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Change Management

Flimp CPO Joins Forbes Human Resource Council

Our Chief People Officer, Heather Smith, recently joined the Forbes Human Resource Council and she’s wasting no time sharing her years of experience. She was featured as part of their expert panel in their article, “15 Surprising Ways HR Can Contribute in Times of Crisis.”

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how to boost morale for employees working from home
Employee Engagement

Six Ways HR Can Help Boost Morale

“According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 29 percent of Americans can work from home” – The Atlantic While COVID-19 continues to affect people around the world, all we can do is keep our distance and work (if able) to maintain a sense of

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year-round communications help preparedness for crisis communications
Change Management

Using Video for Year-Round (and Crisis) Employee Communication

Robust employee communication beyond open enrollment craziness is the key to improving employee engagement and ensuring workers stay informed. But outside of annual enrollment, it can be more difficult to capture and hold workers’ attention on benefits issues. That is, with the exception of major

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financial wellness impacts physical, mental and emotional wellness
Health and Wellness

Strength Through Financial Wellness

There are several types of wellness. Physical wellness is the one people are most familiar with, focused on making sure the body functions at optimal levels. People also have some familiarity with mental wellness, though it often (incorrectly) gets equated with mental health. Mental wellness

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workplace wellness trends for 2020
Employee Benefits Communication

Workplace Wellness Trends for HR Managers in 2020

There are plenty of new ways HR managers are thinking about workplace wellness in 2020. This is leading to new products, new technologies and new ways of thinking about employee benefits. Younger generations of workers are entering the job market and replacing retiring baby boomers,

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millennials at work should start planning for retirement now
Employee Benefits Communication

Help Millennials at Work Prepare for Retirement

Preparing for retirement in your twenties? Is that jumping the gun? Nope. Putting a savings system in place for the future is never a bad idea. To some millennials, retirement may not even seem real because it’s so far away. But there are major benefits

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video communication will continue to evolve in 2020
Employee Communications

Video Communication Trends for a New Decade

Customers and corporate clients respond to video in advertising. Video conferencing makes employee and internal communication easier. Explainer videos for training and onboarding processes are growing in popularity. Creating and maintaining video content is getting easier and more cost effective. These and other video communication

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employee offboarding processes can help you fill the new labor gap
Change Management

Employee Offboarding: How to Communicate with Departing Employees

Employee offboarding rarely gets the attention employee onboarding does, and that’s a huge mistake. A documented, formal offboarding process, even for remote employees, prevents legal and security issues. It can provide feedback for improving processes and leaves the door open for some employees to return

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HR managers need to stay on top of tech trends in the industry
Change Management

Tech Trends for HR Managers: The Year Ahead

HR managers are in the midst of a global revolution for the better. We’re currently experiencing the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The first of these revolutions saw the introduction of mechanization with both steam and water power. The second featured mass production made possible by electricity.

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