Three Reasons Why HR Needs Data Science

December 5, 2017

Category: Research, Software

Data science has crept into so many areas of business that even smaller companies have begun to adopt some of the techniques large organizations have been using to better understand their customers and their business. Increasingly, data science is making […]

Passive Job Seekers: Win Them Back Before They Go

November 21, 2017

Via: Spark

HR professionals are always concerned with employee turnover rate. Turnover, of course, is a given. There will always be terminations. There will always be people who, for whatever reason, want to leave for greener grass. Those will be actively seeking […]

Culture Paradox

November 16, 2017

Category: Research, Software

Culture is another one of those buzzwords that can mean almost anything. In HR, it usually means the shared values, behavior, goals, and identity of the people that work at the company. Having a great culture is considered an important […]


The US Department of Labor is not going easy on employers

December 11, 2017

Via: Omega HR Solutions

Lest you think that a change in administration from Obama to Trump has softened the government’s stance on wage violations, let me give you some new release headlines to make you think differently. From the News Releases page on the […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee development

BHAGs: How To Use Them In Employee Coaching

December 8, 2017

Via: TalentSpace Blog

Big, hairy, audacious goals, or BHAGs, are visionary, strategy statements designed to focus a group of people around a common initiative. They traditional differ from our other goal setting techniques because BHAGS are usually positioned toward by a large group […]

Development & Evaluation, Feedback, Methods & techniques, Workplace wellness

HR 101: What to Do When Performance Goes Bad

December 8, 2017

Via: Ere Media

It’s time to pull your head out of the sand; you need to deal with poor performers! Sometimes it is uncomfortable to deal with things you would rather avoid, but there is no advantage to delaying the inevitable. If an […]