A member of the Gen Z generation lets you know what they expect at work.
In order to succeed, governments need to be able to recruit, develop, and retain talented and dedicated employees who are engaged and committed to the important missions of their agencies.
Today's post comes to us from board member and HR Bartender, Sharlyn Lauby. Years ago, when I worked in the hotel industry, the company’s labor attorney would call once a year to ask a favor. It was for reservations in our restaurant on New Year’s Day. Every year. Reservations on New Year’s. Finally, I got up … Continue reading Unretirement: A New Phase in the Employee Life Cycle
Today's post comes to us from board member David Creelman. Dr. Rob Briner recently kicked off a conversation on LinkedIn about personality tools such as this one used by the National Health Service in the UK: If you’ve been around HR for any length of time you’ll have seen dozens of similar models. If … Continue reading The Difference Between A Conversation Starter and a Hiring Strategy
Workforce Institute board member John Hollon is not retiring anytime soon...
This podcast interview with Millennial experts Dan Schawbel and Bill Connolly reveals what drives Millennial managers and how their leaders can help them be successful.
New organization The Future Talent Council will identify and discuss the issues impacting the Future of Talent, and lay the groundwork for closer collaboration between employers, governments and higher education to ensure business and societal success.
Today’s post is courtesy of our board member Bob Clements. Bob is President at Axsium Group, a leading workforce management consulting firm. Workforce Management (WFM) implementations are hard. If fact, WFM is harder than almost any other system to successfully implement for two primary reasons. First, rules that govern WFM are surprisingly soft. What makes a … Continue reading The Secret to Easy Workforce Management Implementations
Extreme weather causes problems for employers and employees. Here are 7 ideas to help both.
Today is International Women's Day 2018. The first National Women's Day was observed in the US in 1909 - eleven years before American women would be given the right to vote. Now, 109 years later, women around the globe are still fighting for equal treatment in the workplace. The #MeToo movement is the most recent … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2018
How many employees are literally dying for a paycheck? What can we do to fix that?
Our research reveals how employees feel their experience can be improved at work.