There's a strong case to be made for remembering our inner marathoner, our latent persistent hunter.Read More
Performance evaluation “is a nationwide issue—and it's an issue that is not going away,” said Norm Solomon, a professor of management at Fairfield University in Connecticut. “I don't think anybody should be surprised that this issue is coming to the fore. The key thing to any evaluation system, particularly in a collective bargaining situation, is to have some buy-in by the union, a sense that this is fair."Read More
Three people management pearls of wisdom from the NFL's first week.Read More
This Labor Day, let's remember that it generally takes business leaders, workers and decent government to make a successful company, economy and society.Read More
While there exists no foolproof way to protect your workplace against the kinds of tragedies that we've seen lately, these few steps can go a long way to putting you in the best place to deter and respond.Read More
Fifty-two percent of workers indicated their employers have not distributed any communication regarding upcoming open enrollment periods. Thirty-nine percent said they were only somewhat prepared for open enrollments, while 26 percent said they were unprepared or very unprepared.Read More
Just 76 percent of organizations surveyed say they are successful at retaining star talent yet stubbornly high unemployment has lulled companies into believing they no longer need to be aggressive in recruiting and retention, according to a Sibson study.Read More
How do we determine a healthy level of turnover in our organization?
—Number, Please, human resources consultant, manufacturing, Solihull, England
Why giving free agents an 'arms-length embrace' is the way forward.