In yesterday’s Advisor, the 7 steps to a strategic HR assessment were presented by Lori Kleiman, SPHR; today, she elaborates on the challenges of the HR function and presents a couple of frequently asked questions and their answers.
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In yesterday’s Advisor, consultant Mari Ryan, CEO and founder of AdvancingWellness, showed how a well-executed wellness program can save your company a great deal on healthcare costs. Today, she shares just how well this has worked for two very different companies.
Every employer is concerned about health care. If you’re looking to reduce the costs associated with these benefits, turn to your wellness programs, says Mari Ryan, CEO and founder of AdvancingWellness in Watertown, Massachusetts.
In yesterday’s Advisor , Gregg Tate, GPHR, showcased the New Way of Working (NWoW) at adidas®. Today, how NWoW was implemented.
In case you missed it, CareerBuilder® decided to have a little fun at the 2014 Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) event this year by sponsoring a contest for the best Human Resource pickup lines. In order to compete, you had to enter your pickup line on Twitter with the hashtag HRpickuplines.
“Voluntarily Give Their Discretionary Effort” Some employees do just enough not to get fired; that’s not going to do it for you, says Katz. You want employees to “voluntarily give their discretionary effort.” Katz, who is with Penguin Human Resource Consulting, LLC, offered his tips in a recent BLR-sponsored webinar. The Unlimited Rewards Budget Who […]
No Surprises, Please One of the most cited problems with performance appraisals is the blow to morale and productivity in the time leading up to—and for months after—when the information is delivered. Why? Because employees don’t know what to expect and managers are reluctant to deliver bad news. But, to every extent possible, the contents […]
Morning says her grid takes into account three factors (market and business performance, individual performance, and position in range), plus there’s a lump sum option. Pay increases are based on three main factors, says Morning, president of Teri Morning Enterprises in Carmel, Indiana, who made her suggestions during a recent webinar sponsored by BLR®. In […]
To do that, sometimes you have to use a hammer as a screwdriver, he says. Katz made his comments at BLR’s Strategic Leadership HR Summit, held recently in Scottsdale, Arizona. Katz is president of Penguin Human Resource Consulting LLC. When Is a Hammer a Screwdriver? Katz shows a picture of a hammer and asks, “What’s […]
Culbert, author of Get Rid of the Performance Review!, is a consultant and professor at UCLA. To achieve the best results for the organization, Culbert recommends that all managers and supervisors: Help subordinates see that the boss understands their perspective. Too many managers, helped along by rigid performance review processes, frame situations on the basis […]