The Latest News and Recommendations for Effective Human Capital Management
On August 1, 2016, Governor Baker signed into law an update to the Massachusetts 1945 equal pay bill aimed at preventing discrimination against women and minorities in the workforce.read more
You need to fill a vacancy in your executive marketing team. Marketing is moving fast, and you can’t afford a vacuum in essential leadership spots. What do you do?
Having a competent future executive waiting in the wings might need to be more of a priority for you –- and your organization.
Among the many myths, there is one important truth regarding millennials in the workplace that needs to be addressed: how bad most organizations are at actually engaging and retaining them.
“Clopening” is when a retail or other hourly-based worker is assigned the closing shift and the opening shift on the next consecutive day, and it’s one of HR’s biggest failures.
Superstar salespeople often seem immune to the professional standards to which the rest of us are held accountable. Is that the right way to manager your team?
The role of the manager has radically changed with the advent of new technologies and the shifting of tasks such as employee learning and development to other parties, such as HR departments. Will managers become the newly axed typing pool? Or can we bridge the “knowing-doing gap” with a learning renaissance?