18 Reasons to Consider Remote Employees in 2020

Remote Employees Tips

According to a study conducted by the London Business School’s Global Leadership Summit and the outlook of business leaders, over half of us will be working in our pajamas by 2020. A crowd of 600 participants was asked a variety of questions. Roughly 35 percent answered over half and 25...

The Benefits of Timekeeping Software for Your Business

Timekeeping software

Timekeeping software is a tool to track workforce, resources, and time spent on a particular project or task by an individual employee or a group of employees. The best time management[1] software has features like tracking time, tracking billable hours, taking a screenshot of the computer screen of an employee,...

10 Successful Employee Engagement Strategies Every CHRO Should Implement

10 Successful Employee Engagement Strategies Every CHRO

Engaged employees are rare. As a matter of fact, research from Gallup revealed that there is only 13 percent of engaged employees globally. Engagement refers to the positive emotional connection that an individual feels toward their work and demonstrated by the effort that they exert into doing their job. This can make...


What HR Leaders Can Learn from the World’s Greatest Rock Band

This post is republished from SethMcColley.com with the permission of the author, Seth McColley, Vice President Human Resources, Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc. When you look at this picture, I know what you may be thinking - what would compel four seemingly normal people to get THEIR picture taken with this guy flashing...

How to Prevent Harassment and Violence in the Workplace?

Reduce Workplace Harassment and Violence

Creating a comfortable workplace environment that is safe and non-threatening should be a priority for every business. When employees feel secure, this will contribute to their productivity and will benefit the company as a whole. One way to achieve this is to minimize incidents of harassment and violence in the...

4 Stages of the Performance Management Cycle in HRM

Performance Management Cycle in HRM

The performance management cycle is an essential component to achieve organizational success as well as a competitive edge. It is a recurring phenomenon in every organization in which employees are evaluated annually. So, why is it important? By developing a performance management cycle plan, a business ensures that organizational goals are going...

7 Ways Payroll Automation Is Beneficial for Human Resource Departments

How Payroll Automation Is Beneficial for Human Resource

Modern HR has and continues to be a foundational piece of any good business strategy. While filling staff positions and ensuring workplace compliance have always been integral to the success of organizations, the human resources department is becoming an increasingly strategic unit. HR leaders are responsible for not only hiring but...


15 Ways People Analytics Can Improve Workforce Diversity

People Analytics to Improve Workforce Diversity

Human Resource departments are progressively becoming people analytics departments. According to Harvard Business Review, 70 percent of the companies now say they are considering people analytics to be a high priority. Firms in a variety of industries are exploring how to use people's data for improving recruiting, hiring, employee training, and...

Top 15 Artificial Intelligence-Based Employee Engagement Tools for 2020

Artificial Intelligence-Based Employee Engagement Tools for 2020

Employee engagement is a critical aspect and an important dynamic in the recruitment sub-sector. Today top-notch organizations gather data to see how the information can be used to make changes in human resource management. Data collected allows personnel in charge of employee recruitment and engagement better understand how to improve...

Why Hiring Veterans Gives Tech Businesses Unique Advantages

Hiring veterans

Guest Contribution by Russell Medina The business climate in North Texas is rapidly changing. Recent research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the number of qualified tech workers is quickly shrinking.  In simple terms, there is only one qualified tech worker for every two tech jobs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area....