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HR Management

There are dozens of details to take care of in the day-to-day operation of your department and your company. We give you case studies, news updates, best practices and training tips that keep your organization fully in compliance with ever-changing employment law, and you fully aware of emerging HR trends.

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Know the Secrets of Successful Employee Engagement


By William Taylor

The emotional commitment an employee has toward a company and its main goals is called employee engagement—employees being more focused on helping the company thrive. This emotional binder has nothing to do with financial compensation but with the personal feelings of that employee for the workplace.


Do You Have the “I’s” for HR?

By Eric Magbaleta, SPHR

Many leaders still believe HR does not have the skills necessary to effect change, make contributions that add value, or just plain understand the business. Why hasn’t this mindset changed? There must be some way to dispel this notion in order to drive business results. Here are some “I’s” for HR that should help change the mindset.


Expat Tips—Prepare for Dual-Career Couples and Trailing Spouses

By Anthony Di Bratto

As companies continue to expand globally and as international trade and production become both easier and more cost-effective, more and more companies are sending their employees abroad. These employees, known as expatriates or “expats,” are employees from the home country who are transferred to work in a host (foreign) country.


6 Reasons to Conduct an Engagement—Not a Satisfaction—Survey

Yesterday’s Advisor featured consultant Allan Benowitz on why you shouldn’t measure satisfaction. Today, the do’s and don’ts of engagement surveys, plus an introduction to a unique guide just for HR managers in smaller, or even one-person, HR departments.


Stop Measuring Satisfaction—Focus on Engagement

For strategic talent management, forget surveying satisfaction, says Consultant Allan Benowitz. The meaningful focus should be on engagement. Satisfaction is about giving things to employees, he adds, while engagement is about employees giving back.


Partner or Police: How Is your HR Department Perceived?

By Donna B. Brown

After more than 20 years as an HR Practitioner in various organizations and industries, I’ve come to the realization there are a few simple rules that HR managers or other practitioners can use to build strategic alliances with an organization to gain that valuable “Seat at the Table.”


360 Performance Reviews—Powerful But There Are Pitfalls


By William Taylor

Performance reviews and 360-degree feedback are important in any company because they help boost productivity and revenue, facilitate the assessment of potential issues at the workplace, and find sensible solutions to compel employees to do their job at their fullest potential.


Best Practices in HR—2014

Every year, the HR Daily Advisor staff and BLR’s HR attorney specialists pick the top best practices of the year. What’s hot in 2014? Take a look.

See if you think we’re getting it right. Plus, keep an eye on this space as we add more 2014 Best Practices, featuring free in-depth reports for you to download, courtesy of our sponsors.


Competency Modeling: Link Goals, Integrate HR, and Achieve Results

By Fawaz Alomran

Do organizations utilize their employees’ capabilities to achieve their goals? Think of the implications of this question for a moment. Utilizing capabilities to a high extent is a far cry from just filling a vacancy or moving an employee from one function to another. This process starts at the gate—the main gate of any organization, its recruitment and selection function where selecting the best fit is a real challenge!


Preventing Lawsuits—Getting Your Management Team On Board!

By Drenna D. Shive, PHR

Let’s face it; if you’ve worked in HR for any period of time, you probably know what needs to be done to prevent employment discrimination and lawsuits. But often times, your managers don’t know. They rely on you … or do they?