What can Harleysville Insurance Company v. Holding Funeral Home, Inc. teach you about privilege and eDiscovery?
HR professionals and companies are getting serious about People Analytics. The use of analytics doesn’t have to be scary! Use these 9 tips to begin the process of implementing a data-driven approach to managing people in the workplace.
The ability to recognize, understand and manage our own emotions, and to understand and influence others emotions is the quintessential definition of emotional intelligence. An even more critical concept is how we use and manage the emotional information to guide thinking and behavior in order to achieve our goals. For Human Resource professionals, managing employee’s emotions can be a never-ending saga of conflict and frustration, especially in our currently super-hyped, politically charged social environments.
Each of the 8 tips are components of emotional intelligence that can help you when tackling conflict resolution.
Why You Should Conduct Corporate Self-Examinations
Corporate risks live within your organization. Acting on a risk impacts an ecosystem within a company that eventually shows up in the marketplace. Further, risks create profits, shareholder value, and for some time limited or prolonged losses. In recent decades, there have been unprecedented, corporate meltdowns that affected internal performance and external value on a company's perceived brand. For most, the risk was not fully understood or managed properly. It's like a cell.
Most HR professionals recognize that maintaining healthy employee relationships is vital to the advancement of any organization. Typically, HR professionals concern themselves with assisting employees in building relationships through training, team building activities, employee/family activities, etc. This tends to be the easy (and fun) part of HR. The not so fun part comes when a relationship does not develop or fails to overcome obstacles.