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Maximizing the Effectiveness of 4 Common 360-Degree Feedback Strategies

DecisionWise

Most people recognize 360-degree feedback as a tool for individual development. While it is possible to run a 360 purely for individual development–this is the classic purpose behind most 360s–it is also common for there to be additional organizational objectives behind the assessment. There is nothing wrong with understanding and tapping into the full power of the 360-degree feedback process; however, organizations fail to be clear about their purpose , which leads to anxiety and di

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What do you value most? Time or Money?

The Tim Sackett Project

If I work less, you will pay less. True? I’m assuming your answer to the question, what do you value most, time, or money? Your answer was time. Given enough time I can make more money. No matter how much money I have, I can’t necessarily buy more time. So, if I do my work faster for you, that should have a higher value, right? You see, it doesn’t work both ways.

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Why More Organizations Are Giving Employees Time Off to Vote (i4cp login required)

i4cp

Will your organization offer U.S.-based employees time off so that they can cast a ballot at their local polling place on Election Day (November 3, 2020)? How about paid time off for voting? Or offering employees paid time off to be poll workers? i4cp members Ecolab, Abbott, Danone North America, and others are among over 1,000 employers (and counting) that have publicly pledged to promote voter turnout by giving employees the time and tools they need to exercise their right to vote in next mont

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4 Change Management Strategies for Managing HR Digital Transformation

HR Bartender

There’s lots of talk about digital transformation but do we really know what it means? And everything that’s involved? One of the best definitions I’ve heard was at last year’s KronosWorks conference. John Frehse, senior managing director at Ankura Consulting Group LLC, described digital transformation with the line, “Data is out. Answers are in.” His point was that digital transformation is about organizations getting answers through the strategic use of technology.

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Breaking the Burnout Cycle: Empowering Managers for Excellence

Speaker: Adri Glover - Head of People, and Mollie Hinz - Sr. People Partner

In the fast-paced world of work, burnout has emerged as a critical issue. Alarming statistics reveal two in five U.S. workers experience feeling burned out. However, the situation is even more dire among managers, with nearly half reporting burnout, often hidden behind their responsibilities and the desire to uplift their teams. Recognizing the severity of this problem is crucial.

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5 Employee Burnout Signs To Look Out For

Achievers

Does the term “employee burnout” sound vague to you? The World Health Organization (WHO) considers it so serious that they added it to their Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) in 2019. While WHO clarified that it is not technically a medical condition, employee burnout signs appear often enough in practitioners’ offices that the problem has been given its own unique medical code.

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HR Head turns “Delivery Boy”

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

Who doesn’t like gifts? And who doesn’t like surprises? Especially in a lockdown, a gift is the last thing someone would expect that too, wrapped with love and affection. Here is a love story from ECGroup, and on how it delivered happiness to its employees during this still world.

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5 Components for Successful Organizational Analytics

HR Bartender

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to attend the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) People Analytics Conference. During one of the sessions, speaker Jack Phillips shared five components for successful organizational analytics, and I wanted to share those with you. I really liked this model because I felt like it was something the entire organization could support.

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13 HR Trends: The New Workplace

Achievers

“Trend” usually implies that the popularity of something is fleeting, but that’s not the case with the HR trends in the workplace today. Paying attention to new technologies, strategies, and approaches isn’t just a PR ploy. Employee-centric companies are here to stay, and employee-focused trends will continue to grow as younger employees enter the workforce.

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B2B Customer Experience Best Practices

Qualtrics HR

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From Awareness to Action: An HR Guide to Making Accessibility Accessible

Speaker: Danielle Johnson - Director of HR, Compliance & DEI in AI tech at Impact Observatory

Making accessibility accessible for organizations of all sizes may seem complex, but it doesn’t have to be. Prepare to broaden your understanding of Disability, Cultural Competency, and Inclusion with this insightful webinar. We’ll explore disability as a vibrant culture, understand the nuances of reasonable accommodations under the ADA, and navigate the complexities of undue hardship while challenging the status quo of accessibility practices.

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6 Keys to Employee Engagement for Remote Workers

HR Partner

With employees now working from home, a key focus for HR is how to create employee engagement for remote workers. These 6 practical tips will help.

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Continuous Performance Management is the future

Human Resources Today Submitted Articles

What is Continuous Performance Management and what makes it such an effective evaluative tool? Learn how you can implement it in your organization.

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Onboarding: how to convey your company culture to new starters working remotely

HR Zone

Acquisition How to showcase your culture to new remote workers.

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my company is issuing new work-from-home standards because we should have the hang of it by now

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m in a senior position at a mid-sized company that has been working from home since March, and would love your thoughts on something that was communicated to us in a leadership meeting this week. The C-level has decided to create new work-from-home standards that employees are expected to comply with, including a strict dress code for video calls, making sure that our backgrounds are neat and tidy while on camera, and a mandate to “eliminate distractions” (i.

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A Seat At The Table: HR's Vital Role In Modern Businesses

HR leaders play a pivotal role in shaping the success of modern businesses. But to truly become a vital, thriving part of the business, the most successful HR departments adopt the strategic mindset and approach of “future-ready” companies. This guide will explore four strategic tactics for your people strategy to help secure HR’s place as a critical part of the business.

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The Age-Inclusive Benefits Your Employees Need During the Pandemic

TalentCulture

This is the perfect time to re-evaluate what we offer to employees and why, including age-inclusive benefits and eldercare. Few events have affected the fabric of our daily lives on […]. The post The Age-Inclusive Benefits Your Employees Need During the Pandemic appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Are You Required to Give Employees Time Off to Vote?

Patriot Software

As a small business owner, you may offer types of paid or unpaid time off to employees. But when election day rolls around, do you give employees time off to vote? Read on to learn about offering time off to vote, voting leave laws by state, and whether you can refuse voting leave. Giving employees […] READ MORE.

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Supporting working parents and carers through tougher Covid-19 restrictions

HR Zone

Culture Children in our working lives – it’s not over yet!

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How to Conduct a Training Needs Analysis: A Template & Example

Analytics in HR

Being able to conduct a training needs analysis is a key tool for any L&D professional. In this article, we will explain what a training needs analysis is, provide a template for conducting this analysis, and give a training needs analysis example. This guide will be useful for L&D professionals, trainers, and consultants alike. Contents What is a training needs analysis?

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Get a Look Inside The Ultimate Recruiter Planning Kit

As recruiting teams work harder than ever to find, hire, and onboard qualified candidates in this highly competitive market, it’s essential to find ways to optimize your recruiting function. The Ultimate Recruiter Planning Kit includes eight worksheets filled with labor market insights, actionable recruiting strategies, and worksheets to plan your strategy for hiring top talent.

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5 tips for making smart, ethical HR tech decisions

HRExecutive

Health, safety and ethics are the new trifecta of HR’s mandate, says HR thought leader John Sumser. But, unlike many other aspects of the HR role—in which leaders are encouraged to take quick and decisive action—these are issues that can’t be rushed. As workplaces around the world are in varying stages of reopening, and many are turning to long-term remote work, safety should remain a top priority, says Sumser, founder and principal analyst of HRExaminer.com.

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10 STRATEGY QUESTIONS SMART LEADERS ASK THEMSELVES EVERY DAY

Root

Strategy without execution is meaningless. Execution without engagement is impossible. Jim Haudan. Sounds pretty profound, doesn’t it? When you read the words, and look closely at their meaning, they’re so true. Think about it… if you have a strategy and you don’t execute on it, who cares that you even had a strategy to begin with? And if you try to execute but your people are not on board, do you even have a hope of making anything happen?

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How employee feedback can shape work in the Covid-19 era

HR Zone

Employees Employee feedback in the Covid-19 era.

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People Management: A Full Guide Including 10 Top Skills

Digital HR Tech

Human Resources should be the experts on the people side of the business – the people management. But, managing people isn’t something that’s limited to the HR department only. In today’s article, we zoom in on people management; we give a definition, look at the so-called 5 c’s, and we list ten of the most important people management skills for 2021 and beyond.

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2024 Payroll Calendar Templates

These calendars provide pay period dates and paydays for biweekly, semi-monthly, and monthly payroll in 2024. Use them as a reminder or share with employees so they can celebrate payday.

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[#WorkTrends] Strategic Learning: How to Upskill, Reskill and Retrain

TalentCulture

How do you define strategic learning? How does your organization upskill, reskill, and retrain employees? Did you know? Only 57% of the 350 HR pros we surveyed report they use […]. The post [#WorkTrends] Strategic Learning: How to Upskill, Reskill and Retrain appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Removing Employment Barriers for Immigrant Workers

SHRM Resources

Immigrants with permanent residence status can face difficulties achieving full employment in the U.S., often due to employers not trusting foreign degree programs.

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Company culture: is your organisation a BFF or a frenemy?

HR Zone

Culture Company culture: BFF or frenemy?

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my boss tells weird lies about all of us

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: My boss, Valerie, makes up little lies about people who report to her. She never lies about anything work-related and while those of us who report to her all know she is a fibber about things, our clients and other people have no idea. Valerie would have no reason to lie about these things, so clients and others have no reason not to take her at face value.

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The 4 Dysfunctions of Recruiting & How You Can Successfully Overcome Them

Speaker: Trent Cotton, VP of Talent and Culture at Hatchworks

Are you tired of falling into the same recruiting rut, facing the same obstacles over and over with mediocre results? Recruiting in this market is definitely challenging, but your recruitment process doesn’t have to be. Join Trent Cotton in this exclusive webinar to learn how to overcome the four dysfunctions of recruiting with Sprint Recruiting. Sprint Recruiting opens up a new world for recruiters by applying the AGILE methodology to the recruitment process!

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Exactly When, Where, and How to List Certifications on Your Resume (Because You’ve Earned Them)

The Muse

Everything you need to know about listing certifications on your resume, including what they are, when and how to include them, and where they go.

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Reasons Why We Should Take Care Of Our Mental Health

Take It Personel-ly

In the wake of the COVID-19 global pandemic and other current events, health has become everyone’s top priority. Aside from the threats to your physical health, the “new normal” can also take its toll on your mental health. Fear and anxiety can develop or worsen when worrying about avoiding infections when in public and ensuring […].

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Four ways to shape a future of work that's right for your people

HR Zone

Strategy Four ways to shape your future of work.

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