The 6 Most Popular HR Articles for November
With all of the content published and shared these days, it can be tough to keep up with all the best stuff. For that reason, we’ve rounded up the best HR and Business related articles from November for you in this one post.
And if you think we missed something really great, add it to the comments on LinkedIn >>
Are You Smarter Than a Walmart HR Manager?
From Suzanne Lucas on Evil HR Lady
Walmart just entered into a Consent Decree with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), which includes a $72,500 payout to Laura Jones, additional training for store employees, and posting a sign regarding disability accommodation. Why?
In the Future, Hiring for Jobs Using “Experience” Will Be STUPID
From Neil Morelli on Fistful of Talent
When it comes to choosing the right job candidate, “job experience” is a crude and unwieldy tool.
3 Things HR Directors Are Thankful For
From the Balance Point Team on Balance Point
With Thanksgiving this week, we thought it would be a good time to reflect on some things that HR Directors can be thankful for. With a constantly growing landscape of available resources for businesses, some things are ever-changing (like technology) and others will always remain consistent (like service quality and relationships).
High Potential and High Performing Are Two Different Things
From Sharlyn Lauby on HR Bartender
The retention strategies for high potential employees differs from the strategies for high performers. So most companies find they have to choose.
8 secrets employees want their managers to know now
From Christian Schappel on HR Morning
Employees are afraid to speak their minds. As a result, their managers never really know what’s eating at them. Want to know what employees are dying to get off of their chests?
Bringing HR and Finance Together with Analytics
From Jeff Higgins on SHRM.org
Finance professionals often feel guilty about denying HR spending requests but wish HR could make stronger business cases.
Five Critical Priorities HR Can’t Afford to Ignore in 2015
From Jean Martin on TLNT
How employees get their work done has changed remarkably quickly; unsurprisingly HR needs to change, too. Anyone who works in a global company doesn’t need to be told that their job has changed enormously in the past few years.
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