Treating Employees Like Your Kids

Ed Baldwin Bad HR, Career Advice, Ed Baldwin, Employee Development, Employee Engagement, Engagement and Satisfaction, Generations, Good HR, HR, Uncategorized 0 Comments

Because I’m reaching the “vintage” where the most junior employees I work with are now the ages of my own kids, I’m now recognizing this management phenomenon in the workplace more than ever before.  Do you treat your employees like your own kids?  On the surface it sounds preposterous.  But then again, I treat my own kids pretty well.  I …

Get KD’s New Book: THE 9 FACES OF HR

Kris Dunn Career Advice, Career Paths, Change, Change Management, Coaching, Generations, Good HR, HR 0 Comments

It’s true. I just launched a book and it is doing well. It’s called THE 9 FACES OF HR. If you like reading The HR Capitalist or Fistful of Talent, you’re going to like the book and you should check it out. Here’s the summary from Amazon for your consideration: “Popular blogger and CHRO Kris Dunn presents a hard, but compelling reality: every HR professional on …

Can This Job Be Saved? Bringing Joy Back to Work

Kelly Dingee Career Advice, Career Paths, Change, Employee Coaching, Uncategorized 0 Comments

It’s summer time….and the living is easy…sort of.  I love everything summer – from week long vacations, weekend days outside getting drenched in vitamin D, evenings on the deck, lots of family time – it’s all good.  My favorite season, hands down. As we rolled into and out of our family vacation this year, I was catching up on my …

What Does It Mean When You Send Me Emails Over a Long Holiday Weekend?

Kris Dunn Career Advice, Communication, Culture, Email, Holidays, Kris Dunn, Vacation

It’s Friday, July 5th, so that can mean only one thing–a large percentage of people in America are taking the day off, or are at work enjoying the silence that comes with an American Holiday falling on Tuesday or Thursday. American holidays on Tuesdays and Thursdays correlate to opportunities to create 4 day weekends by taking Monday or Friday off …

HR at Home–A Guide to Advising Friends & Family

Corey Burns Career Advice, Coaching, Communication, Compensation/Cash Money, HR, Resumes, The HR Profession, Training and Development

When I chose to march down the HR career path, I didn’t anticipate I’d become the “go-to” for all HR and career-related questions from family and friends. Don’t get me wrong, it’s as a privilege to be someone that family and friends can lean on in this area. But while it’s a privilege, it can be exhausting and quite tricky …

To Squash Fears of Failure, Discipline Yourself to Keep Moving.

Dawn Burke Career Advice, Change Management, Coaching, Communication, Dawn Burke, Learning, Workplace Flexibilty

“Action cures fear” – Mike Kim. I am someone who needs structure. And you do to. For the last 18 months, I’ve been on my own workwise. Before you roll your eyes, this isn’t a missive on entrepreneurialism. However, going from larger corporate environments to working for an organization of one (me) has forced me to analyze every nuance of …

The Plane Isn’t Free Falling, But You Still Need to Put Your Oxygen Mask on First.

Kathy Rapp Books, Career Advice, Change, Change Management, Coaching, Communication, Corporate America, Culture, Employee Communications, Employee Engagement, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, HR

The person who gave me my start in HR also gifted me with a book, “Managing Transitions” by William Bridges. At the time I was going through a professional change and my organization was in flux–the book was much appreciated. Fast forward almost 28 years (yes, I started my career at 12) and I still revisit that book whenever I …

Employee Relations Moment of Truth: We All Fail

Kelly Dingee Career Advice, Employee Relations, HR, Kelly Dingee

Do you know how I got into HR? I wanted to work with people. Every time I think about that sentence these days, “I want to work with people“, I can’t believe how naive I was.  Does anyone say they don’t want to work with people? I imagine there are some, but really, how often does that happen? Part of …

Training A Sourcer in 2019

Kelly Dingee Career Advice, Innovation, Kelly Dingee, Profiles, Social Media and Talent, Sourcing

Recently, I’ve been given the opportunity to train a couple of co-workers on sourcing. Somehow someone heard that I use to do that very thing, and thought it was time for me to pass on the knowledge. Please twist my arm–sourcing is my first love, and the part of my career I have enjoyed so much. It’s so interesting, circling …