Dedra Castle to Rite Aid; Alice Fei to Comcast Spectator; and Michael Court to Hydrogen Group.Read More
Years after HR departments first started using mobile to find and recruit potential employees, more are integrating it into internal workforce management functions as well.Read More
We have been doing research regarding virtual organizations — particularly related to training and the role that managers play. How we do get our organization to adapt/embrace this new way of working?
— Changing World, assistant HR specialist, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
In our recent employee opinion survey, staff in the finance department identified rewards, recognition and career advancement as their top three concerns. Which area should we focus on improving first?
— Priority Setter, Utilities, South Carolina
How do we recruit (or groom) “contagious” leaders — people who spread their skills and develop more leaders? I know it won’t be easy, but give me some idea how to go about establishing this type of leadership culture.
— Leadership Sickness, Oil and Mining, Alabama
Progressive companies have been rapidly redesigning the workplace, rooting out the cubicle farm and replacing them with open tables and shared work “pods.”Read More
Employers have a legal and moral duty to protect their employees from harm where the harm can be reasonably anticipated.Read More
The reason for the presser, of course, was to help quell the firestorm of controversy and confusion swirling around SHRM’s May 12 announcement that it is entering the certification process.Read More
If you're servicing a profession as an association, you might want to think before you try and take down an entire certification system.Read More
General Electric Software’s chief experience officer outlines five ways to design better e-learning experiences.Read More