Most organizations have come to appreciate the contributions that people analytics (PA) makes to corporate performance—at least in the HR realm. What is not so apparent is how PA can drive results in many areas of the enterprise. This article points out strategies and avenues for extending PA relevance throughout the larger organization.
For millions of employers across the country, the months of June and July are focused on much more than planning a summer vacation: it’s midyear review time. For many employees, midyear reviews are marked by anxiety and frustration. But what value does a midyear evaluation actually have for an employee? Ultimately, the responsibility to supply […]
I was a 27-year-old engineering technologist in an aluminum smelting plant who had just been made a team leader. Perfect! The world was unfolding exactly as it should. I had worked my tail off on some key projects to earn this promotion. I deserved it. I clearly had enormous potential and extraordinary political savvy … […]
Occasionally, an employee accused of harassment will file a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) claiming that he was subjected to disciplinary action even though he was innocent or that he was the real victim of harassment.
Employees who quit their roles say that 50%–90% of the time, the reason they leave involves their boss. Those who stay loyal and happy at work cite recognition, a sense of achievement, and being heard and valued in their job as key factors for enduring.
According to a recent report by Kimble Applications, quite a few employees in the United States did not take all of their allotted vacation time. Today we are joined by Kimble Application’s Mark Robinson to discuss the findings. Finally, scroll down to check out an infographic with the results.
In a recent survey by OfficeTeam, a staffing agency operated by Robert Half, findings suggest that managers and professionals believe that clothing choices influence someone’s chance of rising the ranks.
In yesterday’s Daily Advisor we looked at Jeffrey Pfeffer’s take on how the modern workplace is killing us. Pfeffer, professor of organizational behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business, just released a book called Dying for a Paycheck. Today we’ll look at some things that you can do to make your particular workplace a little […]
Sales enablement has gone from being used by 19% of companies in 2013 to 59% in 2017. And for good reason—there’s a direct correlation between sales enablement disciplines and attaining sales quotas. Companies that implement enablement programs reach revenue goals at a rate more than 8% higher than those that do not.
Performance reviews get their share of bad press. There are lots of reasons that more and more organizations are transitioning away from the traditional model of annual performance reviews.