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Congress Mulls Comp Time for Private Employers

HR Daily Advisor

Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow private employers to award workers compensatory time off in lieu of overtime pay. half time), receiving $10.88 Separately, a few weeks later, she asks to leave at 3:30 p.m. to attend her son’s baseball game. 2004)).

CPG at the Speed of Tech

SnackNation

CPG at the Speed of Tech. By all measures, it is an amazing time to be a CPG entrepreneur. Meanwhile, new platforms are meeting consumers where they are – in the break room, on-demand at home, in curated retail within co-working spaces , and even in rideshare vehicles.

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Meeting The Faces Of Philanthropy

SAP Innovation

Technology plays an important role at this not-for-profit. “If And technology allowed the relief workers to map and track everything that was needed in real time. I posed a question,” remarks Chris Enlow, the care and community manager at KEEN, Inc. “Do We made sure that at least their feet were dry and protected,” Enlow says proudly. In fact, the spirit of philanthropy at Keen goes back to 2004 when the Indian Ocean tsunami hit Southeast Asia. “We

Predictive Scheduling Provides Shift Notice and Income Consistency for Employees

HR Daily Advisor

Imagine having difficulty scheduling childcare or attending classes after work to further your education, because your schedule was constantly changing from day to day and from week to week. Employees may request a preferred schedule in order to meet their commitments outside working hours.

Refusal to Undergo Medical Exam Tanks Michigan Worker’s ADA Claim

HR Daily Advisor

Sam” began working for the city of Flushing, Michigan in 2004. Sam’s performance began to suffer about the same time. ” Also, the city required all employees to attend training on respect and responsibility in the workplace. The U.S.

New Research on Cutting-Edge Performance Management: What Are We Learning?

Compensation Cafe

For the past year, I have been leading research on cutting-edge performance management practices at the Center for Effective Organizations (CEO), University of Southern California. Ratingless reviews eliminate the use of any grade or score of performance; ongoing performance feedback involves at least four meetings per year between managers and subordinates; and crowd-sourced feedback uses social media to provide 24/7 feedback from peers and others about performance.

Leveraging Collective Knowledge: NASA’s Constellation Program

Conversation Matters

NASA has been working on Constellation, the human space flight program that was to replace the Shuttle, for 5 years now, at a cost of 9 Billion dollars – so saving that knowledge is. David Delong wrote about NASA' loss in Lost Knowledge , Oxford Press 2004.

This Is How One Man Has Spent His Life Studying the Roots of Good and Evil

Thrive Global

Very kindly, Arianna Huffington and her associates at Thrive Global invited me to post an interview I have recently done. I was interviewed recently by Salzburg Global Seminar, a wonderful organization that has been conducting seminars/meetings for over 25 years, many about issues that relate to my work. The meetings take place in a former castle in a beautiful environment in Salzburg, Austria. I gave the keynote address at both, but many other people are involved.

Creating an Impactful Culture - A View of NUMMI From the Inside

NCHRA

During my formative working life I was very fortunate to be able to work at the NUMMI plant for six years. It was clear to me that there was something unique and amazing going on at NUMMI. There are many tangible and visual symbols that reinforced these values every day at work.

Employee Engagement: Getting Everyone on the Bus…Really!

David Zinger

New operators work both day and night shifts, at times changing from one to the other with little notice. This culture of entitlement promoted management based on who was next in line and not on who was best suited at coaching and developing the workforce. The CAO attended mass meetings with the ATU membership and, after listening to their issues, assured drivers that if they accepted the contract, Transit would embark on changing its culture and working conditions.