- The case for big data psychology
Frequently coming under fire for their focus on numbers and not people, big data and psychometrics may actually be the weapon of HR’s future, one expert suggests.
- How to handle tears at work
Let’s face it, crying at work happens – even Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg admits to having shed tears in the office, but how can it best be managed?
- Creating an airtight investigation process
In many cases, the investigations surrounding claims of bullying or misconduct are just as important as the outcomes. How can you ensure your investigation processes and procedures are airtight?
- “Surplus job seekers” will worsen: report
No need to rush the hiring process - employers are spoiled for choice.
- Hire ‘em, fire ’em: Why your hiring policy needs to be ruthless
Could a super-tough approach to candidates and the hiring process save months of work on performance reviews and eventual terminations further down the litigation-strewn track?
- Managing and supporting grieving employees
Losing a close friend or family member, a child or spouse, is devastating for all of us. But when it happens to a co-worker or employer, it can be difficult to know how to support them. While there are policies in place for grievance leave, what do you do when the affect is felt for weeks or months?