Featured on panel discussing KRA's for HR

I wanted to point you to this blog post called The Ultimate KRAs for HR Professionals– 12 Experts share their insights from the folks at GroSum. They reached out to 12 “experts” in the field, including Dave Ulrich who is the Rensis Likert Professor of Business at the Ross School, the University of Michigan and a …

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The Spring Addition of the HR Carnival

It seems that Spring is finally here for good and nothing signals that more than the Spring Edtion of the HR Carnival. This month’s edition is hosted by the self-proclaimed “student of human behavior” Tamara M. Rasberry. She has put together a collection of 19 fantastic blog posts. In case you don’t know, these bloggers …

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Guest post: 10 successful ways to deal with conflicts when there is no HR

Today’s guest post is written by Asma Niaz, who brings us a more global view than I typically present. Educated in Pakistan and working out of the United Arab Emirates she does not have my U.S. centric point of view, yet what she presents is “universal” in dealing with people. She offers suggestions for how …

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Future Friday: Is there a Chief Happiness Officer in your future?

In my reading I came across a discussion of happiness and productivity. The article, Rethinking Physical Workspace Helps Improve the ‘Human Experience’ for Employees, Says JLL, quoted results of a survey conducted by an office design and real estate firm. The quote that caught my eye was: Nearly 70 percent of participants agreed that happiness …

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Small Companies not served by big company processes

I read a great deal of research and other blog posts, and in case you didn’t know it I serve primarily a small company marketplace. I try to provide advice that small companies should pay attention to and try to abide by. But I get dismayed in reading these articles, especially reading the ones about …

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