It seems every article I read about HR innovation revolves around technology. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve dedicated 15 years of my career to HR technology and think the last decade of technological advancement has changed HR for the better, but I think we’re missing something important: the real innovation happens when we change how we approach employees. Innovation is often viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new...
Here’s something I’ve learned from years of management: There are two key days that employee’s judge the organization on — their first day at work, and their last. The first day of work has been getting a lot of attention as everyone seems to be focusing on the importance of onboarding, and that’s a good thing given how critical it is that your new people get off on the right foot. Companies have —...
It’s always sad to see employees leave your organization, but there’s no reason that the process has to be painful for them or your company. Part of making the offboarding process easier for both HR and departing employees is following these steps.
Join Tim Baker and the team at 12:30-1:30 ET on Tuesday, May 17th, for the next #HRchat Twitter chat to discuss what workplace conflict looks like and how we can support our people to develop strong resolution skills.
The content of a job description has evolved over the years and they’re now easier to write than ever before. Find the best talent around by defining your job description that stands out from the crowd.
Before you contact that employee to present the termination notice, ensure to have all things in place.
Yes, of course, money is important. Don’t pay people enough and they will feel undervalued and eventually leave. But even if they do, it’s as much about pride as money.
Startups are vulnerable, and they depend on a number of interrelated resources working together to self-sustain into bigger and better stages of development.