Brett Farmiloe is the Founder and CEO – and currently CHRO - of Terkel.io, a platform where business leaders can answer questions related to their expertise and get published in articles featuring their
insights. Brett is a #SHRM22Influencers and has also been a keynote speaker at several state SHRM conferences around the topic of employee engagement.
Taking time off is something many people will avoid when job security is at the forefront of someone’s mind. As a leader or HR professional, navigating how to go about asking employees to use their paid-time-off during these times can be a challenging task.
The term team management gets thrown around a lot in professional settings. And while these are necessary for high levels of performance, it’s important to address what comprises team management skills.
A great source of knowledge on this topic comes from individuals who skillfully manage people on a regular basis.
HR is a profession that requires continuous professional development.
Human resources professionals are an integral part of every business. It’s important they are taking care of their needs so they can fully assist others.
Knowing the tangible impact employees are having on your business is critical. In order to do so, you need an effective performance management program. The way this program looks varies from business to business. So we asked 10 HR experts to share their top tips for measuring employee impact.
Read on to learn about the varying methods of tracking this important metric.
Small businesses often have to compete against bigger companies who can offer candidates better benefits and higher compensation. This means that small businesses have to innovate in order to compete. Whether it’s company culture, diversity, or purpose, it’s imperative to find something that sets you apart from the corporations.
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.
It’s no secret that employee stress caused by finances can have a substantial impact on your business.
Compensation. Student loans. Retirement. Having enough money to take a vacation in order to post a finely crafted social media selfie with an exotic backdrop. All that stuff adds up.
If I were to do a word cloud of all conversations taking place at the SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition, perhaps the no.1 word in that cloud would be:
The mantra of virtually every CEO is that “people are our most important asset.”
HR naturally aims to support this vision by developing people through an employee training and development program.
This interview is with Mark Donohue, CEO & Founder of Life Guides.
Who is LifeGuides!? Tell us everything, just as you would someone approaching your booth and asking you this question at #SHRM19 in Las Vegas.
This is a 2019 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition (#SHRM19) interview is with Brink’s Money Paycard, a simple payroll solution. Below is a quick Q&A with Jonathan Ginsberg.
This is a 2019 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition (#SHRM19) interview is with Wells Fargo, who will be promoting their Wells Fargo at Work financial wellness services. Below is a quick Q&A with Michael Proctor, who leads the national client division of this program.
This is a 2019 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition (#SHRM19) interview is with TRC Global Mobility, a 100 percent employee-owned relocation management company. Below is a quick Q&A with Jerry Furnaro, the Vice President of Global Marketing.
This is a 2019 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition (#SHRM19) interview is with Appcast, a developer of programmatic job advertising technology. Below is a quick Q&A with Annie Pullen, Marketing Manager.
This is a 2019 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition (#SHRM19) interview is with True Colors International, a global consulting and training company. Below is a quick Q&A with the CEO, Robert Cook.