Editor's Note: In today's fast-paced news cycle, we know it's difficult to keep up with the latest and greatest HR trends and stories. To make sure you're updated, we're recapping our most popular articles every month in our "In Case You Missed It" series. Keep reading for December's top stories!
Why the ROI of Learning Shouldn't Be a Question
Attracting and maintaining top talent is tougher than ever, but providing the right learning opportunities can help organizations differentiate themselves. Jim Lundy, founder and CEO of technology research firm Aragon Research, explains why.
Dear ReWorker: How Do I Handle a Sexual Harassment Claim?
An employee recently filed a sexual harassment claim against a colleague. Should the accused be fired immediately? See what the ReWorker recommends.
The Board of Global Ministries: Inspiring Young Leaders to Grow
The Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation partnered with the Board of Global Ministries to help its young employees develop leadership skills. How effective has the program been so far? Executive Director of the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation Julie Brandt shares her first-hand experience as a mentor.
3 Predictions for Recruiting in 2018
2017 may have been the year of artificial intelligence, but that doesn't mean it won't have a significant impact on recruiting in 2018 as well. Where is AI heading, and what other trends should recruiters pay attention to in the coming year? Read on.
Office Hours: If You Care About Your Career, Focus on Your Passion
On average, millennials switch jobs four times throughout their first decade out of college. In this video, Bill Gassen, chief HR officer at Sanford Health, explains why a career change can be healthy.
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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.