'Human Resources' Just Doesn't Tell You What HR Really Does
HR titles are changing for the better. Soon you'll begin to see titles, such as "Chief Happiness Officer" and "Mood Coordinator."
Meghan M. Biro
If Data Isn't Driving Your Conversations, Hand Over the Wheel
Chris Collins, Vice President of Sales at ADP, talks about the importance of having data to support reasoning in the HR industry.
4 Marketing Strategies You Need to Make HR Better
Boost your brand, improve employee morale and mange talent.
What's in a Name? New HR Titles Reflect These Professionals' Strategic Importance.
How does 'people operations' strike you? 'Chief people officer'? 'Chief happiness officer'?
4 Reasons Why Smart Companies Are Going Remote
More young professionals are opting for remote work opportunities and freelancing -- here is how businesses can get in on the trend.
Human resources law
The Most Unusual, Even Wacky, HR Laws Nationwide
Work a job in Florida? Feel free to bring your gun. Just keep it in your car.
4 Easy Steps to Create a Talent Mobility Program for Your Team
Your employees want to grow. So, help them.
4 Smart Moves for Winning the Competition for Top Talent
A thoroughly professional interview process is essential to attracting and signing the people who can drive your company.
How to Create Paths to Career Advancement That Matter to Your Employees
You retain top talent by helping them climb to greater heights.
Is Your Organization Playing the 'Gossip Game?'
Utilize pulse surveys to keep your organization on the same page.
7 Ways 'Silicon Valley' Is an Epic HR Failure
The popular comedy pokes fun the human resource shortcomings of tech titans and would-be titans who are just as flawed as everybody else.
Ask a Geek
4 Tips for Keeping that New Hire
Hiring is a huge financial investment. Make sure you protect it.
Mikal E. Belicove
The Crazy Creative Way This Company Got Workers to Read its HR Materials
This office supply company in the U.K. came up with a few unusual office safety protocols concerning zombies, vampires and aliens.
What a 'Best Butt' Award Says About Bad Corporate Culture
Yes, companies have bad employees and managers, but they operate amid a culture that allows them to behave poorly.
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