You might have really good employees. But wouldn’t you really have great ones? That’s why one of our company values is Grow from Good to Great.
Workplace distractions are everywhere, but the ones were reported as most time-consuming might surprise you. (Hint: It's not social media or technology.)
There’s just so much to do during the holidays. But there’s also a few things that HR should not do. Here are five to keep in mind:
Companies must understand their multigenerational workforce. With insight into their similarities and differences, you’ll become a better leader.
I’ve blogged about so many parts of HR throughout my time here at BambooHR, but I thought it would be fun to sign off with a list of things that truly impacted the way I see HR:
Here are some questions you can ask yourself to see if adding a company value about employees doing the right thing would fit into your company culture:
In 3 years, 80 percent of companies will better train their employees, and it will mainly be online. Do you improve productivity through training?
We like to share stories around when we’ve made a customer’s day—or even a potential customer. Here are things we heard from our happy customers in October:
People say the darndest things during an interview. Here are 9 questions you can ask that will reveal job-candidate red flags:
In the data-driven age, HR is under increasing pressure to connect investment strategies to measurable, bottom-line results. Learn how to measure HR's ROI.
In our quest to get the right applicants, we researched best practices from different sources and found an exceptional job listing should include 5 things:
Job descriptions can be a little…boring? Wouldn’t it be more effective to ask someone at the company what it’s like? We think so. So that’s what we did.
It’s not just HR who needs to master the skill of being conversational. . So, here are 10 tips for making conversations (the easy and hard) a positive experience:
Are your employees brand advocates? There’s always room for improvement. With that in mind, here are 5 things HR can do now to encourage brand advocacy:
You can be a leader, not a boss! Just simply focus on certain things to become an inspirational leader. A boss says, “go,” while a leader says, “let’s go!”
In the early years it was easy to stay close because we all sat in the same room, but it's tough to keep a growing startup feeling like a family.
Are there limits to strategic HR? Many HR tasks can be done with the company’s long-term goals in mind. Here are 5 unconventional ways to be strategic in HR.
When approximately 76 million baby boomers retire, they’ll create the largest single-generation workforce exodus ever. How will this impact your company?
A video interview is not meant to replace the traditional interview; however, many companies require video interviews before applicants can move forward.
Which is better: work-life balance or integration? There are merits to both. Companies have success with both. But which is right for your people?
Working with people easily can be an invaluable resource. Here are 10 ways Dale Carnegie encourages us to work with people to make a good lasting impression.
Employees won't always see eye to eye. That’s why it's vital for employee conflict to be constructively managed. Here are some ways HR can do that:
Give your employees a reason to be excited about coming to your company. Make your employee handbook something you're proud to share with these 6 tips.
Opinions of human resources departments are typically pretty polarizing. Here are the top 5 reasons some employees say they don’t like us: