There's so much going on in HR right now. In this episode Michelle Strasburger and Tracie Sponenberg have a conversation with Adam Rosenfeld on how HR can have a voice during this time and help with equality and to eliminate injustices in the workplace.
Was invited to speak with Matthew Kirby of Honest Human Resources on the topic of allyship, what allies do wrong, and how to be a better ally.
I joined James Hornick of Hirewell to discuss how job seekers can enhance their personal brand to get more interviews and get HIRED.
This podcast isn’t the same-old-same-old personal brand 101 chat. James and Adam take a deep dive in discussing how you can humanize yourself on LinkedIn, how to target and engage with people who matter (hiring managers) and they break down content creation.
Wrote about how the buck stops with managers when it comes to inclusion efforts in your company.
See how menu, purchasing, and inventory excellence drives profitability.
We’re living in the age of the gig economy, and many businesses are finding out the hard way.
According to Intuit, part-time gig work now accounts for 34% of the American workforce, and it’s expected to grow to 43% by the year 2020.
Much of that growth can be attributed to the rise of on-demand services like Uber, Lyft, Instacart, and others. These apps have opened the door for more than 3 million American workers to wor...
With the unemployment rate at an all-time low, the market for talent has never been tighter. This scarcity of talent and subsequent disengagement means that unmotivated employees can quickly become ex-employees if their frustrations are not properly understood. With a full 67% of employees reporting being disengaged in their workplace and 85% of employees saying they’re open or actively looking for new opportunities, an engagement strategy should definitely be a priority.
Many companies under...
HR prides itself on being the heartbeat of an organization, but it only gets harder to keep your finger on how happy your employees are as your company grows, particularly as it grows rapidly.
As your company expands and business goals evolve, keeping your employees engaged is key. With a 2017 study claiming disengaged employees cost their organizations $450-$550 billion dollars, it’s in your best interest to understand how to keep employees feeling invested and performing their best.