Tag: health

T3 – Health Fair Connections @HealthFairGuys

This week on T3 I take a look at the HR technology app Health Fair Connections. Health Fair Connections (HFC) is a unique software that allows benefit’s professionals to secure vendors for their internal health fairs, maximize employee participation, and organize their entire health fair information in one platform. HFC is a technology, not an event company. The technology allows HR departments to list…

Pokemon Go Your Employees To Better Health

I hate posts that just comment on the hottest thing going on in the world. Here’s the thing, I’m the last guy you want to hear some commentary on Black Lives Matter! So, you get Pokemon Go commentary instead! Okay, here’s my take on Black Lives Matter – If you say “All Lives Matter” you’re an ignorant asshole. Of course “all” lives matter, but…

THE TOP 20 BRANDED HR & TALENT PROS: Meet Jim D’Amico from Spectrum Health

Let’s face it – Fearful of the spotlight and conservative to a fault, HR pros generally aren’t the best examples to look towards when it comes to professional branding. Kris Dunn (Kinetix RPO, The HR Capitalist) and Tim Sackett (HRU Technical Resources, TimSackett.com) think that needs to change.  That’s why they created this series – The Top 20 Branded HR Pros(sponsored by the team at…

Mental Health And Recruiting: A Little Honesty

I’ve been thinking of re-launching my blog, and today I think I have something important enough to start writing again. Yesterday, at #truStockholm, I got in to a bit of a conversation with someone about mental health, and how to best support someone suffering with depression from an HR point of view. I’m passionate about this subject because it is very close to home,…

Best Jobs in Health Care For 2015

CareerBuilder and MiracleWorkers.com put together a list of some of the best health care jobs for 2015. The list reflects how recent technological advancements will create high demand for specialized jobs, and how the needs of the aging baby boomer …

Well-rested employees may be more ethical

Encouraging employees to take more frequent breaks and get as much sleep as possible may benefit your company. A 2013 study by Christopher Barnes of Foster School of Business showed that well-rested participants were less likely to cheat on a contest than their peers who got less sleep. Simply put: Workers who get enough rest may act more ethically than those who don’t.