Mar 14, 2018 | Tim Lemke, HRCI Staff Writer
Workplace Hoopla: Should Employers Look the Other Way During March Madness?
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is upon us and employers are again faced with the question of whether to allow workers to take part in bracket pools.
Mar 7, 2018 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, HRCI Staff Writer
Talent Acquisition Starts With an Excellent Talent Brand
To attract top job candidates, it’s essential that your organization put as much emphasis on talent brand as consumer brand. That means recruiters, HR and hiring managers need to think more like marketers.
Jan 9, 2018 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, HRCI Staff Writer
Snow Days Require Clear HR Policies and Expectations
“Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!” While a classic refrain of a wintertime classic about how cold weather can warm our hearts, snow and icy weather, for human resource managers, can also mean lost business productivity and employee confusion about expectations to show up for work.
Dec 1, 2017 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, HRCI Staff Writer
What's Next? 2018 Disruptions in HR
HR Leads Business recently caught up with human resource management guru Dave Ulrich to define the disruptions that will transform HR practices in 2018. Ulrich, a Professor of Business at the University of Michigan and Partner of The RBL Group, believes there are eight disruptions that will continue to reshape HR.
Nov 17, 2017 | Dr. Michele A. Paludi, HRCI Guest Blogger
HR and the Weinstein Effect: Exploring Sexual Harassment Myths
The list of sexual harassment allegations continues to grow. The “Me Too” campaign has helped numerous women and men break silence and speak about their own experiences with sexual harassment, some for the very first time since their victimization