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Comparing old HR models to new HR models: Part 2

Comparing old HR models to new HR models: Part 2

During the past several decades, the mainstay of Human Resources has dramatically evolved from a focus on a myriad of  administrative tasks and behind the scenes number crunching toward project implementation and people-focused agendas. This shift can be attributed to...
Comparing Old HR Models to New HR Models: Part 1

Comparing Old HR Models to New HR Models: Part 1

Over the past 30 years, the practice and implementation of Human Resources has changed from an industry that focuses on numbers to one that is more in tune with the needs of employees, acting from a more people-focused agenda. The changes in the HR industry can be...
The Importance of HR Implementing Anti-Fraternization Policies

The Importance of HR Implementing Anti-Fraternization Policies

The workplace has changed and evolved dramatically during the last 25 years. With a shift in the economy and a new generation prioritizing personal and business values alternatively to those of previous generations, employees today are much more comfortable blending the lines of their personal and professional lives. This shift has caused significant change and disruption in the workplace, manifesting itself in the reduction of boundaries and a corresponding increase in interoffice romance.

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in HR

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in HR

With the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) rapidly becoming a significant conversation in every industry, human resource executives are paying close attention. The wide appeal of AI represents the promise of increased efficiency (performing monotonous tasks more quickly than a human) and with zero mistakes. However, while the idea sounds great provisionally, rushing to adopt a new technology can create added stress and challenges.

Order In The Office: The Legal Side Of HR

Order In The Office: The Legal Side Of HR

State and federal laws shape human resources management (HRM) across America. Every aspect of HRM, from hiring, firing, compensation, benefits, and workplace safety are governed by statutes that hold companies financially responsible for failure to comply. Protecting...
The Most Common Employee Disagreements

The Most Common Employee Disagreements

Conflict is most often defined as a disagreement or opposition regarding other’s interests or ideas. Whenever people work together, no matter the setting, conflict of some sort is likely to occur. Conflict is a very natural and normal part of the workplace. However,...