Around the Bonfyre: Talking Change Management Strategy with EY’s Eric Biegansky


The disruptive nature of change is now a constant. It’s a sentiment that’s lingered on the lips of business leaders since the beginning of The Great Recession. What are your responsibilities with respect to talent in change management.

Cafe Classic: Are Employees "Costs" or "Assets"?

Compensation Cafe

Editor's Note: We often hear leaders cite the "employees are assets" but often do they walk that talk? Jacque Vilet, channeling Josh Bersin, shares some Classic information and insights about the economic value an organization's people bring to the table.

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Cafe Classic: Putting on Your Explorer Cap via Appreciative Inquiry for the Compensation Pro

Compensation Cafe

Editor's Note: More than a few of us number nerds populating the field of compensation have a Classic deficit in the soft skills required to constructively explore and understand the territory and circumstances surrounding employee and organizational performance. .

When Virtual Reality Meets Plan Design

Compensation Cafe

Today's article is the second in a series on the Virtual Reality (VR) of compensation plan design. This time, we're going to visualize what it's like to design with the future in mind. Just ask the Compensation Cafe staff!).

Implementation Matters

Compensation Cafe

Companies who are more effective at implementation are those that are most admired and deliver the highest financial returns -- I thought you''d like to know. Pay for performance is a form of change management if we do it right. Put your fingers on the keyboard and take notes.

The Best Way to Process Payroll [Updated for 2020]


Or you own an existing one that is moving into the realm of employees. Payroll is one of the most important processes to handle correctly. Learn to Process Payroll Efficiently and Legally. How To Avoid The Top 6 Payroll Mistakes. First off, why don’t you have one?

Principles for Managing Organizational Change


Winston Churchill said, “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” ” To remain competitive and up-to-date, companies must change; sometimes more than once. Regardless of the purpose, every employee feels the effects of your company’s change. Often, members from the C-suite get caught up in the end game; the purpose of the change; the final solution. Make the Change.

Which Job Perks Do Employees Value?

HR Digest

With the unemployment rate dropping to 3.6 percent - the lowest rate since December 1969, and the U.S. job market the tightest it has been in half a century, human resources managers are struggling to attract and retain top talent. appeared first on The HR Digest.

Employee Recognition: Picking Up The Pieces

Dave's Weekly Thought

As I enter my 10th year in the Human Capital Management space, I figured it would be beneficial to my readers to reflect on how our industry has (and has not) evolved over the last decade's time. * The following scenarios are built on real life business engagements. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. So how could he climb the ladder? The results weren't there so he needed another tool to help get him promoted.