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HR’s Compelling New Role In Response To The Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has caused tremendous disruption in lives and in business, and human resources (HR) is key to supporting companies and catalyzing changes in the workplace. Organizations must rethink, reimagine and reconsider how they foster talent, deliver services and strengthen their organizations through a forward-thinking HR strategy—how they deliver the most compelling work experience.

Strategies for business resilience after COVID-19

As economists debate whether COVID-19 is a “black swan” event, business owners should be proactive in preserving cash flow and preparing for future uncertainty. We still don’t know the scale of the impact of COVID-19 on the global economy. However, business owners should be stepping back to stabilise, rise to their current challenges or use

Managing Change In The Workplace

Managing change in the workplace is a challenge that you must approach with care and planning. None of us respond to change in the same way. Managers and Change Leaders As a change leader your job is to make sure that each person in every team is confident and knows Why the change is important

Unlocking Innovation at Your Organization

How HR practitioners can cultivate a culture of innovation. By Kathryn Tyler Innovation can be a nebulous goal, yet it is crucial for business success. “If you’re not innovating, you’re stagnating,” says Ria Glenn DeMay, J.D., labor relations manager for the University of Maine System in Hallowell, Maine. Unlocking innovation represents a powerful opportunity for

Office Politics

What are Office Politics? Office politics exist in virtually all organizations. They are the activities performed by individuals to improve their status and advance their personal agenda – sometimes at the expense of others. These self-serving actions are informal or unofficial and could be the reason why politics in the workplace comes with a negative

SHRM CEO Challenges HR to Innovate Through COVID-19

According to Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, president and chief executive officer of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), HR must embrace workplace technology and innovate through the pandemic crisis that has gripped the world. “This is HR’s time to be strategic and to lead through this struggle,” he said. “It’s time for HR

Emotional intelligence to have upper hand in post-COVID-19 recruitment

Hiring managers will need to start promoting and recruiting workers for their emotional intelligence, not just technical ability, as we move towards a post-coronavirus culture This is according to Professor Cary Cooper, who spoke during day two of the CIPD’s Festival of Work on the growing importance of a strong wellbeing structure within organisations. “The

How to Lead With Emotional Intelligence in the Time of COVID-19

  As public health faculty at Johns Hopkins, we have been monitoring not only the map and progress on vaccines, but the impact COVID-19 has on the human condition. This is where I come in as a psychologist. In my work around the globe, I’ve had the opportunity lately to speak to and observe a wide range

The secret to effectively managing different generations in the workplace

Americans have become overly enamored with generational labels—such as “millennials,” “Gen X,” and “baby boomers”—and their associated stereotypes. Used heavily by organizational leaders, marketing gurus, and self-proclaimed generational experts, these labels seem at first to conveniently simplify the complex diversity of the people around us. But are the specific characteristics that each of these labels

Looking ahead to a second pandemic wave: why acting now to strengthen your crisis management capability is the key to building future resilience

As many countries seem to be emerging from the first wave of the COVID-19 crisis, now is the time to plan for a possible second wave says Jonathan Hemus COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on many businesses. According to the UK Office of National Statistics, almost a quarter (24 percent) of UK businesses have