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Recently, yet another coworker of mine got engaged. In this case, I mean in the romantic, let’s plan a wedding sense, but I’m sure at least a few of you HR pros thought first of employee engagement. In my current environment, both employee engagement and romantic engagement are hot topics - something to discuss and maybe aspire to, and something that seems out of reach for those that don’t have it.
Being a boss has never been easy, but in the last few years it seems to have gotten even harder. Today, we ask our leaders to be a combination of paradoxes: decisive but thoughtful; change managers but status quo protectors; honest but diplomatic.
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I am always interested in reading about leadership and selection issues from a different perspective. As in any field, HR can become an echo chamber of the same ideas without generating much new thought. With that in mind, I was fascinated by this article about interviewing and cultural fit. Don’t be scared off because it’s from an academic journal of sociology. The writing is straightforward and you don’t need to be a sociologist to follow it.
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Global firms are facing a talent exodus as world economies return to growth. Growth is expected to pick up over 2013 and 2014 – we can expect labor markets to revive and staff turnover to increase
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