Fri.Dec 21, 2018

Emotional Intelligence: Three Overlooked Actions For Balanced Focus And Productivity

Forbes Coaches Council

There are three major mental actions that set the stage for our physicaland material progress

Does my Company Have to Pay Out Banked PTO?


The short answer is “maybe.” Surrendering accrued and unused vacation time to an employee who separates from your company, whether by choice or not, isn’t a federal requirement, so there’s no federal law that your company has to comply with.

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6 Signs That It Might Be Time to Let an Employee Go


Terminating an employee is a delicate business. employee reinforcement employee termination


Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind: Your Remote Workforce


Did you know that 43% of employees work from home at least some of the time? And that doesn’t include contingent workers or freelancers who contribute to your team as independent contractors.

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How to Simplify Day-to-Day People Management


Bad management costs the U.S. economy nearly $400 billion annually, according to the Harvard Business Review. Much of this has to do with employee engagement—a study from Dale Carnegie Training found that nearly 75% of employees are not fully engaged at work, and the number one factor that contributes to engagement is an employee’s relationship with their immediate supervisor. SEE ALSO: The Ultimate Guide to One-on-Ones.

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Should You Do Cardio or Lift Weights? December 2018


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How to Break a Digital AddictionDecember 2018


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Out-of-the-box recruiting strategies: Talent in the unlikeliest of places


What if we could take the unemployed and soon-to-be unemployed and prepare them for a new career? What if your accountant was once a coal miner? Or your computer programmer was once an auto-line manufacturer? It doesn’t make a difference to you so long as they do a good job.

30+ Books on Working Human


By Sarah Payne —. Here’s a fun stat for my fellow literary nerds: Iceland publishes more books per capita than any other country in the world. Iceland is so well-read, in fact, that it has a national tradition named Jolabokaflod: “Christmas Book Flood.”

And the award for Worst Employer of 2018 goes to …

HR Morning

Sure, no one’s boss is perfect, and complaining about a manager’s incompetence has always been an employee’s favorite pastime. . But some bosses set themselves apart from all the rest in their horribleness.

Choosing an ATS: 5 quick tips for building a business case


As an operations professional, I find myself annoyed, weighed down even, by processes that can and should be automated. Those in human resources and recruiting are no exception.

The Path to Individual Transformation in the Workplace, Part Three


According to John Dewey, “We do not learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experience.” Self-reflection is a part of Being, the third stage of individual growth and transformation—a stage that is often overlooked in learning and development programs across organizations today.

M&A Friday! This Week’s HR Deals and Trending #HotInHR News


Our weekly recap of fundings, mergers & acquisition, partnership and other interesting news from the human resource, recruitment and employee benefits marketplace. FUNDING. This week’s fundings: $175M+. Earnin raises $125M to help workers track and cash out wages in real time.

The Best of #WorkTrends 2018


Happy holidays! To celebrate the end of the year we’re looking back to our favorite #WorkTrends conversations in 2018. We put together out first ever Best of #WorkTrends, with excerpts from our favorite conversations throughout the year.

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11 Simple Survey Questions to Ask Internal Stakeholders After Open Enrollment


This week, we continue on in our series designed to help you create a powerful open enrollment post-mortem strategy. We've broken this topic into individual articles in order to help you prioritize the different groups you'll need to talk with after open enrollment comes to a close.

What to do if your company has an identity crisis


The growth phase is an exciting time for any company. It’s a period when new people join, larger clients take notice, and the possibilities seem endless. The sky's the limit, as they say. But as companies grow and mature, they usually experience some… changes

The Path to Individual Transformation in the Workplace, Part Two


Malcolm Gladwell, author of “Outliers: The Story of Success,” said that, “Practice isn’t the thing you do once you’re good. It’s the thing you do that makes you good.”. The opportunity to practice new complex skills in today’s workplace is essential to employee growth.

2018 Year in Review: Employee Benefits Trends

Winston Benefits

Employees’ wants and needs continued to take center stage for employer benefits programs in 2018.

ICE Worksite Enforcement On The Rise – Check Your Forms I-9!


With the rise of ICE audits, employers should ensure compliance with Form I-9 requirements. Information released recently by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) shows a significant increase in worksite enforcement efforts by that agency in 2018.

How the Collaboration Between HR and Finance Can Improve Business


While human resources and finance are two different operations, it's important to have HR and finance collaboration within an organization

How Trainual Hit $50k in MRR in 7 Months – Chris Ronzio on The Top Podcast with Nathan Latka


Catch our founder, Chris Ronzio, on Episode 1245 of The Top! Listen below or find the show on iTunes. Visit the show page Episode Time Stamp Notes: 01:15 – Nathan’s introduction to today’s show 02:15 – How Trainual is helping companies create systems that scale 02:50 – Why the average customer is paying the $95 per … Continue reading. The post How Trainual Hit $50k in MRR in 7 Months – Chris Ronzio on The Top Podcast with Nathan Latka appeared first on Trainual.

Out-of-the-box recruiting strategies: Talent in the unlikeliest of places


What if we could take the unemployed and soon-to-be unemployed and prepare them for a new career? What if your accountant was once a coal miner? Or your computer programmer was once an auto-line manufacturer? It doesn’t make a difference to you so long as they do a good job.

Employee Onboarding: New-Hires Want Clear Performance Expectations from the Beginning

Employee Communications Council

Today's new-hires expect their employers to lay out the job expectations right at the start. Performance expectations are highly significant and important to employees, as well as a key factor in the success of employee onboarding and employee communications initiatives.

HR Trends: Forecast for 2019


The most defining aspect of trends is that they come and go with reassuring frequency. Like clockwork in fact. HR trends tend to fall in a different facet in that they don’t inspire a frenzy, like say fashion […]. Performance Review Uncategorized

Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019

NGA Human Resources

by Anita Lettink. As we look forward to an exciting year of growth in our market in 2019, the NGA HR Leadership Team have been sharing their thoughts on the major trends across our industry.

Top 5 - 2018

Dave's Weekly Thought

What a year in music! confusion exists at the cross roads of popular and independent music. The music festivals we've cherished now more closely reveal the Super Bowl. Tons of Octogenarians have reunited to pay for their 5th divorce (but, who's counting).

Helping Your Team Develop a Startup Mentality with One Simple Step

Effortless HR

Startups are efficient in their processes because they need to be; with a limitation in resources, personnel, and experience, efficiency is a means of survival spawned out of mere necessity.

12 Easy Ways to Improve One-on-One Meetings with Employees

Quantum Workplace

Acknowledging that ongoing, one-on-one meetings with employees are a valuable piece of the engagement puzzle is the first step. What comes next is where most managers fall flat (though it's not entirely their fault

Three Risk Management Techniques for Small to Mid-Sized Businesses

360 factors

Managing risk is essential for all businesses but there is a difference in the resources available for small and large businesses when it comes to risk. Large businesses have dedicated risk management departments and can spend millions of dollars on risk management technology.

HRExaminer v9.51

HR Examiner

4 Things All HR Leaders Need to Know About Implementing AI. HRExaminer Weekly Edition v9.51 December 21, 2018. Hilton Hotels found that by implementing AI they were able to shorten their recruiting process by about 75% Rob May sums up 4 Things All HR Leaders Need to Know About Implementing AI.

3 Employee Communication Lessons from Serena That You Don’t Want to Hear (But Need to Know)


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How Intent Data Reveals the Anatomy of an AI Buyer

Aberdeen HCM Essentials

Among the many uses of web-based intent data is its ability to profile the buyer’s journey for B2B technology. Consider today’s most talked about technology – AI and Machine Learning. If you were interested in deploying this technology in your organization, how would you go about that process?

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update: company offered me a job, then yanked the offer, then re-listed the position

Ask a Manager

It’s “where are you now?” month at Ask a Manager, and all December I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Remember the letter-writer who received a job offer, then had it yanked, then saw the position re-listed ? Here’s the update. First, here’s a detail I didn’t think was relevant to include in the first email: When they originally offered me the job, it was through email.

Moving Beyond Top-Down Management

Business2Community Leadership

Free-Photos / Pixabay. You’re probably familiar with the top-down management approach, even if you don’t know it by that name. Basically, this is the school of thought that tells us leadership begins at the top of the organization, with the CEO and other C-suite members.