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HR Professional
Learning & Development
May 29, 2019
Are all HR professionals incompetent?
A lot of employees believe HR professionals are incompetent. Many say that their HR team is untrained and uneducated, and lacks the knowledge to get their job done. This article explores the question of whether incompetence really is a key trait of the HR profession.
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Employee Relations
January 30, 2019
How an after hours email policy might work in practice
Experts like Professor Sir Cary Cooper say that we should not send emails after hours. But is an after hours email policy realistic? Or is it too challenging to implement and enforce?
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Corporate Strategy
January 23, 2019
Stop sending emails after hours
You wouldn’t stuff letters through an employee’s door in the middle of the night. So why is it acceptable to send them an email? Professor Sir Cary Cooper explores this idea further on the People HR blog.
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Employee Relations
January 16, 2019
What to do when a key employee quits
What do you do when an employee who you rely on hands you their notice without any warning? These five steps will help you figure out what to do when a key employee quits.
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Employee Relations
November 21, 2018
Should you threaten to quit to get a raise?
Your co-worker threatens to quit, and so your manager gives them a raise. Even though they’re not as qualified as you. What do you do? Suzanne Lucas, AKA The Evil HR Lady, is here to find the answer.
HR Professional
Culture & Engagement
November 14, 2018
5 ways HR can support environmental sustainability
We need to work together to support environmental sustainability. And those of us who work in HR are no exception to this rule! Here are five things we can do at work.