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September 24, 2014

5 Essential Improvements to Corporate Governance

By: Michael Volkov This article was republished with permission from Michael Volkov’s Corruption, Crime & Compliance. Continuing with my list theme for the week, it is important to remind everyone that a culture of compliance begins with the Board of Directors, filters to the CEO who commits to promoting ethics and compliance in…
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September 11, 2014

5 HR Trends to Watch

Human capital management firm Ceridian made their predictions earlier this year for a number of areas in which HR departments far and wide will be ramping up.  We've already seen several of these predictions come true so far this year - particularly number five.  Other tactics have been building in…
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September 3, 2014

The State of Harassment & Discrimination in the Workplace

Today we have an interesting look at EEOC claims in the past year.  Jimmy Lin -- Vice President of Product Management and Corporate Development at The Network, a leader in providing integrated governance, risk and compliance solutions -- dives into the subject, offering a peek into the trends, the biggest…
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August 27, 2014

7 Tactics to Teach Millennials to be Top-Notch Sellers

Millennials are a bit of a different animal than the generations that came before them.  Their expectations, wants and even motivations part ways from those of their older counterparts.  Dana Manciagli, veteran career coach, global career expert, highly sought-after speaker and author of The Business Journals' Career Mojo column offers advice on…
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August 19, 2014

Improve Retention with a “CRHO”

By: Maurice Gilbert Global management consulting firm Hay Group is predicting a huge increase worldwide in employee turnover, up to as much as 23.4 percent by 2018.  As economies improve and opportunities increase, talent will go where it’s treated best. Meaning: it’s time for companies to step up their talent…
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July 17, 2014

What’s Hot in Training

BLR, Business & Legal Resources, which provides a host of tools to help clients remain compliant with state and federal legal requirements, conducted a study recently, surveying more than a thousand HR professionals on how training is done in their organizations, from topics covered to time allotted and what type…
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May 23, 2014

4 Steps to Avoid Firings

When an employee is performing abysmally, your gut reaction may be to can him.  But in many professions, talent is scarce, so unless you have a replacement at the ready, there’s no telling how long it may be before the position is filled again. Then, there’s the cost associated with…
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January 6, 2014

Resilience Means Survival

Resilience: a potential paradigm shift for companies or just the newest HR buzzword? The UK’s HR Magazine published a piece last week exploring the merits of building resilience in the workforce.  These days, often the most valuable employees are the most versatile. Resilient employees are those who can withstand change…
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September 16, 2013

A Shift in Knowledge Management May Mean Improved Performance

According to a report published in July by the University of Greenwich, many organizations have built and rely upon training programs that focus on the wrong thing.  Transforming Knowledge Management stresses placing less focus on learning about things to focus more squarely on learning how best to do things.  Practice…
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