Category: HR Management

8 Reasons Why Working from Home is a Win-Win

This post has been contributed by Kevin Sheridan, keynote speaker and author. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us. Is your management team wrestling with the decision to let people work from home (WFH)? It can be a big change, but a positive and necessary one. Increasingly, people are viewing “work” as something
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Ideally, Human Resources Should Partner with C-Suite in Pursuit of Success

Often, employees of a corporation think human resources is on the side of the C-suite, while those in the C-suite feel human resources is on the side of employees. But when choosing sides, human resources needs to choose only one: success. But many times this is seemingly not the case, said David Shedd, a senior
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Authenticity and Transparency Lead to Increased Profitability and Productivity

“A lot of us women lawyers, we looked the same, like robots on an assembly line,” says Bonnie Flatt, a human resources coach/consultant who used to work as a practicing attorney. Zappos, a company that prides itself on putting culture first, acknowledges “weirdness” as one of its core values. The difference between a work environment
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Change Mismanagement: Why Your Employees Don’t Like Company Changes

“People are very open-minded about new things, as long as they’re exactly like the old ones.” ~ Charles F. Kettering  Change may be in the air, but it’s not necessarily in your employees’ hearts. Some workers are neither optimistic about – nor confident in – your attempts to alter their working environment. According to a recent
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