Category Archives: News

Zenefits Highlights the Problems of a Corporate Culture Gone Wild

February 28, 2016   

Zenefits has been making news headlines all year, and not for the reasons it wants to be. The latest scandal coming from Zenefits came to light at the end of February when the story broke that Zenefits was revamping its culture. What did that mean? The Silicon Valley company was banning sex and drinking at […]

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8 of the Most Common Talent Management Mishaps Made by Startups

February 28, 2016   

In today’s marketplace, just the word “startup” conjures images of a glamorous, fast-paced career where innovators are coming together to change the world. While that might be true for some startups, it’s not the norm. This past week has really highlighted some of the issues happening with startups and technology companies in general. Two big […]

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Bias-Free Talent Management

February 22, 2016   

As I’ve mentioned throughout this series about bias in the workplace, you’ll never eliminate it altogether, but you can certainly minimize its often negative impacts that derail your best talent management efforts and decision-making. Howard Ross, whose ideas and writings I’ve relied on heavily for this series, lays out very practical steps to take throughout […]

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How to Deal with Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

February 15, 2016   

I hope it’s clear by now that when it comes to bias, it’s not something we can eliminate entirely, nor should we try to, because it’s an essential aspect of how we go about making decisions in our daily lives. But it’s also true that bias can get in the way of making good talent […]

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5 Fantastic Engagement Software Solutions for 2016

February 13, 2016   

The Advantages of Employee Engagement Employee engagement is something most, if not all, companies are now striving for. In traditional models of talent management it was enough to have employees who were merely showing up for work and seemingly getting the job done, but now businesses big and small are increasingly seeing this just isn’t […]

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Unconscious Bias in Talent Management

February 8, 2016   

If you are human, you are biased. It’s the most basic point author and diversity expert Howard Ross has been making for years, most notably in his most recent book, Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgments in Our Daily Lives. How these biases affect the talent management process and what you can do about […]

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Diversity’s Dirty Secret

February 1, 2016   

It’s fairly common knowledge at this point that businesses and organizations like to think of themselves as committed to diversity, and yet far too many diversity efforts fail. I’ve written in the past about how one of the reasons this happens is by leaving inclusion out of the equation (see Why Diversity and Inclusion Efforts […]

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Who are Your Superbosses?

January 30, 2016   

Everyone knows what a good boss does – hits the goals and leads the team. But what do you call people who far surpass their goals and create the next set of leaders your company needs to reach a whole new level in its development? Leadership and Management expert Sydney Finkelstein of the Tuck School […]

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How to Assemble an HR Manual, Part 2: Writing and Publishing

January 29, 2016   

In this second part of how to create or revise an HR Manual, I’ll briefly go into the writing process and then spend more time on creating the online version of the manual.

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How to Assemble an HR Manual, Part 1: Preparation

January 28, 2016   

Congratulations! You’ve just been handed the assignment of putting together a new or revised HR manual or employee handbook for your organization. If you’re feeling like you’d rather have food poisoning than put together an HR manual, you’re not alone. Most people think of this project as a royal pain in the you-know-what – usually […]

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