Category: HR Strategy

CTCG Helps Take the Pain Out of Career Transitions

One of the most painful aspects of an organization downsizing or otherwise making employees redundant is trying to support that individual’s transition from one role to another or from one employer to another. Career management is not something you see universally taught in schools, colleges, or universities. This lack of education leaves the brunt of
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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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