An article titled “These Ten Policies Are An Embarrassment to the HR Profession” appeared in my newsfeed yesterday. Posted by Liz Ryan in Forbes, I devoured the content and tweeted it to my network saying, “ 960 more words
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Corporate dress codes have been around as long as facsimile machines and mod office furniture. I’m pretty sure that the fashion show at work was pretty interesting before HR policies came along to crack down on potentially offensive attire. 439 more words
Outsourcing human resources responsibilities is something that’s become very common now. Before hiring one, it is important that professionals consider the fact that they become an extension of the company and represent the organization to their own employees as well as the outsiders. 406 more words
In our daily work lives the HR community has many responsibilities to shoulder. Training, recruiting, payroll management, handling administration, communication, counselling, employee engagement and the list is never-ending. 337 more words
Another update from the Jungle….
Julia, the HR manager, is watching her company’s diversity and inclusion program go hideously wrong. Julia pushed every level of management all the way to the C-suite, urging them to broaden the pool of employees eligible for promotion to management. 446 more words