Lisa De Nicola — December 23, 2019 It’s no surprise as we look to the future of work the needs of employees are becoming increasingly demanding. In fact, many of what we continue to call benefits are simply expectations of what new generations are looking for in their work. Careers and jobs are very much … Continue reading It’s Time to Put the “Human” Back in Human Resources
James O’Flaherty — November 13, 2019 Let’s face it- technology has our brains inundated with unprecedented amounts of information. As a result, we’ve developed countless platforms and pieces of technology infrastructure that keep us organized, efficient, and profitable. The advent of technology in the business world combined with its future potential makes this an exciting … Continue reading How People Analytics Informs HR Strategy
Jeffrey Mirro — October 14, 2019 Most people think that digital technology has made the world more accessible. While websites do increase accessibility for many people, they can be limiting for others. Specifically, people with disabilities may have increased difficulty accessing online content. This is not merely an inconvenience in some cases. For businesses that … Continue reading Web Accessibility: Why It Matters to Your HR Department
Steven Imke — September 20, 2019 Follow @SteveImke — September 20, 2019 Many small businesses do not have an employee handbook, yet an employee handbook is one of the most important documents that a small business can have. Having one can prevent exposure to wrongful termination lawsuits, and be a vital tool to set proper … Continue reading Why Your Business Absolutely Needs an Employee Handbook
Zachary Chertok — September 12, 2019 — September 12, 2019 Early one Monday morning this August, the Business Roundtable — an organization comprised of CEOs from almost 200 major US companies — released an official press release that announced a startling pivot: Focusing on shareholder payouts should not be all there is to running a … Continue reading Are CEOs Now on the Side of HR?
Julie Winkle Giulioni — August 26, 2019 Follow @julie_wg — August 26, 2019 The human resources lexicon suggests that the universal definition of IDP is individual development plan, the process whereby leaders and employees engage in career and professional planning conversations designed to promote growth, engagement, retention and results. But, in too many organizations, IDP … Continue reading What Does IDP Stand for in Your Organization?
Tobin Lehman — August 22, 2019 Follow @gonewnorth — August 22, 2019 Companies should offer HR a seat at the leadership table. Unfortunately, though (as HR people know too well), that often doesn’t happen. Or, if it does, HR’s place at the table isn’t afforded the level of influence that it should have. Instead, HR … Continue reading How HR Can Earn Influence (and Impact Executive Success)
Judy Caroll — August 22, 2019 Follow @JudyCaroll1 — August 22, 2019 People are the most valuable asset that any organization or company will ever have. However, selling HR solutions doesn’t necessarily mean that your prospect has to have problems with their people. Let’s take a look at how you can strategically position your HR … Continue reading How to Sell HR Solutions (Tips to Step Up Your HR Sales Game)
Delia Tugui — August 19, 2019 — August 19, 2019 Digital technologies are, without doubt, bringing numerous benefits to HR operation. Jobseekers, whether freelance, telecommute, full-time, or part-time, are increasingly using digital channels and devices to search for jobs. Moreover, employees and contractors are using social platforms such as Glassdoor and Google Reviews (via Google … Continue reading Best Online HR Tools for Small Businesses
Liz Kislik — August 12, 2019 Follow @lizkislik — August 12, 2019 HR leaders have a tough job: They have to make and enforce rules that protect the organization, while simultaneously supporting employees as people. These responsibilities can often be in conflict, creating discomfort for both HR and employees. Despite the commitment and care of … Continue reading Here Are 3 Ways HR Can Improve Its Credibility