Sat.Oct 05, 2019

New CEO Study: The Undergraduate Degrees Of Fortune 100 CEOs

Forbes Leadership Strategy

What does it take to ascend to the CEO position at a F100 firm? A study by UVA Darden Professor Kimberly Whitler examines where they come from—the schools, the functions, the work experiences. This fifth article in the series looks for trends in the undergraduate majors and degrees of F100 CEOs

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Why Psychological Safety is Key to Improving Diversity

WeSpire

Saturday Spark #30. By Susan Hunt Stevens, Founder & CEO. I started my career in management consulting. In the fall of 1992, I was living in New York City weekends and jetting up to client site in Boston weekdays. I had incredibly smart and fun colleagues and was learning a ton.

Why Ford’s Most Outrageous CEO Wrote The Best Letters And Made the Most Money

Forbes Leadership Strategy

What makes a CEO outrageous? When he or she has the courage, conviction and candor to change a company’s culture

What is the Difference Between Customer Centricity and Customer Service?

Eagle's Flight

As more companies are asking what it takes to provide a customer experience that will set them apart, people are getting hung up on definitions and feeling unsure of where to concentrate their efforts. To differentiate themselves, organizations need to adopt a customer-centric mindset.

Candidate Screening Simplified

Speaker: Allen Samuel, Senior Sourcer & Serial Entrepreneur

When it comes to finding the right candidates for your company, you want to ensure that they are a good “fit.” By having an understanding of the job description, accurate skillset criteria and a short conversation with the hiring manager, you will be armed with the resources to quickly and effectively convert potential candidates to new hires. Join Senior Sourcer & Serial Entrepreneur Allen Samuel to learn the steps you should be taking in your candidate screening process.

Why Psychological Safety is Key to Improving Diversity

WeSpire

Saturday Spark #30. By Susan Hunt Stevens, Founder & CEO. I started my career in management consulting. In the fall of 1992, I was living in New York City weekends and jetting up to client site in Boston weekdays. I had incredibly smart and fun colleagues and was learning a ton.

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The Future of Climate Action Rests on Bold and Innovative Tech

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Last week, amid worldwide climate strikes and Greta Thunberg’s powerful viral speech , the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a new report on the current and projected impacts of climate change on the world’s oceans, and what these trends mean for all of us going forward. Understatement of the century: the news wasn’t good.

Single Touch Payroll Phase 2: What to expect

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Single Touch Payroll (STP) left the Australian payroll world abuzz in the past year, with how it changed the way business reported their payroll information to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). By 1 July 2019, all businesses across Australia should be compliant to STP regardless of their total headcount, requiring huge efforts from employers and payroll solutions providers to work together to prepare their payroll data and ensure their payroll systems are STP-enabled for smooth compliance.

All HR Organizations in the US - Updated 2019

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At SSR, we are constantly thinking of ways we can help push the HR/People/TA disciplines forward. One avenue of attack we believe in is the power of strong social networks - offline and online. We usually just call this “community.”

HR[preneur] Episode 19: Discussing Politics in the Workplace

ADP

What responsibilities do employers have when it comes to workplace policies around political discussions

Wage Growth: The Last Employer Holdout to Attract Candidates

You get a job perk! And You get a job perk! Everyone gets job perks! While these perks may have helped get that stellar candidate’s foot in the door, this dynamic of severely low unemployment combined with a historically high job open rate continues with no immediate end in sight. Employers will do well to zero in on one lever many have been avoiding pulling: the almighty salary increase.