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What Is the Best Time to Schedule a Job Interview – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

We’ve talked a lot here about the do’s and don’ts of job search including LinkedIn profile tips, resume resources, and following-up after a job interview. This question is a new one: Hi Sharlyn. Do you know if there is any advantage to order or time of day when interviewing?

7 HR Best Practices | Key Takeaways

ClearCompany HRM

The goals of the HR team are many, but one overarching and never-ending goal of the department is to promote the engagement and performance of employees. It’s a lot of responsibility with a myriad of ways to reach desired results.

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If the Characters in ‘Stranger Things’ Got Performance Reviews

Reflektive

One question we get often is how to set up your first performance review. Some companies start out with an online template, but these types of cookie-cutter reviews aren’t often beneficial to employees or valuable to human resources.

10 Elements of an Effective Onboarding Program

EmployeeConnect

Selecting the right candidate for the job is nothing without a proper onboarding program. We know well that the success of any recruitment strategy depends on a rigorous selection process. But it doesn’t stop there.

Everything #HR Needs to Know About HCM

HR Bartender

It’s been a while since I’ve published one of these posts. As a quick reminder, I’ve been working on a series about HR technology: the common terms and concepts that HR pros need to know. It’s amazing the things I’ve learned. I hope you feel the same.

40+ Data-Driven Metrics for HR to Track [Printable]

ClearCompany HRM

Within any given day, you are probably confronted with a myriad of business decisions, and even more data culled to help you make the right choice. With new software options and data collection methods at an all time high, compiling and analyzing big data is incredibly simple. Performance Managemen

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U.S. Women’s Water Polo Team Earns Gold in Emotional #UltimateTeamMoment

Ultimate Software

The U.S. women’s water polo team earned its second straight gold medal after defeating Italy 12-5 in Rio. But it’s what the players did after their victory that’s truly inspirational.

Who Should #HR Report To?

HR Bartender

In my career as an HR professional, I’ve had the privilege of reporting to both the chief executive officer (CEO) and chief finance officer (CFO), in addition to the executive vice president of human resources.

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Active Listening as Organization: Taking the Employee Voice to Heart

CultureIQ

We often talk about the importance of listening to your employees. However, for something we’ve been taught since kindergarten, listening is a skill that requires quite a bit of practice and intention.

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Why People Leave Their Jobs (and How Their Reasons Should Shape Your Organization’s Talent Strategy)

Something Different

<www.teambonding.com> Happy Monday all. . .

VIDEO: Employee Satisfaction and Engagement. What’s the Difference? - DecisionWise

DecisionWise

Employee Satisfaction vs. Employee Engagement. What are the differences between employee satisfaction and employee engagement ? Employee satisfaction is the extent to which the employment contract is fulfilled. Employees feel satisfied when basic hygiene factors are met.

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Recipes for #HR Success: Communication and Business Acumen

HR Bartender

(Editor’s Note: This series is brought to you by our friends at Capella University. Capella is an accredited online university dedicated to providing an exceptional, professionally-aligned education that puts you in the best position to succeed in your field. Enjoy the post!).

A Day in the Life of a Futurist

Cornerstone On Demand

If you could predict what would happen 50 years down the road, how would that shape strategy, change innovation or define creative approaches at your company

Thoughts on the Sort of Talent Discussions That Drive Employee Engagement

Something Different

…Okay, so an article published about a year ago by Ben Whitter titled “ Bye, Bye, Human Resources ” has been making the rounds on social media.

7 Ways to Make the Shift From HR Pro to HR Leader

EmployeeConnect

While many CEOs think about their business as ‘People First’, a lot of HR professionals are still looking for their place at the executives’ table. Talking ‘human capital’ and ‘performance’ has become fashionable in the hope of creating the perfect employer formula that will make their organisation stand out. However, only few are those business leaders who integrate the factor HR in their decision-making process. Their excuse?

Measuring the ROI of HR Programs is Critical: Here’s How Patagonia Does It

UpstartHR

When I am teaching a class to prepare students for the PHR/SPHR exams, one of the things I repeatedly highlight is the need to tie HR practices back to business objectives.

Why You're Asking the Wrong Questions About Top Talent

Cornerstone On Demand

In Silicon Valley there has been a lot of talk recently about “10X-ers" or people who generate ten times the output for time spent. These people are like gold in the tech sector. However, most C-suite executives in more traditional industries remain locked in a 20th century mindset when it comes to evaluating talent, says Todd Warner, the founder of Like Minds Advisory, who recently published a piece in Harvard Business Review titled 3 Reasons Why Talent Management Isn't Working Anymore

How Relationship Management Impacts Strategy Execution

Something Different

<www.expersoft.com> I recently stumbled across an oldish (late 2015) but excellent executive summary of a Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS) sponsored event examining the changing role of the HRBP.

How to Turn Pay Secrecy Obstacles Into Pay Transparency Opportunities

ExactHire HR Trends

I’ve been thinking about the impact of snap decisions a lot lately. Having just finished the book Blink by Malcolm Gladwell, I have a new interest in the role of the subconscious on action and performance.

Recognition is Key to Successful Socialization

RecognizeThis!

By Derek Irvine. Recognize This! Social recognition can help new employees rapidly feel more connected, engaged, and aligned. The transition to a new job, either at a new organization or just a new department, can be a stressful time.

Why HR Analytics Needs the Art of Storytelling

Cornerstone On Demand

Human resources is no longer the "fluffy" side of business. Companies are getting back in touch with the art as well as the science of HR, using analytics for data-driven insights that create real business change. Analytics can provide evidence to support decisions that were once based on instinct and experience, but when it comes to utilizing data for HR purposes, there's a lot more to it than just numbers. It also requires a great story

How Cultural Norms Around Work and Family Life are Impacting the Gender Pay Gap

Something Different

Happy Tuesday all. …So I recently read a great article by Ben Casselman at FiveThirtyEight here that talks about why women are no longer making material progress towards narrowing the pay gap between men and women.

How Workforce Analytics Helps Prevent Another Bad Hire

Visier

This post is part of our Data-Driven Recruitment Strategies series. You can read the first post here. Bad” and “hire” are two words recruiters never want to hear said together. Not only can it undermine trust in the recruitment process, but it’s also a very costly problem.

Pokemon Go And the Art Of The Employee Perk

Hoops

There is a direct (and hopefully positive) correlation between your recruiting and retention efforts. Specifcally, the time, money, and effort spent landing the best talent for open positions is a complete waste without a commensurate effort to keep them engaged.

Cartoon Coffee Break: Vacation Guidelines

Cornerstone On Demand

Editor's Note: This post is part of our " Cartoon Coffee Break " series. While we take talent management seriously, we also know it's important to have a good laugh. Check back every two weeks for a new ReWork cartoon

Celebrate Your Employees: Employee Recognition At Its Best

Get Hppy

Most of us can probably agree that we like to feel appreciated. We feel good when friends, family members, significant others, employers, or even strangers recognize our accomplishments. Research shows that it can be better to express gratitude than to receive recognition.

How to Initiate 1x1s With Your Manager

Reflektive

For some managers, conducting regular one-on-ones with direct reports is second-nature. Employees who have a manager like this are lucky. In my first job out of college, this wasn’t the case. As a naïve 22-year-old, I was simply thrilled by the fact that I was finally earning a living.

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WEBINAR: Feel Good Moments + Win a Pass to WorkHuman 2017

WorkHuman

In preparation for our webinar with John Baldino this week, we’ve been exploring this idea of “feel good” moments at work. What is a feel good moment? What is its business impact? How can we capture and amplify those stories across the organization?

Fitting In: How Important is Cultural Fit?

Cornerstone On Demand

Earlier this year, Sally Fields starred in a movie called Hello, My Name is Doris as a wacky 60-something clerk working in a hip company run by millennials. Leaving aside the film's focus on Doris's unrequited crush on a younger colleague, the film provided ample evidence of the disconnect when baby boomers work among younger (read: more hip) employees

On Walmart's Commitment To Creating 1 Million Jobs by 2023

The HR Capitalist

If you watched a lot of the Olympics (and didn’t fast-forward through the commercials), you probably saw an ad for Walmart that blasted Aerosmith’s “Dream On” over video of American factory workers. It was part of the retail giant’s 10-year commitment to buy $250 billion in American-made goods.

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These Social Media Tips Will Make You Rethink Recruiting

Entrepreneur

The four biggest social media outlets provide unique features that can be used to grab the attention of job seekers. Recruiting

5 Warning Signs That The Job Is Not The Right Fit

Get Hppy

A job interview is a two-way street of assessing whether this could be a healthy and sustainable relationship for both sides. Of course you should be as professional and amicable as possible during the interview process, but be sure the job you’re vying for lives up to your own standards.

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The Cloak of Silence: Why Your Employees Won’t Communicate

The Aristocracy of HR

010021000010 There are all of these articles about communication and engagement. I have contributed my thoughts in some of them. They are all useful in some regard if you want to get to the bottom of your engagement and communication issues. Except, we would have to include the one nuisance variable that most leaders and […].

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Want to Be a Great People Manager? Don't Watch The Ball.

The HR Capitalist

I've got a simple post today. It starts with sports and rapidly moves off that. Hang in there. You know what separates good and great coaches in team sports from average ones? They don't watch the ball.