Tag Archives: HR

Understanding the rise of intrapreneurship


Thought Leadership presented by The Learning House, Inc.   By Tricia Hussung The term “intrapreneurship” refers to new ventures spearheaded within a larger organization. As the millennial generation enters the workforce with new ideas and an unfettered drive to succeed, intrapreneurship is on the rise as a way to channel innovation within a corporate framework. What is intrapreneurship? The essential ...

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Lessons from the farm: Is your workflow mostly work or mostly flow?


Thought Leadership on Employee Benefits-Risk & Reward presented by Paul Younkins at TriBridge Partners. This is part 3 in our series, 3 ways to apply farming principles to a health plan. As a child growing up in a farming community, I was given the opportunity to experience the early mornings and daily routines associated with raising livestock, baling hay and overall land ...

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The right fit: Why sales personality matters

Thought Leadership on Online Staffing presented by Salesmatchr powered by MyStaffNow. Salespeople can make or break an organization. Do you have a great product or service? Great! But if you don’t have someone on your team who can sell it, your idea might be dead in the water. Salespeople are the ones that help funnel the growth of a company, product ...

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How to create an environment that fosters innovation

Thought Leadership on Team Building presented by Terrapin Adventures, LLC Companies that cannot break free from traditional thoughts and approaches regularly go the way of the dodo. Yet companies still struggle to create an environment that fosters innovation, but where work fundamentals are still completed. So how do you find the right balance? And then, how do you make that part of ...

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5 questions to ask yourself when hiring an HR leader

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Thought Leadership on HR Strategy presented by Levy Employment Law, LLC and RealHR Solutions LLC.  CEOs often ask us to help them determine what they need in a human resources professional to lead their HR function. They also want to know how much it will cost them. This opens up a critical conversation, and the most important question we ask is always: What are ...

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Getting your employees to buy in might cost less than you think

Thought Leadership on Talent and H.R. presented by Speed Raceway. Great ideas are the lifeblood of innovation. However, in the real world, ideas are only as good as their execution. And for most of us, it takes a team of people in multiple disciplines, departments and facets to execute an idea. Unfortunately, brilliant plans can get clouded and inevitably lose steam ...

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A healthier bottom line: 3 ways to measure it

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Thought Leadership on The Future of Wellness presented by LifeWork Strategies. What does it really mean to have a healthier bottom line? Is it the bottom number on your P&L? Is it the report to your board of directors? The short answer is: The health of your employees IS your bottom line. Your employees are your business. Here are three ...

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What to do (and NOT do) when considering an HR Technology Platform change

Thought Leadership on Employee Benefits-Risk & Reward presented by TriBridge Partners. Based on the 2014 TriBridge-Prosential* National Employer HRIS Technology study, almost 30 percent of employers are considering an upgrade to their current HR/benefits/payroll technology platform. That number is increasing by the day, due in part to the amount of reporting pressures coming from the Affordable Care Act (ACA) but also due ...

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10 biases impeding your interview process

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When choosing new employees, you probably rely heavily on the most popular hiring approach – the employment interview. Although you and your managers may be experienced at conducting interviews, unrecognized biases and common mistakes may be preventing you from selecting the very best candidates.

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