Sat.Jan 05, 2019

How to Give Recognition on a Budget

Quantum Workplace

In an ideal world where money is no object, recognition would be a breeze. You could treat high-performing employees to a fancy steakhouse dinner, give them gifts, or even send them on a trip

How You Can Be a Thought Leader, Even When You Don’t Feel Like an “Expert”

Business2Community Leadership

Veex / Pixabay. It seems that everyone is obsessed with the words “influencer” and “thought leader”. Buzz words, yes. But a new concept? Absolutely not! Since the beginning of time, people purchase things from people they know, trust, and believe will do the job.

weekend free-for-all – January 5-6, 2018

Ask a Manager

This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. This one is truly no work and no school.). Book recommendation of the week: The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust , by Diana B.

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A-Z HR Gurus of Q4 2018: See the Current Experts in Human Resources

CakeHR

We’ve just said goodbye to 2018 and as a last tribute to such a great year, we wanted to finish up with our final A-Z HR Gurus instalment to see who has influenced areas of human resources in the last quarter. Our 2018 Q4 HR experts collectively encompass knowledge and skills across HR technology, culture, global and offshore workforce planning, transformative recruitment, org design, digitalisation and administration. But the most popular theme across the 2018 Q4 list is Change Management.

Live Webinar: Choose the Right ATS for Your Business

Is amplifying your recruitment process in 2019 one of your New Year's resolutions? If it's not, it should be. An Applicant Tracking System (ATS) is command-central for all recruiting activities; managing everything from posting jobs, to collecting feedback, to moving candidates through the funnel and onboarding new hires. But with so much out there, finding the perfect ATS for your business can prove challenging. Join Newton on Thursday, January 31st with Tim Ruge, Director of Product Marketing at Paycor to learn how an ATS will change the way you recruit and how to choose the perfect one for your company.

Hanging with the housewives again

hrpockets

On Black Friday or Cyber Monday Hulu was running a special where you could sign up for 99 cents a month for 12 months and the Minyards couldn’t resist that deal. That means, the real housewives are back in my home!!! I love them, Minyard hates them, oh well.

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Employees in These Countries Get the Most Paid Days Off

HR Digest

Malta, a sun-soaked archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea that’s a popular summer holiday destination, has some of the most generous paid leave entitlements in the world.

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4 Tips For Effective One on One Meetings

Engagedly

A one on one meeting is not any of the following things. A status update A formal discussion A staff meeting or various other iterations of meetings that take place at organizations. A one on one meeting rather […]. One on one meetings

How HR can Help Turn Managers into Strategic Leaders (Part 3: Tips to be more Strategic!)

Sounding Board

Our last two posts gave a recap and summary of some of the topics discussed during the chat along with some tips. In this post, however, we hope to provide you with more actionable tips to help you or your employees be a more strategic leader. After the event commenced, we wanted to keep the discussion active, so we asked our Sounding Board coaches what advice they give their coaching clients on being more strategic.

Jillian Michaels On Building A Business By Doing What You Love

Thrive Global

Health and wellness expert Jillian Michaels on fulfillment, business, lessons learned, and more.PHOTO CREDIT: James Law How can you take what you love and make it your business? What do you do with the criticism and ‘haters’ that come as you start to grow an audience?

Why your employees are still struggling with performance reviews

Studies show that employees who successfully approach tough conversations with their managers, colleagues, and direct reports are less likely to leave: but only 70% of them do. Read the report to learn what's really on their minds.