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Where Knowledge Management Has Been and Where It Is Going- Part Three

Conversation Matters

There are three factors that are creating the need to add a focus on collective knowledge to the existing types of knowledge organizations already attend to: • Dealing with increasingly complex issues. In 2009, 500 people working with social media in the U.S.

Will This Tough Job Market Change Generation Y?

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Tuesday, December 1, 2009 Will This Tough Job Market Change Generation Y? December 1, 2009 11:21 AM Bret Simmons said. Jonathan, Well said!

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There Are Only Two Kinds of Companies: The Quick and the Dead

Future of Work

We’ve been pleased at how well it’s been received, but we’ve also been frustrated at how few organizations seem to “get&# the message. Pardon us, but maybe if we shout it out one more time someone will hear us. We recently attended a workshop filled with property developers and corporate facilities managers. As one broker put it, “This is a great time to buy property dirt cheap, or sign a very attractive long-term lease.&#.

Medical Problems with no FMLA

Evil HR Lady

My mother is working part time for benefits until she retires. They have reprimanded employees hatefully in front of customers and refused employees time off for medical reasons. She made the managers aware at the time of scheduling the first surgery that she would need to have the other eye done in two weeks. They are refusing to give her the time off even though she is asking for 1 day and the next morning only.

Medical Problems with no FMLA

Evil HR Lady

My mother is working part time for benefits until she retires. They have reprimanded employees hatefully in front of customers and refused employees time off for medical reasons. She made the managers aware at the time of scheduling the first surgery that she would need to have the other eye done in two weeks. They are refusing to give her the time off even though she is asking for 1 day and the next morning only.

Disability Discrimination: Terminated Cancer Survivor’s ADA Claim Fails, Part 1

HR Daily Advisor

Willow got along well with her supervisor, “Kristy,” and consistently received positive performance evaluations. In a January 2009 meeting with Kristy and HR employee “Allison,” Willow received a spreadsheet documenting what Kristy said was a high absenteeism rate of 6.3% start time.

20 Simple Reasons Your Top Performers Quit

Bonusly

The SAP / Oxford Economics study found that employees value competitive compensation, merit-based rewards, retirement plans, training, flexible work locations and schedules, vacation time, family benefits, education, and personal recognition from higher ups.

Why Knowledge Management Didn’t Save General Motors: Addressing Complex Issues By Convening Conversation

Conversation Matters

In 2008 KM was alive and well at GM. In the summer of 2009 GM filed for bankruptcy. To date, Knowledge Management has primarily been in the service of cost cutting or its twin, time saving. The President of Ecopetrol, Javier Gutiérrez, attended all three days of the meeting.

HR TechStack – Applicant Tracking Systems

WhoKnows

By using an ATS, recruiters reduce the time spent reading resumes and screening potential applicants. The core capabilities of the solution include human resources management, payroll, benefits, talent management, compliance, time and labor management and analytics and benchmarking.

Small Business War Stories Podcast List

Proven

Creating Small Business Connections Through an Online Community | Dave Hamilton On today’s flash episode we are joined by Dave Hamilton, who co-hosts a podcast called The Small Business Show , as well as leads a small business support group online.

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Small Business War Stories Podcast – All Episodes

Proven

June 27th, 2018 Biscuit Press: Turning a Passion for Art into a Booming Career in Austin, TX | Dan Grissom On this episode of Small Business War Stories, we are joined by Dan Grissom of Biscuit Press , a company he started to become a full-time freelance illustrator and screen printer. Dave has been podcasting for 13 years, so when his friend and long-time business partner Shannon Jean shared his idea for the Small Business Show, Dave loved it.

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Managing After the Military: Tips for Leadership and Management as a Civilian

Qualtrics HR

Although there are challenges to transitioning to a civilian role, many leadership skills obtained during a military career lend themselves well to civilian careers. I retired in 2009 and was an entrepreneur and author before coming to the mighty Qualtrics.