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8 Reasons to Attend WorkHuman 2018

WorkHuman

With more speakers, content tracks, and breakout activities, the power of WorkHuman will continue to galvanize leaders in 2018, and harness the transformative power of people for the next generation of HR. Eight content tracks covering the latest megatrends.

A Different Kind of Diversity #WorkHuman

Women of HR

Diversity in the workplace. Plain and simple, diversity makes our workplaces better, serving as a catalyst for different types of thinking, ways to approach problems, and perspectives/frames of reference. Most often when we talk about diversity in the workplace it’s generally in the context of racial/ethnic or gender diversity. diversity in the workplace. Only #3 encompasses our traditional view of diversity in the workplace.

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Top 5 Themes at HR Tech 2017

WorkHuman

But as Conference Chair Steve Boese told the attendees Wednesday morning, the human spirit is very much alive through the support and generosity of the HR Tech community who have expressed united concern and monetary support for the victims and families impacted by the shooting.

What do you do when Ashley Judd, Salma Hayek, Simon Sinek, Brene Brown, Adam Grant, Ronan Farrow, Tarana Burke, and Amal Clooney are all together in one place and you are invited?

WorkHuman

Attend! Last month, I attended WorkHuman 2018. But before I tell you about this experience, let me set the stage. I think it is safe to say that you will hear a residual groan from many when the mention of having to attend another conference comes up. By Robin H.

Leaders Create Human Workplaces

The People Equation

A few are card-carrying members of The Bad Boss Diaries but most of them are decent people. In the workplace, I’ve found that even good people sometimes make really stupid leadership decisions. And this sucks the humanity out of the workplace.

Booz Allen Hamilton’s Cathy Harvey on the Value of WorkHuman

WorkHuman

Do you want to know more about the value of attending WorkHuman as an HR professional, people manager, or business professional? She attended the very first WorkHuman conference in 2015 and has been an advocate of the WorkHuman movement ever since.

Science-Backed Ways to Run Better Meetings

WorkHuman

I don’t think it would be an exaggeration to say meetings are the bane of our existence at work. You run from meeting to meeting only to be left with no time at the end of the day to get the work done that you talked in those meetings. By Sarah Payne —.

The Countdown is On For #WorkHuman 2017

Women of HR

Give me the opportunity to attend one and I’m probably going to jump on it. I love learning new things and being exposed to new ideas. I love the sense of community and networking that tends to ensue. And I love the social aspects and seeing people I may only have a chance to see once or twice a year. I’m fortunate that I’ve had the opportunity to attend a variety of different conferences over the years, some of them on an annual basis.

Data & People Analytics: A WorkHuman 2018 Recap

WorkHuman

These phrases are tossed around at industry events and conferences, but how do they apply in the day-to-day work of an HR professional? Many other fields are leveraging the power of data. Is it diversity and inclusion? I personally believe in the power of thanks and recognition.

3 Ideas to Get More Bang for Your Compensation Buck

Compensation Cafe

Stretching the compensation dollar isn’t always about cutting back. Often, it’s simply about using the resources available to you more effectively. Shorten the work day. Recent headlines told the story of the experiment conducted at Perpetual Guardian, a New Zealand-based financial services firm in which CEO Andrew Barnes told employees to work 32 hours per week instead of the usual 40, but with no cut in pay. The results?

300+ Women Leaders in HR! These Women in HR Bring a Unique Blend of People & Strategic Skills.

CakeHR

This is largely because we believe it’s a great resource for business owners (and others working within the HR function) to gather ideas from the insights and articles they share, enabling followers to improve their own business practices. Companies that have women in leadership roles have traditionally fared better than their counterparts,” – The Benefit of More Women in Leadership Roles, www.womenofhr.com. a , Member of the board/Survey team leader, Fontes Vad?bas

How to Detect and Correct Low Employee Morale Before it Spreads

SnackNation

When employees feel down and disengaged, they might meet deadlines, but the work will be subpar, uninspired, and lacking innovation. In other words, one negative teammate can pull down the entire team. Sign 1: Lack of attendance and engagement. Address the burnout.

Eight Upcoming Talks You’d Be Crazy to Miss. Seriously.

WorkHuman

We all have limited time. And there are a LOT of things out there to read and see and attend. We’re all in the same boat. But how can we know which sessions and talks are worth our time and will get our minds and hearts racing—and which talks are going to be a snoozefest that leave us wanting our wasted time back? They will inspire the heck out of you. And at the end of this post I’ll tell you something else that might just blow your mind. (In

The Six Steps To Build A Remarkable Workplace

TalentCulture

According to a 2013 CEO Institute survey, the number one issue keeping chief executives awake at night was “sourcing and retaining skilled staff.” The rest? What Are The 6 Steps To Build A Remarkable Workplace? The improvement is remarkable.

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #209: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

HR Examiner

John and Stacey have updates from The Tru San Francisco Unconference, The Recruiting Trends & Talent Tech Conference, and the Kahuna Workforce Customer Advisory Board Meeting. Topics include: The Skills Gap, Recruiting Rewards, and Career Planning. The house.

25 Employee Engagement Activities To Reinvent Your Workforce

Vantage Circle

Employee engagement activities should be more about the heart than the brain. Managers are busy, employees are disengaged and the current office culture is at havoc. In this scenario, improving employee engagement is the least likely. They are the first to arrive.