Would your organisation ever consider offering employees "unlimited" annual leave? In today's featured post, HR Daily Community blogger Melissa Fitzpatrick writes about the potential pros and cons of these initiatives.
Racist comments should be addressed not simply because they're "wrong" or "bad", or contravene a workplace policy, but because they can do serious, long-term cultural damage, says Irish Ambassador Noel White.
When 'risk' is brought up in an HR context, it usually involves workplace hazards or people practices that could lead to injury or lawsuits. But HR professionals should start viewing 'people risk' more broadly, according to Aon Hewitt's managing director of people risk, Robyn Perkins.
Workforce strategic planning has now become a "hot" issue for those many organisations seeking to better align their workforce and business strategies. Advanced Workforce Strategies has recently developed a resource-rich Pack that will show you how to do this.
In a webinar on 6 November, employment law specialist Fay Calderone will explain how HR professionals can minimise their risks of facing legal liability and reputational harm in the course of their work.
In an environment of information overload, one of the most useful things HR can do is find ways to reduce distractions and help employees feel less overwhelmed, according to David Guazzarotto, CEO of Future Knowledge.
It's no secret. When it comes to the traditional review process, there's usually a long list of complaints from everyone - HR, managers and employees. Why the complaints? More importantly, what can we do about them? Check out our poster-style guide.