If your company just shrank in half thanks to layoffs, make sure you retain employees still on the payroll through engagement and career planning.Read More
Jon Hyman offers four talent management tips after watching his 8-year-old daughter's rock band Cutetallica perform last weekend. Read More
Even though you may feel your company can satisfy much of what young potential hires are looking for, knowing what millennials want will affect whether or not you show up on their radar.Read More
We tackle fantasy football at work.Read More
Daryl Bennett to Prosperity Life; Dominique Grau to Agilent Technologies; and Joel Cheesman to EmployeeScreenIQ.Read More
For many, Norm will be remembered not for the scope of what he achieved or the impact it had on the professions he covered but for being a dedicated friend and colleague.Read More
How do we craft a compelling argument to justify the need to retain employees? Our agency is short of staff, yet the unit is saddled with the responsibility of keeping people and property safe by enforcing traffic rules and regulations. We are concerned about the impact of not having adequate staff and want to convince higher-ups to ensure we have the staff we need.
— Critical Need, project specialist, government, Nigeria
While desktop computers are still the go-to platform for job searches, mobile technology isn’t far behind, according to a recent surveyRead More
Our university is trying to determine the best way to calculate turnover. Is there an industry standard for how turnover is calculated in higher education?
More precisely, we aren't clear whether to base it on total employee count, number of full-time equivalents, and whether adjunct/non-tenure-track faculty should be included in the turnover ratio. We would love to know how other universities are calculating turnover ratios.
— Numbers Game, budget and finance, government, Colorado
It’s been said that leadership is defined by results. We think a better version reads: “Leadership is defining 'key results.' ”Read More