Rethinking How We Age at Work

As a middle-aged female with a long career in HR communications consulting, I’ve been reconsidering my role as a “maturing” business woman. In my experience, women tend to behave in one of two ways as they get older. One camp is proud of their longevity, and frequently point to their extensive track records. They’ll refer…read more

Improving Employee Engagement with Rewards and Recognition

A recent Gallup research study shows that employees who do not feel properly recognized are twice as likely to say they will quit within the next year. Fortunately, companies can make a big difference by offering employee reward and recognition programs. These programs are usually not that expensive to implement or operate and can pay huge dividends…read more

Cultivating Habits for Today and the Future [HR Leader Series]

Editor’s Note: This is the third post in the HR Leader Series, in which Women of HR contributor Rowena Morais features successful HR leaders who talk about the habits made the biggest impact in their professional lives.     Jenny Ooi’s passion for learning and growing drives almost everything she does.     It is clear…read more

Helpful Resources for Women in Tech

Google is recently caught under fire over allegations of gender pay discrimination. An employee-led probe at the tech giant alleges that female employees are still compensated less than their male counterparts, at most job levels. As a matter of fact, three ex-Google employees have filed a class-action lawsuit for such discrimination. Bridging the gender gap…read more

“People Still Matter” – #HRTechConf 2017           

  The 2017 edition of the HR Technology Conference wrapped up about a week and a half ago, and other than transitioning back to my real world day-to-day responsibilities, I’ve also spent the time since then processing what I heard and what I learned.  When I attend a conference, I usually like to hold off…read more

Women in Technology – What Can You Do To Move the Needle? #HRTechConf

The 2017 HR Technology Conference kicked off on Tuesday morning with the second annual Women in HR Technology summit.  Back bigger and better than ever this year – in a much bigger conference space to alleviate the overflow issues from the unexpected popularity of the inaugural event last year – the goal of this summit…read more

#VegasStrong at #HRTechConf

Next week I’ll be joining thousands of other HR professionals as we converge on Las Vegas for the 20th annual HR Technology Conference and Exposition.  I’ve already written about my thoughts on the upcoming show.  This post serves a different purpose. Last Sunday, October 1st, an unthinkable act of terror occurred in Vegas, the place…read more

What it Takes to Become a CHRO

If you dream of becoming a CHRO, remember the number 60. By the end of this article, it will remind you of what type of people make it to CHRO and the CHRO hiring trends over the past several years. Every year, HR@Moore surveys CHROs. Here are some interesting results: 60% of CHROs were hired…read more

#HRTechConf 2017 – An HR Practitioner’s Perspective and Preview

The 2017 edition of the HR Technology Conference – the 20th annual by the way – is now about two weeks away.  This annual gathering, celebration, and showcase of all things HR technology related has quickly become one of my favorite HR events of the year, one I continually look forward to.  I am admittedly…read more

How Learning & Development Can Boost Your Hiring Success Rate

Let’s face it. Hiring can be tough. The unemployment rate is low – just 4.4% according to the Department of Labor Statistics – and employers are competing against one another to hire the best talent. So what can you do to boost your hiring success rate? How can you differentiate your company from the rest of the…read more

Don't Be Sassy

When the Women of HR idea first started, someone innocently used the word, “sassy” to describe the tone we should set. I didn’t agree. What do you think? Let’s continue the conversation.

The Gender of Leadership

Are there gender differences in leadership? Probably the most noticeable differences in styles would be in the area of communication. Generally, female leaders are more accessible and open in their approach than their male counterparts yet regardless of gender, personal experiences and perspectives shape leadership styles.

Recovering Workaholic

No one can do everything they want to do all the time. If you are a recovering workaholic like me, you can get really good at juggling things to integrate all the elements.

The Good Ole Boys Club

Working in an environment where you are not taken seriously can take a toll on any woman. You can make it through that experience in one of two ways: broken and deflated or empowered and slightly pissed off. Here are a few key things to help you feel empowered working with a good ole boys club.

I Am Not A Traditional Woman

I co-founded Women of HR with the goal of being a place where some of the thought leaders in Human Resources, female and male, can come together to share thoughts on what it is like to be a woman in the workplace or how women in the workplace are perceived.

Rising Together

Each of our lives is unique, yet the questions we have and the challenges we face as women are not.Welcome to Women of HR, a place for women to share information, discuss issues that impact our lives, and find a sense of community and collaboration. Who couldn’t use a little community and collaboration in their lives?

Be Subversive

You know the phrase, “Well-behaved women rarely make history”? Well, it’s always bothered me for two reasons: it sounds like justification for acting like a jerk, and I think it is missing the point completely. Is making history or being famous the best goal for your life? If so, I know several reality TV shows you can…read more