Sat.Jul 13, 2013 - Fri.Jul 19, 2013

The Call to Retreat

The Bamboo Project Blog

. ". the cycle of being-doing is also the cycle of remembering-forgetting. Like Persephone in the myth of Demeter and Persephone, you blossom, you die, you are reborn again and again.

Collective Sensemaking: How One Organization uses the Oscillation Principle

Conversation Matters

Kessels and Smit (K&S) is a consulting firm that makes use of Collective Sensemaking to continually learn how to be more effective as a company, serve their clients better, help and support each other, and find and engage in interesting client projects. .

When Paternalistic Employers Go Wrong

True Faith HR

I usually applaud employers who go out of their way to help employers improve their lot in life.

Midyear Checkup: Looking Back, Thinking Ahead

Reviewsnap

We can hear you already: Annual performance reviews are such a pain in the neck, why would I want to double the agony by doing them at midyear, too? Bear with us. The benefits outweigh your fears. The midyear mark is a good time to check on employees’ progress toward their performance goals.

Compliance Continuity: Monthly Guidance to Sustain Your Organization's Wellbeing

Natural disasters can result in evacuations, work stoppages, and other disruptions for your employees. With advanced planning, employee benefits can help sustain the overall wellbeing of your workforce before, during, and after a natural disaster.

Connecting for Career Resilience--Help Me Help You

The Bamboo Project Blog

. The other day I had lunch with one of the members of my recently-formed Mastermind group.

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Why #HR Should Care About the NBA Summer League

True Faith HR

On Thursday, I will join three of my colleagues behind the 8 Man Rotation in Las Vegas (we always leave one behind to keep it going in case something befalls the rest of us) for two to three days to catch some NBA Summer League action.

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The 10 Biggest Goofs Made By New Workers

45 Things

On your first day of a new job you’re often excited and nervous. But after a few weeks, you start to settle in and feel more comfortable with your colleagues and the work.

Five L&D Trends You Should Watch – and Join

Peoplefluent

Thursday, July 18, 2013 :00am. Five L&D Trends You Should Watch – and Join By Jim Bowley. Enterprise organizations are beefing up their learning and development (L&D) budgets to gain significant performance advantages.

3 Salary Negotiation Tips For Women

TheHRBlog

Many women find negotiating salary for themselves difficult. Women are often raised to believe that asking for things is selfish and unseemly. This puts them in a particularly difficult position when it comes to negotiating their own salary. Get over it ! Maxine, an upcoming HR professional liked a company and was very interested in the position […].

Implementing Technology in TA for the Win: An Agile Approach

Speaker: Denise Dresler, Director of Talent Acquisition, Avature

What was once traditionally used only in the software industry is making its way to the recruiting and talent acquisition space: agile methodologies. Join Denise Dresler, Talent Acquisition Director at Avature, where she will be discussing how to take this nontraditional approach of agile talent acquisition and effectively incorporate it into your hiring processes.

What Robert Galbraith Can Teach Us About #HR

True Faith HR

In late April, Robert Galbraith published his first novel - a mystery called " The Cuckoo''s Calling " - to rave reviews but relatively few purchases. Yesterday, Robert Galbraith''s book was languishing at 4,709 on Amazon''s bestseller list with 1500 sales.

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It Can Be Done

NoExcusesHR

I started my health care career at a small agency that served emotionally disturbed and physically abused children. It was a place that cared deeply for the residents who had to live away from their families due to their complicated circumstances and behavior.

People Have GOT to Get Paid!

Peoplefluent

Monday, July 15, 2013 :00am. People Have GOT to Get Paid! By Maren Hogan. Today’s guest blog post is from Maren Hogan, marketer and community builder in the HR and Recruiting space.].

Five Leadership Tips for Women in Organizations

TheHRBlog

“Careers are a jungle gym, not a ladder,” writes Sheryl Sandberg in her new book, “Lean In” which prompts women to take up leadership roles in corporate organizations. It is an acknowledged fact that women have to face unique challenges and struggles while developing a style of leadership at the workplace. For women who aspire […].

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Why (and How) to Switch to a New HR & Payroll Platform

Not all HR & payroll is the same, but it can look pretty similar. If your current platform isn’t meeting your needs, let us walk you through how to differentiate between providers and give you some tips on how to select a platform that works best for your business.

How to Become More Influential

45 Things

Remember the first time you heard about Twitter? At the time, you may have scoffed and said you could care less about what someone ate for lunch.

The Tour of Employee Engagement

David Zinger

Marvin Faure takes us on a slide tour of what cyclists can teach us about motivation and engagement. What can cyclists teach you about how to motivate your people? from Marvin Faure. Are you cycling powerfully into full engagement?

5 ways to assess workplace culture fit

Achievers

Guest Post by: Meghan M. Recruiting the best talent and culture can be a heartbreaking process.

How To Crack Job Interview

TheHRBlog

You have secured a job interview, great news, but remember so have another several people. The objective ahead is to secure the role and stand out from the crowd as on paper most applicants have the relevant skills in question to fill the role. Research: Research, research, research! Interviewers are always impressed if a candidate […]. HR Interview Interview Tips Job Search Tips HR interview Interview questions and how to answer them Job Interview

Wage Growth: The Last Employer Holdout to Attract Candidates

You get a job perk! And You get a job perk! Everyone gets job perks! While these perks may have helped get that stellar candidate’s foot in the door, this dynamic of severely low unemployment combined with a historically high job open rate continues with no immediate end in sight. Employers will do well to zero in on one lever many have been avoiding pulling: the almighty salary increase.

Leadership Development on Hyper-Drive – Benefits for Employees and Employers Alike

Peoplefluent

Wednesday, July 17, 2013 :00am. Leadership Development on Hyper-Drive – Benefits for Employees and Employers Alike By Kevin Grossman. Late last year when SHRM conducted research on the challenges HR will face in the next decade, developing corporate leaders was a top concern.

Heavy Mettle Leadership

NoExcusesHR

Change processes can be difficult. Think about what you''re actually doing when you decide to formally launch a culture change effort. You''re asking the people who you''ve hired (or inherited but kept on the team), to stop behaving the way you''ve asked them to, in some cases for a long time. Now, you''re asking.er.requiring them to be differen t. Here''s the rub.you''re asking for the change from your team because it is abundantly clear that a change is necessary.

[Infographic] Who are your engaged employees?

Achievers

Every employee has the capacity to be engaged, but certain groups seem to have an easier time than others. Based on original research by the Human Capital Institute and A chievers, our newest infographic breaks down some surprising demographic trends in employee engagement.

Don’t Hit the Snooze Bar on Your Employees

Symbolist

[ New post from Chad Truby – Vice President, General Manager at Symbolist. You can read more about him on our Leadership page.]. As I pedaled through my morning route….I I could not stop thinking about time.

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.

Meaningful Employee Incentives can be Cost Effective and Simple

Boost Rewards

The most common employee incentives used by organizations are often monetary rewards, such as gift cards, bonuses, and even cold hard cash. However, this method of rewarding employees may not always be the best because you are assigning a value to your employees work. Giving a $50 gift card for a job well done, tells Click Here to Read More. The post Meaningful Employee Incentives can be Cost Effective and Simple appeared first on Boost Rewards. Boost Blog

The Hidden Benefit of Teams

NoExcusesHR

B eing part of a close team at work or in sports is special. The camaraderie, support, and understanding when something goes wrong is not taken for granted. It is usually earned through hard work and reciprocal support of the other team members. Work Teams When we find ourselves working in a real team environment it is terrific. The fear of retribution is replaced with support for taking risks, making mistakes and knowing that trying harder the next time is the norm.

My Summer Internship: Almost Done!

SuccessFactors

Angela Sperbeck is currently interning for Catherin Cherubino in the Cloud Ecosystems & Channels, Program Operations, Enablement and Partner Marketing team. She is majoring in Business Administration at the University of Mary Washington and will return this fall for her senior year. This is her story. When I first found out that I was going […]. SuccessFactors Careers intern blog

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