Strong Global-Mobility Programs Start at Home
By Eileen Mullaney and Natalie Navarro
Global-mobility teams serve as advisors to human resources and the business, providing insight into new assignee scenarios, alternatives to traditional assignment approaches, cost modeling and compliance requirements.
Surfing toward Productivity?
New research on employees' Internet habits shows that non-work-related web surfing may actually be good for both their health and productivity.More
Is Your Severance Policy Hurting Your Employer Brand?
By Karen Stevens
Top candidates rely on the public perception of an employer's brand to help guide their decision making when it comes to choosing a job, yet the HR industry tends to focus on branding while recruiting and hiring, and not on the one process where it may matter even more: a reduction in force.
Trying Before Buying
By Andrew R. McIlvaine
Even as the number of temporary workers in the United States reaches near-record levels, experts say companies appear to be adding more rigor to the selection process for both temp and temp-to-hire positions.
Shining a Light on Self-Awareness
By David Shadovitz
New research coming from Columbia Business School suggests many in your organization are in the dark as to how they're being viewed by others. According to experts, however, this does not present an insurmountable challenge.
Reaping a Return from Boomerangs
By Kecia Bal
New academic research highlights some of the thinking -- and precautions -- involved in taking on returning employees, something experts say is a growing hiring trend.
By Tom Starner
A new survey finds more employers are using social media to weed out job candidates, and experts say those that do it are making a serious mistake.
Standing Up for Productivity
By Kecia Bal
The next move toward affecting change in sedentary work environments could very well be the "stand-up" meeting, which new research shows may benefit collaboration and, indirectly, work performance.