Last year, the EEOC saw the highest number number of charges of discrimination in it’s 50+ year history. This Everglades sponsored webinar is one you do NOT want to miss out on, especially with numbers like that. The following topics will be covered in this upcoming webinar:
- Which laws are enforced by the EEOC?
- What qualifies as “discrimination?”
- How to stay in compliance with various laws.
- And much more!
With today’s businesses and organizations on so tight a budget and the steep costs of an EEOC charge, both financially and beyond (reputation, morale, etc.), this is one webinar you are guaranteed you want to be in attendance to provide yourself with the knowledge to prevent such mishaps.
Date/Time of Webinar: August 19 2014 at 2:00 pm Eastern/11 am Pacific
Registration Link: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/wozdirtjzmme&eom
These days, is the workplace even a place at all? Today’s “workplace” can no longer be defined in terms of a single, static location (like the corporate office).
Instead, the “workplace” is now a dynamic, fluid combination of physical and virtual spaces. While technology is a key enabler, new workplaces require employees to adopt a fresh mindset and skillset for success. Read more…
As the summer heat started to take hold, the HR Roundtable in Cincinnati gathered to take on the ever elusive topic of “How to Make Change Sustainable.”
Change, and change agent, have become terms that are thrown around in HR to the point of being ineffective catchphrases. The Roundtable was going to take a different approach to “change” to see if they could come up with ideas that put some substance to this topic which could be translated into action within companies.
So, the small groups started with the following questions: Read more…
With a majority of companies struggling to engage or connect with their workforce, now is the perfect time to familiarize yourself with some various ideas involving “Rewards Programs” for employees. Please join host Gwen Seeboth in this highly educational and eye-opening webinar sponsored by Michael C Fina.
The following and more will be covered:
- Exactly how employee “Reward Programs” are designed to engage your workforce
- How the program in turn generates better morale AND better referrals
- How effective leadership is required to really be the driving force behind a recognition program
Better to sign up and get registered for this event now as it shaping up to be a big hit, and how great would it be to receive a little recognition for helping to incorporate a “recognition program”.
Date/Time of Webinar: Aug, 13, 2014; 2 pm Eastern/11 am Pacific
Registration Link: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/ryziaydhkb35&eom
Sponsor: Michael C Fina
Why are you in HR?
Perhaps I could end this post with the title alone because it’s a poignant question. If you work in HR or make money off of HR, have you asked yourself lately why you are here?
Most will say they work in HR because they “love to work with people,” or they “like making a difference in organizations.” The funny thing is, the more you work in HR the more you find that the relationship you have with your employees is a bit of a sordid tale, and that making a difference is a periodic win that graces you with its presence maybe every solar eclipse.
So again I ask — why are you in HR? Read more…
When you’re feeling good, it’s easy to take your health for granted.
Most of us appreciate when we feel great, but few of us spend the time to figure out how we got there — and how to stay there.
It’s the same with organizations. If nothing’s obviously wrong, if people aren’t leaving in droves, if “people issues” aren’t driving costs up, managers tend to get complacent.
However, if managers are to understand the underlying health of an organization, they need much more than the basic pulse-check of annual performance ratings. Otherwise, they might be bleeding talent before they realize anything is wrong. Read more…
If there is one thing I hate in HR, it’s when I hear other HR Pros try and make HR seemingly overly complicated.
Look, we aren’t launching the Space Shuttle, we’re only trying to get good people to come and stay at our organizations. It’s not rocket science, it’s people science, and it’s probably less science and more common sense.
In fact, we could call your HR strategy, People Sense! But, that’s sounds like a bad HR tech company name. Read more…
A few days ago, my eye was caught by an article titled, Why They Rejected the Best HR Candidate They’d Ever Interviewed — The Shocking Truth Revealed!
Well, naturally I wanted to know the shocking truth about why someone wouldn’t hire a phenomenal HR pro.
It turns out (spoiler alert) that this stellar candidate (‘Taylor”) blew his last interview when he showed a disdainful attitude toward “Wade,” a slow-moving, slow talking, unfashionably dressed, gray-hair vestige of the organizational old guard bearing an indeterminate job title. Read more…
I’ve noticed several articles recently about how job seekers with visible tattoos shouldn’t be discriminated against when it comes to hiring.
One article I read even said that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 should be expanded so that inked individuals are protected from workplace discrimination.
Huh? We inherit our race, gender and national origin at birth. The last time I checked, getting a tattoo is a choice.
Now before you go berserk and jump to the comments to rant about how you should be judged by your talent and skills, not your appearance, please humor me and let me explain. Read more…
A few days ago this thought came to me: “What is the worst advice I’ve ever given anyone?’
Usually in a case like this, the first thing you think of, is usually correct! In my case, I came up with a number of things right away, none of which really seemed like the worst advice, and more of me making fun of what other people think is “good” advice.
Here’s a sample: Read more…