Let’s Not Kill Performance Evaluations Yet November 04 | Harvard Business Review
Performance is the contributions to the organization over time. And that value needs to be assessed in some way. Decisions about pay and promotions have to be made. As researchers pointed out in a recent debate. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, “Performance is always rated in some manner.” If you don’t have formal evaluations, the ratings will be hidden in a black box.
National Disability Employment Awareness Months November 04 | Huffington Post
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month and this year’s theme is “Inclusion Works.” This awareness month aims to educate society about disability employment issues while celebrating the many and varied contributions of workers with disabilities in the United States.
Focus on Financial Wellness at The Home Depot October 24 | WorldatWork
Join Brant Suddath, Senior Director of Compensation and HR Operations, The Home Depot, and Jennifer Benz, CEO, Benz Communications, as they discuss how The Home Depot renewed their focus on financial wellness programs to help improve employee performance.
Human Capital Watch™: Targeting Talent Shortages December 21 | Human Capital Watch™
Experts from ROI Institute and The Conference Board will discuss how Human Resource professionals can use data to identify workers to fill job functions that will experience a shortage of qualified applicants over the next decade. CPE credit available
Human Capital Watch™ November 16 | Human Capital Watch™
What does rising job satisfaction mean for employees and what is the connection to employee engagement? Attendees will be able to learn the latest trends of job satisfaction and how organizations can enhance employee engagement through future-skilling your workforce. CPE credit available
Using Coaching to Accelerate Strategy November 14 | Special Webcast
Cambria will explore how to use coaching to accelerate strategy and business imperatives. This session will redefine how you view coaching and show how to use it to go beyond developing individual leaders and to help organizations meet the challenges. HRCI, SHRM, and CCE Coaching credit available
Book Discussion: Breaking Through Bias November 09 | Special Webcast
If a woman is in a "male-dominated" career, her career is at risk due to pervasive gender stereotypes. Authors Andrea Kramer and Alton Harris present advice on how women can break through gender bias. HRCI and SHRM credit available.