The Scientific Method isn't Just for Scientists

Today's guest post is by Sharlyn Lauby, the HR Bartender and a member of the Workforce Institute board of advisors.  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 was a scientist and science … Continue reading The Scientific Method isn't Just for Scientists

4 Components to Building an Innovative Culture

Today’s guest post is courtesy of Sharlyn Lauby, better known as the HR Bartender. Earlier this summer, Kronos recognized several companies in its annual Innovator Awards. The Kronos Innovator Awards were created to acknowledge partners that have created innovative solutions to effectively manage their workforce. You can read more about this year’s winners here. It got … Continue reading 4 Components to Building an Innovative Culture

HR Bartender's 5 considerations for a mobile device policy

Today's guest post is courtesy of Sharlyn Lauby, better known as the HR Bartender. Sharlyn, William Tincup and I recently published this podcast about the growth of mobile devices in workforce management. In today's post, Sharlyn expands on her recommendations to organizational leaders who are considering the adoption of mobile devices.  Read on and let … Continue reading HR Bartender's 5 considerations for a mobile device policy

Guest Blog Post from #hrbartender – Absenteeism is a Global Business Problem

Today's guest post is courtesy of Sharlyn Lauby, The HR Bartender.  I met Sharlyn at KronosWorks last week in Las Vegas, where we had the opportunity to get to know each other a bit.  As Sharlyn notes below, and we've written about before, absenteeism is a significant and costly business issue around the globe. During … Continue reading Guest Blog Post from #hrbartender – Absenteeism is a Global Business Problem