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. There is extremely limited supervision and support as the supervisor-operator reporting ratio is 1:350, which does not allow for continued coaching and development. 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. In Transit.

Innovation, Quality & Entrepreneurship at Akshaya Patra


They use technology to cook more food in less time. It helps reduce the dropout rate to an enormous extent and increases classroom attendance.” By Maulik Shah , August 23, 2010 @ 12:36 pm Nicely observed and nicely presented by you.I

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QAspire Blog: Practical Insights on Quality, Management.


Megha By Conor Neill , August 6, 2010 @ 12:34 pm Storytelling is a skill - it can be developed with practice. On holidays in Portugal By Tanmay , August 6, 2010 @ 1:01 pm @Conor - It is - and all great speakers I have seen have been master storytellers.

What You Should Know About Leadership Development Training

Workplace Psychology

The second mistake is a tendency to try to cram too much content into the training and expecting participants who attend the leadership development program to instantly become an instant expert or a “leader” (i.e., 2010). 2010).

3 Reasons Physical Offices & Face-to-Face Meetings Are Not Going Away

Workplace Psychology

The traditional, physical office is not going away any time soon despite advances in technology allowing people to work remotely , either at a home office, coworking space, virtual office, or another remote location (such as a coffee shop, library, or bookstore). 2010).

How Has COVID-19 Changed the Nursing Career?

Career Metis

At the same time, this is an excellent opportunity for anyone considering a nursing career to dive in and learn valuable lessons that can only be fully instilled through first-hand experience. years old in 2010. COVID-19 has transformed virtually every aspect of life on a global scale.

Sex As A Part of the Recruiting Process: The Problem is Plausible Deniability.

The HR Capitalist

Each of the players and recruits attended different parties at Billy Minardi Hall, where dancers, many of whom stripped naked, were present. Three of the five players said they attended parties as recruits and also when they played for Louisville.

The Pitfalls of Telecommuting

Workplace Psychology

The reality, however, is that it requires a great deal of structure, time management and commitment, as well as an understanding of telecommuting’s disadvantages on the part of the person telecommuting so that s/he can get work done. 2010).

St. Louis Rams – Doing Football Like You Do Employee Engagement

What is Paul Thinking

One of the things I’ve been working on for 2016 (all five days of it) is to try to have a more structured schedule, and that means taking time for breakfast and not spending that time in front of the computer. Is it on flex time and other benefits?

Interview Series – Career Experts – Wendi Weiner from The Writing Guru

Career Metis

My company, The Writing Guru , started off as a professional writing and editing company in 2010, and has since grown into a trademarked brand with more than 10 honors and awards in resume writing and content creation. .

5 Ways to Keep Remote Employees Motivated and Engaged


At the same time, individual workers save between $2,000 and $7,000 annually. Many companies already realize the cost effectiveness of remote work options, since 37 percent of American workers report telecommuting at least some of the time.

SHRM Memories

Laurie Ruettimann

I have attended SHRM’s annual conference since 2008, but I’m sitting this year out. I applied for a press pass and was accepted as one of the first bloggers to attend SHRM. Those were weird times. I hung out with all the old school HR bloggers for the first time.

“Create a morning routine.” With Fotis Georgiadis & Brooke Elder

Thrive Global

Back in 2010, it seemed like utilizing Facebook as a networking tool was frowned upon if you weren’t using it per the “status quo.” At this time, I also had created an online training center for the company I was working for.

The 14 Silicon Valley HR Execs You Should Follow on Social Media


Thought-provoking, actionable insights await when you set aside time to read anything the 14 Silicon Valley CHROs below write. He built and led the HR division of Google for 10 years, during which time Google was named the best companies to work for more than 30 times and was recognized as an employer of choice more than 100 times. If you feel that women are better at childcare, spend some time with a stay-at-home dad to see how great they can be.


Heart and Edge: The Secret Ingredients of a High Performing Leader


Were they strong, fearless, driven, smart or were they a good listener, coach, understanding, warm, funny? You might have already read several leadership books, watched numerous TED talks, and attended countless training programs. Expect things to finish on time and within budget.

1963 (Revisited): Vendors and #SHRM12

True Faith HR

With the SHRM Annual Conference less than 2 weeks away, and sparked by this tweet from Ben Eubanks, I thought the timing was perfect to revisit this post from last year about the requests of vendors to meet.

On The Lighter Side of HR? From The Desk of a Woman of a Certain Age

Women of HR

Yes, our name changed, but we are still the same folks that interview, hire, fire (aka terminate, layoff or downsize), listen, coach, counsel, advise, train, write policies, procedures, rules, regulations and stand as the target on the firing line when things go “left”. We handle relationships between prospective employees, current employees and the employer and trust me, often times these relationships can fall unexpectedly into the pit of comedy.

“Why you should be optimistic.” With Beau Henderson & Edie Weinstein

Thrive Global

My mom followed him in 2010. I swam on a local swim team from ages 11–18 and then became a lifeguard and coach for three summers. One came from my father Moish who reminded me that, “They put their pants on one leg at a time, just like you do.”

Rachael Rapinoe: “How Athletes Optimize Their Mind & Body For Peak Performance”

Thrive Global

Rachael won a NCAA national championship with the University of Portland in 2005, played pro soccer in Europe in 2010, and eventually retired to pursue her passion in the health and fitness industry. Thank you for taking the time to share my story.

Symposium Events: Wellbeing and Stress Summit

Strategic HCM

Keeping with my recent employee engagement theme, yesterday morning I attended Symposium’s Wellbeing & Stress Summit. Now I loved Gill’s attempt to create love – which I’ve posted on a few times, and will coming back to again soon.

Can A Startup Ever Have Too Many Investors?

SAP Innovation

It’s easy to imagine the CEO spending all his or her time managing investors. One potential seed investor I talked to said he expected the CEO to return his calls within two hours at any time of day or night. “I How much time are you willing to spend managing investors?

Managers, Nurture Creativity. Don't Kill It!


Jay, the team member, approach Bob with a suggestion - “Sir, for this particular requirement of the project, I have a suggestion that can save us a few lines of code, time and may also improve the performance”, there was a spark on Jay’s face as he put forward the suggestion. See, we are already running short of time. Had Bob accepted Jay’s suggestion, it would have actually saved some time and effort. He partially attended Jay’s suggestion and missed the details.

Breaking Away From The Male Stereotype?

Inpower Coaching

In our cultures’ strongest stories and cultural myths, men can succeed by vanquishing evil or acquiring gold, but a single goal isn’t enough for a woman, she has the double burden of protecting the village and acquiring a man (the latter being perfectly acceptable in an of itself most of the time). Anne Rice’s Beauty series of steamy novels were better written erotic fiction in the 1980’s than Fifty Shades of Grey are in the 2010’s, but that’s not the point.

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On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: Do Online Classes Make Sense for.

45 Things

It was an outstanding experience,” says Melnick, a career coach in Durham, Conn. “I Costing the same as if she were attending regular classes ($25,000-$30,000 for a bachelor’s degree), Melnick was ready to be challenged by a tough curriculum.

Career Development: Challenges and Opportunities for Talent.

Strategic HCM

The problem with these is that workbooks are unlikely to be used for long and workshops, plus coaching etc, are prohibitively expensive in most organisations - hence the need for technology solutions. ► 2010. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Bio-Contact. Consulting. Speaking.

HR TechStack – Learning Management System


Your sales, service and partner teams can easily receive just-in-time training; improving skills, competency and product knowledge. That gives them more time to focus on what really matters: teaching and learning. Progress can be tracked in real-time through automated quiz scoring.

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: 4 Ways to Make Meetings Better

45 Things

Recently I looked into the issue of meetings, some pet peeves of those attending and how the whole "necessary evil" could be made well, less evil. Of that time, he figures 25 percent of that time was well spent. I’m always sitting there thinking about all the things my team could be doing instead of wasting so much time.” Instead of scheduling them to last 60 minutes, you schedule them to last 50 minutes, and that gives you time to get to the next one,” he says.

All You Need To Know About HR Management: An Exclusive Interview With Jairo Fernandez

SAP Innovation

In turn, SAP has committed itself to increasing its global number of women in management to 25% in 2017 (up from 18% in 2010). Our philosophy is to reward and recognize the right talent at the right time and secure a lasting connection between reward and performance.

Will This Tough Job Market Change Generation Y?

45 Things

At the same time, I know those tough times taught be a lot of valuable lessons. Employers just don’t have the time or patience for a generation that is so picky,” Finnigan says. December 5, 2009 3:56 PM Kingsley Tagbo, IT Career Coach said.