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20 Most In-Demand HR Job Titles – Jobs. Trends. Insight.

20 Most In-Demand HR Job Titles – Jobs. Trends. Insight. | Human Resources | Scoop.it

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It is important to know what are the actual  job descriptions behind each HR job title.

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It is important to know what your HR Army job title translates to in the civilian world of HR.

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cavnessHR - The Weekly CavnessHR Update

cavnessHR - The Weekly CavnessHR Update | Human Resources | Scoop.it
The Weekly CavnessHR Update - a repeat of an old blog
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cavnessHR - The weekly cavnessHR Update

cavnessHR - The weekly cavnessHR Update | Human Resources | Scoop.it
The weekly cavnessHR Update - a long slog in the mud
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cavnessHR - Weekly cavnessHR Update

cavnessHR - Weekly cavnessHR Update | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Weekly cavnessHR Update - another eventful week
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What CEOs Get Wrong About Vision and How to Get It Right

What CEOs Get Wrong About Vision and How to Get It Right | Human Resources | Scoop.it

Many executives don’t understand how to craft a compelling vision for change that will gain widespread commitment within their organizations. Leaders should start by asking themselves: What will people see, hear, and feel once the changes have been achieved?


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The thing about the vision thing. Is that you have to craft to where everyone understand the vision. This is of course easier said than done
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Why You Need This One Trait to Build a Successful Company Culture

Why You Need This One Trait to Build a Successful Company Culture | Human Resources | Scoop.it

How would you describe a superpower in the workplace? Words such as “inspirational,” “influential” and “powerful” would come to mind, but you would rarely think of “empathetic.”

 

Empathy is a skill which is often overlooked in the workplace. Determined by Frans de Waal as the “social glue that holds human society together,” empathy refers to the awareness of one’s own and other people’s feelings, needs and concerns. Having the ability to be empathetic has been proven to prevent poor morale, misunderstandings and conflicts, consequently enabling a person to build significant and long-lasting relationships with others. Empathy therefore is the underrated key ingredient for both personal and professional success.


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Empathy is a very important skill to build your company culture around.
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The Learning Factor's curator insight, August 17, 7:22 PM

Having this skill is like having a workplace superpower.

rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, August 17, 11:45 PM
Empathy is perhaps the single most important trait that goes into a successful company! The expression of empathy, eagerness to know more about how your employees feel, the ability to find time for employees are all things that make your company a great place to work in. Unfortunately, the culture of empathy is the most overlooked one because of the need to compete and produce results. We have become mechanical in our dealings with subordinates and even colleagues! 
 
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cavnessHR - cavnessHR Business Feasibility and Market Research

cavnessHR - cavnessHR Business Feasibility and Market Research | Human Resources | Scoop.it
cavnessHR Business Feasibility and Market Research - that was submitted to the businessimpactnw pitch competition.
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cavnessHR - cavnessHR weekly update

cavnessHR - cavnessHR weekly update | Human Resources | Scoop.it
cavnessHR weekly update - What has been going on with cavnessHR and going all in with cavnessHR
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cavnessHR - Mid-Point Review

cavnessHR - Mid-Point Review | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Mid-Point Review - How I have done so far in meeting my yearly goals
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Five ways to get your employees to change 

Five ways to get your employees to change  | Human Resources | Scoop.it


Behaviour change is really hard! If you’ve ever tried to give up smoking or do more exercise you’ll know what I mean. There are so many factors that weigh in on it: personal, social, cultural, organisational – getting it right is very difficult.

But, it is the holy grail of learning and there are some things that you can do to help smooth the way to successful change:

Focus


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Everyone says they are open to change. But the truth is that people prefer the norm.
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5 Ways Mobile Technology Enhances Your Workplace - eLearning Industry

5 Ways Mobile Technology Enhances Your Workplace - eLearning Industry | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Want to know how Mobile Technology Enhances Your Workplace? Check 5 ways in which Mobile Technology Enhances Your Workplace.

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But how do you convince those who are tech adverse?
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The vital company metric .. no one is tracking

The vital company metric .. no one is tracking | Human Resources | Scoop.it
One out of every five of my employees won’t be in their roles next year. And I couldn’t be happier. Millennial job hopping has understandably created

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I know this is not the norm. But I have always been happy for someone when they have found a better role for themselves. Even if it is somewhere else.
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Carla Gentry CSPO's curator insight, March 23, 2:09 PM
It's call "Career Pathing" and Talent Analytics Corp does this VERY well " How’s an employee supposed to know what goes on in other departments, let alone what roles need to be filled?"
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The 43 best websites for learning something new - Business Insider

The 43 best websites for learning something new - Business Insider | Human Resources | Scoop.it
With so much learning content available, exploring only the best stuff on the web is crucial for your time and sanity.

We’ve saved you all those hours of painful Google searching with this list of great knowledge sources, inspiring blogs, tools, communities and course platforms that will help you discover fresh ideas or master new skills.

The final list was manually compiled by our expert panel from +250 nominees based on a scoring system analysing learning experience, content quality, and price.

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There are so many avenues to learn.
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Victor Ventura's curator insight, March 13, 8:18 AM
This is intriguing, you need to check out the list and couple of the recommended websites.
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cavnessHR - The Weekly cavnessHR Update

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The Weekly cavnessHR Update - posting podcasts
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cavnessHR - Weekly cavnessHR Update

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Weekly cavnessHR Update - the pace is picking up and some great news
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cavnessHR - cavnessHR Update

cavnessHR - cavnessHR Update | Human Resources | Scoop.it
cavnessHR Update - sometimes the more you do, the more you have to do
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cavnessHR - cavnessHR Weekly Update

cavnessHR - cavnessHR Weekly Update | Human Resources | Scoop.it
cavnessHR Weekly Update - We have lots going on
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cavnessHR - Weekly cavnessHR Update

cavnessHR - Weekly cavnessHR Update | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Weekly cavnessHR Update - starting off slow and finishing with a bang!!!
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The weekly cavnessHR update. The week started slow and finished with a bang. 
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cavnessHR - Weekly cavnessHR Update

cavnessHR - Weekly cavnessHR Update | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Weekly cavnessHR Update - update on the progress of cavnessHR
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6 Tips for Dealing with a Difficult Person by Eric Stutzman

6 Tips for Dealing with a Difficult Person by Eric Stutzman | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Eric Stutzman

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These are all great recommendations. But some difficult people will suck the life out of you. When this happens it may be time to look for a new position.
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Aditya Keshav's comment, July 14, 12:57 AM
Check this out Things Highly Influential People Always do to convince others - http://sco.lt/6bGbQH
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Unfortunately, difficult people are everywhere. Learn how to handle them. 

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cavnessHR - Finding a Technical Co Founder for cavnessHR

cavnessHR - Finding a Technical Co Founder for cavnessHR | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Finding a Technical Co Founder for cavnessHR - hint - I am still looking
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Finding a match for a Co Founder is not easy.
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The perfect match, HR analytics and strategy

The perfect match, HR analytics and strategy | Human Resources | Scoop.it
So what would be interesting for HR to investigate in your organisation? Is this the number of regretted leavers, the drivers of absenteeism or

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HR Analytics are useless if they are not being used to improve the business.
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Marshall Alston's curator insight, July 6, 12:44 PM
I have worked as a Human Resource professional for many years. I have seen many trends.  Human Resource analytics and strategy make sense.  Take a look at this article to find out more about it.
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3 Things You Must Do to Clean Up Your Facebook Profile

3 Things You Must Do to Clean Up Your Facebook Profile | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Graduating means job hunting. Job hunting means doing a social media review.

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Everyone should have their personal FB profile to friends only. You can easily change certain posts to public. For people with it set to public for all posts. I have to question their judgement.
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How to Preserve Your Company Culture While Scaling Your Business

How to Preserve Your Company Culture While Scaling Your Business | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Growing your business is a good thing. But sometime while you are growing your revenues, customers, and your staff expands you may face new management challenges in your business. There are often struggles with cash flow, building new processes and maintaining your company culture. There’s a big difference between being a mom and pop shop to adding managers to your business.

When your business is small, it is easy to adopt a casual company culture where employees get their work done on their own timeframe rather than punching a clock. But what happens when you have a much larger team and multiple projects to manage? You will need to put formal processes in place as it may become difficult to hold a larger staff accountable for deliverables.

Here’s how you can find that balance between scaling your business and keeping your company culture.

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Everyone wants their business to grow. But how can you grow your business while still preserving your culture. HR can help you do this.
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David Hain's curator insight, March 24, 5:39 AM

The challenge of preserving the founding spirit while growing numbers and bottom line...

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, March 28, 10:51 AM

Interesting thought.  The key is what parts of a founding culture are good to keep and which need to evolve.  There is a sweet spot but it is unique to each company.

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8 Human Resources KPIs to Measure Employee Success

8 Human Resources KPIs to Measure Employee Success | Human Resources | Scoop.it
Use following eight human resources KPIs to measure employee success and increase overall efficiency and profitability of the company
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If you are HR, you should be tracking something and just not the fun stuff.
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