Mary Kaylor is the Manager of Public Affairs for SHRM. She is on Twitter at @SHRMKaylor
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Ready or not, here they come.
In just a few months, the Class of 2017 will be taking the full-time leap into the workforce.
Starting a new job can be awkward at any age, but even more so for new graduates—and all new young professionals—who are entering the workforce for the first time.
The average person has between 25,000 to 50,000 thoughts per day -- and many of them are negative.
Taking five minutes a day to be still, breathe and organize your thoughts, removing or "re-filing" the bad ones, can be a great stress buster.
In his latest video on meditation, Dr. Woody chats with Pandit Dasa, The Urban Monk, about simple ways to use meditation to combat stress at work so you can be happier and healthier.
On March 22, @shrmnextchat chatted with the #SHRM17 Bloggers for #Nextchat: #SHRM17 Bloggers Are All In - In Real Life.
In case you missed this super-informative chat packed with tips and advice that will help you prepare for #SHRM17 you can read all the tweets here:
Are you ready to go “all in” on your HR education?
In "Episode Two" of the series Mindful Meditation, Pandit Dasa, "The Urban Monk", shares tips with organizational psychologist Dr. Woody for helping beginners get their meditation routine started. All you need is five minutes and a bit of discipline.
On March 15, SHRM participated in Media Planet's #WorkBetterChat Twitter Chat that focused on conveying the importance of employee well-being initiatives in the workplace as a driving force for businesses. The chat invited HR professionals,C-suite executives, benefit and wellness managers as well as overall key business decision makers to encourage an open dialogue about the benefits of investing in employee wellness programs.
Do you dread your annual performance review?
You’re not alone.
Is your organization “going with the flow” of the ever-evolving workplace or becoming stagnated by outdated talent strategies?
The new world of work is responding to societal changes and sociocultural shifts by breaking down traditional barriers in the workplace and empowering employees to bring their whole selves to work to become more than a profession, title or job description.
Who are the absolute best recruiters now?
Artificial intelligence (AI) has come a long way, and the journey is not over yet. Not only can AI currently guide you to the best burger or the closest cup of coffee, it can also help you quickly and efficiently find the best job candidates.
On February 15, @shrmnextchat chatted with Kristen Harcourt,
The HR profession is known for its catchphrases, and the expression “war for talent” is a phrase that is certain to produce a lively debate.
Whether you think the war is over or is only getting more intense, one thing is clear: It’s critical that talent managers are informed about the latest trends to remain competitive.
"Too much work. Too little pay. Too many technological advancements." According to the SHRM Online article Workplace Burnout at 'Epidemic Proportions' by Dana Wilkie, there are many reasons employee burnout is higher than ever.