How should HR reconcile the differing political opinions between management and employees? Management has implemented a policy of non-involvement in politics while half of the employees want to be actively involved.
Workforce-management executives can help design tools that identify and track the independence, skills and expertise of directors.Read More
There was a time when board directorships existed above the scrutiny of human resources leaders. Today, nominating committees are tapping them to create candidate profiles and conduct due diligence on potential appointments. Rob Reindl is one of the people fueling the transformation. As corporate vice president of human resources at Edwards Lifesciences, an $850 million cardiovascular technology company headquartered in Irvine, California, Reindl is deeply involved in the recruitment and selection of the company's board members.Read More
Our company’s ethics program is viewed as unimportant by management and employees. What can HR do to boost interest in our ethics program and its importance?
It takes the right message and the right messenger to bring big, bad dogs to heel.Read More
There's nothing new about the process itself. Law firms, college faculties and the military have operated under an "up or out" ethos for eons, and a number of companies, including PepsiCo, have used it for several decades.Read More
A lot depends on how fairly the system is developed, and how fair the people are who carry it out.Read More
There is a point when an organization must stop focusing on crises and begin to focus again on serving customers, making money, and creating value for shareholders.Read More
The The New York Times hopes so. The paper will hire its first assistant managing editor.Read More
In this author’s opinion, business leaders can learn the reason for nepotism policies by looking at the laundry list of scandals in college sports.Read More