The HR Specialist: Compensation and Benefits

If your organization employs lots of part-timers—or is considering shifting work formerly done by full-time employees to part-timers—consider these factors.

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With hard hats on, Skanska Con­­struc­­tion Group crews all over the country start their day by stretching in 15-minute group exercise classes right on their job sites.

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From establishing inclement weather policies to rethinking year-end bonuses, check out our guide to surviving the cold and the unexpected.

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It’s not all work and no play at United Shore, a Troy, Mich., mortgage lender, which stages an annual Octoberfest.

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The average tenure of the 180 em­­ployees of Redwood City, Calif.-based W. Bradley Electric is 9.3 years—three times the national average in the construction industry.

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Time and again, these cuts are poorly communicated to employees. Build a strategic process to do it well.

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Since Apple promoted a former retail executive to its top HR position in February, the company has added a slew of employee benefits.

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On their first day of work, employees of PEP Housing in South Petaluma, Calif., are greeted by a “welcome” sign on their office doors—the boss’s first effort to show the new staff member that he or she “belongs.”

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Positivity is what keeps a workplace ticking. It all starts with supervisors. And all they have to do is treat employees better.

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Once filled by students willing to run for coffee and make copies, internships have become regulated, and expectations for the experience have been raised. Are you ready to compete for interns?

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