On August 21, @shrmnextchat chatted with Ben Watts, CEO of wattsnext Australia, and Sue-Ellen “Sel” Watts, founder of wattsnext Australia and founder and CEO of wattsnextPX about Hacking HR - Little Things that Make All the Difference.
As an HR professional, you’re in one of the most emotionally demanding professions around. That’s the case because you are bombarded by the various emotions of every person you encounter throughout your day. This isn’t bad. It’s just a fact. The result of this is that HR pros are flat worn out. This is the type of tired that goes to your bones. And, it can become a daily reality.
Global professional Leo Moncada explains why every HR job these days involves a multicultural workforce.
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On August 14, @shrmnextchat chatted with Rob Shepard (@rob_shepard), industrial/organizational psychologist at SHL, and Christy Smith (@ChristyGMSmith), a talent strategy consultant at SHL about Boosting Candidate Attraction.
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As digitalization and the accompanying democratization of work disrupt traditional business models, organizations are adopting more agile, tech-enabled ways of working. Today, employers are deconstructing jobs and dispersing work around the globe to be completed by diverse pools of talent ranging from free agents to alliance partners to full-time employees.
Delia Ortiz explains what it's like to find talent that automated systems might overlook and what it means to give those people a chance at success.
Changing the way that you interact with candidates in your selection process is crucial to your organization’s future success. — Rob Shepard, Industrial/Organizational Psychologist
We all get caught up in our daily lives and the “grind.” Even if you love what you do as much as I do, you may sometimes stop for a moment, and think “What am I doing?” I had one of these moments two weeks ago, and the reminder about what I’m doing and why it matters came in the form of 26 exchange visitors from India and the Philippines.
Today’s biggest societal issues are also workplace issues. As the voice of all things work, we have an opportunity to bring SHRM’s thought leadership to one of the most unique and influential events in the world: the 2020 South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival in Austin, TX, March 16-22.
Every organization needs its teams to deliver a high level of performance to succeed in today’s business environment. Author Omar L. Harris offers clear guidance on how to hire for, support, and guide high-performance teams.
What are some tips to hiring employees to fit into high-performing teams?
Changing the way that you interact with candidates in your selection process is crucial to your organization’s future success.
On August 7, @shrmnextchat chatted with Christopher Mullen, Ph.D., SHRM-SCP, director of strategic advisory, Kronos Inc. (@chrismmullen) about Work Inspired: How to Build an Organization Where Everyone Loves to Work.
Janet Garber tells her harrowing story about a terminated employee and his bag of knives.
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Imagine a company where everyone loves to work. Where employees feel truly cared for, respected and energized. Think of the impact this would have on recruitment, retention, customer satisfaction, innovation and overall company performance.
In today’s booming labor market, organizations cannot afford to lose one of their most important assets: their employees. This is the first time in decades that there are more jobs than there are employees to fill those jobs.
According to Myers-Briggs, more than 88 percent of Fortune 500 companies use assessment tools for people development globally. Why is workplace communication important? Because it enables people to be productive and efficient.
People do better work when they feel appreciated and valued. That’s why it’s important to recognize and reward employees for their efforts and contributions.
One thing becomes apparent when you step in the expo hall at Annual SHRM: the number of HR & Payroll outsourcing solutions is overwhelming. There’s over 1,289 HCM companies listed in SHRM’s vendor directory, and many of those companies seem to be here.
Making a hiring decision is really hard. I don’t care if it’s your first time or your 1,000th time - evaluating a person for a job isn’t easy.
I’ve been attending annual SHRM conferences for 12 years now, and this annual conference is distinctively different for one key reason:
WE ARE AT THE LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN 50 YEARS
Translation? Recruiting employees in 2019 is difficult.
Over the last decade, most HR leaders have been obsessed by the role of millennials at work and figuring out how to meet the different expectations and needs of these young workers.
Certainly, this has been important work. But, leaders need to be aware of a much bigger demographic challenge ahead: the role of people over the age of 55.