The Scientific Method for HR

This post by Sharlyn Lauby, the HR Bartender and a member of the Workforce Institute board of advisors, is one of the most popular we've ever published.  Sharlyn writes about how the scientific method of investigation can be applied to solving problems in a business environment.  This topic is near and dear to my heart as I … Continue reading The Scientific Method for HR

Smarter Working Practices: How to harness human potential and support wellbeing in an always-on world

What are we doing with our people, our time and our use of technology? Is it making us happier and more efficient or are at least some of the outcomes dangerous? Smart employers need to pay attention to these questions… and find better answers.