Human Resources

Disruptive HR Technologies Don't Have to be Disruptive
Disruptive Technology

Disruptive HR Technologies Don't Have to be Disruptive

The term conjures visions of professional and organizational chaos, even disaster, but that needn't be the case, and the rewards can be tangible.
Charles Cagle
New Data Confirms Again That Women Make Less Than Men in the Same Roles
Gender Gap

New Data Confirms Again That Women Make Less Than Men in the Same Roles

A Glassdoor study explores the gender pay gap in the U.S. and abroad.
Nina Zipkin
Amazon Sues Former Employee Over New Job at Target
Lawsuits

Amazon Sues Former Employee Over New Job at Target

Amazon alleges Arthur Valdez was in violation of a noncompetition agreement that he signed while working for the company.
What the Healthcare Industry Could Learn From The Container Store
Employee Engagement

What the Healthcare Industry Could Learn From The Container Store

How are hospital CEOs indirectly impacting patient care via their employees?
Matthew Wride
British Company Offers Paid Leave During Menstrual Cycles to 'Increase Productivity'
Human Resources

British Company Offers Paid Leave During Menstrual Cycles to 'Increase Productivity'

An event planning firm is making it possible for its female employees to stay home if they need to during their periods.
Nina Zipkin
How to Ask for a Raise -- and Get It
Asking For a Raise

How to Ask for a Raise -- and Get It

Whether your managers like you or not, they're not just going to give you more money. Here are five tips on how to ask for it yourself.
Charlie Harary
The Google Tool That Helps You Make Better HR Decisions
Human Resources

The Google Tool That Helps You Make Better HR Decisions

The search giant's re:Work resources provides articles, case studies and tips from experts in various industries on using analytics to improve hiring and promotion.
John Boitnott
The Question Great Hires Should Never Ask: Beacon Founder
Hiring

The Question Great Hires Should Never Ask: Beacon Founder

And why he's looking for staffers who can "get it done and figure it out."
Tanya Benedicto Klich
3 Tips for Dealing With the Inevitable Departure of Key Employees
Managing Employees

3 Tips for Dealing With the Inevitable Departure of Key Employees

Employee off-boarding is a regular part of business these days, but it could create positive opportunities for both you and your departing team member.
Peter Gasca
4 Things CEOs Want From HR Leadership
Human Resources

4 Things CEOs Want From HR Leadership

What an HR executive must do to reclaim his or her rightful advisory role to the CEO.
Joel Trammell
Why One Person Should Be Dedicated to Shepherding Recruitment at Your Company
Hiring

Why One Person Should Be Dedicated to Shepherding Recruitment at Your Company

Even when different teams have different priorities, it's important to keep the hiring process universal.
Stephen J. Bronner
8 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Interviewing a Job Candidate
Hiring Employees

8 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Interviewing a Job Candidate

Save money and time by identifying great applicants the first time around.
Shawn Doyle
Retaining Company Culture Comes Down to Hiring the Right People
Company Culture

Retaining Company Culture Comes Down to Hiring the Right People

'What should remain consistent is the mission and vision, but roles and competencies change and evolve.'
Stephen J. Bronner
Why a Basic Benefits Package Is No Longer Enough
Benefits

Why a Basic Benefits Package Is No Longer Enough

Insurance and even free food is the norm nowadays. Here's the one thing potential employees really yearn for when evaluating job opportunities.
Stephen J. Bronner