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The Future of Work: Intelligent Training That Adapts to Employee Performance

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Updated: Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Contributed by HR West 2018 Speaker, George Elfond, CEO, Rallyware

The rapidly changing nature of work today has ushered in a new, data-driven era in human resource (HR) management and development – fueling the need for intelligent training informed by the power of people analytics.

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Tags:  Change Management  future of work  HR Leadership  HR Management  HR West 2018  HR West Speaker  Lead Change 

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An Invitation to Empathy …one year later

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Updated: Friday, November 3, 2017

By Brett Culp – HR West 2018 Keynote

Last November, I sat in a living room with 10 people of diverse viewpoints sharing their hearts. They talked openly about their struggles and fears. Tricia and I were invited to facilitate the discussion, but we cried right along with them.

I wish you could have been there. My heart was filled with hope watching these people build connection with each other from love, even when they knew they didn’t agree on everything.

Healthy relationships and communities are built on speaking and listening well. I believe the events of the last year are an opportunity for all of us to do this together.  Right now, some of our deepest beliefs and anxieties are coming to the surface.

Whatever your opinions are, whomever you voted for, you have a choice:

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Tags:  empathy  Employee Engagement  Engagement  HR BLOG  HR leadership  HR Management  HR West 2018  Keynote  Leadership  listening. 

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Could the Law of Polarity Make Us More Compassionate?

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Monday, November 6, 2017
Updated: Friday, November 3, 2017

By Ann Tardy – HR West 2018 Keynote

The Law of Polarity states that everything has a polar opposite. In physics, polarity is a basic feature of the universe. Positive and negative forces are foundational to the structure of every atom.

If everything has a polar opposite, then perhaps…

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Tags:  Ann Tardy  Culture  effective leadership  HR West 2018  Keynote  Law of Polarity  Moxie. 

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Outsourcing HR Reaps Benefits for Small Business

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Updated: Wednesday, October 11, 2017

REASONS TO OUTSOURCE HR SERVICES.  One of the primary focuses of outsourcing has always been HR department including payroll management, employees’ compensation assistance, recruitment and retention, benefits management, tax and compliance, time and labor, etc. Why is it a good choice for you? Well, there are many reasons you should opt for this solution.

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Tags:  HR consulting  small business  small business HR  Small Company HR 

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Are your Employees Stressed at Work? Make Sure PTO Policies Aren’t a Contributing Factor!

Posted By Editor, Laurie, Thursday, October 5, 2017
Updated: Thursday, October 5, 2017

Reasons for this stress included catching up on missed work and resolving major issues that occurred when employees were away. With that stress can come negative side effects like decreased productivity at work, lack of focus, irritability, depression and more. So, what can companies do to help? Review PTO policies to make sure they aren’t a contributing factor. 

Make sure employees are aware of the company’s policies regarding PTO and revise those policies to be employee-friendly. >> Read the article on the HR West Blog

Tags:  Employee retention  employee wellness  HR management  PTO 

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