By Steve L. Adams, CEO of Navera Driven by the needs of today’s tech savvy, multigenerational, and geographically distributed workforce, organizations and their HR professionals are looking for new ways to get employees the information they need—how they want it, when they want it, and where they want it.
Most employees at large U.S. companies say HR communication doesn’t prepare them to make smart decisions, according to a recent survey from Davis & Company.
Filling the shoes of a successful HR manager is a tough task; after all, HR managers are responsible for keeping the company in legal compliance on an array of complex topics and keeping the peace by fairly and consistently implementing and communicating all company policies, and more. It’s a difficult and often underappreciated job that […]
By Jennifer Carsen, JD, Legal Editor
To wrap up the week, we’ve got some insights on the power of conversation from Brady G. Wilson (www.bradywilson.com), cofounder of Juice Inc., a corporate training company that services organizations from Toronto to Los Angeles. This article is written by Brady, based on principles from his latest book, Beyond Engagement: A Brain-Based Approach That Blends […]
Today we hear from BLR® CEO Dan Oswald regarding the effectiveness of brevity. With his message, consider this: Would your training have more of an impact if it was shorter and sweeter?
We’re now well into the swing of college graduation season, and the newest crop of alums has even more to celebrate than many of their predecessors—including ample job prospects and higher-than-usual starting salaries.
In yesterday’s Advisor, consultant John Rubino described total reward statements and what employers should include in them to maximize their effectiveness; today, Rubino’s thoughts on how to communicate these statements to employees.
by Dan Oswald If you are like me and are interested in politics, you know Ronald Reagan was considered the “Great Communicator.” His effectiveness as a communicator was often credited to his career in radio, television, and movies. His detractors often said of his oratory skills, “He’s just up there acting.” But to me Reagan’s […]
by Richard Yurko The challenges facing HR managers can be daunting. Amendments to the law, new and changing federal and state administrative policies, and a diverse workforce all contribute to the difficulty of appropriately resolving employee issues. As we enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday, here are some things for which every HR manager should be thankful. […]