We’re hearing more people talk about engagement for contractors and temporary staff, or contingency labor. While this sounds great in theory, how plausible is it? And does it carry the same weight as engaging our direct hires?
— Enough Worries, project manager, architectural manufacturing, Memphis
Leaders' their vision begins with the organization’s overall mission and the values that will drive how team members work, treat one another and serve their markets or consumers year after year.
As I write this, Mary Barra has made few remarks regarding people plans for the world’s seventh-largest company.Read More
Stick with your employees, especially in times of difficulty and adversity. They might just surprise you, and may even do something amazing.Read More
People on the train are now talking about job prospects, their next move.Read More
What may be most effective retention strategy is something that costs next to nothing: volunteering.Read More
‘It’s not what we say that matters, but how we behave,’ said new CEO Bernard Tyson.
How should our organization define the term employee engagement?
—Open-Ended Question, staffing/HR services, Highland Mills, New York
Ram Charan, author and management consultant, has a heady warning for U.S. companies expecting business as usual to continue.Read More
A USC professor, John Boudreau has written books on the business impact of HR and the use of HR analytics. Workforce spoke with him about the state of talent management.Read More