With the grim news about the recent economic downturn, it is always uplifting to get some good news—trust is rising in the American workplace. According to BlessingWhite, a Princeton N.J. consulting firm, both employee engagement and trust in senior management has risen in 2012. Forty-one percent of North American employees expressed engagement, compared to 33Continue reading “Trust Is Higher for American Workers”
Posted by Jessica Miller-Merrell on Glassdoor.com: The human resources department is not income generating. We measure our value and effectiveness not in sales numbers, but the people we hire, train, develop and lead. How the value of HR is measured at your organization is dependent upon a number of different factors. It depends on your senior leadersContinue reading “8 Metrics Every HR Manager Needs To Know”
Complaints made to Human Resources executives are considered protected activity, according to a recent ruling by the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Finding the right hire is a strategy. Successful recruitment and onboarding needs more than just drive and desire—it needs a plan of action! Job search and hiring has become a strategic undertaking. Candidate behavior has changed and recruiting has yielded to accommodate those changes.