Balancing Employee Resilience with Employee Needs

That's What She Said - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 08:00

One thing the pandemic has taught us is how resilient employees are across nearly all industries. Organizations and employees alike needed to trade on that resiliency to make it to today. But such resiliency is not without costs. Today’s “Faces of HR” guest spends a lot of time thinking about that balance. Meet Karen Crone, CHRO at...

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The One Benefit That Could Save You Millions When High-Volume Recruiting

EntertainHR - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

As we emerge from the pandemic and businesses begin ramping up operations to meet demand, there will be a renewed focus on hiring. The competition for quality talent will increase, and companies will be looking for recruiting advantages that are effective and cost-efficient. For companies involved in high-volume recruiting, the need for smart,...

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Acronyms and Employee Performance: List Goes On and On

EntertainHR - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

Acronyms are quick and useful abbreviations that allow us to recall lists, speeches, important facts, or procedures through the use of one word or short phrase. Such shortcuts are common in the world of employment, too, and just as useful. TIPS and tricks Acronyms are one of the oldest tricks in the book when it […] The post Acronyms and...

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A Return to the Office: When, How, and Whether

EntertainHR - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

As the United States continues to forge ahead in its vaccination efforts, many employers and employees are looking to an eventual return to the office. But employee attitudes toward remote work and concerns about the safety of reopening need to be balanced against the benefit of bringing staff back to the office. Employees Want Flexibility...

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Build the Muscle to Innovate with Trust

EntertainHR - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

The pandemic has tested the plasticity of company cultures like never before. Organizations that were flexible enough to change large parts about how they operate, and do it quickly, were able to spark innovation that will outlive the circumstances that motivated those changes in the first place. In some cases, entire businesses changed, not just...

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The One Benefit That Could Save You Millions When High-Volume Recruiting

The Oswald Letter - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

As we emerge from the pandemic and businesses begin ramping up operations to meet demand, there will be a renewed focus on hiring. The competition for quality talent will increase, and companies will be looking for recruiting advantages that are effective and cost-efficient. For companies involved in high-volume recruiting, the need for...

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Acronyms and Employee Performance: List Goes On and On

The Oswald Letter - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

Acronyms are quick and useful abbreviations that allow us to recall lists, speeches, important facts, or procedures through the use of one word or short phrase. Such shortcuts are common in the world of employment, too, and just as useful. Source: Tero Vesalainen / shutterstock TIPS and tricks Acronyms are one of the oldest tricks in the...

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A Return to the Office: When, How, and Whether

The Oswald Letter - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

As the United States continues to forge ahead in its vaccination efforts, many employers and employees are looking to an eventual return to the office. But employee attitudes toward remote work and concerns about the safety of reopening need to be balanced against the benefit of bringing staff back to the office. Source: Kelleher Photography /...

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Build the Muscle to Innovate with Trust

The Oswald Letter - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

The pandemic has tested the plasticity of company cultures like never before. Organizations that were flexible enough to change large parts about how they operate, and do it quickly, were able to spark innovation that will outlive the circumstances that motivated those changes in the first place. In some cases, entire businesses changed, not just...

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The One Benefit That Could Save You Millions When High-Volume Recruiting

Resources for Humans: - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

As we emerge from the pandemic and businesses begin ramping up operations to meet demand, there will be a renewed focus on hiring. The competition for quality talent will increase, and companies will be looking for recruiting advantages that are effective and cost-efficient. For companies involved in high-volume recruiting, the need for...

Categories: Blogs

Acronyms and Employee Performance: List Goes On and On

Resources for Humans: - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

Acronyms are quick and useful abbreviations that allow us to recall lists, speeches, important facts, or procedures through the use of one word or short phrase. Such shortcuts are common in the world of employment, too, and just as useful. Source: Tero Vesalainen / shutterstock TIPS and tricks Acronyms are one of the oldest tricks in the...

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A Return to the Office: When, How, and Whether

Resources for Humans: - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

As the United States continues to forge ahead in its vaccination efforts, many employers and employees are looking to an eventual return to the office. But employee attitudes toward remote work and concerns about the safety of reopening need to be balanced against the benefit of bringing staff back to the office. Source: Kelleher Photography /...

Categories: Blogs

Build the Muscle to Innovate with Trust

Resources for Humans: - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

The pandemic has tested the plasticity of company cultures like never before. Organizations that were flexible enough to change large parts about how they operate, and do it quickly, were able to spark innovation that will outlive the circumstances that motivated those changes in the first place. In some cases, entire businesses changed, not just...

Categories: Blogs

The One Benefit That Could Save You Millions When High-Volume Recruiting

That's What She Said - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

As we emerge from the pandemic and businesses begin ramping up operations to meet demand, there will be a renewed focus on hiring. The competition for quality talent will increase, and companies will be looking for recruiting advantages that are effective and cost-efficient. For companies involved in high-volume recruiting, the need for...

Categories: Blogs

Acronyms and Employee Performance: List Goes On and On

That's What She Said - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

Acronyms are quick and useful abbreviations that allow us to recall lists, speeches, important facts, or procedures through the use of one word or short phrase. Such shortcuts are common in the world of employment, too, and just as useful. Source: Tero Vesalainen / shutterstock TIPS and tricks Acronyms are one of the oldest tricks in the...

Categories: Blogs

A Return to the Office: When, How, and Whether

That's What She Said - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

As the United States continues to forge ahead in its vaccination efforts, many employers and employees are looking to an eventual return to the office. But employee attitudes toward remote work and concerns about the safety of reopening need to be balanced against the benefit of bringing staff back to the office. Source: Kelleher Photography /...

Categories: Blogs

Build the Muscle to Innovate with Trust

That's What She Said - Thu, 05/06/2021 - 04:00

The pandemic has tested the plasticity of company cultures like never before. Organizations that were flexible enough to change large parts about how they operate, and do it quickly, were able to spark innovation that will outlive the circumstances that motivated those changes in the first place. In some cases, entire businesses changed, not just...

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Best Practices for HR Pros Facing Increased Pressure to Improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

EntertainHR - Wed, 05/05/2021 - 04:00

Widespread social justice protests in 2020 led to an unprecedented focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at work, requiring HR leaders to ensure they’re following best practices to address the challenges. In response to the demonstrations, many employers issued strong statements confirming their commitment to racial justice and...

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Emotional Intelligence for HR

EntertainHR - Wed, 05/05/2021 - 04:00

The term “emotional intelligence” means being cognizant of your own emotions and the emotions of those around you, as well as how they are impacted by daily occurrences. Being aware of others’ emotions is a major asset, as it can improve interpersonal and working relationships and make the organization run more smoothly. In the working...

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My Love: Netflix Documentary Series Spotlights Family Farm’s Labor of Love

EntertainHR - Wed, 05/05/2021 - 04:00

The new Netflix documentary series My Love celebrates the heartwarming stories of six longtime couples across the globe. The first episode focuses on David and Ginger Isham, who have been happily married since 1959. It turns out that their love for each other is just as sweet as the maple syrup cultivated at their family […] The post...

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