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Why Your Boss Makes You Punch a Time Clock

What do you think about the idea of professional or semi-professional (i.e., highly-skilled college graduates) hourly employees having to clock in and out daily and for breaks, etc., especially in a creative field? My company just adopted a product called “Humanity” which requires us to do that and many of us are disgruntled. Show More Summary

4 Things to Consider Before Expanding Your Business

Expanding your business can be a challenging time. When you’re opening a new store, taking on new clients or looking for ways to grow the number of products or services you offer, you’re going to feel like you’re under quite a bit of pressure. However, if approached appropriately, that pressure can push you to be … Read the Rest ?

3 Ways to Calculate a Training & Development Budget for Your Organization

According the 2016 State of the Industry report from the Association for Talent Development, organizations spend an average of $1,252 per employee for direct learning expenditures. Organizations smaller in size spend more per employee...Show More Summary

ESPN Prez Wades Into Employee Political Identities with Jemele Hill Memo...

If you follow the media game (and in today's political environment where every outlet has a slant, it's hard not to), you might have seen that ESPN's Jemele Hill was out on her personal Twitter account calling the current POTUS...

Keys to a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign

Crowdfunding is not only about raising money for entrepreneurs. It is much more than that. Creating a crowdfunding campaign actually allows you to see the interest in your product as well as enables you to get feedback and develop it even more before the actual launch. If your campaign becomes successful, it means that you … Read the Rest ?

I need your feedback on the back cover text for my new book

This is the first draft I wrote for the back cover of my new book, Leading with Happiness. Do you like it? Would you read this book? Any suggestions? Here it is: What if there was more to leadership than maximizing business results,Show More Summary

Wait what? The A-Z gurus of HR..and whoa!

Never in my wildest dreams I had thought that I would be in a list that included Laszlo Bock (the guy who set up Google's HR practices and author of Work Rules) and Dave Ulrich (c'mon if you don't know him - what are you reading this...Show More Summary

How to Navigate the (Potentially Choppy) Seas of a Management Promotion

  First, congratulations! You’ve been promoted to your first management position, probably because you excel in the skills necessary to make a significant contribution to the success of your organization and, even better, your talents have been recognized and rewarded by your superiors. Show More Summary

How to Assess Your Company’s Onboarding Program

Onboarding is more than just orientation. Done right, it helps retain and engage new hires. So, we need to assess our onboarding program for maximum effectiveness. The post How to Assess Your Company’s Onboarding Program appeared first on hr bartender.

12 Ways Introverts Can Survive Networking Events

Networking introverts. Sounds like an oxymoron, right? Talking is not what I do. I’d rather walk into a lion’s den in a steak suit than sit around networking with folks I’ve never met before. I’ll opt for being devoured, thank you very much. Show More Summary

How Can Inner Restructuring Transform Your Career and Life?

Career is of paramount importance for anyone who aims to live a luxurious and successful life. When a graduate exits from college and enters the corporate world, he is full of new ideas and enthusiasm to change the business scenario and carve a niche. Show More Summary

Student Job Hunting for New Freelance Writing Gigs

Being independent is the boldest step that every student takes after a certain point of time. They desire to be financially and socially independent and do things what they want to. In this scenario, freelancing is an interesting mode of work which can be done by any student from anywhere in the world. Show More Summary

General Guidelines About Getting a Job After College

This essay is about getting work after college. In general, the theory is straightforward enough; you graduate from college, you begin applying for work, you get a call or an email from a prospective employer, you go to an interview and you get it or not. Show More Summary

The Most Common Form I-9 Mistakes You Could Be Making

Completing a Form I-9 is likely one of the most routine administrative tasks that an HR professional handles. After all, every time a new employee is hired, or when an employee’s employment authorization or documentation of employment authorization has expired, another Form I-9 must be completed. Show More Summary

Early Data On Impact of Google for Jobs on Indeed Sponsored Listings...

As most of you are aware, the launch of Google for Jobs a few months back was thought to be a significant blow to Indeed for 2 reasons: 1--Indeed was not listed as a partner that would automatically have its...

Why I Would Make a Terrible Traditional Candidate

I haven’t looked for a traditional job for years–I’ve been self-employed for the past 8. But, yesterday a recruiter sent me a job description for a job that actually fit my talents, was in my local area, and that I was qualified for....Show More Summary

My reflections of #SHRMiAC the annual conference of @SHRMIndia

I was really looking forward to SHRM India's Annual Conference this year. It had an amazing line up of speakers and delegates and offered me an opportunity to catch up with friends and make new ones.So after a sleepless night, because...Show More Summary

Why Connection is a Matter of Life and Death

This week I want to share two outstanding TED Talks with you that demonstrate how both quantitative and qualitative research are coming to the conclusion that human connection improves the quality and length of our lives. I’d encourage you to watch the entire talks. Show More Summary

This is How a Work Bully Ruins Your Business

This original article was written by Steve DiGioia. He has been “allowed” to set his own rules, come and go as needed, treats fellow employees poorly and is an all-around jerk – but nobody usually sees his worst actions. Oh, sure, he’s the model employee when the boss is around but other times he expects, no, he demands, others follow his rules. Show More Summary

Control Your Attitude Or Someone Will Do It For You

I wore a yellow dress to my mother’s funeral. It caused the wags of the relatives to whisper in disapproval but my mother had instructed me to wear it before she died. She knew I’d be sad and she wanted to remind me to be untroubled and lead a cheerful life like she had taught… Read the Rest ?

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