Apr 18, 2018 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, Staff Writer for HRCI
Demand on the Rise for HRCI Credentials
Demand for HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) credentials is on the rise, including a significant year-over-year increase in applications for HR-professional (i.e., PHR® and SPHR®) and non-HR certifications (i.e., aPHR™) from HRCI.
Apr 11, 2018 | Tim Lemke, HRCI Staff Writer
The Future of HR, Big on Artificial Intelligence
It seems counterintuitive to discuss artificial intelligence and human resources in the same conversation. After all, how could any organization have an HR staff without . . . humans?
Apr 3, 2018 | Barry Lawrence, aPHR, Staff Writer for HRCI
Agile HR Likely to Transform How We Manage People and Work
Agile methodology, a project management innovation of software companies to more quickly update and move tech products and services to market, is making its way into the business mainstream, including the adoption of agile practices by HR departments.
Mar 30, 2018 | Tim Lemke, HRCI Staff Writer
Should Late-Night Emails from the Boss Be Banned?
Admit it. You’ve responded to texts from your boss while at the dinner table. You’ve fired off email responses while watching your son’s baseball practice. The hard separation between work and home life is no longer a thing at many organizations.
Mar 22, 2018 | Tim Lemke, HRCI Staff Writer
How Should Employers Treat Guns at the Workplace?
There’s no question that employers want to keep their workers safe, but what does that mean when it comes to allowing guns at the office?