A Top-10 List for 2016 Say-on-Pay Preparation
By Chris Wightman and Joe Ruocco
As say-on-pay enters its sixth year as a mandatory ballot item on U.S. company proxy statements, there are fewer failed votes, but the challenges continue. Here are 10 points to consider before the next round of voting begins.
Parsing the Job-Engagement Paradox
By Pat Tomlinson and Marcelo Modica
Employees are committed for now, but many of them would happily move on tomorrow. Employers face a loss of key talent, and the threat of being left with too many disaffected workers who can drain productivity and morale.
Performance Management Needs to Be Disrupted
By Sameer Patel
Performance management needs to be re-thought across three key elements that impact both an organization's programmatic and technology choices.
Retaining Senior Managers
By Jill Cueni-Cohen
New research shows that senior managers are overlooked when it comes to retention efforts. Experts weigh in on ways to keep top talent engaged and in place.
Got Talent? Tap Big Data to Keep It
By Meredith Amdur
Big data analytics can serve as an early warning system for when people may be tempted to head for the exits, enabling HR to better target retention efforts and save on recruiting costs.
Dealing with a Shutdown
By Dave Kitross
Managers of federal employees may already be familiar with dealing with workers before and after a government shutdown, but there are some important things to keep in mind as a budget deal either gets brokered or broken in the coming weeks.
The Big Disconnect
By Andrew R. McIlvaine
Fatigue can have a noticeable impact on the success or failure of change-management efforts, though a new study reveals a significant disparity between senior leaders and rank-and-file employees as to the part it plays within their respective organizations.
By Maura Ciccarelli
Employee-assistance programs just aren't what they used to be -- and that's good news for both employers and workers.