| Thursday, February 26th, 2015
In yesterday’s Advisor, Navera president and CEO Steve L. Adams provided tips on taking advantage of voluntary benefits; today, we share more on this compensation trend and how to ask the right questions for 2015.
| Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
Offering voluntary benefits can take costs off the shoulders of employers—and also attract new talent. Benefits expert Steve L. Adams advises companies to provide these benefits in a way that resonates with the modern employee … and then reap the rewards.
| Tuesday, February 24th, 2015
In yesterday’s Advisor, we heard advice from Barry L. Brown, SPHR, CCP, on navigating three tricky compensation situations; today, Brown’s take on how to pay the truly unique individuals at your company.
| Monday, February 23rd, 2015
Seasoned HR pros know that there are times when compensation is anything but simple. However, there are ways to navigate these tricky waters. Here are three such scenarios, with tips for successfully addressing them from Barry L. Brown, SPHR, CCP.
| Friday, February 20th, 2015
Over the weekend, I watched a movie with my wife. I won’t say which movie because my guy friends will make fun of me. But in my defense, this past weekend included Valentine’s Day. Anyway, the movie talked a lot about fate and destiny and got me thinking about how much of what happens to us is within our control.
| Wednesday, February 18th, 2015
Unfortunately, you can’t retain all employees … termination and turnover are going to happen. The 2014 Termination and Exit Interviews Survey examined how HR pros are handling these challenges. Let’s see how you compare!
| Tuesday, February 17th, 2015
In yesterday’s Advisor, we explored five dangers of big data; today, we present distribution dangers, stratification problems, and more.
| Monday, February 16th, 2015
Big data—it’s touted as HR’s new source for actionable information. In fact, big data analysis does produce some fascinating results. But beware, there are a lot of dangers of big data.
| Friday, February 13th, 2015
If you are like me and are interested in politics, you know Ronald Reagan was considered the “Great Communicator.” His effectiveness as a communicator was often credited to his career in radio, television, and movies. His detractors often said of his oratory skills, “He’s just up there acting.” But to me, Reagan’s effectiveness as a speaker went beyond his smooth voice and polished delivery. Reagan, through the use of stories and illustrations, could educate his audience and move them to take action.