Our board member David Creelman and Grand Rounds CHRO Peter Navin discuss the new role for CHRO's as the CMO of People. How's your talent funnel?
Today’s post is from Claire Richardson, director, the Workforce Institute at Kronos & vice president EMEA Professional Services, Kronos Just as the new year commenced, we at the Workforce Institute at Kronos put our heads together and thought about what was to come in 2019. From that lively conversation, we shared our 2019 workforce predictions … Continue reading Be an Authentic Leader
Is your employee experience strategy more like faux love or real love?
We know that compensation and benefits include salary, benefits, perks, and incentives. What’s important here is that employees are being offered the right salary, benefits, perks, and incentives. Organizations need to offer packages that are externally competitive and internally equitable. Otherwise, employees will be easily swayed by the competition.
There are currently twelve ISO standards for HR that are helping to elevate the profession.
In the hospitality sector, many of us have fallen into what I think of as “the availability trap”: running our consumer-facing businesses on the whim of a 17-year-old who wants to work, but also attend band practice three afternoons a week.
You will have unplanned absenteeism as a result of the Super Bowl. Here are some tips about how to make the Super Bowl work for your workplace.
Today's post is submitted by Joyce Maroney, Executive Director of the Workforce Institute. Yesterday we hosted a fast and furious tweetchat to expand upon the predictions for 2019 workplace trends that we issued earlier in January. We were joined by several of our board members, as well as visitors. We posed the following questions for conversation and debate. Read on following the questions to see a full … Continue reading 2019 Workplace Predictions Tweetchat
Joyce Maroney and Brandon Laws discuss research that suggests the 4 day workweek may not be a fantasy.
A new book by Nick Chater, The Mind is Flat, might challenge our beliefs on how to select and motivate employees.
A recent research report “Beyond HR Metrics: HR Analytics” issued by the organization where I work, International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR), sheds light on why and how public sector HR professionals are implementing HR analytics programs at their organizations.
Every year at this time, we ask our board members around the world what they think will be the most important workplace trends in the coming year. Although we usually have tried to limit ourselves to 5 top trends, this year we found 6 recurring themes among the prognostications of this insightful group.