Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.
Horizon Pharma’s business was growing rapidly but they didn’t want to lose “the feeling of connnectedness” to their employees. Here’s how they did it.
Employees in customer service can have it rough. Here’s how to better engage customer service reps at your company:
Guest blogger Catherine Cummings says that in order for HR to become better business partners and advisors, it needs to do four things.
Encourage individual growth and goal-setting to make your organization a “business of purpose.”
Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario explains how the company recoups 91% of the costs of onsite child care.
The traditional approach to long-term strategic planning is over. Today’s fast paced world requires more frequent reorganization and planning.
Activities performed in your downtime, such as exercise, even video games, can make a positive impact on your productivity at work. Here are some easy ways to boost performance and R&R.
Leaders shouldn’t boss around or micro-manage their teams. Instead, they should have a coaching mindset that inspires others to do their best work.
The Olympics remind us of workplace values such as dedication and teamwork. By setting and tracking goals, working as a team and recognizing your peers’ success, you’ll earn your employee engagement strategy the gold medal.
Just because millennials are driving the shift away from traditional performance management doesn’t mean their wants and needs are drastically different. Our CEO, Vip Sandhir, offers his insights on why real-time, continuous engagement is valuable for every generation in the workplace.
We’re always reminded of the growing population of Millennials in the workforce. However, another increasingly popular trend is older employees remaining in the workforce longer.