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Your Employees' Inability to Speak Up Is Costing Your Business Big Money
Are your employees afraid to speak up at work? A new study found that failure to have constructive conversations is costing your business big bucks.
9 New Year's Talent Management Resolutions
Need some New Year's resolution inspiration? Find out what nine executives and HR professionals had to say about their talent management goals for 2017.
7 Books Every HR Manager Should Read in 2017
We reflected on our favorite reads and interviewed entrepreneurs, leaders and HR pros to compile a short-list of must-read management books in 2017. How many have you read from the list?
The Four Stages of Workforce Analytics: What Level Are You?
In order for HR to get the same respect as finance and marketing when it comes to data-driven insights, teams should advance from describing talent problems to prescribing solutions. Find out how.
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What's in a Name? 5 New HR Titles to Replace HR
Job titles are having a moment. Business analysts call themselves "data wranglers." Marketers are "brand defenders" and "growth hackers." Salespeople are "customer success managers" — the list goes on. But what about human resources job titles?
Ethics in human resources: 6 guidelines for HR teams
Today's human resources professionals manage more moral, ethical and legal responsibilities than ever before. Beyond compensation and benefits, HR teams are now tasked with challenges like fostering workforce diversity, addressing inequality issues and setting standards around workplace conduct.