Fri.Feb 08, 2019

Inclusion is NOT Just a Buzzword

Jeff Waldman

I have been meaning to write this post for a while now, and a recent event that I personally experienced was the tipping point to finally doing it. Here Goes It… I am invited to countless events each year that span the globe.

Live long and prosper?

Bersin with Deloitte

Sure, but first we need to reinvent 21st-century careers for century-long lives. Posted by Jeff Schwartz , David Mallon , on February 8, 2019. Of all the trends and topics we talk with organizations about, there’s one that consistently causes an almost visceral response: careers.

Rewards and Recognition Can Be Work Related – Friday Distraction

HR Bartender

A few weeks ago, I published a Time Well Spent from our friends at Kronos about recognition and rewards. It was about the boss who gave every member of the team an ugly holiday sweater. I hope you’ll check it out if you haven’t already.

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Two Ways to Reinforce Your Company Values


At some companies the official organization values turn into an ongoing joke either because they are never communicated or because leaders fail to live up to them. But organization values are important because they shape the culture and performance of the organization.

Live Webinar: Fall in Love with Your Hiring Process

In order to make sure candidates fall in love with your company, you need a simple, structured process. Learn the steps you can take to hire the perfect candidates for your open roles and avoid making a toxic hire.

Time Management Hacks That Very Successful People Practice Daily


Time management is a big part of success. Time Management


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These Cannabis Jobs Are Most In-Demand Right Now


Cannabis jobs increased 690 percent between 2017 and 2018, with employment projected to grow another 220 percent in 2019.


Conflict Management Skills for Every Manager


Dealing with workplace conflicts is not a task many people enjoy, as conflict is typically associated with negative emotions. Conflict management skills provide managers with the ability to resolve conflicts equitably and turn disagreements into opportunities. SEE ALSO: The Ultimate Guide to One-on-Ones. Defining conflict. To better understand conflict management, it’s important to have a clear notion of what conflict actually entails.

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Top 10 Ways Internet of Things and Blockchain Strengthen Supply Chains


The majority of enterprises are prioritizing their blockchain pilots that concentrate on supply chains improvements (53%) and the Internet of Things (51%) according to Deloitte’s latest blockchain survey.

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How to Make Inclusivity More than Just an Office Buzzword

Government Executive

There are four things leaders need to keep in mind. Management - Promising Practices

2019 Compensation Best Practices Report

Following a record-year of job growth in 2018, employees now have the tools to research and evaluate employers, and feel empowered to make moves if they don't like what they find. Get the latest trends in compensation, and find out how your organization stacks up.

The Art of Giving and Receiving Feedback

Quantum Workplace

We’ve all heard the phrase, “If you can’t take it, don’t dish it,” and vice-versa. This common expression applies perfectly to feedback.


State Department Names Fox News and Navy Veteran to Counter Propaganda

Government Executive

Pompeo hails "vision" of long-rumored appointee Lea Gabrielle. Management


What Building Trust with Employees Takes in 2019 | Bonfyre Breakdown


Conventional wisdom for building trust with employees tells us that people have general criteria they need met before putting faith in company leaders. As our own Rob Seay wrote for us , the core of these criteria comes down to the relationships between employee and employer.

Identifying and Avoiding Microaggressions at Work


It’s important to remember the impact our words and actions can have on other people, especially coworkers. Sometimes well-intentioned behavior can have unintended consequences. What we view as an off-hand compliment or gesture can be interpreted as an insult or put-down to another person.

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2018 in Talent Acquisition & The 2019 Impact

2019 will certainly have its own set of talent acquisition challenges. This valuable report reflects on key events in 2018 and extracts critical insights to help lay the path forward this year. Get on board or get left behind with these key takeaways.

Courts rule on employers’ ADA accommodation limits: Key takeaways

HR Morning

Ever since the ADA went into effect, employers have been warned that virtually any condition can now fit the definition of a disability. But the ADA laws have limits, as two recent court rulings illustrate. In Connelly v. WellStar Health System Inc., a former worker filed a discrimination, failure to accommodate and retaliation suit after the company fired her within a few weeks of returning from FMLA leave. Failed a drug test.

Three reasons why HR is not the office favorite

Effortless HR

The title ‘HR’ evokes different emotions in people across organizations. It would be inaccurate not to acknowledge that HR professionals are not exactly the favorite group for various reasons.

NLRB: 2 employer-friendly court rulings

HR Morning

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently issued two rulings that tighten up two controversial decisions issued during the Obama administration. .

How to Create a Positive Work Environment

Evil HR Lady

Most people come to work to, well, work. Employees don’t necessarily expect their jobs to be fun 24/7. But that doesn’t mean your workforce needs to do business under a depressing cartoon rain cloud. Here’s how to make working at your business a positive and productive experience, and why it’s worth doing so. Why Creating a Positive Work Environment Is Important. Most employees spend more time at the office than they do with their friends and family.

Humans and Bots: How to blend human skills and AI to build customer intimacy and drive growth

Join Genesys for this webinar to learn how leading companies are using blended AI to drive customer intimacy and revenue growth.

5 Must-Haves in an Employee Performance Improvement Plan

Quantum Workplace

Few aspects of a manager’s job are more uncomfortable than creating a performance improvement plan with an employee. It’s awkward for everyone – the employee likely feels embarrassed and hurt, while the manager has to deliver some hard truths.

Curing Meeting Madness: How Science Can Help


The inescapable meeting, a necessary yet painful reality of working in corporate America. We all have to sit through them and some of us even lead them. You may even be in one right now as you are reading this blog.

6 Ways HROs Can Improve Marketing and Sales Alignment in 2019


Like diet and exercise for our personal well-being, sales and marketing alignment can have dramatic health benefits for your business.

Future Friday: Common Ground

OmegaHR Solutions

Everyone wants their voice heard. We are now in a state of workplace being where we have five generations working together. The challenges for leadership, particularly HR leadership, is how to develop communication that reaches the maximum number of people.

5 Culture Trends for 2019

As we approach 2019, major shifts in the work environment will continue to affect the ways companies do business. Companies that are looking to attract, engage, and retain top talent should leverage these trends to create workplaces where employees thrive.

Automating Enterprise Risk Assessment and Tracking for a Streamlined GRC Experience

360 factors

Risk assessments are done generally by businesses that need to track risks because it is necessary for their business processes – such as traders and insurers. However, enterprise risk assessment is something that all businesses need to do.

Engaging External Workers:  What’s Your Self-Identity When You’re Not a “Real” Employee?


by Cassondra Batz-Barbarich, Steven Hunt, and Autumn Krauss, HCM Research, SAP SuccessFactors and Trent Burner, SHRM Research One of the first questions people often ask when meeting someone new is what the person does for a living.

I’m going to blow your mind with this Fair Credit Reporting Act bombshell

The Employer Handbook

Vincent Le Moign [ CC BY 4.0 ] I don’t blog much about the Fair Credit Reporting Act. For those of you who aren’t familiar with FCRA, I suggest that you call an employment lawyer. Like stop reading this blog post right now and call your employment lawyer! For the rest of you FCRA fans, I promised to blow your mind and, clickbait-be-damned, I’m going to break your strand of clutching pearls. But before, I do that. For you poseurs… Let’s dispense with some FCRA basics.

3 Personal Finance Lessons We Can Learn From Running A Small Business

New to HR

We tend to think of our personal and business lives as being distinct. For some, this is an easy separation to make, especially if you don’t run your own business. But personal finance is actually not all that different from.

Dice 2018 Recruitment Automation Report

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies are rapidly changing the way many recruit and hire talent. Read Dice's first-ever Recruitment Automation Report to discover how you can employ new, cutting-edge technologies to source and hire tech talent faster.