If the goal is to make a million bucks in the sharing economy, go old school.
Why can't we use blood-alcohol tests, rather than breath-alcohol testing, if we reasonably suspect an employee is intoxicated?
—Sidestepping the Minefield, HR consultant, sales/consulting, Springfield, Illinois
I am working for a company that doesn’t want to spend money on recruiting, but wants lots of warm bodies to interview. I have maxed out new résumés and posting jobs on free boards. How could we get more people interested?
—Make Something From Nothing, staffing and recruiting, energy, Boston
The HR veteran and former CEO of Great Place to Work Institute has joined Globoforce as a consultant and chair of its WorkHuman advisory board.
When it comes time to demote an employee, transparency is key.
To drive results, create an environment where managers are pushing for more performance in a consistent yet humane way.
Employer policies that provide for accommodations under certain conditions, but not for pregnancy-related accommodations, may be discriminatory.
While still limited in use, EAPs can potentially provide significant benefit to employers and employees at a time when health care costs are at a premium.