HR professionals are finding themselves caught between a rock and a hard place these days as they attempt to communicate with employees about impending legislative and policy changes that may affect their healthcare coverage, their benefit options, and more. Employees want answers, but HR and company leaders often don’t have those answers. How can you […]
A bias is a predisposition for or against something. We can be either favorably, or unfavorably, biased, although the word tends to carry more negative than positive connotations. The important point, though, is that we all naturally have biases—they’re an unavoidable fact of life. Whether related to issues, individuals or preferences in music, art, or […]
The political environment has certainly ramped up the level of potential dissension and discord within workplaces around the country. And, while that dissension and discord can be disruptive and divisive, there are times when it’s just what’s required to leverage the value of diverse perspectives, backgrounds and experiences. It’s a lesson NASA’s widely known “group […]
If there’s one thing this election cycle is doing it’s putting the concept of civility in the workplace front and center in conversations around the country. The volatility and polarization related to many of the issues front and center in what seem to be 24/7 media cycles, tend to spur conversations that continue into the workplace. What role should HR play in ensuring that employees understand expectations and are trained in effective methods of communication to ensure they don’t cross the line?
The economy has finally awakened from its long slumber, largely signified by the recent interest rate hikes the Fed has started to introduce after years of untouched, low rates. Naturally, a boosted economy means things are looking better on the jobs front. Interestingly enough, recent months have seen some fluctuations in unemployment numbers. According to […]
Big data and analytics shouldn’t be a series of projects, but rather an aspect of business culture.
Kieran Snyder, co-founder and CEO of Textio, explained that diction in job descriptions could be impacting who applies for tech jobs.
One group might have found a new approach to finding the best IT professionals.
What would you do for your dream job?
Hyperconverged infrastructure could shake up the status quo in IT departments. Who’s affected and how?