#HRchat: Employee Onboarding – Broken Promises

The onboarding process is a pivotal time for the new hire. This is the time when they are welcomed into workplace culture and expectations are defined.

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DisruptHR Madison: Interview with Tina Hallis

A scientist by training, Tina has dedicated her career to helping individuals and companies increase their POSITIVITY. Just a simple shift in focus changes our entire experience, whether it’s with transition, our work, or our colleagues and customers. Tina is certified in Positive Psychology through the WholeBeing Institute, an Authorized Partner for Everything DiSC® and a Professional Member of the National Speakers Association. She...

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HR Event Preview: eLearning Guild – FocusOn Learning Conference And Expo

The eLearning Guild annual FocusOn Learning Conference and Expo is North America’s only conference and expo dedicated to trending hot topics that are changing the future of learning and this year’s event is held in Austin, Texas, from June 8 to 10.

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DisruptHR Cayman: Interview With Dawn Burke

Dawn is the VP of People for Daxko, a leading software provider for member-based organizations nation-wide. She will be one of the speakers at the DisruptHR Cayman event on May 25.

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HR Event Preview: DisruptHR – The Rebellious Future Of HR

In collaboration with CISHRP’s 13th Annual Conference, DisruptHR hosts an evening with mind-blowing content at the Harquail Theatre, Grand Cayman, the Cayman Islands.

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It’s Not All About the Money: Rewarding Your Employees

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.

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A Simple Formula For Becoming An Enviable Place To Work

Eventually, all leadership teams come to a realization that if they “win” in attracting higher caliber people than their competitors to their company then they will also “win” in their marketplace. Having a better team of people in place than your competitors is a sure-fire way to create a sustainable competitive advantage. But doing so is tricky. Why? Look no further than Google as a means of proving my point. Google “enviable work...

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Quantifying Your Company’s Emotional Culture

Managers tend to view emotions as something “soft” that can’t really be measured.  But you can — and should — track emotions quantitatively, the same way you’d track employees’ other attitudes and behaviors: through surveys. There’s a key difference in approach, however. In a survey we’ve used in many organizational settings, people don’t tell us how they feel. Rather, employees or outside raters observe the emotional culture around...

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