Sat.Nov 18, 2017 - Fri.Nov 24, 2017

The Six Skills for People Analytics Success

Visier

Jonathan Ferrar is a respected consultant, speaker, and author in HR strategy, workforce analytics, and the Future of Work.

Managers: 5 Signs of Employee Burnout You Might Be Missing and What You Can Do About It

Get Hppy

Employee burnout is a harsh reality that you have to come to terms with. It is something that simply cannot be avoided, no matter how exciting the job is and how many perks the management offers.

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Working Out Loud: Relationships and Legacy

QAspire

Last week was celebrated as International Working Out Loud Week. For those of you who are new to this, Working Out Loud is a practice of sharing your work/work in progress with a relevant community to enable learning and collaboration.

If You Have ‘Actively Disengaged’ Employees, It’s Costing You Dearly

HR Daily Advisor

When it comes to employee engagement, there’s no shortage of information online about how to measure and improve engagement levels. But perhaps less talked about is the fact that an employee who is not a fully engaged employee may not simply be indifferent.

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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Ways to Help Employees with Anxiety or Depression

HR Daily Advisor

When employees are struggling, there are a lot of ways the employer can impact the situation both positively and negatively. We all know that mental health is a critical component of overall health, and mental health concerns among employees can quickly become problematic.

EMPLOYER BRAND GIVES BACK: A COLLECTION OF EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEERING STORIES

exaqueo

It’s hard to imagine, but Thanksgiving in the U.S. is this week! Here at exaqueo , our team has been eagerly awaiting its arrival because of a “behind-the-scenes project” to celebrate giving back. In working on this project, we’ve had the opportunity to reflect on all the things we have to be thankful for, including our families, friends, and clients.

Employees that steal don’t win discrimination cases, but might win defamation cases

Ohio Employer's Law

Jason Shann worked as the Enterprise Desktop Management Team Leader in the IT department of Atlantic Health System. He also suffered from tinnitus, a crackling and buzzing noises in his left ear caused by an Eustachian tube dysfunction.

The Ageing Population: Impact on Workplace Processes

Cielo HR Leader

As a nation, we’re living longer than ever before. In fact, the Office for National Statistics estimates that the average girl born in 2014 is reasonably expected to live anywhere between 79.8 and 86.7 years – a massive boost to UK life expectancy. Thanks to better knowledge sharing, an improved understanding of health and, of course, recent advances in medicine, an ageing population – similar to that seen in Japan – is something that is widely expected in the near future.

Are You Closing Candidates and Getting Them Onboarded Efficiently?

Once you choose a candidate to hire, the real work begins of trying to get them to accept your offer. And even if they do, you still need to get them onboarded efficiently. Are you doing a good job managing these steps? Take a 30-second assessment for a free evaluation of your job offer and onboarding processes.

Learn How Autozone Avoided Liability in a Recent Sexual Harassment Case

HR Daily Advisor

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit—which covers Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee—has held that liability cannot be imputed to an employer for a manager’s alleged sexual harassment when the manager lacked decision-making authority over the employee.

my coworker disappears for hours every day, should I walk away from this salary negotiation, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My coworker disappears for hours every day. I work at a medium-sized office. Our team is four people — two remote and two in the office. It’s a “standard” office, cubicles, meetings, etc. My other coworker in the office — let’s say his name is Bob — has developed a habit over the past 12 months. Most days, he’ll come in at about 8:30, set his keys down, answer some emails.

Interview Scheduling Survey 2017

Cronofy

We recently polled 33 HR professionals to find out more about their interview scheduling experiences, and to understand how calendar sync can help them save time and acquire talent faster.

People Science: What if companies knew their people as well as they knew their customers?

Sage HRMS

Every day, 2,500,000,000,000,000,000 bytes of data is created. That’s so much data that it would fill 10 million Blu-ray discs – which, stacked up on top of each other, would reach the height of not just one, but four Eiffel Towers. And that’s growing every day. In fact, 90% of the world’s data today was […]. The post People Science: What if companies knew their people as well as they knew their customers? appeared first on Sage Advice US. People & Leadership People Science

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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'.

Do You Hold Teambuilding Events?

HR Daily Advisor

Does your organization sponsor events for employees to encourage teambuilding? Why or why not? Many employers opt to hold these types of events, and they feel the benefits far outweigh the costs involved.

I negotiated and was told not to make it weird, my coworker stole people’s credit cards, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I negotiated my annual raise, and was told not to make it weird. I started at a new company in a new industry about a year ago, and I just had my first annual review. I’ve grown a lot in my role, and have had a year full of positive quarterly reviews, and had been given a small (1.1%) unsolicited, off-cycle raise in recognition of my performance.

Can we learn how to bounce back?

The Chemistry Group

Felix Schirmler, Business Psychologist at Chemistry, discusses resilience; whether you are born with it, you can learn it, or if it’s a mixture of the two. Have an opinion? Join the conversation below! _. I recently listened to a talk by a management consultancy firm about resilience and was surprised at how much of it is learnable.

Learning FOMO: How curation can help prevent you from missing out on the development you expect

HR Times

Posted by Jason Magill , Carly Ackerman and Mariana Aguilary on November 20, 2017. There’s been a lot of talk in recent years about the effect that our on-demand, social-media-fueled culture is having on our collective psyche. It’s nearly impossible to escape being inundated with information about the lives of our network—new jobs, promotions, weddings, parties, concerts, trips.

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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.

10 Ways to Stay Engaged During Business Travel

Halogen Talent Managment

Is business travel a work drain or an engagement gain? A Tale of Three Travelers. Consider these three employees. Rick can’t stand the idea of leaving for the airport tomorrow for a three-day work trip to New York.

Pennsylvania Considers Banning Confidential Sexual Harassment Settlements

Evil HR Lady

Pennsylvania State Judy Schwank (D-Berks) introduced a bill that would prohibit non-disclosure clauses on sexual harassment settlements. If her bill becomes law, settlements that restrict “the disclosure of the name of any person suspected of sexual misconduct,” would become illegal. Her goal is to stop predators and those who protect them.

Are Humans an Asset or an Expense?

Compensation Cafe

L ong-time readers know I’m Irish but may not know my team is based in the U.S. Every year, the Thanksgiving holiday is a hot topic among all of us, not least because we celebrate joint Thanksgiving events in our dual headquarters in Dublin and Boston. (We We do the same for St.

Bookmark This! Resources to Develop HR Competencies

HR Bartender

Developing your skills as a human resources professional is important. We know that. The hard part is recognizing what skills to develop. At this year’s Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference (SHRM), I ran across some wonderful tools to help with developing HR competencies.

Why Classic Organizational Design Fails to Support a Culture of Innovation

Corporate America’s iconic brands are struggling to retain market share and improve collaboration against a rising tide of more agile competitors. But companies will continue to lose these battles unless they upgrade their vastly outdated operating systems based on command-and-control structures. It’s time to build your team of teams.

Thankful 2017

Fastfood HR

I’ve been in a funk for the past few weeks. Who am I kidding, it’s been a few months (but we’re friends, so who’s counting). I’ve been doing some reflecting and trying to ascertain just whats causing my angst and what I can do to fix it.

How To Hire For Cultural Fit

Halogen Talent Managment

How do you hire for cultural fit? Do you simply find someone who fits the job description, but also likes espresso and ping pong? It’s a little more complicated than that. But we’ll make things easy for you.

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What makes people happy at work?

Lattice

Everybody wants to be happy at work. Research has shown that happy employees are 12% more productive than their unhappy counterparts, and suggests that happier people may live longer and healthier lives. According to the World Happiness Report (WHR), an annual study that attempts to measure causes of happiness around the world, simply having a job is a major step toward happiness. But what makes people happy at work? Here are five key contributing factors. Making (enough) money.

A Talent Map for the Future

i4cp

Predicting and preparing for what lies ahead is a tough job. But it’s what HR leaders must do daily—forecast workforce needs, and anticipate new technologies and talent trends that will shape how the organization does business. Chief human resource officers (CHROs) must frequently do some self-assessment as well, determining what part they and the HR function as a whole will play as the company moves forward.

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.

T3 – Google for Jobs Doesn’t Care if Employers Like Them or Not!

The Tim Sackett Project

Okay, first let me say, I love Google for Jobs , mostly. Please, Google, don’t end my online life or anything! Remember, Don’t Be Evil! Okay, I know it’s now “Do the Right Thing!” ” So, Google for Jobs (GFJ) was started with the best intentions to help candidates find jobs easier. Simple. Candidates want to know where the job is located. GFJ says to put the ‘exact’ address in your job posting. Candidates want to know how much a job pays.

Unilever CHRO Leena Nair: How to Thrive in an Upside-Down World

Workday

Artificial intelligence , machine learning, and automation are driving unprecedented change, and with great change comes uncertainty. How do business leaders manage uncertainty? By bringing the power of humanity back into their organizations, said Leena Nair, chief human resources officer at Unilever, who delivered the Customer Innovation Keynote at Workday Rising Europe. “As

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my company publicly shames people who get hurt on the job, current employer asked my new job to change my start date, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. My company publicly shames people who get hurt on the job. I work for a moderately sized, privately owned company. A year ago, our director of facilities retired. His replacement is a big proponent of trophies and awards, and has heavily campaigned with company leaders to get the business involved in voluntary safety and efficiency certification programs.

4 Ways Coaching Grows Leaders

FlashPoint

Photo by Joel Peel on Unsplash. Coaching Is One Way To Encourage Leaders to Shift Their Thinking. Challenges in the workplace, internal and external, have multiplied and morphed. Due to these strenuous circumstances, a new brand of leader is needed to grow and drive business results for organizations in today’s environment. Coaching

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.