Bloomberg BNA is a leading provider of HR research on topics ranging from recruiting and retention to job absence, turnover, and labor/management negotiations. Our research team gives you trusted metrics and benchmarking data for assessing the HR function as your organizational needs change.
Recovering wage overpayments can be a timely and sometimes embarrassing process for payroll professionals. While employers go to great lengths to avoid these kinds of mistakes, they are an inevitable part of doing business. When these mistakes happen, understanding your compliance obligations and responsibilities to your employees is critical. BNA’s Guide to Recovering Overpayments provides payroll professionals with best practice guidance on how to avoid and effectively recover wage overpayments.
The detailed analyses in this report highlight your colleagues' and competitors' HR challenges and solutions, allowing you to better assess your own organization's position and progress. Stay up to date with the benchmarking tools you need to plan effectively!
Guide to HR Benchmarks 2014–2015 will help you understand industry trends and determine what you need to measure, based on your organization's strategic goals. It will aid you in finding benchmarks from your peer organizations, and then guide you to the best resources you can use to move forward.
This best-selling report will help you strategize and review the success of your current plan. Gain new ideas and fresh perspectives by seeing what other plan administrators are doing and how they approach the future.
Create procedures today that will have a positive impact in holding down overall payroll processing expenses. This report identifies the problem areas that give rise to unnecessary time and expense, and outlines measures that can be taken to significantly reduce or eliminate their occurrence. You’ll find tips, techniques, best practices and worksheets to help reduce the amount of off-cycle payments and create a positive impact in your operations. Publish.
This guide details what leading compensation professionals in the country are doing to control compensation costs, using real-life examples and techniques to save you money.
If your organization is operating in multiple locations or even different countries, you need to understand the challenges of managing a remote workforce.