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The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

By Verity Creedy I saw a sign recently that said, “EQ is the new IQ” and it got me thinking. It comes as no surprise that technical skills are of the utmost importance at work, especially when it comes to keeping up with new technology, like AI, and implementing hybrid roles. But technical skills are […]

Best of HR Work Break 2023

HR Work Break takes a quick, but close look at everything Human Resources—listeners can learn something new, take our expert’s advice to heart, or simply stay abreast of today’s trending topics. As we say goodbye to 2023 and look toward 2024, let’s check out some of our favorite HR Work Break episodes from the past […]

3 Priorities Top CHROs Will Propel In 2024

With 2024 in sight, CHROs are charting their strategic courses amid some fierce headwinds. “Our context has changed,” says Vishal Bhalla, MBA, MS, CPXP, SPHR, senior vice president and enterprise chief experience officer at Advocate Health. “Each of us is a little more unsettled than we were before … with all the catalysts that are impacting our lives.” […]

What We Learned From…Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Week 2023

We’ve enjoyed a full week of online events and digital resources around recruiting and talent acquisition! As this year’s Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Week comes to a close, let’s take a look at what we’ve learned from the event’s discussions and resources. Monday Panel Discussion | Optimizing Social Media for Your Hiring Leads Panelists: Amir Cuffe, Senior […]

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Ban-The-Box: A Lesson from California

California is only one of 34 states that have ban-the-box laws. While this article deals with California-specific interactions between ban-the-box laws and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), it provides a useful lesson for any employer who deals with similar issues.

HR Works Podcast: Keeping Culture Alive in Global Organizations

Guests: Brandy Rosner, VP of People Operations and Rachel Lutz Guevara, VP of Global Wellness & Resiliency, TaskUs Today’s episode is part of the HR Daily Advisor’s HR Appreciation: Leadership Week, 2021 (https://bit.ly/3iAbGbc), which features unique content like this and online sessions and talks each day this week. There is a link with more information […]

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How to Help Your Employees in the Wake of a Natural Disaster

When natural disasters such as Hurricane Dorian strike, work may not be the first thought for those hurt and those wanting to help, but it’s not far down the list of concerns. Getting back to work is an important part of getting back to normal for many storm victims. And those not in the path […]

HR Works: Vulnerability Is Required for Successful Engagement and Leadership

With organizations losing unbelievable amounts of money to poor employee engagement, I always wonder what stops leaders from properly addressing this problem. In this episode of HR Works, we find a critical ingredient to successful leadership and employee engagement: vulnerability. This episode’s guest is Jason Treu, an executive coach who helps executives, managers, and employees […]

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HR Works: Next Level Sexual Harassment Training

Organizations are working hard to meet the challenge of sexual harassment in the workplace head-on. However, the efficacy of sexual harassment training leaves a lot to be desired. How do employers make this training stick? Part of it boils down to creating an emotional investment in trainees, a subject that our guest excels in. Morgan […]