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  Promoting New Managers? Tell Them What to Expect
by Mary G. White - Nov, 2010
As an HR professional, you are often directly responsible for selecting employees to move into management positions. Even when you don't make the decision yourself, it's likely that you are involved in the selection process. You can help your company and your employees by taking steps to be certain that the people that you choose for promotion into supervisory positions have a clear vision of exactly what they're getting into...
 
  Minimizing Risk of Retaliation Claims Is As Easy As A B C
by Stephanie Thomas, Ph.D. - Nov, 2010
In last week’s #EEOChat, the issue of retaliation came up. How much do you know about retaliation claims? Retaliation claims are on the rise. Among all charges filed with the EEOC in 2009, 36% included a claim of retaliation; this represents an increase of approximately 70% over the last decade. In her May 3, 2010 article on retaliation, Karen Gieselman, an attorney in the Columbia office of Fisher & Phillips, states: G...
 
  When Interns Are in the House
by Brad Karsh - Oct, 2010
Flowers are in full bloom, season finales are dominating the airwaves, and the end of the school year is upon us. That can mean only one thing – it’s intern season! For some of us, that’s ten weeks of delivered coffee, spotless files, and collated copies. Joking aside, interns can be an incredibly valuable resource on a number of fronts. They can provide fresh ideas and perspective, they can deliver solid work output a...
 
  Why your next job might come via LinkedIn
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Oct, 2010
As you might expect, I speak with many senior executives and other job hunters on a regular basis. As I review their job search techniques and situation, the common refrain I hear is that they’ve set up a LinkedIn Profile, but then failed to do anything else with it. These executives are often just peripherally aware that using LinkedIn can help their job search, but they're not sure what steps to take that will help them...
 
  What do You Mean My Organization Is Stepping Stone?
by David Watson & Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
I remember the moment I swore that I would always value my employees. It was the late 90s, I was the head of sales and my boss was sitting across the table. “Sales people are a dime a dozen,” he said. “I could replace anyone working here tomorrow and not miss a beat.” That told me everything I needed to know about my value to the organization and it didn’t take long before I left and started my own company. My boss’ thinki...
 
  Consultants: Well-Chosen They're a Boon to Organizations
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
Human resources (HR) executives worldwide are being asked to do more with less, to enhance productivity while controlling costs, and to find new ways to increase profitability. At the same time, retaining qualified, motivated employees is as important as ever. How do you manage your day-to-day HR tasks while also transforming and leading human capital business strategy? With the right solution, you can shift your focus to your...
 
  Happy Workers Are Productive Employees - Truth or Fiction?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Oct, 2010
Are you working in an organization where managers develop employees to be more productive? Do employees at your workplace believe that company perks help them become more productive? I coach a number of managers who are surprised that increase happiness and satisfaction at work doesn’t always translate into increased productivity. Emotionally intelligent managers develop their people resulting in improved work place perform...
 
  Recruiting in a Down Economy
by Brad Karsh - Oct, 2010
You’re in charge of Talent Acquisition at a company that is no longer acquiring talent. This of course is not by choice, but by necessity. And while the scenario may sound bleak at first glance, there are certainly ways to take advantage of this time and make the most of the economic downturn. 1. Build up bench strength. There is a lot of really great talent out there looking for work. Use this time to make co...
 
  Clean Up a Toxic Workplace
by Dr. Linda Burrs - Oct, 2010
Organizations with sound diversity and inclusion strategies frequently experience higher rates of creativity, are able to hire and retain the best and brightest talent and make product development a priority in order to stay competitive. Yet for years — and in some circles today — the word diversity has been associated with controversial, even negatively viewed practices, such as affirmative action, the Equal Employment Op...
 
  How To Write A Job Description
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
Think of a job description as a “snapshot” of a job. The job description needs to communicate clearly and concisely what responsibilities and tasks the job entails and to indicate, as well, the key qualifications of the job – the basic requirements (specific credentials or skills) – and, if possible, the attributes that underlie superior performance. Following is a quick look at the categories that make up a well-written jo...
 
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