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3 Reasons Not to Include Compensation Questions in Your Employee Engagement Survey - DecisionWise

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Don’t A$k: 3 Reasons Not to Include Compensation Questions in Your Employee Engagement Survey. John D. Rockefeller is widely considered the richest man in modern history. Adjusted for inflation, his peak wealth would be worth over $340 billion today.

The Art & Science Of Transformational Experience: An Interview With Jenny Sauer-Klein

15Five

When’s the last time you excitedly ran down the hall, jumping for joy to join a meeting? For most people, the answer is probably never. But there are innovators out there who are creating methods for making meetings and presentations engaging, fun, and transformational.

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Firing an Employee: What to Do When it Has to be Done

Ultimate Software

No one really enjoys firing an employee. It’s a tough decision for any employer—who has invested time, money, and a great deal of energy—to let a person go and move on. But even if it’s not easy, it’s sometimes necessary. I offer, then, a few pieces of advice to consider when firing an employee.

13 Fun Team Building Ideas That Employees Will Enjoy

Justworks

Team building is important for uniting coworkers, working on strengths and weaknesses, and boosting employee morale. So how can we make team building exercises less mind numbingly boring? Believe it or not, activities do exist that are fun, unique, and unite coworkers together. They can range from a simple game to start off a meeting to a day-long offsite. Look no further for team bonding ideas that are actually enjoyable! 13 Fun Team Building Exercises 1. Kick Your. Read more

Guide to Lean Hiring

It's undeniable, over the years; hiring processes have become more complex. In many ways, this shouldn't come as a surprise. After all, the work that most of us do has become more sophiscated. But does complexity really lead to better, faster hires? Of course not. In fact, many smart organizations have started a trend, a return to simplicity, that allows them to compete for talent more efficiently. This trend is called lean hiring. Download the Guide to Lean Hiring and develop a systematic approach to recruiting that increases productivity while eliminating waste.

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This is what the interactive process is supposed to look like

Ohio Employer's Law

Last week, Donovan turned 9. Since we were in California during his birthday, we’ve had a bit of a delayed celebration back home. Since D-man has Celiac Disease and cannot eat anything with any gluten, he wanted an ice cream birthday cake. For him, however, ice cream can be tricky.

Dave Ulrich: How to Impact the C-Suite, Victory Through Organization

HR Daily Advisor

BLR’s popular podcast, HR Works , recently featured an interview with Dave Ulrich, the man some call the “father of modern HR.” He and his colleagues have a new book out that can help HR leaders in a practical and research-based way.

5 Keys to a Passionate Workforce

TLNT: The Business of HR

Every organization has the potential for world-changing impact. Employee Referrals Engagement HR Insights Leadership Featured

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5 Onboarding Best Practices to Apply to Your Evolving Workforce

ClearCompany HRM

First impressions are important, and many new hires are using those first few days on a job to decide just how interested they are in remaining employed within the organization.

The definitive guide to choosing the right applicant tracking system

Choosing an applicant tracking system should be exciting, not confusing. We've developed a quick guide to everything you should look for while going through your selection process, to free you from the stress often associated with choosing a new ATS.

New Form I-9 Released, Again

HRWatchdog

Employers should be aware of another change to the Form I-9. Today, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a revised version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. The new version bears a revision date of 07/17/17 N.

A reminder that any employee can sue you at any time

Ohio Employer's Law

Another obvious lesson. Today’s lesson may seem obvious, but it is one worth repeating: any employee, no matter the on-the-job misconduct, can sue you. Filing a lawsuit is one thing, succeeding on that lawsuit is an entirely different animal. Case in point: Robinson v. Klosterman Baking Co.

A New CEO Push for Diversity Success

HR Daily Advisor

Did you hear? Earlier this summer, 150 corporate executives from some of America’s largest companies formed a new alliance called CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion.

Why Performance Reviews are Cool (and Necessary) Again

WideAngle

You’ve likely heard the trend over the last few years about prominent companies like Amazon, GE, and others nuking traditional performance reviews organization wide. There is no question the amount of inefficiency plaguing the traditional performance review process — it is laughable.

Building your Learning Experience! What’s it all about?

Join Jesse Novak as he covers what building a Learning Experience is all about, how this should tie into your company culture and why building a foundation around fun, value and recognition is important to engagement. We’ll also discuss how this ties into Gamification and Badging programs to build a brand beyond your organization.

Your Performance Management Is Not Fine: Defending Against the Naysayers

Achievers

One busy Friday, I met with a West Coast client in the morning and then returned to my office to take a call from one of my East Coast clients in the afternoon.

Hiring In Saudi Arabia: A Shift Towards Success

SuccessFactors

Since I moved to Dubai six years ago as part of SAP’s talent acquisition team, I have covered most, if not all of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries in some shape or form.

Best Predictors of Higher Income Attainment in 12 Year Old Kids? Rule Breaking/Defiance of Parental Authority Of Course.

The HR Capitalist

Ready for some science today? Of course you are. You want to be taken back to the college days where you'd figure out how to game the Dewey Decimal System to find the right cites for that lame research paper you had to write.

How Your Job Descriptions Can Drive Company Culture

HR Daily Advisor

The troubling dysfunction of San Francisco based Uber Technologies, Inc.’s s corporate culture is a testimony to the workplace mantra that “culture is set from the top.”

2017 Recruitment Media Benchmark Report

In this benchmark report, Appcast analyzed 2016 pay-for-performance recruitment media from over 750 companies across every major industry. Learn the trends and results that leading employers are getting from their recruitment media.

Peter Drucker on The Effective Executive

QAspire

Ultimately, leadership is all about ability to act on the ideas. In that sense, anyone who thinks of the self as a leader has to be good at executing things.

Are office dress codes still relevant?

Ceridian

Offices are getting more casual. The CEOs of some of the biggest companies in the world wear jeans and t-shirts – black if you were Steve Jobs or grey if you’re Mark Zuckerberg.

Is Employee Autonomy The Key To Successful Workplace Collaboration?

SuccessFactors

Here’s an important question most business leaders have probably never asked – but it could be the key to future growth and organizational prosperity. How free do your employees feel in the workplace?

HR PROBLEM: When LinkedIn Recruiter Doesn't Work For Your Team.

The HR Capitalist

Here's a new world take on an old-world saying: "No one ever got fired for buying recruiting services from LinkedIn". That's a spin off on what our boomer fathers/mothers/grandparents used to say back in the day: "No one ever got fired for buying IBM". New world. Same type of saying.

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Creating the Ideal Candidate Experience

Modern job seekers have high expectations when applying for jobs. Download Newton’s guide for creating the ideal candidate experience to learn how you can attract top candidates and drive them to apply to your positions.

Four Traits Employees Adopt That Sabotage the Workplace

HR Daily Advisor

In order to change bad behavior, you have to first recognize it. SoumenNath / E+ / Getty Images.

The Single Question that Drives Company Culture

HR Bartender

I won’t keep you in suspense. Here’s the question: Who comes first? It seems to me that organizations have to choose. Is it shareholders, customers, or employees that will come first? And you can’t say all three. Yes, all three are important. But one has to come first.

When the Going Gets Tough, Go Easy on Yourself

CONCERN: EAP

When you hit a rough patch, what does your self-talk sound like? For some of us, in those moments, our inner voice comes on like a drill-sergeant full of harsh words and criticism.

Automation Will Lead To Collaboration Between Man And Machine

SuccessFactors

Political promises to “bring back”’ well-paid jobs in the manufacturing and other sectors are a cruel deception that ignore the realities of a global inter-connected economy.

The importance of your Learning Culture and Experience

Join Jesse Novak, Adobe eLearning Evangelist, in exploring thoughts on Learning Cultures inside organizations and how these are impacted by the learning experience. We'll talk about how learning can be made fun, and learners can be kept engaged for longer through the use of achievement, self-motivation and tools which are usable, simple, and reach the learner where they are.