Founder and CEO of Namely
Matt Straz is the founder and CEO of
, the HR and payroll platform for the world's most exciting companies.
Wearable technology sounds a bit like Big Brother. But, done right, 'wearable data' has the potential to impact real positive change in the office.
Human resources law
Work a job in Florida? Feel free to bring your gun. Just keep it in your car.
Events that are interactive and offer in-person consultations may help employees who feel overwhelmed by a thick packet of paper.
Smartphones? Email? Dogs in the office? Believe it or not, these things can actually encourage more, not less, work.
Why aren't employers' engagement strategies hitting the mark? Hint: Snacks and team outings aren't the answer.
Sure, 'walking challenges' and office fitness groups improve employees' health. But, are you offering the adequate core benefits they really want?
Meaningful work is the spark that ignites intrinsic motivation: It leads employees to work hard because they want to, not because they have to.
The Department of Labor's new overtime rule goes into effect in December. What will the effect be on your workplace?
Employers who dispense with private offices can understand what it's actually like to work for the company day in and day out.
Telework is becoming increasingly popular with employees, but new overtime rules may lead employers to rethink offering these options.
If your brand looks the same across all your social platforms, you're doing something wrong.
Even a single human resources professional can bridge any communication rift arising between employers and employees.
Paid Time Off
Three signs that your time-off policy isn't working.
Human resources has the advantage of occupying the high perch that 'sees it all.'
Tech frees up HR professionals to be the living, breathing humans employees want to share their concerns with.