Final Supreme Court Word Means More Work For HR Leaders, Olympic Viewing Hurts Employee Productivity, Coaching is Good Leadership
HR Leaders need to develop programs supporting innovation within the company.
Affirmation of the act may mean higher costs, slow-down in new hires, renewed interest in CDH offerings.
Team leadership should be driven by coaches, not hard-driving managers.
Live Olympic events will happen during prime work hours, managers should be aware of impact, have policies in place.
With plethora of devices being used by employees, companies must build communication dashboard.
HR leaders need to play a key role and a hard charging CEO isn't bad either.
Staying in close touch doesn't help recharge batteries while on vacation.
With the heavy response to most recruitment ads, HR Leaders may turn to outside vendors.
Today’s gloomy situation can lead to mass defection when the economy improves.
Development & performance, talent acquisition & retention, employee engagement cited most of all.
Workers will need extra care, hand-holding as new regulations, changes raise questions.
Turning difficult internal situations into win-win scenarios can help speed growth.