Sat.Sep 30, 2017 - Fri.Oct 06, 2017

Leadership Power: The 7 Types and How To Use Them

HR Bartender

Before you say, Who me? I don’t have any leadership power, hear me out. Dictionary.com defines power as “a person or thing that possesses or exercises authority or influence”. In essence, when we use leadership power, we’re utilizing our authority to get something. That means everyone has power.

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Resourceful Ways Workplace Diversity and Inclusion are Important to Your Success

ClearCompany HRM

Today’s workplace is more diverse than ever before. Racial minorities now make up a little over a third of the workforce , a big jump from even just a decade ago. Not surprisingly, this jump is having an impact on the workplace environment, and in a good way. Diversity diversity hiring

5 Ways to Reduce Stress in Your Workplace

CultureIQ

Tips for Managing Workplace Stress. While each work environment is different, organizations and their employees invariably benefit from stress management resources.

The Ultimate HR Tech 2017 Preview

Ultimate Software

The 20th Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition (HR Tech 2017) is just days away, and Ultimate Software will be joining the thousands of HR professionals, tech innovators, and industry experts convening in Las Vegas to explore the latest advancements in HCM and preview what’s to come.

Live Webinar: Competing in a Candidate Driven Market – How to Recruit in 2018

With unemployment at an 18-year low, recruiters are now faced with a unique challenge that they haven't had to face in some time. The market is hot and the best candidates are often receiving more than one offer. In an environment where candidates are "ghosting" interviews and even offers, how do you compete? Join us on September 27th, 2018 for a live webinar with Scott Conklin, VP of Human Resources at Paycor and learn what candidates really care about and how to get the offer signed.

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What Happens When Organizations Love To Get Complaints?

Get Hppy

Most organizations look at complaining customers as a necessary evil and part of the job that needs to be done, but it is not looked upon with a great deal of delight. They hate complaints with a passion! Also read: This Is What Happens When People “Talk” The Customer.

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Why Now Might be a Good Time to Consider a High-Deductible Health Plan

TriNet

With healthcare reform currently in flux, many business owners may find themselves trying to grapple with the best way to continue providing their employees with competitive benefits. While TriNet can help individual businesses design a benefits strategy that works for their industry, location and size, now may also be a good time for businesses across the country to take a closer look at high-deductible health plans (HDHPs). Business

How to Decide Which HR Certification Exam to Take – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

Today’s reader note touches on the two most difficult decisions that human resources professionals consider in their development. First, should I seek professional certification. And second, which one? For the past five years, I’ve been working for a company doing HR.

3 Challenges Facing L&D Experts—And How to Overcome Them

Cornerstone On Demand

You've probably heard the (unfortunate) stat: The average employee only spends 1 percent of their work week on training and development, and it's rare for existing solutions to meet learning needs during that short timeframe. It's clear that a change is needed—traditional learning methodologies tend to be burdened by information overload, content that doesn't quite meet context and the idea that one size can fit all.

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There’s Not a Skills Gap in the U.S… or Is There?

Your search for the perfect candidate has resulted in zero perfectly skilled applicants. What’s going on? Enter…the skills gap. This report, ‘The Employment Skills Gap and What To Do About It’, breaks down the issue with solutions you can apply now.

Candidates Who Try To Cheat the Behavioral Interview Are Actually Doing You a Favor.

The HR Capitalist

A week or two back I penned a post wondering out loud if the Behavioral Interview was dead. Of course, I don't think it is, and a big part of my thought process is that it remains a tool that we just haven't spent enough time training on. . So it's easy to say that it doesn't work.

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Supporting #LasVegas and Other Happenings at #HRTechConf

Globoforce

As thousands of HR professionals fly to Las Vegas next week for the 20 th annual HR Technology Conference and Exposition , I think we can all agree that the victims of the horrific tragedy in Las Vegas this past Sunday are occupying all of our collective thoughts.

Working Faster Is Not Always Smart – Friday Distraction

HR Bartender

I’m always looking for ways to work smart and be more productive. I try to develop my own personal tips (some people might call them “hacks”) to help. For example, years ago, I worked with someone who kept their papers organized in Pendaflex accordion folders.

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HR Tech Preview: Humans and Trends of HR to Follow for 2018

Reflektive

Before you know it the holiday season will be all around us, next year’s plans will be socialized, and the Times Square ball drop will be a fond memory. Now is the time to connect the dots between HR strategy and employee success for your 2018 goals.

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Live Webinar: Train Like a Boss – Close the Skills Gap and Boost Employee Retention

Recruiting quality employees is no easy task. With unemployment at an all-time low, it's now more crucial than ever to engage and retain the employees you've hired. A demonstrated investment in employee development can set you apart and help attract more quality candidates. According to a recent report from Linkedin, over a fourth of HR professionals expect to be increasing their budgets in learning and development. Join us on 8/30 for a live webinar with Greg Goold, Director of Learning and Development at Paycor.

Looking Forward to the 2017 HR Technology Conference

Lighthouse

Next week brings another great HR Technology Conference to Las Vegas, and I’m excited for the week’s events. Check out my calendar below to see who I’m connecting with, what kinds of topics I’ll be sharing about, and more.

The Power of Storytelling: Q&A with Professor Julia Lee

Globoforce

What kinds of stories are being told in your organization? Do these stories lift people up or criticize and belittle? How can storytelling be used to help teams perform better and even reduce employee stress?

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4th in a 5-Part Series – Control is Critical

What is Paul Thinking

As I make the transition to the new site I will be publishing updates here that link to the new site and once again urge you to subscribe to updates from the new site. I hope you do subscribe and hope this isn’t too much of a pain for you.

What Aspects of Company Culture Lead To Increased Employee Engagement?

Get Hppy

A recent study by Gallup uncovered that 51% of the U.S. workforce is disengaged – meaning more than half of employees aren’t emotionally committed to their organization and its goals.

Just Released – Our 2018 Third-Party Recruiting Benchmark Report

BountyJobs curates the most impactful data in their marketplace: trends in salaries and fees across key verticals, emerging industry game changers, and other valuable analytics sure to influence your hiring strategy for the back half of the year. Download it!

Three ways HR technology can help build a motivated workforce

PeopleStrategy

Companies make the decision to implement HR technology for a number of reasons; for example, to reduce paperwork and to streamline existing administrative processes that are too time-consuming and manual. But the overall goal is nearly always to improve business outcomes.

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CONCERN: EAP

From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library These days, many of us either live in cities or commute to them for work. City life offers many positives like convenience, variety, and community.

HR Gives Back: Help Me Raise Money for Parkinson’s Research

UpstartHR

Be sure to read all the way to the end. I’m giving away free stuff to those that help! The first person I ever met with Parkinson’s disease was Mollie. She is an incredibly sharp analyst and friend, and she taught me some great lessons in my days transitioning from practitioner to analyst. She is a proud supporter of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s research and this year has asked me to help as a supporter of her campaign.

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[Infographic] Keep Your Employees Healthy and Productive with Food Perks

Get Hppy

We’ve all worked in offices with unhappy people. The reasons why they are unhappy—their careers, their home life, their deadlines—of course are as varied as the people themselves.

Newton’s Guide to OFCCP Compliance

For federal contractors, keeping up with OFCCP regulations can be a major challenge when recruiting and hiring. Download our guide to OFCCP compliance and learn the major regulations that you must adhere to.

3 Ways to Spur Innovation at Your Company

Cornerstone On Demand

Innovation isn't easy—it requires dedicated time, support from company leaders and often a cost investment—but it can lead to big payoffs. In fact, companies that use collaborative innovation models like design thinking are twice as likely as their peers to see a growth rate of 15 percent or more over the next five years, according to a recent PwC study.

The Real Job of Leadership

ATD Human Capital

In today's world of rapid advancements in technology, some of the basic truths of business effectiveness and sustainability seem to have been forgotten as we embrace the belief that technology will solve everything.

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Training that Works Checklist

Don Phin

“Learning is not compulsory… neither is survival.” ― W. Edwards Deming We are in a knowledge economy. Training and building a learning culture is compulsory for survival. Use this checklist to make sure you consider all the training variables. Please add to the checklist anything overlooked. Remember, your training goals should be Specific Measurable Achievable. Read More. The post Training that Works Checklist appeared first on HRSherpas.

Non-Monetary Ideas for Employee Recognition

DATIS

With the end of the year approaching, it is no surprise that employees in the Health and Human Services industry have a lot on their plate. Additional monetary bonuses and benefits may not be on the table to keep motivation at an all-time-high, so what exactly can your organization do to keep the company culture intact and employees engaged?

Compensation Dictionary

We’ve compiled a list of fundamental compensation terms and why they’re important to know. Think of this as your comp cheat sheet—terms you need to know to put you on the fast track to becoming that cool comp kid we know you can be. Sure, you’ve heard some of the terms before, but you have no idea what they mean. Not to worry! Download this eBook and you’ll be ‘comp’letely fluent in no time. This ebook contains four sections: Section 1: Comp 101. Section 2: Market Pricing. Section 3: Pay Structures. Section 4: Pay Concerns and Pay Raises.

ICYMI: There's a Hidden Talent Pool of Immigrants and Refugees in America

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 September's top stories! What Should Your PTO Policy Look Like? While there isn't a perfect solution for all businesses, there are some guidelines to create the best PTO policy for your business.

Making the Move from Independent Contributor to Manager

Everwise

Transitioning from an individual contributor role to a managerial one can feel like a big leap. You’re moving from working on specialized projects that rely on your expertise to guiding processes forward and leading teams. As a result, the transition is often a difficult one to make.

Going to HR Tech? We Want to See You There

HighGround

We’re getting ready for HR Technology Conference & Exposition next week Tuesday through Thursday at the Venetian in Las Vegas. In advance of this year’s event, we wanted to give a preview of what you can expect. Yes, the HR Tech puppies are back.) Here’s the what, the where and when you can do next week. Can’t Miss Breakout Session – How to Manage a Geographically, Generationally and Culturally Diverse Workforce With HR Tech. Where : Delfino, 4102.