Welcome to another brand new edition of our ‘Must-Read Digital HR and HR Tech Articles’. The top articles of October feature a piece on employee engagement 3.0, an item about smartphone addiction taking over the workplace and an article that gives you a different take on the HR dashboard.
We've all heard this before: People are our greatest asset. As an employee, do you believe it? As a manager, do you believe it? Standard & Poors clearly considers People as one of the 3 top components of a business's value. Experts often refer to key assets as Capital. When it comes to executing on […].
When it comes to star employees, many managers are tempted to follow the Hippocratic Oath— “First, do no harm.” However, taking a hands-off approach with your best talent isn’t necessarily the right move. SEE ALSO: Managing a Multigenerational Workforce in the Age of The Millennial.
Being able to identify employees with long-term potential is truly an art form, and companies that get it right typically outperform those that don’t. The companies that excel have a well-defined system in addition to having key decision-makers highly engaged early on and throughout the interview process.
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I sometimes joke with those who ask me what I do that I get paid to play video games. It’s actually half-true. As a behavioral scientist who specializes in understanding human motivation and emotion, my colleagues and I cracked the code of engagement in games over a decade ago.
Job-hopping is the new normal in today’s workplace, and it’s not limited to recent graduates. People of all ages are leaving their jobs for greener pastures more frequently than they used to. The median tenure for workers over the age of 55 is just 2.53 years, and our research shows that one in four workers will leave their jobs this year.