Tag: promotion


Gay Employee’s Failure-to-Promote and Termination Claims Dismissed

June 28, 2022


Conclusory allegations of gender discrimination are not sufficient to allow a plaintiff to survive summary judgment, according to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. In order to overcome a motion for summary judgment in a gender discrimination lawsuit brought […]

Communication, Development & Evaluation

Ask HR: How Should I Ask for a Raise?

November 19, 2021


SHRM President and Chief Executive Officer Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, is answering HR questions as part of a series for USA Today. Do you have an HR or work-related question you’d like him to answer? Submit it here. I […]


Employee’s Bias Claim Accrued When She Learned of Denied Promotion

August 31, 2021


The statute of limitations on an employee’s claim that her company failed to promote her because of bias began when the worker knew—or reasonably should have known—that her company didn’t promote her, the California Supreme Court ruled. A statute of […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee retention

Knowledge Retention through Raises and Promotions

September 1, 2020

Via: HR Hero

A traditional challenge for training and development departments has been how to foster their staff’s retention of material. Training is often conducted for new staff at the start of their term of employment or once a year. Employees are required […]


Here’s How to Better Manage Cognitive Biases at the Workplace

June 18, 2020

Via: Coraline Valiant

“Leaders need to correct for cognitive biases the way a sharpshooter corrects for wind velocity or a yachtsman corrects for the tide.” ―Paul Gibbons, The Science of Successful Organizational Change: How Leaders Set Strategy, Change Behavior, and Create an Agile […]

Research, Software

Workers anticipate raises, promotions in 2020

December 3, 2019

Via: HR Dive

Employers that don’t recognize the importance of development opportunities risk losing talent to competitors. In fact, clear development paths can be viewed as employee benefits in their own right. A June poll of hourly workers by hourly work platform Branch […]

Development & Evaluation, Engagement

Ask the Expert: How to Reward High Achiever without Upsetting Coworkers?

August 9, 2019

Via: HR Hero

Q.) We want to give an important employee a raise to ensure she stays with us, but we don’t want to be unfair to other workers. Are there other ways to retain this employee without upsetting coworkers? A.) There are […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee retention, Engagement

Employees Prefer a Raise, But They’re Also OK with a Promotion

February 22, 2019

Via: Workforce

A recent survey conducted by HR consultancy Korn Ferry revealed that 55 percent of employees prefer a raise with no promotion. However, 45 percent of them are just fine with a new title and no salary bump. The survey, conducted […]

Research, Software

Welcome to the No Vacation Nation

June 5, 2018

Via: HR Hero

According to a recent report by Kimble Applications, quite a few employees in the United States did not take all of their allotted vacation time. Today we are joined by Kimble Application’s Mark Robinson to discuss the findings. Finally, scroll […]

Development & Evaluation, Engagement

Turning Passive Candidates into Active Ones

April 20, 2018

Via: HR Hero

In yesterday’s Advisor, we noted that passive candidates may be a great resource to try to fill vacant roles. We reviewed several ways to try to find these candidates. Today, we’ll take a look at how to entice a passive […]