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Take Steps Toward Mental Health

Use your Business Acumen to make the case for investing in the mental health of employees
Mental illness affects an estimated 43.4 million adults in the U.S., the National Institute of Mental Health reports. That's almost the population of California, the most populous state, and its neighbor Arizona combined. ...




7 Things to Consider When Your Employee Asks to Move Teams

Employees rotating to a different team within the organization happens often. Here's how to determine if it's the right move.
Internal transfers are not a new phenomenon. Employees rotating to a different team within the organization happens often; however, it’s not always easy for managers to tell whether or not it’s the right move. ...




Don't Be Blind to Workplace Harassment: 5 Tough Questions to Ask

Leaders, managers and HR all need to work together to be on the lookout for trouble and address it before it makes headlines.
Combating workplace harassment isn’t as simple as setting a policy and keeping your door open to employee complaints. ...




Why You Should Run Your Business Like Bill Belichick

The New England Patriots are probably the most successful NFL team in the past 15 years. The team has won the American Football Conference East for 13 of the past 15 years, averaged 11.65 wins and 4.35 losses per season, won the AFC six times and the Super Bowl four times. ...




9 Strategies to Recruiting Better Salespeople

Many CEOs and sales managers say great salespeople are impossible to find, but some organizations consistently hire them anyway -- it's why they increase their top-line revenue year after year -- by convincing the best of the best to work for them.Recruiting is the most important aspect to make your company grow and hit new profitability benchmarks, so never stop looking for sales talent. ...




Workplace Disability Discrimination Claims Are on the Rise

Data on workplace discrimination in 2016 has been released, and the numbers are grim. Across the board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) found that discrimination complaints rose yet again, and disability-based discrimination appears to be steadily increasing. ...




Increasing Female Employment rates will boost the GDP in OCED countries by 12%

The Global Women Principal PwC has released its ‘Women in Work Index’ research stating the progress made and emphasizing the need to make more attempts in increasing female employment rates. The research highlights the ups and downs in the Index across OCED (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries. ...




The changing face of HR legislation - are you keeping up to date?

Recent years have seen the role of the HR professional evolve. Job descriptions have expanded, remits changed and priorities shifted.
But despite these changes, compliance with legislation has maintained a steadfast presence on any HR professional’s radar. ...




How to Hire a Consultant: 10 Tips to Guide You

Here are 10 tips for hiring a consultant, coach, or other workplace/career consultant:
 
 
 
1. Make sure you need a one. Examine your current staffing/situation/skill set and make a calculated decision. What kind of help do you really need? Just because a consultant is expensive doesn’t necessarily mean they are more skilled. ...




Hire Wisely: The Long-Term Effects of Employing People with Disabilities

Benefits to your business can come in many forms – whether it’s making the most of business tax credits or making staffing decisions with long-term benefits, a lot of the destiny of your company’s success lies in your hands.
 
Hiring people with disabilities is one of those decisions that can yield benefits for many years to come – here are some of them. ...