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4 Steps to Get C-Suite Buy-In on HR Tech

Don’t know how to go about presenting a needed HR tool to leadership? Feel like your HR tech platform project is stuck in limbo? The post 4 Steps to Get C-Suite Buy-In on HR Tech appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

5 Steps to Design a Job that Motivates Employees

Supporting a work environment that motivates employees is one of the most important things within any business.  If you don’t have motivated employees to put forth the effort required to do well, it’s likely that your company will face some challenges. Employees are with you to keep your business running and moving forward, but if … 5 Steps to Design a Job that Motivates…

4 Steps to Combat Turnover at Your Healthcare Organization

Combatting turnover in home-based and facility-based care may seem impossible. Retention is a consistent struggle for facilities and agencies alike, and in many ways, the pandemic has exacerbated those struggles. Turnover costs employers anywhere from 100-300% of each lost employee’s salary. Additionally, the results of consistent turnover in the healthcare industry can have much more … 4 Steps to Combat Turnover at Your Healthcare…

5 Steps to Becoming a Decision-Ready Organization

Data is everywhere, yet without the capability to turn information into actionable insights, data is merely the equivalent of raindrops falling endlessly into the ocean. … The post 5 Steps to Becoming a Decision-Ready Organization appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

8 Steps to Identify Your Everyday MVP Employees During The Pandemic

Read Time1 Minute, 0 Second This current public health crisis will likely result in a complete inversion of who is really important at your company. Instead of paying attention to the people with charisma and connections, we need to focus on people with competence.   8 Steps to Identify Your Everyday MVPEmployees During The Pandemic   Don’t confuse your “High Potentials” with the employees…

The 12 Steps of Recovery for Passionate A$$holes!

I wrote a post a while back titled, “The 5 Things HR Leaders Need to Know About Developing Employees“. In that post I had a paragraph: When I was young in my career, I was very ‘passionate’. That’s what I liked calling it – passionate.  I think the leaders I worked with called it, “career derailer”.  It took a lot for me to understand…

Three Steps for Better People Management in an Uncertain Market

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second When most people think of the automotive industry, they picture shiny car lots and flashy showrooms. But dealerships are more than just chrome and metal. In the U.S. alone, car dealerships employ more than a million workers from coast to coast. And it’s this “people-side” of the automotive business that truly keeps the industry running. Managing your staff requires…

The Future Is Now: 7 Steps to Initiating a Company-Wide Succession Plan

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second Enduring businesses understand the importance of planning for the future. One of the key aspects of any forward-looking strategy is a succession plan to ensure a steady pipeline of qualified successors ready to fill positions when essential personnel leave. The important thing to remember about succession planning is that it is a proactive HR strategy that has to be…

Deep Dive: 4 Steps to Achieving Finance Agility

There’s a lot of attention being paid to the concept of agility right now. Given the world we’re living in, that’s hardly surprising. Against a backdrop of uncertainty, agile businesses have the ability to rapidly adjust their people and processes to create more value and react quickly to changing conditions. Yet, from a finance perspective, defining what we mean by agility can be tricky. …

Five Steps for Making Smarter HR Tech Decisions

  If you read only a single article this year about how to lead an HR function, make this the one, it’ll make you smarter.   It’s an open secret amongst sales people that making someone feel smart is a great way to propel a deal forward, while showing someone how to be smart is often a deal-killer. Why? Because feeling smart feels good…

3 Steps for Planning in a Changing World

Throughout the world, businesses of every size are feeling firsthand the impacts of instability. In a time of uncertainty, surviving and thriving comes down to how promptly your business can identify disruptive changes and proactively respond to them. That’s not so easy when your business is mired in static planning—characterized by long planning cycles, immediately obsolete plans, siloed efforts, and hard-to-find errors. Manual, spreadsheet-based…