Out With Comparisons, In With Confidence


I recently attended a Business Chicks Breakfast at which Nasty Gal founder and Executive Chairperson Sophia Amoruso spoke. It’s a timely lesson for us all. Imposter Syndrome, comparison-itis, and many other terms have been coined to describe this phenomenon. When it dents our confidence, and holds us back from maximising our potential we really need to find a way put the comparisons aside and move forward. How many times did you get back up when you fell down?

How to Monitor and Curb Problematic Attendance


As a company that is passionate about making your workforce management efficient, Fingercheck was designed to provide you with the real-time oversight you need to track your employees’ attendance. Monitoring attendance. Addressing poor attendance.

Unapologetically Me

Thrive Global

However, we also know how it can so easily lead to negative emotions and a strong sense of “comparison-itis” as we are inexorably drawn to compare our current status with that which we see online. How did 8 people attending the same ball select the exact same one?

Why We’re Going to the IBM HR Summit #PowerUpHR


of HR professionals consider attending conferences highly valuable with respect to staying knowledgeable about Human Resource management – more than webinars, print publications and white papers.” – 2015 fisher VISTA HR Buyers Survey .

College Season Etiquette

Thrive Global

To the young person or their parents, it can make a big difference in their day, leaving them in a cloud of anxiety, previously quiet unhelpful peer comparison reawakened and newfound worry stirred up over the as yet unknown outcome.

March Madness: Picking Your HCM Bracket


For many, myself included, March Madness, is one of their favorite times of year. College basketball fans across the US take more time than they should completing the infamous “bracket,” while others simply choose their favs or the team with the cooler uniforms.

What to Do About Employee Disengagement? 5 Steps to Take Right Away

HR Daily Advisor

On the other end of the scale, workers who show up late and leave early, verbally disparage the organization and its management, and spend most of their time counting the hours until the weekend may be classified as “actively disengaged employees.”.

NCHRA and Waggl Uncover New Insights from the HR Industry toward Innovation


NCHRA and Waggl , an all new and simple way to distill real-time insights from groups of people , recently released new data which reveals insights about the outlook of the human resources industry toward innovation. Here are the top three answers that were crowdsourced in real time: 61.6%

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #220: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

HR Examiner

It’s been a long time since I’ve been in Ireland. space paper for those Windows Server and SMB going into the mid-market space corps HMS payroll application that’s in sort of expanding their their suite for quite some time now acquiring.

Hidden Problems Behind Eliminating Employee Performance Review Ratings

SAP Innovation

I also attended a fascinating session hosted by Leslie Apony at SAP’s SAPPHIRE NOW event earlier this year, and came to a few conclusions. They need comparisons in the context of other employees to gain an accurate measure of performance.

board member keeps bringing her kids to meetings, unofficial salary offers, and more

Ask a Manager

” However, I would brace yourself to hear that she can’t attend at all if she can’t bring them and decide ahead of time how you’d want to respond to that. The supervisor for the position just called me to say that she is not yet authorized to make an offer, but she wanted to unofficially float the salary past me to find out if I was still interested before she sunk in time (possibly multiple weeks) pursuing approval to possibly make me an offer.