Sat.Jan 12, 2013 - Fri.Jan 18, 2013

How To Be Your Company’s Next Rising Star

TheHRBlog

You may often have asked yourself, “How do I get on my company’s rising star list?”. This article gives you practical tips to navigate your rise to the top. Most organizations don’t have a very scientific process for grooming the next generation of top talent. It is largely a matter of perception. However, you can […]. Career Tips Setting Goals Success career following certain guidelines Jappreet Sethi next rising star rising star top management

Corporate Learning: Training Doesn’t Have to Be Old School

Reviewsnap

Corporate learning programs get a bad rap because people assume you just sit through an endless string of boring training sessions. How can employees learn when they have to suffer through 10-hour sessions with instructors akin to Charlie Brown’s teacher? Whaa-whaa-whaa.

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High Reliability Leaders

NoExcusesHR

There are several industries that are known for their reliability. They provide a level of consistency that we take for granted. When you use your ATM card do you get consistent and accurate service? Of course you do, because the banking industry has committed to doing it right every time.

Why Anxiety May Prompt You to Take Bad Advice

45 Things

When I was in my early 20s, I took some really bad advice. I listened to people I should have ignored and did what they advised. I regretted it for years, and told myself one simple truth I would live by: "I will listen to myself from now on. If I make a mistake, it's my own fault.

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

How to Find a Job During Economic Crisis

TheHRBlog

It is not simple to find a good job with high salary especially during the economic crisis. Strong competition in job market forces job seekers to do everything that’s in their power in order to find a good job. Only a few people know the best methods that give positive results when going for an […]. Job Search Tips Switching Jobs Career Options Career Tips How to Find a Job How to Find a Job During Economic Crisis? Human resources Job hunting Job Search Unemployment

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8 Developments That Stood Out in Employee Engagement in 2012

David Zinger

What stood out for you in Employee Engagement last year? Here is what stood out for me last year in employee engagement: The UK Engage for Success Movement. It was incredible to see the UK rally behind employee engagement with the Engage for Success Movement. This ranged from more work on the business case for engagement and a resource rich website to hundreds of events and actions around the UK.

Bigger PIC-ture: Stepping Outside the Circle

NoExcusesHR

I''m writing over at Performance I Create today about how fired up I am to be part of an amazing blogging team. What gets you fired up? I''d love to hear from you. No Excuses. photo credit. fired up human resources performance i create team

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On Sleep and Drugs

True Faith HR

For many of us, there just isn''t enough hours in the day. Pressures to keep up with work deadlines, taking care of the kids, and, in this modern technological world, being mobile means being on call 24/7, and something has to give.

One of the Most Underrated Tasks in HR: Writing the Job Description

Peoplefluent

Thursday, January 17, 2013 :00am. One of the Most Underrated Tasks in HR: Writing the Job Description By Gabriella Angiolillo. Job descriptions are one of the most underrated documents produced by HR.

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Designing Equitable Performance: How to Create Fair, Inclusive Assessments

Speaker: Aubrey Blanche & Sahra Kaboli-Nejad

We are all susceptible to bias and strive to mitigate it through reading, taking classes, and participating in trainings - yet, it seems like these aren’t driving the change we need. Women tend to receive vague, personality-based feedback, where men tend to receive performance related feedback. Work completed by Black men is more likely to be rated as lower quality than White men. And Black women face these overlapping biases in even more extreme ways. So what can we do to address the inequities in the system? Look at the system itself - are we designing an equitable performance system that benefits everyone? Join Culture Amp’s Global Head of Equitable Design and Impact, Aubrey Blanche, along with Diversity, Equity, and Belonging Lead Sahra Kaboli-Nejad, to discuss how we can re-evaluate our performance management systems. We will discuss the benefits of designing a system at every level (individual, manager, and organization) to help mitigate bias and ultimately create a system that finally succeeds at what it is supposed to do - improve performance.

“Purrfect” Disengagement: $250,000 a Year Employee Surfs Cat Videos While Subcontracting His Job to China

David Zinger

Does not compute. Here is a true story of a creatively disengaged employee. He was a software developer who was earning $250,000 a year and producing great quality work. He was at his desk every day in front of his screen but rather than developing software he spent each day. checking sites such as Reddit, Ebay, Facebook and LinkedIn and watching cat videos. Then he would type an e-mail at the end of the day to update management about his “work” and left at 5 p.m.

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How to Establish Thought Leadership? Interview With Dr. Liz Alexander

QAspire

Thought leadership is important for building careers and for building organizations. It is the most important tool we have as professionals to build our personal brand and establish credibility. What is thought leadership? How does one build thought leadership in his/her area of work?

Transformation - Saying It Is the Easy Part

NoExcusesHR

I''ve been doing a lot of thinking about transformational leadership and what role Human Resources should play when an organization is committed to undergoing change in a meaningful way. Is HR there to pick up the pieces as leaders begin to quiver and shake at the slightest hint of a required change? Does HR move through the process along with the others who are impacted by new expectations, new goals, and ultimately a new and more effective corporate culture?

"The Law of the Hammer" in Training - Part Two

DDI

There are three general principles that should guide your plans to leverage social technology, particularly for leadership development and other “soft” skills

Workplace Mask Policy & Return to Work Templates

Paycor’s comprehensive checklist and customizable letters will help you re-start your business and welcome your team back to a new normal.

SuccessFactors is Hiring: Enterprise Sales

SuccessFactors

This week, SuccessFactors’ Chris Morosini shares some insights on what it takes to be successful in an Enterprise Sales position at SuccessFactors, an SAP company.

David Zinger Employee Engagement Website Redesign

David Zinger

Check out the new design for David Zinger’s Employee Engagement Website. I am very pleased with the website redesign for www.davidzinger.com. We will be working on this over the next month and addressing a few kinks here and there but overall some of the changes you will notice: the site appears in your device full screen size and is much easier to read. it works much better in mobile devices such as an iphone or ipad.

What Looks Like a Corporate Credit Card but Might Better Suit Your Business?

Insperity

Corporate credit cards are great, right? They let you and your employees travel, entertain and pay for company expenses without the need for petty cash or for any of you to pay out of your own pockets. In addition, you get an itemized statement every month that you can attach to your expense reports to account for the money that’s been spent. But as convenient as they are, credit cards also have their drawbacks. Sometimes, employees go over their spending limits or per diems.

Now Access Online Employee Training Modules On Your Tablet: Training Becomes More Flexible and Accessible for Managers and Employees

Humanity

Our online employee training gives managers the ability to share the most up-to-date tutorials and training modules with employees. The ‘Training’ module allows employees to easily see what topics have been completed, while allowing managers to concurrently keep tabs on training progress. The ‘Training’ module is an easy way to share content with staff, which streamlines the staff training process and saves time and effort over traditional methods.

Even During COVID-19, I-9s Have to Be Done Right, on Time, and in Person

Help make sure you can get your remote hires onboarded quickly, even when you don’t have a physical office location or trained HR in the area. Download this free e-book, and you’ll be on your way to simpler Form I-9 and Section 2 completion.

"The Law of the Hammer" in Training - Part Two

DDI

There are three general principles that should guide your plans to leverage social technology, particularly for leadership development and other “soft” skills

Employee Engagement Friday Factoid #17: 10,000 people a day turn 65

David Zinger

Grow old along with me… According to the Pew Research Center , for the next 19 years, about 10,000 people will turn 65 years old every day. Commentary. How have you prepared personally, professionally, or organizationally, for an aging workforce that is also exiting the workforce through retirement? I feel saddened by how many people can’t wait to retire and are so disillusioned about work.

Co-opting Post-Sexist Gender Bias to Retain Top Talent

Inpower Coaching

Have you ever taken Karate? I took two classes, not enough to retain any physical benefit, but I learned one thing I still keep with me 30 years later: when we take advantage of natural forces to create change, change happens more smoothly and comfortably. Recent research out of Harvard may just hold the key to using our natural human biases to help dissolve the glass ceiling and even address the pay gap. Human resources managers take notice. You can make the difference on this one.