Instead of grouping all the people-related activities together under HR, businesses should organize them according to types of service provided — and move a couple of them to other functions altogether.
70% Of Workers Aren't Engaged -- What About The Managers? Forbes Secondly, all HR executives with whom we talk believe they have evidence that far more than 30% of their workforce is engaged. Finally, our personal ...
In an excellent Barron’s article from earlier this year titled “It’s Not the Earnings, It’s ‘The Metrics’ That Really Matter,” Tiernan Ray writes:
“The Metrics are those details of an earnings announcement that defy traditional headline news, the sort of stuff buried a paragraph or two down in the press release, below the revenue and earnings numbers, that can be scanned by non-human eyes before it can be fully absorbed by the human mind.”
The prime example, he writes, was Twitter’s fourth-quarter 2013 earnings report. Twitter beat Wall Street’s expectations and projected higher revenue for this year. Then its stock tanked 24%.
Why? This metric:
1. ‘Active’ users were lower than expectations.
LinkedIn provided another example. It too announced earnings in Q4 2013 that beat expectations, but beneath the revenue numbers were these unsatisfying metrics
Even though there is a trend toward open-space workplaces, views about the effectiveness of this design vary widely. Fast Company editors Jason Feifer and Anjali Mullany take up this debate in a FC interview for an article titled, “Two Cube...
7 Hottest Trends In HR Technology Forbes I'm heading out to Las Vegas now for #HRTechConf. It's always a fascinating and elucidating experience, and a chance to catch up with friends, clients and colleagues and of course – the parties.
Many companies have health and wellness programs in place for employees, whether it be through cash based wellness-incentives or physical programs like exercise classes, challenges, or … (Doing Good Is Good: How Volunteering Makes For a Healthier ...
In an era of social media dominance where employer branding continues to develop around the world, HR and marketing departments are now being challenged by executives for control of the Employer Brand strategy in new survey findings ...
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