4 Motivation Hacks that will Engage and Inspire your Employees

by Michael Haberman July 22, 2019

Tweet Today’s post was written by Keith Coppersmith who is a business and marketing expert who has experienced both the rise and fall of many businesses. He enjoys writing and providing insight of the marketing industry based on both practice and theory. Although we all come in for the salary, and we do our best […]

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Four Ways Bosses Cause Stress in the Workplace

by Michael Haberman July 17, 2019

Tweet I am currently working with someone that is having a “boss” problem.” I thought it might be appropriate to replay this post from several years ago. We always talk about problem employees and how to solve those issues. We don’t spend as much time talking about problem bosses unless they are violating some law […]

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See you at #SHRM19?

by Michael Haberman June 20, 2019

Tweet I am packing my bags and heading to Las Vegas to join approximately 19,000 people with an interest in HR. Once again I am an official blogger and tweeter, though there are so many people tweeting that is almost redundant, or is it? An invitation If you see me please connect with me. Stop […]

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How Leadership Skills Learned in School Help in the Workplace

by Michael Haberman June 19, 2019

Tweet Today’s post is brought to you by my friends at SocialMonsters.org. When you were in school, you probably questioned how a certain subject would ever help you later on in life. “When will I ever even use calculus?” you might have protested at 10 p.m., after spending hours on an impossible homework assignment. While […]

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Are you using your data collected by AI ethically? Probably not! A #SHRM19 interview.

by Michael Haberman June 17, 2019

Tweet Ira Wolfe is well versed in the challenges of collecting data and using it ethically. At SHRM19 in Las Vegas, he will talk about the challenges HR is facing in collecting data and properly using that data. Wolfe is the author of Recruiting in the Age of Googlization: When The SHIFT Hits Your Plan […]

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Older workers in tech have no chance according to one study!

by Michael Haberman June 13, 2019

Tweet Are you an older worker in tech and have wondered why you are not getting ahead in your job? A recent study, reported on by Valerie Bolden-Barrett in the HR Dive, shows that age discrimination is alive and well in the tech industry. That is probably not earth-shattering news, but the extent is bigger […]

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A Guest Post: Why Should Restaurant Companies Have HR Departments?

by Michael Haberman June 11, 2019

Tweet Today’s guest post focuses on the restaurant industry. Valmira Rashiti is a practical mystic, book worm and very much fond of words, whether written or spoken. She currently writes for Kiwi, which is a restaurant LMS that aims to help restaurant owners train their staff in an easier and more effective way. In addition, they offer […]

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Future Friday: Thought for the day.

by Michael Haberman June 7, 2019

Tweet I came across this statement that I thought was profound enough to stand on its own. “Your first impression isn’t a handshake anymore. It’s your online presence that will decide the fate of your career.” This is a quote by personal branding guru Dan Schawbel. Next time you tweet or post something on Instagram […]

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Democrat Attorneys General Seemed Ready to Challenge the DOL on the Overtime Regulations

by Michael Haberman June 5, 2019

Tweet According to attorney Eric B. Meyer, 15 states seem poised to challenge the recently released proposed overtime rules that had replaced the 2016 proposed overtime rules. The result of this action may further deny overtime opportunities for workers who have long awaited these changes. Let’s review You may recall that in late 2016 the […]

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Future Friday: Research Shows People are Important in Effective Artificial Intelligence

by Michael Haberman May 31, 2019

Tweet It turns out that research has discovered that the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in HR systems is very dependent on the people involved, particularly the quality of the managers involved in delivering performance feedback. In an article by Michael Schrage, published in MIT Sloan Management Review, he quotes McKinsey & Co. partner Bryan […]

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