The capacity to master employee communication in crucial moments is not only a predictor of individual managerial effectiveness, it is also one of the most powerful drivers of organizational performance.
As private as a bathroom might feel, just assume that everything said in a public bathroom is not private.
Aggregate health data can help organizations understand big picture trends, but if this data could easily be used against an employee, is that trade-off worth it?
Language and social norms change across the globe. Employees need targeted training to effectively communicate across cultures.
Free yoga classes or teaching employees how to use mindfulness to reduce stress are not the medical equivalent of seeing a therapist or accessing an outpatient center.
An Indiana school district had a different way to train its employees to prepare for an active shooter.
Managers and employees need to be trained in the right times to use various communication technologies for maximum effectiveness.
An Australian court was not persuaded that a gassy supervisor’s flatulence directed at an employee were illegal.
Employers feel they do not have the information to make decisions on substance use disorder strategies, yet relevant data is at an all-time high.
HR leader Todd Carlisle offers his thoughts on AI in recruiting, keeping the ‘human’ in human resources and the challenges of HR at a small company.