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Motivation Lessons from the Boston Philharmonic

Nobscot

There''s a neat little article in the back pages of Optimize Magazine about bringing out the passion in employees. The author is not refering to the kind of passion that is every HR Manager''s nightmare, but is talking about the kind of passion that encourages a person to give their very best toward a job well done. What makes this article so interesting is that it''s written not by a business

You Can't Automate Your Way Out of Training

Nobscot

Unclear on the Training Concept. Information Week, Jan 6 issue, had a newsbyte on a CRM system that said the following: "Three-year old Experion offers hosted software that provides real-time customer data and analysis to let call center reps and bank tellers offer quick answers and sales pitches. Because information is provided on-screen in an easily readable format, reps don''t need as much

People First: MaryAnn Fulco, VP of Learning & Talent Development at Matchbox Food Group

TemboStatus

Founded in 2003, Matchbox Food Group currently owns and operates 15 locations in the U.S. We're tracking down TemboStatus users inside the world's most amazing organizations to discover their favourite tools, inspirations, pet peeves and the philosophy behind what makes them so great.

Feds up the ante on workplace law violations

HR Morning

That’s because, for the first time since 2003, the DOL adjusted the penalties for violations of federal laws like ERISA, the FLSA, FMLA and even OSHA.

Case Study: Growing Your Sales Organization Beyond The Deal

15Five

Kurt has run sales teams for over two decades, and has used the 5-15 methodology since 2003 as a great way to check in with employees on what’s holding them back or going well instead of just focusing on the tactics of a particular deal.

How 15 Years Of Innovation Shaped Today’s Workforce (Infographic)

TalentCulture

Some major breakthroughs include: The rise of social media including LinkedIn in 2003, Facebook in 2004, and YouTube in 2005. How did you work 15 years ago?

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New Data on Impact of Office Design and Décor

TalentCulture

In a 2003 survey by Management Today, 97 percent of respondents said they regard their workplace as a symbol of whether or not they are valued by their employer. We’ve known about the importance of work environments for some time now.

Your 2016 Guide to Finding Your Adventure in Business

HR Ringleader

From 1952 and the theme “Dreams of the Future”, 1986’s “ A Celebration of Laughter “, 2003’s “ Children ’ s Dreams, Wishes and Laughter ” to last year’s “ Inspiring Stories “, I can always relate the selected theme to something I’d like to do or think about in the coming year.

Pitfalls of Working Sick and How It Affects the Workplace

Everwise

Using information from Google Flu Trends , researchers uncovered that between 2003 and 2015 regions with paid sick-leave laws experienced a 5.5 “Contagious presenteeism” is an erratic plague that businesses worldwide are fighting to get rid of.

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Gaining the Competitive Edge with Employee Engagement

EngagementMultiplier

Understanding what drives employee engagement,” The 2003 Towers Perrin Talent Report ). As a consumer, it’s easy to tell an engaged employee from one who couldn’t care less. Engaged employees go the extra mile to help and provide value.

Reasons Why People Resist or Support Organizational Change

Workplace Psychology

2003). Change Management | Credit: annatodica. “Change can generate deep resistance in people and in organizations, thus making it difficult, if not impossible, to implement organizational improvements.” ” —Thomas Cummings & Christopher Worley.

Diversity Sourcing Strategy: 3 Tactics of Highly Diverse Companies

Lighthouse

billion spent since 2003 and a goal of $568 million for 2015. About the Author: Jarrett Lee is a Research Associate Intern at Lighthouse Research. His research focuses on case studies of companies that successfully deliver results on their talent and learning transformation projects.

Revisited: Talent vs. Culture in Hiring Philosophy

Steve Boese

Prior to his pivot to investing in startups, Sacca was a relatively early employee of Google, (from about 2003 - 2007), helping the search giant build out its data center infrastructure. Let me be very, vet clear about this: If you only have time for one podcast in your life that podcast should be the HR Happy Hour Show. We are closing in fast on 250 shows in the HR Happy Hour archive, and Trish McFarlane and I have lots more great stuff to come this year and beyond.

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DIR Announces Temporary Total Disability Rates for 2016

HRWatchdog

1, 2003 who are receiving life pensions (LP) or permanent total disability (PTD) benefits are also entitled to have their weekly LP or PDT rate adjusted based on the SAWW. California’s Department of Industrial Relations announced at the end of June that the temporary total disability rates for 2015 will increase on January 1, 2016: The minimum temporary total disability (TTD) rate will increase to $169.26 (from $165.49); and. The maximum TTD rate will increase to $1,128.43

Reinventing Diversity At Corning

SuccessFactors

For instance, in 2003 we took a hard look at 25 years of previous diversity initiatives and recognized we still weren’t where we wanted to be with diversity in leadership. Since 2003, analyzing and using data strategically has enabled us to successfully double the number of women and African-Americans and triple the number of other ethnic minorities in senior leadership positions at Corning.

Court OKs Using Salary History to Set Pay

HR Daily Advisor

2003); Irby v. Employers can pay men and women differently if that disparity is based on salary history, a federal appeals court has ruled. The Equal Pay Act only prohibits pay discrimination based on sex, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said April 27 in Rizo v. Yovino (No.

Be Bold for Change

SumTotal

In 2003 Norway passed a law that requires companies to have at least 40% of company board members to be women. This year’s International Women’s Day falls on the 8 th March and the theme is #BeBoldforChange, with the hope and aim for a more gender inclusive world.

Reasons Why People Resist or Support Organizational Change

Workplace Psychology

2003). Change Management | Credit: annatodica. “Change can generate deep resistance in people and in organizations, thus making it difficult, if not impossible, to implement organizational improvements.” ” —Thomas Cummings & Christopher Worley.

Genetic Testing as Part of Workplace Wellness Programs

HR Daily Advisor

In addition to GINA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996—and the ensuing “Privacy Rule” that went into effect in 2003—protect personal health information from being misused or shared without consent.

Don’t forget to check social networks during your workplace investigations

Ohio Employer's Law

According to the complaint, Waters was called racial slurs at the store and on Twitter, and Karl and Schoeffler referred to him by the nickname “Radio,” a reference to the 2003 film in which Cuba Gooding Jr.

Mastering Leadership – A Roadmap for Personal Transformation

The People Equation

Here’s my proof source: in 2003, before Bob Anderson met Bill Adams, Bob created the basis for this leadership development model. Few would argue that “leadership effectiveness” is one of the most important elements of business success.

DWC Announces Temporary Total Disability Rates for 2017

HRWatchdog

1, 2003 who are receiving life pensions (LP) or permanent total disability (PTD) benefits are also entitled to have their weekly LP or PDT rate adjusted based on the SAWW. Rates increase January 1, 2017.

Three CalChamber Member Companies Land on ‘Best Small Companies in America’ Forbes List

HRWatchdog

In 2003, Prince Charles stayed at a bed-and-breakfast in Marin County and on his departure told the proprietress she should order McRoskey mattresses for all the rooms—which she did for most of them.

Strategy is About Solving Future Problems

Brandon Hall

For instance, back in 2003, Second Life was going to be “the next big thing,” but despite much fanfare it never really panned out in terms of broad appeal. Most companies don’t have HCM strategies. The tendency is to “fight fires” and jump from crisis to crisis.

Congress Mulls Comp Time for Private Employers

HR Daily Advisor

879 (2003); Mortensen v. Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow private employers to award workers compensatory time off in lieu of overtime pay.

Embrace Talent Diversity in Your Sourcing Strategy

Entelo

Since its implementation in 2003, the Rooney Rule has become one of the most famous diversity initiatives in the world and has more than doubled the number of minority head coaches in the NFL. It's no secret that many companies struggle to nurture and promote diversity.

What Companies Need to Do About Work-Life Balance

exaqueo

Bureau of Labor and Statistics found that from 2003 to 2014, the average time employed persons spent working -- on days that they worked from home -- increased by 37 minutes per day. This month at exaqueo, we’ve been talking a lot about work-life balance. It’s something many of us seek, yet it eludes us too. A member of #teamexaqueo recently shared an interesting story. As professionals, she said, we each have fours balls we are constantly juggling: Family, Health, Spirit and Work.

E-cigarettes in the workplace prove a problem for human resources

Sage HRMS

Hon Lik, a Chinese pharmacist invented the e-cigarette in 2003 as a way to get himself to quit smoking but it never took, according to The Guardian. Electronic cigarettes are now a common sight.

6 Ways to Establish Trust in Data

i4cp

companies has climbed 22% since 2003. Despite all the conversation about measurement, metrics, and analytics, many human resources and learning professionals are still skittish when it comes to trusting data. Their lack of trust is not unwarranted; while, on one hand, it’s hard to dispute quantitative data, on the other hand, quantitative data do not infer we throw caution to the wind.

Are You Singing the Right Tune? Lessons Learned From Exit Surveys

Newmeasures

Turnover is expensive – it incurs separation costs (administrative costs, unused vacation, lost revenues due to vacancy), replacement costs (recruiting and selecting someone to fill the gap), training costs (formal training and time of those informally training new employees), and lost productivity costs (Barrick, 2003). 2003). When it comes to communicating with employees about commitment to keeping the best talent, what is the tune of your organization?: Good riddance.

Which Is A Better Investment – Customer Experience Or Brand Management?

SAP Innovation

The authors analyzed over 6,000 M&A (mergers and acquisitions) activities worldwide between 2003 and 2013 to reveal the dollar valuations of all assets at the time of the acquisitions.

The Business Case For Diversity In The Workplace [VIDEO]

SuccessFactors

In another study 3 done in 2003, researchers sent out nearly 5,000 resumes for different positions in sales, support, marketing, etc. Did you know that diverse companies outperform non-diverse companies by 35%?

Effectively Communicating Change To A Disgruntled Workforce

TalentCulture

According to veteran business consultant William Bridges ( Managing Transitions, 2003 ) communication most often fails when companies fail to put the effort into helping people mentally make the transition.

Employment Law Blog Carnival: The “Candy Cane Children” Edition #ELBC

Ohio Employer's Law

I was blessed to see the White Stripes live the last four times they played Cleveland: August 2001 at the Beachland Ballroom (when I had no idea who they were, and was completely blown away), March 2002 at the Odeon , November 2003 at the Agora , and September 2005 at the Allen Theater.