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  • 7 Steps to Successful Technology Adoption
    Posted by Scott Span on 21 luglio 2017 at 16:28

    So you’ve decided to implement new technology (ERPs, EHRs, SaaS, mobile, cloud, etc.) within your organization – congrats! New technology can definitely make your organization more effective and productive, but only if the people within your organization actually use the... […]

  • 3 Steps to Building Engagement Among Your Hourly Workers
    Posted by Rob Seay on 21 luglio 2017 at 14:49

    It’s time to stop taking the hourly employee for granted. Despite the fact that hourly employees are nearly 60% of the US workforce, leaders have a tendency to discount them when formulating their employee engagement strategies. The high turnover in... […]

  • Deloitte Says It’s Time To End Affinity Groups
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 21 luglio 2017 at 13:47

    Does your company have a bunch of “affinity” groups? For instance, a women’s group, a gay group, or an African American group? Lots of companies do. The idea is that if you bring people who share characteristics together they can help each other succeed. Bloomsberg Businessweek reports that Deloitte is moving away from these affinity groups. With diversity […] The post Deloitte Says It’s Time To End Affinity Groups appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • Using a Vacation Day Is Not Discipline
    Posted by Eric B. Meyer on 21 luglio 2017 at 12:40

    I’m gonna let you in on a little secret — an easy-peasy way to accommodate an employee who needs a day off from work as a religious accommodation… Let the employee use a vacation day. Yeah, I know. That’s not... […]

  • The High Cost of Caregiving
    Posted by Andrew McIlvaine on 20 luglio 2017 at 18:39

    You may or may not be familiar with the story of Kristian Rex, a New Jersey man who cares for his elderly father, a former boat captain who once had “arms like Popeye” and who now — thanks to a debilitating stroke — is unable to perform basic, daily routines such as shaving himself. As shown … Continue reading The High Cost of Caregiving &rarr […]

  • How to Sell the Need For Employer Branding
    Posted by Jonna Sjövall on 20 luglio 2017 at 16:00

    You already know employer branding is a must in today’s competitive market for top talent, but if you’re struggling to get your executive team on board it’s difficult to know where to start. The overall goal is to prove the... […]

  • What to Do When Managing People You Don’t Like
    Posted by Suzanne Lucas on 20 luglio 2017 at 14:04

    When you get promoted to a managerial position, you don’t automatically gain managerial skills that allow you to easily treat people fairly. You’re still the same person you were the day before, and let’s face it, that probably means you don’t like... […]

  • Don’t Hire a Data Scientist to Lead Your People Analytics
    Posted by David Creelman on 20 luglio 2017 at 12:41

    The head of people analytics is a new role in HR and from what I’ve seen most organizations are not quite sure what kind of person they need. The tendency is to lean towards someone who has some expertise with... […]

  • Working Hard or Hardly Working?
    Posted by Michael J. O'Brien on 19 luglio 2017 at 20:17

    Professionals surveyed by staffing firm OfficeTeam said they squander an average of 56 minutes per day, or the equivalent of nearly five hours a week, using their mobile device for non-work activities in the office. In contrast, senior managers estimate their staff members spend 39 minutes each day on their cell phones during business hours. … Continue reading Working Hard or Hardly Working? &rarr […]

  • Are You Treating Open Enrollment as a Step-Child?
    Posted by John Zappe on 19 luglio 2017 at 16:00

    Benefits may not be the glamorous part of human resources, but for employees, benefits rank right up there with pay in importance. A mediocre benefits package can lose you a great candidate. Eight out of 10 employees would choose new... […]

  • On Communicating
    Posted by Laurie Ruettimann on 19 luglio 2017 at 15:28

    Hi, everybody. Love you. I’m fine. I wanted to say hi and talk about communicating. The post On Communicating appeared first on Laurie Ruettimann. […]

  • 5 Keys to a Passionate Workforce
    Posted by Michelle M. Smith on 19 luglio 2017 at 14:30

    Every organization has the potential for world-changing impact. If you’re interested in joining the ranks of those who have achieved such significant market influence, you’ll need an ambitious goal that transcends the bottom line, and your leaders must foster passion... […]

  • Sweep Away Obstacles By Going Rogue
    Posted by DisruptHR on 19 luglio 2017 at 12:45

    Matt Corker tells two stories in this DisruptHR presentation. The first is about a pigeon that hitched a ride across town. The other is about a training program he created out of thin air at lululemon. We’ll let you hear... […]

  • Homeland Security Issues New Non-Skilled Visas to Save Maine from Hiring Local
    Posted by Evil HR Lady on 19 luglio 2017 at 11:38

    Businesses in Maine that operate in the summer tourism industry have a problem: Not enough visas available to hire their summer staffs. So, horror of horrors, they are having to (gasp!) do things like increase salary, and changing schedules to attract local talent. Makes me want to cry in the corner or something. Poor businesses. […] The post Homeland Security Issues New Non-Skilled Visas to Save Maine from Hiring Local appeared first on Evil HR Lady. […]

  • Google Launches a Powerful New ATS For SMBs
    Posted by John Zappe on 18 luglio 2017 at 18:11

    On the heels of its May announcement of a powerful job search tool — Google for Jobs — the company today publicly released an ATS  designed for small- and mid-sized businesses. Google Hire integrates with its widely-used G Suite, enabling... […]

  • Who’s Afraid of Automation?
    Posted by Mark McGraw on 18 luglio 2017 at 14:12

    Despite all the hand-wringing over automation’s potential to displace scores of hard-working humans, it seems that a majority of employees are actually ready to welcome our new robot overlords. In fact, just 14 percent of U.S. employees say they’re worried that automation will take their job away someday, according to new research from Atlanta-based Randstad … Continue reading Who’s Afraid of Automation? &rarr […]

  • A Not-So-Quiet Problem: Noise!
    Posted by hreonline.com on 18 luglio 2017 at 11:15

    By Jack Robinson Big open spaces with lots of glass can result in a noisy workplace that's bad for productivity and morale. A warning sign that you have a problem: Everyone's wearing headphones. […]

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  • The Safety Imperative
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  • Red Roof Inn Transforms Operations, People Management with UltiPro Cloud Solution
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  • The Low-Performer Paradox
    Posted by hreonline.com on 18 luglio 2017 at 11:13

    By Mark McGraw Experts weigh in on how much time and effort HR should spend on coaching programs aimed at helping underperforming employees improve. […]

  • How to Thrive When Change Is In the Air (and the Cloud)
    Posted by hreonline.com on 18 luglio 2017 at 11:13

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  • The Unexpected Side of Wellness at Puget Sound Energy
    Posted by hreonline.com on 18 luglio 2017 at 11:13

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