Todd Raphael thinks that companies will no longer seek leaders who are skilled at verbal gymnastics.
Articles by Todd Raphael
The author says that we can’t automate our way out of the labor shortage.
Employee satisfaction does not guarantee success. In fact, it may not mean much at all.
Employees with disabilities have above-average records in job performance, attendance, and safety.
When everyone wants to work for you, you’re doing something right.
Hiring costs are such a small percentage of an employee’s value that figuring cost-per-hire is usually a waste of time.
E-mail is a good thing, in this author’s opinion, but when done in large doses, it invites miscommunication and even lawsuits.
HR pros at smaller companies now have more confidence that HRMS products will do what they want. More companies are either upgrading their systems or buying their first ones.
Some employees have convinced themselves that the beloved 401(k) will rescue them like Prince Charming. A nice thought, except that it’s not true.
By suspending the payroll tax, we help lower-income employees as much as we help higher-income employees.