Statistics show many managers and employees find performance reviews ineffective. Reassessing how your reviews are doing is valuable for any organization.
Editor-in-Chief Mike Prokopeak introduces this years 2018 Optimas Awards winners. Also, a 1961 Workforce article echoes George Orwell’s “1984.”
English-only requirements have been struck down as discriminatory where the policy included lunch hours, breaks and even private telephone conversations.
Could performance measurement, seen by many as a tiresome but necessary aspect of workforce management, soon by handled by robots?
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Antah Schindler and Neymours Children’s Health System are this year’s winners for Managing Change.
University of Utah Health, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Ultimate Software are this year’s Optimas winners for Vision.
HR Acuity, Arise Virtual Solutions and Bloomingdale’s received the top three awards for Partnership in the 2018 Optimas Awards.
Sporting events during the work week can be a distraction for employees. Nonetheless, employers are finding that they can be a great employee engagement and retention tool.
To avoid financial penalties from predictable shift laws, more organizations are adopting worker-friendly time and attendance policies.
Supply and demand has staffing providers ramping up production. Also, the 2018 Hot List for Staffing Providers.