In today’s organizations, change management is a common term bantered around to encompass anything to do with business and organizational changes. It
Why HR Needs To Take A Leadership Role In CSR
Many organizations have invested in corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs to restore trust among their shareholders, employees and customers
Have We Forgotten a Key Management Responsibility?
I have just recently completed a project where I had the opportunity to review a multitude of executive and managerial job descriptions. I recognize
Employee Retention – Are You Paying Attention?
Several years ago a Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) showed that HR executives believed that “retaining and rewarding the best employees”
Middle Management – The Company’s Unsung Heroes
Wharton management professor Ethan Mollick has a message for companies: “Pay closer attention to your middle managers. They may have a greater impact
Is Training The Real Solution?
Just as individuals make New Year resolutions to improve themselves, organizations seek to improve business operations and often look at training as a
Do Your Employees Know Where You Are Going?
It’s a new year. In most companies, it is a time for employees to develop their annual performance goals. Goal setting is a very important and
Ambush Union Elections
On December12, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board announced that effective April 14, 2015, it would be implementing new rules and procedures
Retention Strategies: Why They Do Not Work
Recently a former client contacted me to discuss why they were experiencing higher turnover than usual. In the prior year, the Company had designed a