Have you ever noticed leaders spend a lot of time talking about talent, only to make the same mistakes over and over again? Few things in business are as costly and disruptive as unexpected talent departures.
I’ve written before that employee engagement isn’t an “initiative” and it most certainly isn’t a “survey.” Yes, surveys and planning are part of the process, but the end goal is to create a culture in which employees want to …...
In the world of human resources you hear certain terms and phrases quite frequently, such as “the seat at the table” or “put the HUMAN in human resources,” and although these terms are batted around a lot, there is something authentic about them.
My friends at TemboSocial sent me their most recent infographic on social recognition and it prompted me to take a few minutes to dive a little deeper into their recent whitepaper on why social recogn...
As companies like Twitter and Facebook become household names, social media continues to advance toward the mainstream. Many companies’ HR Departments, however, still resist using social media or allowing employees to access social media sites at work.
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