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After a one-time ‘catch-up adjustment,’ the fines will continue to keep pace with the rate of inflation.Read More
How do we use big data to inform our hiring decisions?
—Analyze This, talent management consultant, software/services/technology, San Jose, California
How should first-line supervisors deal with an agency head who continually encourages subordinates to bypass their supervisors in making reports about employee performance, work relations, and/or operations? Speaking to this agency head has already been tried and failed. This encouragement comes in the form of an "open door" policy, enabling behavior such a listening instead asking them to address with their supervisor first, and even sometimes via direct instructions to do so.
—Frustrated and Discouraged, government, Phoenix
Aside from restarting raises, how else could we reward employees whose pay has been relatively flat during the past several years?
—Money Isn't Everything, staff development, hospitality and travel, Washington, D.C.
Business school professors, career service professionals and recruiters need to help students temper expectations so they can better appreciate the first-job experience.Read More
Sierra Nevada HR Manager Deborah Gutman talks culture, recruiting and how the craft beer industry collaborates on talent issues.Read More
IT professionals explain why a new C-suite position might be necessary for companies to perform competitively in the future.Read More
I never knew true, unbridled fear until I spent time searching online tech forums. Real monsters lurk there.Read More
Offering foreign language benefits information can cut costs, improve productivity and create a more engaged workforce.Read More