Conference Attendance 301

China Gorman

In 2010 I wrote Conference Attendance 101 , a post on my blog, Data Point Tuesday. I’ve been affiliated with Globoforce ’s WorkHuman conference since its inception in 2015. Eric Mosely, Globoforce’s CEO, had a vision of turning his organization’s annual customer conference into a global force for good. China Gorman Data Point Tuesday Globoforce Humanity in the workplace WorkHumanIt has been one of the most shared, re-posted, and quoted blog posts I’ve ever written.

Conference Attendance 101

China Gorman

This was originally published on August 31, 2010 — it’s still valid today. Bill Kutik China Gorman Data Point Tuesday Globoforce HR Technology HR Technology Conference LRP Publications Steve BoeseEspecially if you’re joining me at the HRTech Conference next week. Especially the part about smiling… So. You took advice from my last blog post and decided which conference to attend. Congratulations.


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Quick Shots for #HR and Business Pros – #SMDAY

HR Bartender

It was started in 2010 by Mashable to recognize and celebrate social media’s impact on global communication. Check out this Ventana Research report sponsored by Globoforce on “ 5 Reasons to use Social Recognition in Business.”. Tuesday, June 30 is Social Media Day. Many cities host a local version – here’s what my community in South Florida is doing. If your city isn’t doing anything, then at least participate by expanding your social network by one meaningful connection.

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George Clooney: Actor, Humanitarian, Entrepreneur, and WorkHuman Speaker


In 2010, George, along with the United Nations, Harvard University, and Google, launched the Satellite Sentinel Project , which allows private satellites to take photographs of potential threats to civilians, detect bombs, observe the movement of troops, and note any other evidence of possible mass violence in North and South Sudan. Sarah is managing editor at Globoforce. By Sarah Payne —.

Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust at Total Rewards


Speaking on a panel with three other Globoforce customers titled, “Slicing Up the Total Rewards Pie to Deliver Stronger ROI,” Burgess told the audience that the key to building a great culture comes down to, “Faith, trust, and a little bit of pixie dust.”. The research was based on a study of 11,000 employees of similar age groups who started jobs in Q3 2010 and stayed with the same companies through Q4 2016.

Why You Can’t Afford To Ignore Your Employer Brand


In our 2015 SHRM/Globoforce Survey , 66% of HR professionals said values-based recognition helped build a stronger employer brand. According to a 2010 Monster/Unum study , 87% of employees said they want a company that they believe “truly cares about the well-being of its employees.” According to Randstad , U.S. businesses spend more than $110 billion on talent acquisition. That’s more than $3,000 per hire. Just looking at the numbers alone, there is not a company in the U.S.—and

Cafe Classic: Keeping Them Is Cheaper than Finding Them

Compensation Cafe

59% of US companies have problems attracting critical skill employees (up from 52% in 2010 and 28% in 2009). 36% reported difficulty retaining critical-skill employees (up from 31% in 2010 and 16% in 2009). Editor's Note: Given today's labor market dynamics, Derek Irvine's Classic post on compensation and retention is a important as ever.