2020

4 Tips For Making Every One-On-One Meeting Count

15Five

The most powerful coaching tool a manager has is a one-on-one meeting. These meetings are dedicated time for managers to learn important information about their employees and offer useful feedback in real-time.

6 Key Principles for Organizational Decision Making

HR Bartender

Organizations are always making decisions. And when faced with unique circumstances, they might have to make some more – including some really tough ones. Decision making isn’t easy. Some people avoid making decisions at all costs. And avoidance is a decision in itself.

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How company culture affects employee engagement

CultureIQ

What is Employee Engagement? While many leaders think employee engagement surveys alone can improve their organization, CultureIQ’s decades of research show that improving overall culture is a far more effective way to improve business outcomes and propel growth.

Simple Ways to Create a Better Candidate Experience: Ramblings of a Quarantined Recruiter

Brian Smith

Candidate experience is a critical point to recruiting and hiring the top talent. These tips will help you re-evaluate how applicants interact with your company

What You Really Need to Know to Build an Effective Global Hiring Strategy

Speaker: Carrie Corbin, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Hope Leigh Marketing Group

Join Carrie Corbin, Global Workplace Executive, Strategist, and Consultant, for this discussion on some of the most common questions around building a global hiring and attraction strategy.

5 Visions of a Post-Pandemic Workplace

Ultimate Software

“What day is it anyway?”. Have you heard that one yet? Quarantine humor has certainly helped us get through these past few months, but maybe now is the time that we begin to look to the future instead. There’s no crystal ball to tell us exactly what’s on the other side of this pandemic.

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Is The Employee Survey Dead? Nope. It’s Becoming Smarter By The Minute.

Josh Bersin

I recently read an article in the WSJ (a magazine I am trusting less every day) that claims employee surveys are dead. Well, I really have to disagree, so let me explain what’s going on.

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Can AI Improve Training

Engage2Excel

Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are all around us, and we are more used to it than we realize. For example, the internet searches we conduct, working with virtual assistants, or even shopping online and checking out recommended purchases.

Employee Experience: Digital Transformation Can Improve It

HR Bartender

Digital transformation is the concept of using technology to solve business problems. As business strategies become more global and organizations need to be more agile, it only makes sense to use technology to our greatest advantage.

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HR Department Best Setup Guide For Startups in 202

CuteHR

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Beyond the Dollar: Why Fertility Benefits Are About More Than Financial Support

Speaker: Kirsten Ferro, Vice President of Employer Sales at Carrot Fertility

In this session, we’ll discuss the complexities of fertility health and all the pieces a fertility benefit should include in order to best support your employees on their journeys.

Do You Know The People You Are Recognizing?

Engage2Excel

When you want to give recognition to your employees, it’s vital to know their recognition preferences. Recognition is mostly an intangible expression of acknowledgment and valuing of an individual or a team, their positive behaviors, personal effort, or contributions.

Helpful Tips to Improve Employee Retention During COVID-19

Hppy

If you have ever managed a team or business and had a top employee resign out of the blue, you must deal with an array of challenges.

We need change leaders to save lives: How can you be one?

CultureIQ

By Paul M. Mastrangelo. CultureIQ first published this updated article on March 3, 2020. . Generically, change leaders are those who are willing to engage in the new behaviors and do so publicly so that others know about it.

I’ve Done HR But I Don’t Have an HR Job Title [Reader Question]

UpstartHR

One of my favorite things to do is answer reader questions here on the blog. If you have a question you’d like answered (I answer as many as possible!) just shoot a note to ben@upstarthr.com. . Hi Ben, I’m a Business Administration major.

Hire Global to Grow Global: A Conversation with A Global Recruiting & HR Expert

Speaker: Janice Stack, CEBS, Global Human Resources Executive

The digital age has given us access to a workforce beyond geopolitical boundaries. While this new access can increase productivity, it often comes with its own set of obstacles. Join Janice Stack, Global Human Resources Executive, for this insightful webinar on the ins-and-outs of expanding your team globally.

What Qualities Make an Effective Manager?

15Five

Our CEO and co-founder of 15Five, David Hassell, often says that “Managers are the lynchpin of any organization’s success.”

Diversity & Inclusion Efforts During and After Pandemic & Protests

Ultimate Software

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit us hard. Seemingly overnight we were told we had to stay home, and we didn’t know how long it would last. Many organizations had to quickly pivot to working remotely. Other businesses were forced to furlough or layoff employees.

Helping Managers Understand and Address Stress

DecisionWise

About a year ago I received one my favorite perk s. It was peak season for us – my workload was heavy , and support was limited. This meant late nights in the office with the stress that so commonly follow s. .

Balancing Life and Work: How to Support Your Employees

Achievers

As a CEO, I’ve been focused for quite some time on helping employees reposition their work experience as important but not all-consuming. I’ve come to call this initiative “putting the work back in its place.”

Fertility & Infertility 101: Why Fertility Benefits Are A Necessity and Not A Luxury

Speaker: Jackie Blanco, RN, BSN, Senior Manager of Medical Operations at Carrot Fertility & Nate Fournier, Enterprise Account Executive, Carrot Fertility

As an HR leader, the benefits you offer deeply impact employees' personal lives. In this webcast, we will provide you with an overview of fertility and infertility benefits, what different fertility journeys involve, and how you can best support your employees each step of the way.

How to Develop a Strategy for Each Stage of the Recruitment Process

ExactHire

What if your company managed its recruitment process exceptionally well? You would find and hire the right candidate on time and on budget. That new hire would evolve into a long-term, highly productive employee. If your company mastered recruiting, you would repeat this process over and over again.

Staffing Shortages Are Not a Customer Service Excuse

HR Bartender

I’m here to deliver some tough love to businesses today. As a HR pro, I totally understand that the recruitment market is tough. I hear the same stories from recruiters who are posting job openings and getting zero responses. I also understand the pressure to deliver revenue and profits.

Coping with Unexpected Staffing Changes: More From the Experts

Justworks

As COVID-19 continues to impact companies everywhere, many employers are wondering how they’ll take care of their teams.

How Serious are OFCCP Equal Pay Penalties? Very.

Trusaic

The Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs (OFCCP) just won a significant equal pay victory against WMS Solutions, LLC, a staffing company focusing on asbestos abatement.

Where is Everyone? Breaking Down the Talent Shortage Myth & the Great Resignation

Speaker: Ellie Dailey, Global Recruiting Expert and Team Lead for BetterUp Europe GTM Recruiting via Russell Tobin

Businesses everywhere appear to be experiencing a so-called talent shortage and repercussions to 2021’s “Great Resignation." To address what this is and how this is affecting recruiting, we need to consider issues such as the Employer Value Propositions –– Values, Mission, Vision –– and how to actually walk the walk.

INTOO USA Launches to Bring Career Development and Outplacement Services That Help Organizations Manage Workforce Change

Intoo USA

INTOO USA works with companies in industries such as technology, higher education, nonprofit, retail, and more.

The Chill of Competition: Why office rivalry is risky

CultureIQ

Remote work isn’t just keeping employees apart, it’s raising the tension bar among them, according to a recent survey by global staffing firm Robert Half.

Improving Your Tech Hiring Practices, Part II

HR Hardball

This post courtesy of Artur Meyster, CTO of CareerKarma. Check him out on LinkedIn , he’s got a hell of a backstor y! And remember to check out Part 1 ! Reducing Application and Interview Processes.

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Calculating the Cost of a Bad Hire – What’s Your Formula?

Hireology

If you’ve been in business for a while, chances are you’ve made at least one hiring mistake you wish you could take back. Whether a new employee was a complete disaster or just didn’t live up to expectations, a poor fit can cost your business time, resources, and of course, money.

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3 Ways Marketing Skills can Benefit HR Organisations

Hppy

As anyone within the world of human resources can tell you, HR specialists wear many hats. Today’s HR departments are staffed with cross-functional employees that manage everything from complex benefits administration to workplace safety, employee morale, and much more.

Understanding talent acquisition vs. recruitment in 2020

PeopleStrategy

It’s hard to put a value on talent. While talent is technically a renewable resource (when an employee leaves, they can be replaced), there is no guarantee the new hire will be as strong a contributor to the organization (of course, they could bring even more to the table!).

Lessons Learned from the Last Recession: Don’t Cut Management Training (For Long)

Achievers

Twelve years ago, when the Great Recession hit and money got tight, businesses had to make cuts. And what was one of the first things to go ? Management training and development.