For more than 20 years, Holly Grogan has worked in a myriad of Human Resources (HR) roles with the goal of driving growth and profitability through strategic employee initiatives. While her first job out of undergrad was in recruiting, Grogan has spent majority of her career specializing in creating and building HR and talent strategies […]
Learning and development has always been a staple in the world of human resources, and it’s growing ever-more important. Nearly 75% of leaders believe that L&D has become more influential over the past year. This comes as no surprise, as 76% of employees say they’re more likely to stay at a job that offers continuous […]
Everywhere you look, the stats are alarmingly clear: Leaders are not effectively communicating, and it’s negatively impacting their organization’s success. 86% of employees and executives cite the lack of effective collaboration and communication as the main cause of workplace failures (Salesforce). Only 7% of U.S. workers strongly agree that communication is accurate, timely, and open […]
While “quiet quitting” may mean different things, the phenomenon is generally understood to refer to employees who feel disengaged at work and no longer believe they are a meaningful part of the company or its mission. Those who quiet quit report they have made a decision not to go “above and beyond” at work and […]
In honor of HR professionals across the country, HR Daily Advisor celebrated you throughout the week of August 1-5! As the week comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at all our online events and digital resources that helped HR professionals grow and develop in their roles! Monday Featured Article | Critical Leadership Required Post-Pandemic Companies are […]
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) hosted its annual conference and expo in New Orleans June 12–15. HR professionals, executives, managers, and students gathered from all over the country to connect and learn together. Over 200 sessions provided expert industry insight on recruiting, career growth, HR technology, diversity and inclusion strategies, leadership skills, and […]
Anyone watching old sitcoms from the mid- to late 20th century will likely see a stereotypical boss: authoritarian, demanding, and insensitive. The relationship between subordinate and manager was clear and one-sided: The subordinate was there to do the manager’s bidding and support the manager in whatever the manager needs.
For over a month, the world has been gripped by the unfolding war between Ukraine and Russia—the largest military mobilization in Europe since World War II, causing the greatest number of European refugees since the second World War. While the Ukranian people suffer indiscriminate shelling of their cities and homes and are uprooted in a […]
Although many employees think only lawyers and salespeople are involved in negotiations, the reality is that these types of negotiations take place in the office all the time between departments, with customers and business partners, and between bosses and subordinates.
Alberto “Beto” Casellas has risen to a top position at a major consumer financial services company, achieving the kind of success he aims to help others realize even if they have barriers to overcome.