Positive Stories About Working in Retail

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13 Retailers made the 2015 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® list

Try Googling “working in retail.” You will not only find the top ranked search results are all negative, but also you will see that many of the remaining results contain words like crazy, worst, tough, hardship, problem, and demeaning. There is a lot of negative press about the experience of retail employees. There are even entire websites dedicated to documenting the daily challenges that retail employees face.

How Analytics Can Empower Your HR Strategy

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Lessons from SAS, One of the World’s Best Workplaces.

Top Workplaces in Healthcare: 4 Elements of a Successful Healthcare Employee Experience

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Confronting stressors: It’s just part of the job description for any healthcare worker in 2015. Each day this year, healthcare workers will be:

5 Elements of Focus that Leaders Can Bring to Support a Great Workplace

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It’s that time of year again! No, I am not talking about March Madness or spring break.

It’s almost time for the release of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® list, produced by Great Place to Work® Institute. Each year, I look forward to this publication.

Can We Predict HCM Trends Happening in 2020? If We Ask the Right Questions We Can

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The "Uberization of work" is coming. That's the latest work world prediction. As with years past, the transition between 2014 and 2015 has been marked by a barrage of assessments about HR's past performance and a flurry of predictions about the future of work. According to my newsfeeds:

5 Ways Social Media Has Changed HR

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Social recruiting is among the top 5 HR trends that HR functions are prioritizing in 2014. Yet, using social media in the performance feedback process is not a priority for HR. These are among the findings of APQC’s newly released HR Performance, Priorities, and Trends survey report. According to guest blogger Dave Clemens, senior writer for Rapid Learning Institute and writer of The HR Café Blog, social media has already changed HR.

How to Close Your Personal Leadership Skills Gaps

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APQC recently spoke with Dan McCarthy, Director of Executive Development Programs at the Paul College of Business and Economics, the University of New Hampshire (UNH). He’s the author of the award winning leadership development blog “Great Leadership” and the Great Leadership Development and Succession Planning eBook.

The "Secrets" of Leadership Development

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APQC recently spoke with Dan McCarthy, the Director of Executive Development Programs at the Paul College of Business and Economics, at the University of New Hampshire (UNH). He’s the author of the award winning leadership development blog “Great Leadership” and the Great Leadership Development and Succession Planning eBook.

Leadership Deficit: Incivility at Work Detrimental to Bottom-Line

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APQC recently spoke with Mary Jo Asmus, owner and operator of Aspire Collaborative Services LLC, about how leaders can promote civility in the work place. Aspire Collaborative Services LLC is an executive coaching firm established to work with leaders and teams who are smart and want increased focus on the things that will make them extraordinary.

China Gorman, CEO, Great Place to Work Institute, on Why Strategic HR Matters and How HR Can Become More Strategic

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In conjunction with the release of our Strategic HR Partnerships Best Practices Report, APQC is conducting a series of interviews with people who have experience with the topic of strategic HR partners. This third post in the series features China Gorman, CEO, Great Place to Work® Institute and author of the HR blog series chinagorman.com, sharing her views on the topic of strategic HR—why it matters and how HR can become more strategic.