By Md Anisur Rahman

HR / HR Tech - 54 minutes ago

The adaptable organization

Leverage Organizational Network Analysis to create a networked organization Posted by Tiffany McDowell on October 17, 2018. Network-based teams are a key component to unlocking a more flexible organization poised to deliver the agility, customer centricity, and front-line empowerment needed to succ...

HR / General - 1 hour ago

Get Started In HR Analytics In 5 Easy Steps

As adoption of analytics is increasing and interest is soaring, more and more companies are looking for ways to get started with HR analytics. In this article, I will give you a practical guide on how to get started with HR analytics in 5 steps.

HR / General - 3 hours ago

The War for Talent Is Now a Supply Chain Problem

When Cognizant, the global IT services company, realized it couldn’t hire data scientists fast enough to keep up with its needs, it started training its own. Now its program turns out data scientists in 90 days.

HR / General - 3 hours ago

my boss is a jerk to me — but only me

In today’s podcast, I talked to someone who started started a new job and her boss is being a jerk to her — but not to anyone else. Here’s the letter: My boss is a horrible, mean person. I just joined this company recently and have just hit my two-month mark. I love the company, but I...

HR / General - 5 hours ago

my employee keeps saying “at my last job, we did it a different way”

A reader writes: I have an employee who has worked for us two years now. She is constantly starting a ton of sentences with the words “at my last job…” This is becoming a huge annoyance to many people. I can’t understand how, after two years, she is still making this comparison between our way and t...

HR / General - 6 hours ago

Best of Let’s Fix Work: Jason Lauritsen

Let’s Fix Work is wrapping up its first season at the end of the month. This week, I’m highlighting some of the conversations I’ve loved. Here’s Jason Lauritsen talking about how to start small and get clear on what you want. Jason has a new book out called Unlocking High Pe...

Recruiting / Employee Engagement - 7 hours ago

How to Reduce Workplace Conflict

Workplace conflict is a challenge that every manager should know how to handle. There’s no way to completely escape it. But reducing workplace conflict can be better than resolving it. There is a need to understand that conflict may not necessarily arise from a clash of interest between employees. A...

HR / HR Tech - 8 hours ago

What Small Businesses Need to Know About Unused Sick Leave

Sick leave is one of the most common forms of employee leave offered to workers. Allowing workers to recover from an illness or injury before they return to work not only benefits the employee, it benefits the company. Paid sick time is not a requirement at the federal level: there are no nationwid...

Career / Career Strategy - 11 hours ago

Separating Extravagant Perks from Those that Yield High ROIs

Many employers think that they need to offer things like table tennis in large and custom-designed breakrooms, organic juice bars, bring-your-dog-to-work days, and free lunch every other day—especially when it comes to hiring younger employees—to retain employees and keep them happy. Source: gustavo...

HR / General - 17 hours ago

Work until you drop: how the long-hours culture is killing us

9 out of 10 Brits admitted to dragging themselves to work even when they fell sick. But the long-hours culture might be killing all of us, from high-level executives to entry-level employees. The post Work until you drop: how the long-hours culture is killing us appeared first on Blog People.

HR / General - 1 day ago

Don’t Wait For a Lawsuit to Close Your Pay Gaps

The era of employers avoiding public consequences for disparate treatment of women and minorities in the workplace is over. Employers that neglect internal issues on gender face severe legal and reputational risk in the age of #MeToo and Time’s Up.