated industries and workplaces. These amendments include new specifications for employer reimbursements of work-related expenses and employer obligations for sharing information about employment rights with their employees (“Amendments”).
Further to our HR Alert of July 12, 2022 on the federal government’s amendments to the Competition Act (the “Act”) to protect labour competition and prohibit employers from fixing wages and restricting job mobility of employees across Canada, the Competition Bureau (the “Bureau”) recently published its Enforcement Guidelines on wage-fixing and no poaching agreements (the “Guidelines”), as the Competition Act amendments (the “Amendments”) come into effect.
Insights from a 2022 survey by the ADP Research Institute found that two-thirds of employees are willing to make a job change to work in a hybrid model. Read on to learn more about the nature of work and innovation in today's workforce.