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  • Hiring Wisdom: Are Your Trainers Well Trained?
    Posted by Mel Kleiman on 25 luglio 2016 at 08:03

    A while ago, I took my wife to a national restaurant chain for dinner because I would be speaking at their annual meeting in a couple of months. While the food was good and the service was great, there was still a problem. It was our server’s first week on the job and,... […]

  • It’s Time for HR to Follow Marketing’s Lead and Develop Employee Personas
    Posted by Mark Miller on 22 luglio 2016 at 10:19

    Note: Talent personas have a big part to play in your recruiting strategy. To learn how to build and use personas for recruiting see Creating Talent Personas Should Be Part of Your Recruiting Strategy. The best companies in the world know their customers inside and out. They know more than just who these... […]

  • How to Give the Boss Feedback Without Getting Fired
    Posted by Dominique Jones on 22 luglio 2016 at 08:59

    What do you do when your boss says, “Please give me honest feedback on how I’m doing”? Do you: Feel comfortable and provide open constructive feedback? Hold back and pretend everything’s okay because you don’t think they can handle the truth Say little out of fear that any candid feedback will hurt your... […]

  • The 15 Keys Of Successfully Managing Change
    Posted by Murad Salman Mirza on 22 luglio 2016 at 08:21

    Organizational Development has come a long way from languishing in the shadows of HR to being widely recognized as the primary driver of core organizational competencies through targeted interventions. It traverses the delicate path of progressive transition to a better state by employing the services of Change Management that embodies the systematic approach... […]

  • How To Use Health Data to Make Smarter Health Plan Decisions
    Posted by Denise Mirtich on 21 luglio 2016 at 09:36

    Editor’s note: Integrate technology with your wellness program to both inspire participation and motivate workers. As an additional benefit, you’ll be able to collect even more data. See this related article The Right Way to Use Tech in Your Wellness Program. Many organizations collect data about how employees use their benefit plans, but... […]

  • 10 Steps to Getting Things At Work “Unstuck”
    Posted by Kevin Sheridan on 21 luglio 2016 at 09:33

    Ever notice how progress in the workplace sometimes moves at a glacial speed or seems totally stuck? If yours is like most workplaces in the world, you have not only noticed this, but found it frustrating. This post promises to give you and your team a surefire way of getting things “unstuck” and... […]

  • The Right Way to Use Tech in Your Wellness Program
    Posted by Justin Jed on 21 luglio 2016 at 08:29

    Editor’s note: Collecting and analyzing health data can help you make better decisions when it comes to selecting benefits plans and programs, especially healthcare programs. How to do this is explained in this related article How to Use Health Data to Make Smarter Health Plan Decisions. Tech is taking over health and well-being... […]

  • How to Build a Culture That Has A ROI
    Posted by Derek Irvine on 20 luglio 2016 at 10:22

    Recognize This! – Successful cultures depend on clearly defined values and aligned, measurable behaviors, both of which are positively influenced through social recognition. Culture can be a tricky thing. The majority of companies have one, whether it is the one they intended to have or not. The intentional versions require active management and the coordination of... […]

  • What to Look for When Hiring Remote Workers
    Posted by Lauren Collinson on 20 luglio 2016 at 08:35

    Due to a lack of accountability, maintaining tabs on off-site workers is necessary, but difficult. If your company is hiring a large number of these employees, you’ll want to look out for specific traits that can key you in to how much success they’ll have in an often challenging environment. The issue at... […]

  • The 3-2-1 Response to Your Company’s “Lady CFO” Problems
    Posted by Leah Clark on 20 luglio 2016 at 08:10

    In a recent Google shareholders call, a small thing happened that has big implications. Google’s CFO, Ruth Porat, answered a question posed to her by a caller. In posing his question, the shareholder referred to Porat as “The Lady CFO” making a choice, consciously or unconsciously, to amend her title with a gender... […]

  • Benefits that Make Your Company Awesome
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 19 luglio 2016 at 11:19

    Have you ever thought that benefits can contribute to your company culture? They do. Today, at Making Healthcare Reform Work, I talk about how choosing the right benefits can make a big difference in how your employees view your company. Defining Company Culture Through Your Benefits Offerings […]

  • Why I Love America
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 18 luglio 2016 at 14:18

    I’m visiting the US for the first time in two years, so there’s a lot of stuff that strikes me as awesome, that people who live here all the time probably don’t notice. So, today at Inc., I’m documenting some of the things that are happy about America. I figured as the news is all awful, we […]

  • The Minimum Wage in America Must Rise, So Says Giant Company CEOs
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 13 luglio 2016 at 12:33

    JP Morgan Chase is raising it’s internal minimum wage from $10.70 per hour to $12.00 per hour. Jamie chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, writes in the New York Times: A pay increase is the right thing to do. Wages for many Americans have gone nowhere for too long. Many employees who will receive this increase work as […]

  • Why Your Coworker Gets Special Privileges
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 12 luglio 2016 at 11:12

    Your coworker seems to get special treatment all the time and it drives you crazy. Now, it’s possible that your boss is simply a bad manager who plays favorites (or who is too wimpy to stand up to an employee who doesn’t take her job seriously). However, while some managers totally stink, most are doing […]

  • Dilemma of the Month: Do I Need an MBA?
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 11 luglio 2016 at 16:10

    An English teacher has a dream of opening an arts school. She knows she needs more education. The question is, should she go for the arts degree with an MFA or the business degree with an MBA? I have strong opinions, so hop over the Comstock and read it! To read the answer, click here: […]

  • My Coworker is Tracking My Hours
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 8 luglio 2016 at 13:24

    I am an exempt employee and my boss has recently started having a co-worker of mine keep track of my hours. We have a soft start time of 7 am – 9 am at the latest. I know if I work 7 hours one day. I will work 9 hours the next day. My boss […]

  • Can I Please Quit without Notice?
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 7 luglio 2016 at 11:06

    To start off, yes I have read all the other posts of yours pertaining to this topic but none of the posts seem to apply to people working in positions other than office jobs. I work at Company A. Company A is a fast-food franchise popular for hiring young teenagers with no work experience, in […]

  • Your Manager Loves You. Here’s Why Your Raise is Awful.
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 6 luglio 2016 at 11:22

    A reader sent me an email asking if a “1.75 percent raise” was appropriate for salary in the 90k range. “It’s like giving a waitress a $7 tip on a $300 meal,” he wrote. First of all, wouldn’t it be awesome to get a 15-20 percent raise each year? Second, if any of you leave […]

  • 8 Questions a Hiring Manager Should Never Ask
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 5 luglio 2016 at 11:49

    Most people who conduct job interviews aren’t actually experts in hiring. In theory, recruiters should be (although, I’ve heard some horror stories about “professional” recruiters as well), but most hiring managers hire maybe one person per year. As a result, most hiring managers never become experts in hiring. Job interviews should be designed to find […]

  • The One Thing Every Boss Should Say to Her Summer Intern
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 1 luglio 2016 at 11:47

    We’re midway through the summer intern season. Hopefully, it’s going well. Internships can be a bit of a challenge-adjusting to an office environment after years of school can be a bit difficult for all involved. Frequently, the people managing interns are low-level supervisors and sometimes it’s their very first time managing another person. The result of […]

  • GOP Platform: An HR Cheat Sheet
    Posted by Jack Robinson on 22 luglio 2016 at 13:00

    The Republican Party platform approved on Monday hasn’t exactly drawn much attention, what with all the other interesting things happening at the GOP convention in Cleveland. But a look at HR-related provisions in the document gives us a window into how the party is evolving. Some provisions are largely the same as in the party’s […]

  • Job Satisfaction Hits New High
    Posted by Andrew McIlvaine on 21 luglio 2016 at 16:07

    According to the Conference Board’s latest job satisfaction survey, the rate of job satisfaction among U.S. workers is at the highest level it’s been since 2005, with nearly half (49.6 percent) of workers reporting that they’re satisfied with their jobs. The Conference Board notes that job-satisfaction rates have increased steadily since 2010. Of course, this […]

  • Are You Giving Job Seekers What They Want?
    Posted by Mark McGraw on 20 luglio 2016 at 14:00

    The gender gap. The generation gap. The wage gap. The skills gap … Disparities abound in the workplace, unfortunately. And, according to Randstad U.S., we can go ahead and add “attributes gap” to the lengthy list. The HR services provider’s recent survey of more than 200,000 respondents—designed to measure “the market perception of employers with […]

  • Should Employers Say No to Pokémon Go?
    Posted by Michael J. O'Brien on 19 luglio 2016 at 17:13

    By now, the Pokémon Go phenomenon has quickly swept the nation (yours truly excepted) into a fever of using smartphones and tablets to “find” and “capture” digital creatures from the Pokémon universe that virtually appear at specific locations in the real world. (If you need any proof that it’s not just a game for kids to play, Forbes contributor Paul Tassi has been […]

  • Mercer’s Take on ‘Why HR Needs to Change’
    Posted by Kristen Frasch on 18 luglio 2016 at 13:00

    There weren’t any huge surprises in Mercer’s recently released HR Transformation report, “Why HR Needs to Change,” but it certainly underscores the continuing clarion call for HR to better develop its own and prepare for significant changes to the profession. The report cites Mercer’s recent Global Talent Trends Study, which finds that, while only 5 percent of employers polled say […]



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