During his tenure as the head of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, Ed Foulke emphasized assistance, rather than inspections and enforcement, to improve safety.Read More
What do we do when experienced employees don't want to mentor fresh blood? Specializing in products for which experienced talent is hard to recruit, my company has to focus a lot on developing new talent and training them on the technical skills to build a critical talent pipeline. Because of the overall economic volatility, the employees feel insecure of losing what they have. We have found out through exit interviews that young talent is leaving us because they receive little help and training from their seniors. We suspect fear of losing their current position is the reason. What do we do?
— No One Cares Here, manufacturing/production, Lahore, India
We have a problem that needs resolution right away. One of our supervisors avoids dealing with a problem employee, who tends to bully others into accepting his ideas and resists collaborating with his co-workers. Each time a complaint is brought forward, this supervisor buries his head in the sand. What kind of training or intervention should we provide? How do we raise this delicate issue?
— Intimidated by the Problem, human resources specialist, nonprofit, Washington, D.C.
Brian Klepper to National Business Group on Health; D. Sangeeta to Nielsen Holdings; Nathan Christensen to HRAnswerLinkRead More
Tired workers are nothing new, but you’re in dreamland if you think having a sleepy staff isn’t a big problem for your business.Read More
With our inaugural Workforce 100 list, our goal is to provide readers with a measuring stick to assess the best companies for HR management.Read More
Les Gold is the patriarch of a family-owned pawnshop, American Jewelry and Loan in the Motor City. He recently talked to "Whatever Works" about his management style, reality TV and more.Read More
Employers, here’s your homework assignment: create some magic for your employees.Read More
People who have left the workforce for various reasons are facing professional biases and challenges that are typically unwarranted and baseless.Read More
Employee assistance programs continue to improve quality and services, but while employers are looking for bottom-line data, EAP providers lack research.Read More