Sat.Mar 25, 2017 - Fri.Mar 31, 2017

The Top 10 Strategic HR and TA Metrics That CEOs Want to See

Visier

Unfortunately, most of those who create metrics in HR and recruiting don’t really understand the strategic mindset of CEOs. And, as a result, the metrics that are reported to CEOs and the executive committee result in no positive action being taken.

Remote Team Leaders Can Still Shape A Strong Company Culture

15Five

In recent years the idea of hiring “people instead of (only) skills” has been become more of a consideration within companies where the cultural fit of everyone has been the ultimate pursuit.

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The Talent Analytics Workflow Needs Non-Analytical Talent Too

ATD Human Capital

Many articles discuss how human resources needs to be an analytics culture, and that all HR employees need to learn analytics.

The Current State and Future State of HR

Laurie Ruettimann

Go ahead and try to explain the current state and future state of HR in less than 50 words. (I’ll I’ll wait. It’s not easy.). In years past, I told people that HR is an inverted pyramid.

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Turbocharge Your Talent with Real-time Feedback & Drive Tangible Results

Download the eBook “Real-time Feedback, Tangible Results” to learn 8 awesome tips designed to help you tap into the power of “anytime/anywhere feedback” and the benefits it can bring to your organization.

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How to Convince Management to Give You a Larger Recruiting Budget

ClearCompany HRM

Around 62% of companies expect their hiring volume to rise , but only 42% say their recruitment budget will increase. Once again, HR is going to be asked to do more with less. Asking for additional budget, even for a program you really could use, can be daunting. So it’s crucial to be prepared.

How Adding New Benefit Carriers and Plans Impact an HCM Implementation

HRchitect

Written by: Heather Soper. If you’re like the majority of employers, you may be considering changing Human Capital Management (HCM) systems this year, in addition to making new carrier and plan decisions. It’s the perfect time, right? Start fresh with new plans, new software, and a new sense of purpose and prepare for the next round of Open Enrollment which will be here before you know it.

Helping Introverted Employees Unlock Their Unique Strengths

CONCERN: EAP

The dichotomy between introverts and extroverts was once thought to be straightforward, with introverts directing energy inward, and extroverts outward. Recent behavioral science has found that the differences may be more nuanced.

Fighting the Silo Effect: Organizational Engagement for Siloed Teams

CultureIQ

Stuck in Silos? Start With These Steps. Communication is the foundation of an effective organization. When more than one person is working on a project, exchanging information accurately and quickly is vital to getting work done.

Managing Your Hiring Managers for Successful Recruiting

Are your hiring managers checked out in the recruiting process? Wish you could get them more involved and improve communication? Register for Newton’s upcoming webinar and learn a step by step action plan to keep them actively engaged in recruiting.

How Recruiters Can Balance Having Heart with Being Strategic

ClearCompany HRM

The current job market is candidate-driven; Meaning companies are competing for talent more than ever. Every day as a position remains open, it is costing a company time, money and productivity.

New Survey Reveals the Cost of a Bad Hire

HR Daily Advisor

Building a successful business depends largely on hiring the right people. But as small and midsize firms expand, how strong is their hiring process? A new survey from global staffing firm Robert Half aimed to find out.

Top 4 Ways to Engage Employees in Your Mentoring Program

ATD Human Capital

A mentoring program can help you build stronger relationships with your employees, giving them the career skills and knowledge they need to grow with your organization.

Getting Strategic About Payroll: a Non-Strategic but Essential HR Process

PeopleStrategy

Running payroll is one of the oldest business processes there is. From the days of someone manually tracking hours, physically writing a check and handing that to each employee on the way out the door on Friday, the actual process has changed little over time.

The Path To Creating A High-Performing Resilient Organization

Leaders who practice 'active listening' across the organization will tap into a wealth of actionable insight that would otherwise be difficult to access. Enabling and encouraging people to communicate inclusively and transparently helps to cultivate a 'listening culture'.

The Disruption of Digital Learning: Ten Things We Have Learned

Josh Bersin

Over the last few months I’ve had a series of meetings with Chief Learning Officers, talent management leaders, and vendors of next generation learning tools. My goal has been simple: try to.

[Infographic] 10 Tips to Become a Successful Manager

Get Hppy

Entering a career in management can be a little bit tricky. We might have a long way to go before becoming successful managers. Bear in mind that at the start of your management career you will still have much to learn. Be prepared to learn from others including your new team.

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Innovation Is a Group Sport

ATD Human Capital

One of the misconceptions about innovation is our popular notion that genius is individual. Someone blessed with ability and talent becomes an overnight success through raw talent. You either have it or you don’t, and when you do, you’re a lone wolf.

36 Questions to Fall in Love — With Work

Reflektive

You may be familiar with the 36 questions to fall in love, created by psychologist Arthur Aron, who studied the process of falling in love in a laboratory. The experiment of 20 years ago was popularized recently as voluntary subjects experimented with inducing love on their own. But for those of us spending at least 40 hours each week at work, our relationships in the workplace are important drivers of happiness and success, too.

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The definitive guide to choosing the right applicant tracking system

Choosing an applicant tracking system should be exciting, not confusing. We've developed a quick guide to everything you should look for while going through your selection process, to free you from the stress often associated with choosing a new ATS.

Why Millennials Want Coaches, Not Managers

Achievers

Your workforce is increasingly made up of millennials; this is unsurprising – they’re the ones with the most contemporary skills, and with each passing year they become a larger percentage of the working world.

Can Corporate Diversity Change the World?

Get Hppy

It’s not in my nature to wax philosophical or poetic about the world’s problems, but a recent article on Fortune concerning Google’s attempts to change the lack of diversity in their culture got me thinking: can corporate diversity change the world? In one aspect, it can.

Ten Secrets for Eliminating a Drama-Based Culture

Switch and Shift

Zero tolerance for drama doesn’t work. In fact, it might be one of the most obvious signs of a drama-based culture because it reflects a misunderstanding of the purpose of conflict.

How to Give a Great HR Speech

Laurie Ruettimann

How hard is it to ask for help? For me, it’s nearly impossible. Earlier this year, I reached out to a colleague — a fellow speaker — and asked for a pep talk. I felt like I was doing everything the wrong way, and I needed to hear some kind words.

Breaking Down 2017 Labor Law Complexities

Workplace employment issues continue to make news as state and local governments propose labor law legislation at a frenzied pace. This free e-guide analyzes years of labor law posting data to provide you with a look at the complexity of labor law compliance for businesses of all sizes.

Why A Fun Company Culture Is Good For Business

SuccessFactors

It seems counterintuitive to suggest that work should be fun, right? Our whole lives we’ve been taught the “work hard, play hard” dichotomy. But why can’t work be fun in and of itself? Creating a fun company cultures is one of the best ways to keep your employees and attract new ones.

How to Improve Retention of High-Potential Employees

Everwise

In recent years, employee turnover has become an increasing problem. In fact, half of Millennials don’t expect to stay in their role for more than a year. Considering Millennials make up over a third of the US workplace, this is staggering. Retaining high-performing Millennials helps your business.

Where do employees fit in your change management plan?

Get Hppy

A simple sequence of clicks somewhere in the world can change the economic conditions of an entire industry. Companies have to be quick to adapt. This is the reality of our days, where businesses have to learn to master change management if they are to grow or even survive.

5 Habits of Highly Productive Employees

Workforce Software

Want to become more productive? Here are 5 simple behaviors that will give you more energy and focus at work, enabling productivity. Blog Absence Management Fatigue Management Organizational Culture Time and Attendance Workforce Management Workforce Scheduling

Getting the Org Chart to Deliver Your Strategy (Hint: No Restructuring Involved)

Driving your strategy isn't a matter of moving your org chart around (i.e. restructuring); it involves shifting the way your employees and leaders think and collaborate—so you can harness the power of a startling and dramatic new way of doing business.

Three Ways To Grow A Culture Of Innovation At Work

SuccessFactors

When I was 10 years old, all I wanted was a skateboard. Because my parents refused to buy me one, I did what any resourceful 10-year-old would do – I asked my grandparents for one. My grandpop was a frugal guy; there was no way he’d run out to buy me one. What he did was offer to build one for me.

Supporting Caregivers in the Workplace is a Good Investment, Says Report

HR Daily Advisor

Employers need to be aware of the potential pay-offs for offering benefits and services that make caregiving an easier burden for employees to bear, says a new report from Northeast Business Group on Health (NEBGH).

The day hugging died: Ruling says it’s time for a new office policy

HR Morning

As human beings, we hoped this day would never come. But as HR pros, we all thought it would. And now it has arrived: the day when hugging in the workplace dies. . With a new ruling by the U.S.

Two Leadership Types, But Only One Successful Leader

Switch and Shift

The workplace is changing dramatically. The heart-centered leadership types who are willing to let go of their egos, have high emotional intelligence, and try to do the right thing will succeed faster, and it will be easier for them to make the transition.

7 Steps to Attract and Engage More Candidates

Want to improve the candidate experience of your job application and drive more candidates to apply? This guide covers: presentation of your careers page and jobs, length and complexity of your online application, application technology, and candidate acknowledgement.