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OSHA to Employers Who Violate the Recordkeeping Rule: No Problem!

Fewer than half of all employers required to send their injury and illness information into OSHA last year sent in the information. “The Occupational Safety and Health Administration was expecting about 350,000 summaries to be submitted by Dec. Show More Summary

Ready to fight sexual harassment? Call Tina Tchen.

The Grammys had a sexism problem. Perhaps you’ve heard: That only one woman, Alessia Cara, won a televised award at this year’s ceremony; that the only female nominee for album of the year, Lorde, was not offered a solo performance slot, even though all her fellow male nominees were; that sexual harassment and violence were as inescapable in […]

Look ’Em in the Eye or Anywhere Else About the Head

Eyes are powerful in communicating; no other body parts communicate quite the same. The quickest way to look uninterested, distracted, inattentive, or dishonest is to not meet the other person’s eyes or even face. Though most of us are taught to look people in the eye when speaking with them, few do it. Show More Summary

Women Deserve a Raise

Today is International Women’s Day, and there is no better time to lift up the role unions play in achieving economic equality for women. The Institute for Women’s Policy Research recently released a brief, titled The Union Advantage for Women, which quantifies the benefits of union membership for working women, and the numbers don’t lie!  IWPR estimates that […]

15 Ways to Define What Makes Your Brand Unique

How can I find my niche and define what is unique about my personal brand? These answers are provided by Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. YEC has...Show More Summary

Why good communication matters

Good communication in the workplace is essential – especially if you’re the one in the driver’s seat. This video shows what happens when communication breaks down and it’s not pretty. The post Why good communication matters appeared first on The Chief Happiness Officer Blog.

Over 100 tickets sold for our conference in May

We have already sold over 100 tickets for our Conference on Happiness at Work in Copenhagen in May. One multinational company just bought 10 tickets, so they have a large group of people bringing back all the great inspiration, knowledge and tools. Show More Summary

Introducing Tours of Duty for the Business World

According to Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn and author of the book The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age, a tour of duty is an employee situation that involves working full-time in consecutive roles within an organization, working full-time...

I got blessed in NYC

In February I was in NYC to do run our latest Chief Happiness Officer Academy and while walking down a street in midtown Manhattan, I passed this lady standing on the sidewalk in front of a church. Her sign made me so curious I had to...Show More Summary

Employee Experience is Not Just for Full-Timers

In the last few years, much emphasis has been placed on designing a strong employee experience that encourages talent activation, engagement, performance, and retention. However, all more organizations move toward experience design, most focus almost exclusively on a full-time, uninterrupted...

Career Zingers #18: A Hopeful View of Hopelessness

Hope is in the future, experience resides in where we are right now. I encourage you to be hopeless. I am not talking about depression, anxiety, or dread about the future. You don’t have to abandon hope but I do encourage you to give more attention and awareness to where you are right now. Hope […]

Are you unhappy at work? March 31st is International Quit Your Crappy Job Day!

There’s one thing I will never understand: Why some people hate their jobs, but still stay in them for years. We want to inspire many more people to get out of jobs that are making them unhappy, so we’ve declared March 31 to be International...Show More Summary

Know When to Upgrade Your Technology – Friday Distraction

To upgrade technology or not - that is the question. Getting the newest technology is great as long as you can afford it. Kronos shares 4 questions to ask as a guide to upgrades. The post Know When to Upgrade Your Technology – Friday Distraction appeared first on hr bartender.

6 Reasons to Attend the 2018 SHRM Talent Conference – #SHRMTalent

Talent acquisition is the top priority for companies this year. The SHRM Talent Conference can help you learn more about recruiting and retention. Here are 6 key reasons to attend. The post 6 Reasons to Attend the 2018 SHRM Talent Conference – #SHRMTalent appeared first on hr bartender.

Employee Engagement Roadmap: It Is Not Too Late to Create Yours for 2018!

An employee engagement roadmap helps connect organizational actions with long-term goals. A roadmap guides managers in activities that help build strong engagement. The post Employee Engagement Roadmap: It Is Not Too Late to Create Yours for 2018! appeared first on hr bartender.

How to Support the Creative Process of Ordinary People

A creative process can improve productivity, engagement and employee satisfaction. But how can you encourage and support it? Perspective is key along with training and coaching. The post How to Support the Creative Process of Ordinary People appeared first on hr bartender.

Bookmark This! #HR Project Management Edition

Project management is a critical skill for HR pros. There are many books, blogs and educational resources to help guide you in project management. Here are a few favorites. The post Bookmark This! #HR Project Management Edition appeared first on hr bartender.

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