Underutilizing your employees' hidden skills could result in lost productivity as well as contribute to a less engaged workforce. How can an employer tap into that potential? That's worth reading about! Then follow links to additional articles on utilizing your employees' hidden talents.
By 2020, Millennials will comprise 50% of the global workplace and 75% in the U.S. The workforce is growing at an unprecedented rate, and as a result, changes are coming. Read about the effects of the Millennials in this blog post.
Being able to write and present a business case helps move your HR department form simply “setting” the corporate table to sitting there, contributing to strategic conversations. Learn when and how to write a persuasive case for ideas that matter.
Performance reviews can make or break an employee's relationship with their manager and have an impact on retention and productivity. Here are some considerations for ensuring performance reviews are productive experiences for all involved.
A new year is on the horizon. You may have already compiled your New Year’s Resolution list. But what about your company? Does it have a list, too? It could. Maybe 2016 is the year to add to or upgrade the technology you’re using. Check out 6 resolutions for helping your organization in big ways next year.
You know those organizational charts you use to visually show the structure of a company, its departments and its employees? What happens if you add additional information to your charts like performance data, work flow, or job responsibilities? Let’s look at ten ways enhanced organizational charts can help HR manage employees, make decisions, and plan for the future.
Human Resources departments in the construction and real estate industries face specific challenges. Whether it’s extreme diversity and mobility of the workforce, high turnover rates, or managing employees on multiple locations and projects, these complications place increased demands on HR personnel. Why not streamline HR tasks by using a comprehensive electronic human resources management system (HRMS) along with add-on modules designed specifically for your type of business?
Every living thing, from the simplest organism to human beings, has a life cycle. The pattern is familiar: moving from simple to more complex, from beginnings and rapid growth to maturity, decline, and death. Each stage requires specific types of nurture before moving to the next. You may not think of companies as having life cycles, but they do.