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  • This Movie Theater Wants to Celebrate Women by Violating State and Federal Law.
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 29 maggio 2017 at 11:07

    It seems to be somewhat of an epidemic: Companies issuing press releases to celebrate their defiance of federal civil rights laws. The latest is the Alamo Drafthouse, which announced Wonder Woman screenings for women only. Let’s celebrate womanhood! Or, Girl Power! They advertised the event in the following language: “Apologies, gentlemen, but we’re embracing our […] The post This Movie Theater Wants to Celebrate Women by Violating State and Federal Law. appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • Remembering Those Who Died for Our Freedoms
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 29 maggio 2017 at 05:47

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  • Turns Out, Millennials Actually Don’t Want Your Feedback
    Posted by Tim Sackett on 26 maggio 2017 at 16:00

    It’s conference season and I got a chance to see the ever-popular, Marcus Buckingham. Marcus has the great English accent, high energy and great leadership content to share. He’s strong every time I’ve seen him, going on way too many... […]

  • The Case For Scrapping Your Long Term Incentives
    Posted by Stephanie Thomas, PhD on 26 maggio 2017 at 13:00

    If you’re like most companies, you provide stock options, restricted stock grants, and other long-term-incentives to your senior executives. But do you know why you provide those incentive packages? Are those packages working? Conventional thinking (and economic theory) tells us that... […]

  • How to Check Your Boundaries and Grow Your Career
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 26 maggio 2017 at 12:19

    Yesterday was my Swiss town’s annual “Banntag.” This is the day when everyone from the town goes out and checks that the neighboring town hasn’t moved any of the markers that indicate where the border is. Of course, in today’s world of exact coordinates, it’s all in fun, but it used to be serious business. […] The post How to Check Your Boundaries and Grow Your Career appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • No Break for the Burned Out
    Posted by Mark McGraw on 25 maggio 2017 at 17:31

    With the long Memorial Day weekend less than 24 hours away, where will you be staying as the unofficial start of summer gets underway? For at least one-third of your employees, the answer is likely “at home.” That’s according to a recent CareerBuilder survey of 3,215 employed U.S. adults, 33 percent of whom said they … Continue reading No Break for the Burned Out &rarr […]

  • Your Employees Are Testing the Job Market
    Posted by China Gorman on 25 maggio 2017 at 16:00

    Jobvite’s annual Job Seeker Nation Study was published a couple of weeks ago. They took a whole new approach, given the current political environment in the U.S., and it’s fascinating. Subtitled, Finding the Fault Lines in the American Workforce, it... […]

  • These Tips Will Make You a Better Coach
    Posted by Leigh Limpic on 25 maggio 2017 at 14:55

    For many of us, the best part of being a manager is making a difference in the lives of our team members. We see coaching as an ideal way to help someone become better at what they do and more... […]

  • 7 Tips For Giving Feedback That Motivates
    Posted by Steffen Maier on 25 maggio 2017 at 13:46

    It’s now widely agreed that the more autonomy and ownership employees have the more motivated they’ll be. At the same time, there has been little talk about how exactly managers can implement this in practice. Have you ever seen an... […]

  • 3 Ways to Avoid Benefits Buyer's Remorse
    Posted by hreonline.com on 25 maggio 2017 at 12:44

    By Monica Majors Beyond simply comparing premiums and deductibles, here are the three elements that HR leaders must consider before choosing health-plan benefits for their organizations. […]

  • The Other Pay Gap
    Posted by hreonline.com on 25 maggio 2017 at 11:26

    By Julie Davidson The gap in pay between the private and public sectors can be bridged, experts say, by changing to a more market-based federal pay system. […]

  • This Just In: Change is Awful
    Posted by Andrew McIlvaine on 24 maggio 2017 at 19:07

    The saying goes that “change is inevitable.” But when it comes to the workplace, Americans would rather have none of it, according to the results of a brand-new survey from the American Psychological Association. Employees in the U.S. who’ve been affected by change at work are more likely to report chronic work stress, less likely … Continue reading This Just In: Change is Awful &rarr […]

  • A 12-Step Program For Retaining Your Diverse Workforce
    Posted by Dr. John Sullivan on 24 maggio 2017 at 16:00

    Most firms have no idea that they have a revolving door that is bleeding diversity talent, because unexplainably, they don’t measure and report diversity turnover and the cost. But what if your executives knew that diversity turnover was off the... […]

  • 100 Days of Feminist Ads
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 24 maggio 2017 at 15:33

    Feminism can be a loaded term. From people who believe it means that men and women are equal to people who believe women are superior, and everything between, saying you’re a feminist can conjure up a myriad of images about what you are. It’s not a term I personally like to use, but I’m in […] The post 100 Days of Feminist Ads appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • How To Plan for Compensating Tomorrow’s Workforce
    Posted by Mykkah Herner on 24 maggio 2017 at 14:00

    The Terminator had a big impact on my understanding of the future. In the Terminator franchise, machines become so artificially intelligent that Skynet ultimately takes over and attacks humans in a judgment day. While judgment day has been pushed out... […]

  • 5 Ways to Make Your Branding Effort a Success
    Posted by From DisruptHR on 24 maggio 2017 at 12:45

    Why does your employer brand matter? If that’s a serious question, and you want to dig into the subject, read just a few of the TLNT articles on the topic. You’ll find them here. But here’s one short answer from... […]

  • SAP SuccessFactors vs. Workday vs. Google?!?
    Posted by hreonline.com on 24 maggio 2017 at 08:58

    Soon after SAP SuccessFactors and Workday explained their latest and greatest at small, private influencer events at the most scenic venues in the Bay Area, Google rolled out its first HCM application to an auditorium full of hundreds of developers on May 17. […]

  • What’s Hot in the CHRO Marketplace
    Posted by Marc Effron on 23 maggio 2017 at 16:59

    CEOs continue to upgrade their CHRO talent with talent management, transformation and top team needs driving much of that change. Board members are increasingly prominent in the process and often interview multiple candidates. Our 2017 placements at TSG Executive Search... […]

  • A Paid Sick Days Law Dies (Again)
    Posted by Michael J. O'Brien on 23 maggio 2017 at 16:54

    In case you missed it last week, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court upheld a 2015 trial court ruling that the City of Pittsburgh did not have the authority under state law to enact the Paid Sick Days Ordinance. After the City of Pittsburgh passed the Paid Sick Days Ordinance, which would require employers to provide employees with … Continue reading A Paid Sick Days Law Dies (Again) &rarr […]

  • Help Them See How to Write Their Career Movie
    Posted by Ron Thomas on 23 maggio 2017 at 15:01

    “As you go through the workday, write the screenplay in your head for the movie you will eventually direct and star in — the movie about your life. Choose the actors to play each of your favorite characters. Keep breathing,... […]

  • Businesses Steal $15 Billion a Year from Employees. Is Your Business One of Them?
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 22 maggio 2017 at 14:28

    Wage theft sounds like something that sleazy men in back rooms perpetrate to further oppress their employees. While that does happen, a lot of wage theft is unintentional. A new study from the Economics Policy Institute (EPI) says that employers short their employees by $15 billion a year, which means that millions of people are […] The post Businesses Steal $15 Billion a Year from Employees. Is Your Business One of Them? appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • MBSR Changed My Life
    Posted by Laurie Ruettimann on 22 maggio 2017 at 14:23

    I’ve been attending a class at Duke to learn about mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques, and today is the last day. It’s bittersweet. I’m grateful for the experience. My personal and professional relationships have improved over the past ten weeks, and I’m making better decisions. But being mindful is exhausting. Part of me feels like there’s […] The post MBSR Changed My Life appeared first on Laurie Ruettimann. […]

  • Don’t Let Running a Small Business Run Your Life
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 19 maggio 2017 at 13:38

    Running a small business can be challenging. Unlike at a big corporation, there aren’t thousands of other people to do the work—it’s you and a handful of others. As a result, many small business owners work constantly. While working hard is par for the course when running a small business, you’ll find your business and […] The post Don’t Let Running a Small Business Run Your Life appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • On Failing as an HR Blogger and Speaker
    Posted by Laurie Ruettimann on 19 maggio 2017 at 10:45

    One of my mentors, Nick Morgan, believes that every public speaker is a motivational speaker. I think he’s right, and it applies to bloggers and writers like me. If you’re on the internet telling other people how to live, you’re a player in an industry full of people like Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins, Tim Ferriss, […] The post On Failing as an HR Blogger and Speaker appeared first on Laurie Ruettimann. […]

  • Of Job Interviews and Stress
    Posted by Andrew McIlvaine on 18 maggio 2017 at 23:36

    Do you remember your last job interview? Was the experience a pleasant one? If you’re like most people, the answers are A: yes, and B: No. After all, regardless of how nicely you’re treated during the interview — a receptionist who greets you warmly by name, interviewers who appear to have fully read your resume, … Continue reading Of Job Interviews and Stress &rarr […]

 

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