By Patricia Trainor, JD., SPHR I recently read an article in The Atlantic, Finding Jesus at Work, by Emma Green. Green describes an increase in “chaplaincies” at the office. These workplace chaplains can advise and support employees dealing with difficult issues such as divorce, a severe illness, or social alienation.
Category: Strategic HR
Mid-market C-suite executives are increasingly viewing technology as a strategic asset that can drive competitive advantage and are taking a more active role in technology decisions, according to Deloitte’s report, “Disruption in the mid-market: How technology is fueling growth.”
A survey carried out by PwC, in collaboration with the Foundation for Human Resources Development (FHRD), has revealed what respondents chose as the top three barriers influencing the performance of their HR function.
By Jen Carsen, JD I recently watched an interesting video from WorldatWork about creating a consistent employee experience at the Walt Disney Company. Two senior HR executives discussed how the whole HR department has been working together for the past several years to increase the global consistency of the Walt Disney employee experience.
BLR’s new HR Works podcast provides clear, relevant, actionable information on topics that matter to human resources professionals.
As workforce hiring increases, concerns about engaging employees and retaining critical talent are top of mind for organizations. According to Mercer’s latest survey on employee perspectives, Employee Views on Moving Up vs. Moving On, one-third (32%) of employees consider their employment to be a job, not a career. Moreover, more than three-quarters (78%) of employees […]
Employee research from Blackhawk Engagement Solutions reveals that current employee rewards and recognition programs—a key component in growing employee happiness—are not aligned with what makes Millennial employees happy and more productive.
By Cara Parker, C Parker Consulting, Inc Are vision and mission statements the same thing? What’s the difference between the two and do I really need both for my organization? Let’s delve into these questions by first highlighting the benefits of having both a vision and mission statement for your organization.
By Dr. Alan R. Zimmerman For hundreds of years, people have wanted to know the answer to one question: Are leaders born or made? In other words, is leadership a matter of having the right genes or the right education?
By Axel Schmidt, TeamViewer Often when a company decides on whether to establish a formal company-wide policy, there must be some business reason or incentive. Until recently, teleworking has mostly been seen as a benefit for the employee, and something a company will do to improve work/life balance.