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Business Acumen for HR Leaders
30.08.2017 16:01

Editor’s Note: This is the first of five articles in our Jack Bucalo series “Making HR a True Business Partner.” Subscribe to HR Exchange Network to receive our newsletter and access all of our valuable content, including future articles, columns, videos, reports and more.

 
Are You Truly Invested in Your Talent?
30.08.2017 15:59

Investment in human capital is proven to increase a company’s ability to produce and profit. With so many challenges facing today’s Human Resources executives in a constantly changing environment, Talent Management (TM) is sometimes pushed to the peripheral. It should, however, be a cornerstone for companies that value their talent.

 
Work And Sleep
20.07.2017 00:00

Research from the University of Iowa has shown that police officers sleeping less than six hours per night are more susceptible to chronic fatigue and health problems, including:

 
Technology is King in HR!
20.07.2017 00:00

As with all departments, human resource functions are being tasked with doing more with less.  The answer to that is easily achieved through technology solutions available, but there are so many options, where do we turn?  And in smaller organizations the budget doesn’t exist for large-scale implementation.

 
Separating Compensation Theory from Reality
22.06.2017 00:00

I once supervised a compensation analyst who had spent a great deal of time attending professional seminars and workshops to learn about Compensation, as part of her professional development.

 
Recruiting and Hiring Top-Quality Employees
22.06.2017 00:00

As all employers quickly learn, there's a world of difference between a worker who's correctly matched to their job and their organization, and one who is not.

 
HR Can’t Change Company Culture by Itself
29.05.2017 00:00

A strong culture is vital for organizational success – as evidenced by the relationship between culture and leadership, employee commitment, customer satisfaction, and innovation. But “strong” doesn’t mean fixed. As the organizational goals and strategy change over time, so too should culture intentionally be changed. The best leaders ask, “Who do we need to be (culture) in order to achieve what we’re trying to do (strategic goals)?” But there’s one barrier that holds many organizations back from genuine and successful culture change: ownership. The first question to ask when culture change is on the horizon should not be, “How do we go about this?” but rather, “Who owns this?”

 
Bad At Your Job? Maybe It's the Job’s Fault
03.05.2017 00:00

A poorly designed job can work against even the most dedicated employee, setting the person up to fail. Robert Simons explains how to gauge whether an employee's position offers the right mix of organizational support and responsibility.

 
HR should be more innovative when it comes to recruiting interns
27.04.2017 00:00

With companies coming under increasing pressure to make the correct hiring decisions and recruit the best candidates for any available role, HR heads have to be at the very top of their game.

 
What Recruiters Want
27.04.2017 00:00

A recent study from leading North American recruitment firm Rosenzweig & Company highlights how potential employees can best respond to increased use of recruiters as the economy recovers.

 
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