Exiting Employees: How HR can Minimize the Impact

By Erez Harel, CPHR Never is there a more daunting time in an employee’s life than when he or she is about to announce to...

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Perspective: A Tip for Being More Strategic

By David Creelman Everyone tells us we should be strategic thinkers, but what does that actually involve? Here’s a little exercise you can do right...

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Can You Teach Business Savvy?

By David Creelman The universal complaint about HR is that it is not sufficiently business savvy. Is this something we can fix through training and...

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HR at the Crossroads: Strategic Partner or Policy Police?

By Lindsay Macintosh, CPHR Human resources as an effective business partner within the organization is increasingly seen as a competitive advantage—as more organizations recognize it...

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How to Get Clean Data for Your HR Reporting

David Creelman All the talk about people analytics has led to a resurgence of interest in better HR reporting. Unfortunately, most of the advice on...

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Escape from Big Data

By David Creelman You probably feel under some pressure to do something with “Big Data”. What you should actually do is probably far less clear....

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An HR Transformation to be Proud of

By David Creelman If you studied science or engineering (back in the day), you probably still find the standard practice of HR a bit odd....

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Sara Sutton Fell: Remote Workplace Futures Today

Sara Sutton Fell is a future of work expert and was named a Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum for her work in the...

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