Building Systems of Inclusion and Diversity

Employees at companies with inclusion are 50% less likely to quit. Along with this, they are likely to be more productive and happier overall. Making diversity and inclusion a priority in the workplace is crucial, especially if you’re looking to keep your workplace lively and vigorous. No matter what your background is, you can build systems…… Continue reading Building Systems of Inclusion and Diversity

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5 Values You Need for a Resilient Organization

It’s every founder’s dream to build a resilient organization that grows in value quickly and evolves to deliver long term value in any market scenario. However, 2020 is throwing everything short of a moon at us. To survive a pandemic, mass protests, and a collapsed economic environment, teams have to be almost superhuman to thrive and excel.Additionally,…… Continue reading 5 Values You Need for a Resilient Organization

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Should Companies Give Diversity Training?

The New Business Case for Diversity Training Very similar to how COVID 19 made the business case for digital transformation more palatable and easy to explain by forcing the move to remote work, recent protests around systemic racism against black people/ African Americans and police brutality have laid bare the case for Diversity, Equity, and…… Continue reading Should Companies Give Diversity Training?

Create a Great Job Description Without a Template

Yes, You Need a Job Description Whenever there’s a need to increase your output, execute faster, replace lost KSAs (knowledge, skills, and Abilities), or delegate key business functions, there is a set of core requirements captured in a job description. Those requirements form the basis for what comes next, which is generally to hire someone as soon…… Continue reading Create a Great Job Description Without a Template

Four New HR Policies You Need Now

People who work at a company and just go to work to do a job and provide for their families do not like the HR profession. They don’t want to be subjected to draconian restrictions by HR policies divorced from life as it is in the 2020s. For every goofy and archaic policy human resources…… Continue reading Four New HR Policies You Need Now

Why HR Outsourcing, and Why the Time Is Now

Change is continuous. Businesses, people, processes, effective methods, and technologies adjust and change over time. This rapid change impacts business ecosystems around the world. Therefore, securing external partners via HR outsourcing becomes a great tool to manage positive and negative outcomes from change. Next, we break down some of those below. Outcomes of HR Changes…… Continue reading Why HR Outsourcing, and Why the Time Is Now

Conduct an Amazing Phone Screen with this Framework

Conduct an Amazing Phone Screen with this Framework Have you ever sat at your desk waiting on a candidate to join the phone screen, only to be greeted with extended silence and a ghosted candidate?We’ve all been there.What about when you’ve got the candidate’s resume and profile, ready to take notes, only to embarrass yourself…… Continue reading Conduct an Amazing Phone Screen with this Framework

Auditing the HR Audit – Let’s Talk Innovation

What comes to mind when you think about an HR audit? Probably not a lot. I think of an HR practitioner sneaking around cubicles and worksites with a magnifying glass like Sherlock Holmes. Most people on the outside of the profession don’t really know what it means.However, if you are initiated into Human Resources, you…… Continue reading Auditing the HR Audit – Let’s Talk Innovation

Human Resource Intervention – 4 Common Scenarios

When I’m talking to people who work at companies looking to work with us, I find that there are usually common themes around the symptoms they describe for why things need to change. Whether I’m talking to an owner of a small business, the co-founder of a funded startup, the HR manager for a not-for…… Continue reading Human Resource Intervention – 4 Common Scenarios