“I’ll take FLSA for $1,000, Alex.”
Mary Kaylor is Lead, Public Affairs at SHRM. She is on Twitter at @SHRMKaylor.
“I’ll take FLSA for $1,000, Alex.”
On May 22, @shrmnextchat chatted with @JenniferMcClure about The 4 Strategies to Meet Business Challenges and Deliver Maximum Impact on Results #SHRM19.
If you missed this excellent chat and preview to Jennifer's #SHRM19 mega session, you can read all the tweets here or below:
On May 15, @shrmnextchat chatted with @TimSackett and @kris_dunn about The Nine Faces of HR and the Future of HR Technology.
If you missed this excellent chat you can read all the tweets here or below:
You've heard the buzzwords about becoming a great HR leader: find a seat at the table; get strategic; know the business. But the hard yet compelling reality is that every HR professional can be classified as one of nine “faces” or personas. Some can find the seat, get strategic and know the business—and others can't.
On May 8, @shrmnextchat chatted with #SHRM19 speaker and Vice President of HR for LaRosa's Pizzeria, Inc. Steve Brown, @sbrownehr about HR Rising !! - From Ownership to Leadership.
If you missed this excellent chat which was a preview of his session at #SHRM19, you can read all the tweets here or below:
There’s no question that the human resources profession has seen dramatic shifts in the past 10 years. We’ve experienced transformation on many technology fronts in the workplace, which has provided HR the opportunity and ability to shape, define and implement the people practices that will drive a business’s success in the new world of work.
Ask any HR professional about the workplace issues that create some of the biggest job-related headaches, and managing leaves of absence will most likely be at the top of the list.
Do you feel like some of the time you spend at work is being wasted? You’re not alone! As it turns out, many employees could probably get their jobs done in shorter workdays, but inefficient processes, interruptions, meetings and other daily distractions hamper the ability to focus and to complete the work that needs to get done.
Think about the last candidate you interviewed for an open position in your organization. You were most likely focused on finding someone with the skills and experience needed to meet the qualifications for the job. But did you consider curiosity?
Every year, nearly 700,000 people are released from prison. Unfortunately, these individuals can find themselves locked out of the job market due to outdated employment practices that continue to present barriers to their hiring. With the unemployment rate below 4 percent, however, this is no longer a practical strategy for organizations.
Creating better workplaces starts with a commitment to excellence. And there's no better place to begin or continue this commitment than the 2019 SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition – #SHRM19.
HR professionals wear many hats these days, not only within the traditional boundaries of their profession but across the organization.
Lately, they’ve been doing a lot of marketing.
Katharine Mobley is an award-winning marketer who is blazing a trail for the next generation of women in technology. With over 20 years’ experience in her field, she has witnessed drastic changes in marketing and advertising and the impact they’ve had on technology companies. She is a highly regarded marketing maven, as well as a self-proclaimed data geek and social media addict.
Technology now allows us to live and work in a borderless world. A diverse workforce is more important than ever to increasing an organization’s capacity for innovation and maintaining a competitive advantage in this global marketplace.