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The SHRM Leading Indicators of National Employment® (LINE®) Monthly Report

JULY 2015 MANUFACTURING SERVICES
Employment Expectations -7.3
 
+1.3
            
           
Recruiting Difficulty +7.8
 
           
+8.2
 
New-Hire Compensation +4.4


+1.6
 

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NEW 2015 Employee Benefits

SHRM’s 2015 Employee Benefits research report provides comprehensive information about the types of benefits U.S. employers offer to their employees.

NEW SHRM Human Capital Benchmarking: Workforce Analytics

HR metrics have not returned to prerecession levels, although they are moving in that direction.

NEW SHRM Research Overview: Workforce Readiness and Skills Shortages

SHRM research suggests that many HR professionals are having trouble finding applicants with the right skills and qualifications for a substantial number of jobs.

NEW SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Programs—2015

Eighty percent of organizations indicated they have an employee recognition program, and more than one-half (58%) have a program that is tied to their organization’s values.

NEW SHRM-SIOP: Coaching for Professional Development

This white paper examines the role of coaching as an effective and integral component of leadership development programs.

SHRM-SIOP: New Talent StrategyThis white paper introduces several new approaches firms may employ to compete for the best talent in a changing world of work.

2015 Job Satisfaction and Engagement Report: Optimizing Organizational Culture for Success
SHRM’s 2015 Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement Survey examines 43 aspects of job satisfaction and 37 factors directly related to employee engagement.

The Hiring of 2015 College Graduates
This research collected comprehensive information on the prevalence of organizations hiring 2015 college graduates with undergraduate and graduate degrees.



 
 

 SHRM-SIOP Science of HR Series

 

A collaboration between the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).

To further the use and understanding of evidence-based HR practices, SHRM and SIOP have partnered to create a series of resources for HR practitioners. These resources, available to SHRM and SIOP members and affiliates, are specifically intended to infuse the science of Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology and other HR disciplines into management practices for daily use in the workplace.

NEW SHRM-SIOP: Coaching for Professional Development

This white paper examines the role of coaching as an effective and integral component of leadership development programs.

SHRM-SIOP: New Talent Strategy

This white paper introduces several new approaches firms may employ to compete for the best talent in a changing world of work.

SHRM-SIOP: Competency Modeling Documentation

This white paper examines why documentation should be considered an essential element of all competency modeling projects.

SHRM-SIOP: Performance Management

This white paper provides evidence-based, practical approaches for improving performance management.

SHRM-SIOP: Managing Diversity

This white paper provides evidence-based recommendations for leveraging diversity.

The Evolution of Employee Opinion Surveys: The Voice of Employees as a Strategic Business Management Tool
The goal of this white paper is to discuss the role of employee surveys as tactical events in business operations, and the importance of having broad-reaching plans following the surveys' results in order to enact positive change.

Applicant Reactions to Selection: HR's Best Practices
This paper bridges the gap between research on job candidate attitudes and behavior and applied practice by highlighting why candidate reactions matter, outlining the key research findings, and sharing a list of best practices for human resource managers directly involved in employee selection

Achieving Well-Being in Retirement: What HR Professionals Need To Know
This paper summarizes the research evidence and makes recommendations for policy makers and individuals to achieve well-being in retirement.

Driving Customer Satisfaction through HR: Creating and Maintaining a Service Climate
This paper presents data highlighting the link between service climate, customer satisfaction and human resource management.

Skill-Based Pay: HR's Role
This paper provides a detailed discussion of its different forms and purposes.

 

 Research Services and Resources

 

SHRM Compensation Data Center
SHRM, in collaboration with Towers Watson Data Services, provides accurate and customized salary information for an entire spectrum of jobs ranging from top executive to entry level positions.

SHRM Customized Benchmarking Service
More than 500 benchmarks available in human capital, benefits, and paid leave customized by industry, staff size and more.

SHRM Customized Research Services
Provides organizations with access to the world’s largest global community of HR professionals for custom survey research projects.

SHRM People InSight: An Employee Job Satisfaction/Engagement Service
Focuses on more than 35 different aspects of job satisfaction and 34 additional factors relating to employee engagement. SHRM administers the online survey to your employees.

SHRM Metro Economic Outlooks
Provides comprehensive analyses of the economies of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States.

 

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