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White Papers for SHRM Human Resource Vendor Directory

  • Using Tech To Find Top TalentBy

    TalentSorter article featured in HR Reporter Magazine, June 2018
  • Wrap Plan Document and Web PortalBy

    MZQ's wrap plan document includes a web portal where employees can access necessary plan documents. The MZQ document and portal are designed to ensure that clients meet applicable legal requirements under ERISA.
  • The Ultimate Guide to HR OutsourcingBy

    Should your business outsource HR compliance functions? How do you know what type of TPA or system to use? Learn more in this comprehensive guide to outsourcing human resources.
  • Games Smart Companies PlayBy

    With some of the greatest generational diversity in workplace history and an alarmingly high level of disengaged employees, organizations need to get in the game—literally. Increasingly, companies are “gamifying” their learning programs to engage a multigenerational workforce. But not just any...
  • Is your Talent Thriving?By

    The best HR professionals and managers know that high-performing talent is their organization’s most valued asset. While finding and keeping the best people can be difficult, keeping employees engaged, motivated and feeling valued, remains among HR’s most pressing challenges. At True Colors,...
  • From Frontline to C-SuiteBy

    Leadership "behavior" appears to be shared by leaders at every level, from Frontline to C-Suite. Numerous studies show that individuals who practice leadership and management skills under the supervision and support of someone who has mastered a specific competency develop the competency faster...
  • Moving from Dependent to Interdependent RelationshipsBy

    Expanding Consciousness
  • How to Write Emails Your Employees will Actually ReadBy

    While email remains an essential tool for business communication, email overload and employee engagement present real challenges. With more than 200 billion emails sent and received every day, it is no surprise many go unopened or unread. Whether you are responsible for sending executive...
  • Misconceptions that sometimes hold back job mobility among Baby BoomersBy

    The overall aging demographics of the U.S. workforce are well known. As a result, the traditional approach to “retirement” has evolved from ceasing all work to moving into “phased”, “partial” or even “blurred” (stopping and then returning for periodic employment) “preretirement”. There are...
  • Hire Image’s Top 10 Background Screening Predictions for 2019By

    When it comes to background screening, drug testing, and employment verification’s, those in the background screening industry must keep informed of the ever-changing rules, regulations, laws, and court decisions. What are the most impactful topics facing the industry for 2019? Of those,...
  • 15 Must-Ask Questions Before Implementing a Pre-Hire Assessment ProcessBy

    Companies that take a long, hard look at their hiring processes realize skills and abilities carry a lot of weight. The pre-hire assessment process is one of the more effective means for getting an objective and standardized measurement of characteristics that are relevant to a job. Tests and...
  • The Future of Strategic Talent AcquisitionBy

    Competition for talent is intense. One of the biggest threats to business growth today is the difficulty of finding the right talent. Companies that are on a strategic journey to transform productivity or continue sustainable growth understand that the strategy behind acquiring great talent is...
  • How can we Make Processes at Work Simpler and More Efficient?By

    As we start to look forward to the New Year now maybe a good time to review the established processes at work to see if tasks can be modified or eliminated altogether. Process improvement focuses on streamlining established procedures, reducing costs and improving efficiency. There are...
  • Elevating Women in LeadershipBy

    Organizations have been investing in women and in organizational practices for decades with little results. The catalyst for elevating women, in fact, comes down to what managers do every day which has a big impact on the ability of women to advance in their careers. In this report you will...
  • Background Checks: What Job Applicants and Employees Should KnowBy

    Some employers look into your background before deciding whether to hire you, or before deciding whether you can keep your job. When they do, you have legal rights. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforces a federal law that regulates background reports for employment, and the Equal...
  • Improve HR Productivity Immediately – It’s Easier Than You ThinkBy

    If you’re like most HR Professionals you are under tremendous pressure from top management to increase the strategic value of your team. The message is loud and clear – “we need improved service and streamlined processes!”
  • 8 Criminal Background Check Myths, BustedBy

    Since 70 million people in the U.S. have a criminal record, it makes sense that employers conduct criminal background checks so they can make informed decisions about applicants. The problem is that many myths abound regarding criminal background checks, so we decided to round up some of the...
  • Coaching Assessment ToolBy

    The ability to set and consistently achieve one’s goals has many benefits including improved performance and heightened self-confidence. Conversely, it can be quite demotivating to repeatedly fall short of a goal or become stuck and unable to move forward. This is an area where coaching has been...
  • Validity and Reliability of The WorkPlace Big Five ProfieBy

    Today's organizations and leaders face a demanding challenge in choosing from among thousands of personality assessment products and services. Validity and reliability are especially important factors to consider when evaluating assessments. Valid and reliabe assessments have been proven to be a...
  • Trained Vs. Competent EmployeesBy

    While training is a necessary step, it may not be enough to prove competence and ensure peace of mind. In today’s world of regulations and standards it is no longer enough to simply train your workforce. Organizations must establish an employee development program that...
  • Our Case Studies: Challenge #1By

    A Texas based Holding Company specializing in automotive dealerships was growing by acquisition throughout the state and initially had 18 locations with 400 employees. Their continued growth plans brought them to a decision point of either needing to hire a larger staff and train them or look at...
  • The Public Health Threat is RealBy

    States with Legalized Pot Do Appear to Experience More Car Crashes
  • Medical Skepticism and its Effects on Your Employees' HealthcareBy

    We live in an age of scientific enlightenment. Science, through technology, has made remarkable advances in the 20th and early 21st centuries. These advances include the internet and personal computing, advanced communication technologies, automobile, air and space travel, inexpensive global...
  • Guide to Launching Your First Employee Recognition ProgramBy

    Everything you need to know to build, budget and launch your program
  • The #1 Habit of People who are Financially StableBy

    In this episode of Resilience Radio, we discuss how to: -Start feeling great now. -Make healthy financial decisions. -Limit your kids' use of electronics. -Motivate team members with low self-esteem. -Manage high achievers that don't fit the company culture.