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Employee Engagement is Viral

Decision-Wise

Employee Engagement is viral, and new research shows that the manager may be “ground zero.”. Managers are the sergeants of the organization. You, as a manager, have a powerful effect on how engaged your organization will ultimately be. You are on the front lines of a company’s culture.

The First Step to Great Leadership is Self-Awareness

TLNT: The Business of HR

“While I was waiting for my interview in a reception area, a pizza delivery man, a young guy dressed in a T-shirt and jeans, carried in a heavy pack of pizza boxes and water bottles. He struggled with the door. I jumped up, but before I could help him, a receptionist let him through.

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Get Out the Vote: Ways to Motivate Employees to Make it to the Polls

Justworks

When people think of voting, they often think of the presidential election. However, midterms and local elections happen more frequently, and these races are often just as important. In 2016, 61.4% of voting-age Americans reported voting — not much of a change from the 61.8%

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Why Your Direct Reports Wish You Were Better at 1-on-1s

Reflektive

The 1-on-1 meeting, an often under appreciated, under-utilized performance management tool. While some managers consider it an unnecessary use of time or an informal performance review, the 1-on-1 is so much more. It’s a manager’s best opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of individuals and team dynamics, build relationships with their direct reports, and focus development and goal-setting efforts. SEE ALSO: The Ultimate Guide to One-on-Ones.

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The Ultimate Hiring Toolkit

Hiring is hard enough. Without the right HR templates and tools, keeping track of and managing the whole process can get out of hand quickly. Get the essential toolkit for all your recruiting and hiring needs, from job requisition to hire. 8 templates, tools and worksheets for every stage of recruiting.

Everything #HR Needs to Know About Prescriptive Analytics

HR Bartender

We’ve discussed several aspects of technology in this HR technology series. Today I wanted to share a concept that we should be a bit more focused on: prescriptive analytics. Technology now allows us to do more than just process information, it helps us make decisions.

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Dear ReWorker: Our HR Manager Appeases Bullies—What Can I Do?

Cornerstone On Demand

Dear ReWorker, Recently, my colleague and I carefully documented and reported acts of long-term bullying by two of our coworkers. Soon afterward, HR summoned the entire department for a mandatory meeting where our boss's manager and the top HR manager yelled and reprimanded us.

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The Missing Part of Your Employee Learning and Development Strategy: Strengths Discovery

15Five

Welcome back to Talk Nerdy To Me , 15Five’s academic blog series where we get nerdy, talk to the world’s best thinkers, and break down the latest academic research that you can apply to your workplace.

Understanding the Limits of Convenience – Friday Distraction

HR Bartender

Regular readers of this blog know I’m a planner. I plan everything. I think I’d even plan spontaneity. That’s why I couldn’t help but laugh at this Time Well Spent from our friends at Kronos.

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Paradigm for Parity® Coalition’s 5 Actionable Steps to Gender Equity

Visier

When I think about women’s leadership, several big words come to mind–empowerment, leadership, parity–but I keep coming back to smaller words. In fact, it’s a string of two-letter words that, together, make a BIG impact: If it is to be, it is up to me. These words have propelled me forward at every stage in my career. My passion for advancing women in leadership was ignited by personal experiences within the financial services industry.

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.

How One Company Increased Employee Engagement in Learning by 272 Percent

Cornerstone On Demand

Challenges with employee engagement and employee turnover are familiar to most companies at different points in their growth. In 2016, Prometheus Real Estate Group found themselves in that very position.

Keep On Communicating Benefits

eni

Offering top-notch benefits may attract competitive talent, but how much do your employees actually know about those benefits? Competitive Total Rewards Programs come with a lofty price tag that directly impacts every organization’s bottom line.

Should We Be Asking for Pay History Data on Job Applications?

UpstartHR

In many states, it’s still legal to ask about candidate pay history. While some states have outlawed this practice, I still get questions like the one below fairly regularly: I have a question for you that I thought you would be uniquely able to provide advice for.

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Stop Candidate Ghosting

Engage2Excel

Have you ever set up an interview with a promising candidate who never showed up? Has a potential new hire quit responding to your emails and phone calls? This behavior is known as ghosting and it’s happening more frequently as the job market strengthens. In August, 3.6

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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.

ICYMI: Culture Can Help Companies Handle Change Gracefully

Cornerstone On Demand

Editor's Note: In today's fast-paced news cycle, we know it's difficult to keep up with the latest and greatest HR trends and stories. To make sure you're updated, we're recapping our most popular articles every month in our " In Case You Missed It " series. Keep reading for October's top stories.

The #AI Enabled Future of Work Requires Essential Human Skills

Lighthouse

In my upcoming book on Artificial Intelligence for HR , the final chapter is dedicated to the future human skills of the workplace.

Employing Individuals with Disabilities May Solve Your Talent Crisis

Entrepreneur

Employment rates won't change until companies begin to shift attitudes and awareness about people with disabilities. Hiring

Is your business ready for Gen Z employees?

PeopleStrategy

Young professionals are taking over today’s workforce. According to data from the Pew Research Center, Millennials make up more than one-third of American workers today. But Millennials are old news. Are you ready for the next generation of professionals?

Discover 4 Use Cases for Applying AI to Your Recruiting Processes

Recruitment AI technology uncovers the most qualified candidates. This technology automates recruiting routines and facilitates natural conversations, resulting in higher productivity and a better candidate experience. Download the eBook to learn more!

Finding the Best Discovery-Driven Candidate for the Job

Cornerstone On Demand

The discovery-driven approach to a career yields a resume that is unconventional and might be overlooked by HR personnel accustomed to looking for specific, albeit limited, markers of accomplishment and capacity, such as years of higher education or experience in consistent roles.

AI Comes To Recruiting: Will Interviews Go The Way Of The Dinosaur?

Josh Bersin

One of the most important things companies do is hire people, and it’s still a bit of a black art. Most companies look at candidates job history, they call references, they give them tests, and they bring them in for interviews. And despite all this effort, HR leaders tell me they still make mistakes as. Read more» The post AI Comes To Recruiting: Will Interviews Go The Way Of The Dinosaur? appeared first on JOSH BERSIN. AI Sourcing and Recruiting Talent Analytics

Millennials Are Old News: What Does Generation Z Want From Work?

Entrepreneur

Pay attention to how young employees respond to the professional world to make sure they have the resources they need to succeed. Generation Z

Introducing Our Performance Management Benchmark Report

Reflektive

We’ve heard it said that the performance appraisal is a common enemy. Employees, managers, and HR leaders alike wish it dead and gone. The origin of the annual review goes back more than 100 years, with the concept being popularized in the 1950s. Think of how much the world has changed. Facebook first launched 14 years ago, followed by Twitter two years later and Instagram in 2010.

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.

Cartoon Coffee Break | HR Complaints

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. Where should employees turn when they have a complaint against HR?

We’re Only Human 43: IBM Leaders Share How Algorithms and Bias Affect Us

UpstartHR

Recently Amazon announced it had shut down a talent-finding algorithm built by its internal team. Because it was perpetuating bias against women at the tech giant, which is unacceptable in today’s work environment. . With so many bots, algorithms and other tools being used to automate our work and personal lives, it’s important to think about how this affects each of us. Is there bias in the algorithms that drive our decisions? If so, how do we mitigate that? .

Giving Workers Time Off to Vote Is Good Business

TLNT: The Business of HR

If civic responsibility isn’t reason enough for you to give employees time off to vote Tuesday, try these two: HR News Legal - Compliance & Policies Featured

4 Tips to Help Managers Prepare for Performance Reviews

Reflektive

Managers spend an average of 15 hours of personal time outside the office preparing for annual reviews, according to a survey of 500 executives, conducted by Wakefield Research. When sufficient prep time can’t be found, many executives won’t hesitate to delay a review. This is unfair to employees, who deserve a timely opportunity to receive feedback, discuss goals, and establish a plan for career development. In that spirit, here are four tips to help managers prepare for employee reviews.

HR Service Delivery software for the non-traditional workforce

The rise of the gig economy means HR must support a variety of worker types. This eBook explains how HR can easily serve the non-traditional workforce, including those in manufacturing and retail who work away from a desk or outside traditional office hours.