This week’s HR Highlights – 18th July 2018

This week’s HR Highlights – 18th July 2018

This week’s HR Highlights  – 18th July 2018

Are you confident in your approach to employee engagement? Do you know how to retain millennials, or how to drive positive company culture? Find out the answers to these people management challenges, plus more, in this week’s HR Highlights…

 

How CEOs Can Help Retain Millennial Employees >>

According to the most recent study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it’s estimated that the 16-24 age group will comprise nearly 34 percent of the work force by 2024.

 

Keys to Improving Company Culture in Times of Rapid Growth >>

As companies grow, change is both imminent and exciting. During periods of rapid growth, companies often bask in the glory of increased revenues, thriving teams, and the sense of pride that comes with a positive trajectory. On the other hand, this success can also create “growing pains” that hit squarely at company culture.

 

Engage Employees by Actually Listening to Them >>

Engaging employees does work if done properly. Click through for an example of what can be accomplished when the CEO asks employees for their help and is provided with a process to suspend the negative effects of culture, politics, and silos.

 

Why It’s Time to Kill Progressive Discipline >>

Corporate culture and management advisor Brian Fielkow discusses why he believes ‘progressive discipline’ does not work. It’s a system of employee discipline in which penalties increase with repeat violations, typically with various steps or stages: verbal warnings, written warnings, suspension, and termination.

 

Former Google People Chief Laszlo Bock on 3 Critical Skills Future CEOs Will Need >>

Few people have had as much influence over the intersection of technology and leadership as Laszlo Bock, who led “people operations” at Google for a decade, helping to create one of the legendary corporate cultures in business history.

 

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