Posts Tagged: Human resources
When I mentor young people seeking their first professional job, I counsel them to carefully consider the people they select as references.
What did you think? Is the “good ol’ boy” network a myth or is there a touch of reality?
It seems to me that for all of HR’s struggle to become strategic, set benchmarks, and analyze metrics we have forgotten that for individuals, work is still about finding meaning.
Whether it’s big business or a start-up, most employees could care less about the big picture.
You are a feminist. Own it.
A one-size fits all approach to HR is rarely ever going to be successful.
When has recognition gone too far? And by too far, I simply mean, when is it no longer genuine?
Are your key performance indicators destroying the very things you are trying to build?
Workforce readiness means showing up. Not just literally showing up at 8 a.m., but showing up fully engaged in mind and in spirit. And it may be the glue that holds the organization together.
Every day, Human Resources professionals go to work and deal with issues involving human beings. What separates the great from the good is emotional and social intelligence.