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May 30, 2013 - In This Issue

CFO Magazine Weighs In on the Big Question from HR
What Should You Look for in HR Software?
Smart Recruiting
A Safety Tsunami
Are You Having Trouble With Employer Branding?


Benefits of Upgrading Your HR Technology
Read the just-released report, 6 Strategic Benefits of Upgrading Your HR Technology, and discover how well-known industry leaders like Culligan International and Teavana have leveraged advanced HR technology take control of payroll, improve global collaboration, and fortify people management—all while delivering extraordinary business results. Get the complete report now at no cost, compliments of Ultimate Software, and discover how your business can achieve these benefits and much more!
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CFO Magazine Weighs In on the Big Question from HR
In a recent blog post by David McCann, he discusses the age old question: Why doesn’t HR get a seat at the table? Citing the 2013 State of the Talent Managers Report, McCann reports that the goals of talent managers do not often match up with those goals of others occupying chairs at the table.
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What Should You Look for in HR Software?
HR technology managers and HR decision-makers weighed in on what is most important in HR software in the HRIS/HCM Requirements Report.
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Smart Recruiting
Get this: 82% of employees who apply for jobs expect to be contacted by the employer. Yet, 75% of the people who applied for jobs in the past year never receive any contact from employers. As a result, people are turning to social media to publicly bash those organizations, and some have stopped purchasing from those businesses altogether.

Lesson: Even if you aren’t interested in a job candidate, follow up. A simple canned email you draft and send can prevent negative publicity.

-- Adopted from “Job Candidates Want Payback for Hiring Snubs,” Dennis McCafferty, Baseline, Baselinemag.com.

More tips on successful communications.

A Safety Tsunami
As more people are inclined to work past the traditional age of retirement because of insufficient savings, a want to stay productive or any other number of reasons, the question arises: What is the effect of an aging workforce on workplace injury costs? In a recent white paper, Bill Spears explores exactly that question.
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Are You Having Trouble With Employer Branding?
There are some common reasons that HR has trouble with employer branding. If one of them is a lack of knowhow, you might not have to look any farther than your marketing department.
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