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Low Raise: How to Keep Morale High?

HR C-Suite

The economy is rocky, inflation is high, and budgets are strained. Yet, to retain talent -- leaders must distribute pay raises if anything to help combat inflation. It’s no secret that labor costs are the leading expense in financial reports.

HR Professional Development Goals and How to Set Them


Setting HR professional development goals helps you develop and improve your skills and advance your HR career. Let’s see how you can establish such goals and grow as an HR professional! Contents What are HR professional development goals?


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CEO attacked me in an all-staff email, I can’t give my employee satisfying answers, and more

Alison Green

This post, CEO attacked me in an all-staff email, I can’t give my employee satisfying answers, and more , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

Why Soft Skills Are More In Demand Than Ever

Forbes Leadership

Soft skills are more in demand than ever. Here's a look at why and how you can leverage them to future-proof your career. Careers /careers Leadership /leadership Careers /careers Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy leadership Careers

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How HR Can Create A Connected Talent Experience in the New World of Work

Speaker: Soula Courlas, Interim Chief People Officer, PwC & Sara Blanchard, Director & National Culture Lead, Workforce of the Future, PwC

Join PwC’s Interim Chief People Officer, along with their Director & National Culture Lead, to learn how they are connecting their hybrid workforce with innovative strategies and 10KC’s all-in-one platform. The event will be an opportunity for HR and people leaders to gain actionable talent experience strategies to engage and develop their workforces.

Why You Can’t Stop Procrastinating

Thrive Global

There are explainable reasons as to why you procrastinate at work. But how can you break the stressful cycle? Getty. Winners take time to relish their work, knowing that scaling the mountain is what makes the view from the top exhilarating.”—Denis Denis Waitley, motivational speaker and writer.

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6 Tell-Tale Signs Of “Quiet Quitting” At Work

Thrive Global

Before the pandemic, employee engagement and well-being were escalating globally, but in 2022 it leveled off, according Gallup.

Do You Even Know If Your Team Is “Quiet Quitting”?

Forbes Leadership

If you’re a leader today, it’s time to connect more deeply with those you manage. Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy Leadership /leadership Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy leadership


Thrive Global

HAVING LONG BEEN AN OPTIMIST that science or engineering solutions would reverse and solve our climate change crisis, I’m now beginning to think that it’s too late. We may still be able to slow it down a bit, but barring any last-minute breakthroughs is unlikely we will reverse climate change.

Ovidiu Colea: A Refugee From Communism Who America Welcomed

Forbes Leadership

Jailed for trying to escape communist Romania, Ovidiu Colea embraced America’s freedom and made replicas of the Statue of Liberty. Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy Leadership /leadership Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy Business /business leadership leadership

Connecting the Dots Between Your HR Systems Strategy and Strategic HR

Speaker: Stacey Harris - Chief Research Officer & Managing Partner, Sapient Insights Group

Join Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer for Sapient Insights Group, as she shares groundbreaking research on how organizations can move the needle by 2025, reaching critical business outcomes through a strategic approach to HR processes and system strategies.

A Tale of Three.

Everyday People

Dinner with Friends. This past week I was invited by some dear friends who all work in different facets of HR. It was a chance to network, share stories, laugh and get to know each other better over a great meal. I was tickled to be invited because I never take that for granted.

Inspirational candidate interview feedback examples


Interview feedback is integral to the recruitment process, but figuring out phrasing can get tricky. This article offers candidate interview feedback examples that HR professionals can use for inspiration. What is interview feedback?

Viewpoint: Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Exit Interviews

SHRM Resources

Exit interviews reate a perpetual feedback loop and help leaders dial into their company's current direction. Plus, they generate questions that recruiters can use in the hiring process to discern whether a candidate is a good fit. Communication Organizational Exit Interviewing

7 Tips To Sidestep Perfectionism

Thrive Global

“Go and make mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break the rules. Leave the world more interesting for you being here.”. Neil Gaiman, author. There’s one particular habit many workers bring to their quest for career success, and that one thing backfires because it goes against the grain of human nature: Perfectionism.

The HR Compliance Playbook: How to Improve Speed-to-Hire

Every global growth to-do list should begin with compliance. Navigating international jurisdictions can be complex and time-consuming, but with solid, up-to-date compliance procedures, companies can maximize efficiency, speed-to-hire, and mitigate risks.

How Adopting OKRs Helps Create Organization-Wide Alignment


As a business owner, you have a vision and have devised a mission to accomplish your objectives. You have hired the top performers from the talent pool. And you have outlined the expectations to your workforce. Yet, you are not achieving what you expected quarter after quarter.

7 Tips To Prevent Telepressure From Interfering With Your Life

Thrive Global

Do you answer your cell phone every time it rings? Or do you check email the minute it beeps? If so, you could be a click away from a workday ruled by telepressure —the compulsive need to quickly respond to emails, texts, news alerts, voicemails and other digital messages.

7 Steps to Managing a Disgruntled Employee

HR Digest

Managing a disgruntled employee is one of the most difficult things an employer can do. A disgruntled employee would often wreck the culture by sharing their common toxic traits with other employees.

The 10 Commandments To Reduce Work Stress And Prevent Burnout

Thrive Global

Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894. As the holiday approaches this year, American workers report stress and burnout at all-time highs.

Preserving Culture in the Digital Workspace: A Conversation with An Employee Relations Expert

Speaker: KristyAnne Thompson Boyd, Head of Employee Relations & People Operations and Member of the Forbes HR Council

Recently, scheduling 1:1 time for any HR process -- or even a quick check-in -- is bogged down in a back-and-forth scheduling. So how can we reform our processes and eliminate this feeling of missing an integral part of the employee experience?

Time to Call Workers Back to the Office? 4 Reasons You Should Think Twice

Linkedin Talent Blog

Malcolm Gladwell thinks remote work is bad for both employers and their employees. Where do you stand on the remote work debate?

9 Rules To Stay Calm, Cool, And Collected

Thrive Global

American workers—overwhelmed by work, lack of sleep, societal and economic issues, loss, recession worries and the uncertainty of what lies ahead—are reporting work stress at epidemic proportions. Here are nine rules you can follow to stay calm, cool and collected when you get stuck in work stress. The W-A-I-T rule. The acronym WAIT is a quick and easy shortcut, to short-circuit stressful reactions: W atch what’s going on within when you’re triggered.

Can We Quell Our Gen Z Grandchildren’s Fears About the Future?

Thrive Global

The angst was evident when I interviewed my five Gen Z grandchildren to find out what was on their minds. It’s no wonder?—?those