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distribution of workload

Giving the Workhorse a Break: Distribute the Work for Balance on Your Team

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February 9, 2017

They say that your company is only as good as your best employees. Hence, these over-achieving individuals will naturally be the most overly utilized.  The overutilization of exceptional individuals is predictable, yet only temporarily beneficial to the company. We know that managers are always in a bind and work has to be done properly, which  Click for full story…

closing the skills gap

No Employee Left Behind: Closing the Skills Gap inside Your Company

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February 7, 2017

Every CEO desires an army of capable and skilled employees who can produce outstanding work. Yet in reality, companies have a “mixed bag” of employees with varied skill levels. Research further suggests that a very small percentage of the workforce is skilled enough to handle their workload. And to add fuel to the fire, technology’s  Click for full story…

integrating contingent workers into the culture of an organization

Integrate Your Contingent Workforce Program into your Organizational Culture

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December 22, 2016

An organization isn’t made up of the paraphernalia it contains; rather it’s the people that represent it through their interpretation and adoption of the organization’s mission, vision and culture. As the employees of the company, even the non-employees are the face of the workplace where they are deployed. So, in today’s highly competitive market where  Click for full story…

How “Human” are today’s High-tech HR Skills?

How “Human” are today’s High-tech HR Skills?

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December 16, 2016

Concepts such as employee loyalty and allegiance to one’s organization have long since become just that, concepts! HR technology is definitely not the only reason for this, but care must be taken to ensure that it doesn’t exacerbate the conditions that are dividing the fragile bond between employer and employees. Attractive pay packages alone cannot  Click for full story…