Party on, human resource professionals. You guys do it well.
The 'Workplace of the Future' scraps cube farms for lounges, public desks and private work rooms.Read More
Fox debuted its new reality show, 'Does Someone Have To Go?', which Entertainment Weekly bills as 'Survivor' meets 'The Office.' I was glued to the TV, and will be through this show's run. Read More
Restoring broken trust is based on behavior, not words, slogans or talking points. Because trust is breached by actions, it takes other key actions to repair it.Read More
Online dating company eHarmony expects to be matching job seekers with prospective employers by the second half of 2014. Read More
We have implemented lean-management and it has worked well for us. It is strongly supported and maintained. We are a print company of 40 people. How much time per week should we spend keeping tabs on our lean-management processes?
—Staying Lean, publishing/communications, Onalaska, Wisconsin
As trust is based on actions not words, our gut-level understanding of actual conduct and deeds determines who we conclude is trustworthy and not. Read More
Whether you like it or not, social media has turned each of your employees into a brand ambassador. Can you afford to have your brand sullied by the offensive or racists rants of one of your employees? Read More
The Yahoo CEO should have seized the chance to shape the debate about telecommuting as a managerial issue. Read More
If you hope to claim an undue hardship defense to a religious accommodation claim based on your company's image, you need to have the hard data to back your claim. Hypothetical hardships likely will not carry the day.Read More