With the availability of email and suites such as Word and LibreOffice available on tablets, smartphones and laptops, the modern employee is always “plugged in.
59% of employees admit to working while on vacation. Over 50% of all employed adults check work emails before and after work and on the weekends, let alone vacation.
performance management has been left unchanged for quite some time now, but some new studies released by the Journal of Strategy and Business has raised some interesting points that need to be examined.
A recent look back on the Google hiring process by the New York Times has raised some interesting questions in HR and management circles.
Managing monetary resources is part of every good business manager’s resume, but when it comes to your employees as a resource, an HR professional’s resource management skills are just as important.
Recent research shows HR professionals are not managing to complete their tasks within the constraints of an 8 hour day. HR professionals (66%) are spending at least three hours per week working on tasks as they commute between home and office.
Creativity isn’t just something that creative-types churn out. It’s just that some people can tap into more easily than others. Why? A myriad of reasons, but one thing has been proven time and time again: if you are in an environment that fosters creativity, it’s easier for even the most buttoned-up individual to tap into their creative well.
When we understand Big Data, variables can be processed quickly enabling HR departments to analyze data thoroughly so that faster and more qualified results can be obtained, promoting better decision making.