By John F. Baum and David Baum
While it is misguided to expect a single millennial to speak for an entire generation, we thought it would be interesting to have a millennial address both some of the findings of a recent workplace survey and prevalent presumptions about the youngest working generation.
Do You Care Enough To Call?
By Kevin Osborne
Soliciting feedback is one easy way to confirm an outplacement-services vendor is delivering high-quality services to former employees, but to their detriment, not enough HR leaders are making the effort to learn what those affected think.
Time to Focus on Your Best Performers
By Renee Charney and Carol A. Gravel
Your highest-performing employees may be just the ones most likely considering leaving your organization for another opportunity, especially because those with the strongest skills are generally also those in the highest demand. Keeping those employees should be paramount for your organization's success.
An HR Exodus?
By Tom Starner
With the economy slowly trending upward, one-third of HR professionals say they will test the job market this year, according to a new survey. But will demand meet supply?
The Slow Approach to Hiring
By Katie Kuehner-Hebert
New research finds almost half of hiring managers have made a decision on a candidate within the first five minutes of an interview, but hiring experts say those managers who rush to judgment could risk passing over worthy candidates.
Setting Up Autistic Employees to Succeed
By Mark McGraw
A new study finds placing autistic adults in more independent work settings may help alleviate symptoms of the developmental disorder. Experts say there is no "ideal" work setting for autistic employees, but HR can help create an environment that enables autistic workers to thrive.