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A Human Resources generalist, manager, or director plays a wide variety of roles in organizations. Depending on the size of the organization, these HR jobs may have overlapping responsibilities. In larger organizations, the HR generalist, manager, and director have clearly defined, separated roles in HR management.
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  1. Bob Schlechty

    Bob Schlechty

    23/02/2017
    Join the new Tampa Bay Real Estate hive to add and follow Real Estate in the Tampa Bay Area.
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    Tampa Bay Real Estate Real Estate information for Tampa, St. Petersburg, Hillsborough, Pinellas and surrounding
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  2. ProducerMichael Schneider
    Time to Change Your Culture? Don't Forget These Emotional Intelligence Must-Haves
    Time to Change Your Culture? Don't Forget These Emotional Intelligence Must-HavesYou have a new strategy and your mission is clear, then why aren't your employees excited? Although it took a lot of work to revamp your vision, the truth is, that's only the beginning. Your organization must now prepare to manage the cultural...
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  3. Walter Smith

    Walter Smith

    22/02/2017
    Organizational Metrics for Educational Change https://affectivelearningwiki.atlassian.net/wiki/display/ALS/Affective+Learning+SystemsWalter Smith
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  4. ProducerAli Anani

    Ali Anani

    21/02/2017
    Management Lessons from the Kitchen
    Management Lessons from the KitchenKitchens are a great source of creative ideas and innovations. It amazes me when we probe cooking instructions on what to do and not to do how many ideas relevant to management surface out. I intend to show by examples what I mean. The Salted...
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    Ali Anani
    23/02/2017 #14 Ali Anani
    #7 Very interesting comment @Stephane 🐝 Fenner. Some people use the peels of orange, lemons and even water melons to flavor cakes or as a fodder for animals instead of throwing their leftovers. What I mean we may still be kinder to employees once we squeeze their last drop of juice.
    Ali Anani
    23/02/2017 #13 Ali Anani
    #12 Because of your lovely comment, my nexe buzz shall be on spacetime of decision making dear @Sara Jacobovici
    Sara Jacobovici
    23/02/2017 #12 Sara Jacobovici
    #8 Agreed @Ali Anani. Thanks for the important reminder of the time factor. You have expanded on the idea of "timing". It's great how you can hold and see the whole picture/process in your mind.
    Ali Anani
    22/02/2017 #11 Ali Anani
    #5 Thank you dear @Jeet Sarkar and I appreciate your voicing your opinion.
    Ali Anani
    22/02/2017 #10 Ali Anani
    #4 Thank you for expressing your views so clearly dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. Using "foreign" metaphors may help in seeing new perspectives. The selection of a metaphor is subject to few shortcomings. I tend myself to use different metaphors and then compare perspectives. I published one example on using four different metaphors for leadership and each one gave some unique perspectives even though they had many commonalities among them.
    Ali Anani
    22/02/2017 #9 Ali Anani
    #3 You are correct dear @Gert Scholtz- we need heating, but not over heating to burn the mix or humans. We don't say we don't need to heat up the team; equally we don't want to burn the team members.
    Ali Anani
    22/02/2017 #8 Ali Anani
    #2 Beautifully expressed dear @Sara Jacobovici "to be aware of what we put "into the mix" when it comes to business". You said it in few words. I may only add and when to put in the mix. For example, volatile flavors should be put last and when only the mix cools down. So, are volatile characters of team members.
    Stephane 🐝 Fenner
    22/02/2017 #7 Stephane 🐝 Fenner
    Interesting, @Ali Anani. I never considered this perspective, but I must say your analogy is clear. Here we also compare employees with lemons managers squeeze. When they don't give juice anymore, lemons can be thrown away.
    In both analogies, the result is the same: demotivated and unproductive staff.
    In corporations, who is supposed to avoid such situations?
    Ali Anani
    22/02/2017 #6 Ali Anani
    #1 Dear @debasish majumder- you ask a grea question "it trigger us to ponder, how far we are capable of controlling our aptitude to produce a favorable results? "
    Jeet Sarkar
    22/02/2017 #5 Jeet Sarkar
    Intriguing post sir @Ali Anani I must say! Great metaphor indeed! thank you for sharing this lovely buzz.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    22/02/2017 #4 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    I am not comfortable with cooking metaphors for employees. Employees have been cooked for generations. We should be focused on the cooking of managers because so many of them these days are half-baked by poor HR practices. Add to this popular adages like "you can catch more flies with honey than vinegar" are being myth-busted, for we can catch more fruit-flies with vinegar https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4562214/ Maybe the actual problem of work is that managers are more sweet and sour than they are managers. This also explains HR failures like employee engagement rates and value destroying employee appraisals. Even mentoring is being re-examined in light of new evidence. It seems that politics is rather late to the fake news and alternative facts, it seems that our resolve to solve employee issues have had the HR profession practicing this form of sorcery much longer than present day politics is now discovering now we have the first CEO president.
    Gert Scholtz
    21/02/2017 #3 Gert Scholtz
    @Ali Anani A great analogy Ali. Managers can indeed stir employees too much to the point of being counterproductive and in worst cases burnout. Burnout is something I see more and more. Perhaps the chase after budgets, performance and company objectives all contribute - but a manager can do a lot to "soothe the pot" and prevent burnout among his employees. The wise manager observes individuals carefully and knows when to stir and when to soothe.
    Sara Jacobovici
    21/02/2017 #2 Sara Jacobovici
    Great perspective @Ali Anani. You always succeed in putting life back into business. And by that I mean that for me, you remind us that every aspect of business involves people and people are organic and not objects. If one is to create a team as if putting together a board game with pieces, then the team is set up for failure before it even meets for the first time. Dr. Ali, by discussing team members as ingredients and that they have qualities or properties that influence the "taste, texture" and outcome of the "recipe", you remind us very strongly to be aware of what we put "into the mix" when it comes to business. Thanks again for a very enlightening buzz.
    debasish majumder
    21/02/2017 #1 debasish majumder
    sugar, burning out and byproduct carbon di oxide and water, lovely metaphor for imparting managerial level of optimization! recently carbon, c-60 is considered as magic matter and being derived from galactic recession, an intriguing component for the basis of life and obviously not native of earth. sometimes, it trigger us to ponder, how far we are capable of controlling our aptitude to produce a favorable results? however, your post are always enriching sir @Ali Anani! this is no different. enjoyed read. thank you very much sir for the share.
  5. George Touryliov
    Hiring new talent is incredibly difficult, but it can be done. So how do you perfect your hiring funnel to really find the right people? Here are a few tips -
    George Touryliov
    How to Hire a Rockstar Team In 2017
    www.business2community.com What is a business if not a group of people working towards common goals? With the right people included in that group, your success is essentially unlimited; with the wrong people, it is doomed....
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  6. Jennifer 🐝 Schultz
    I'm not sure what year this GOP official thinks it is - but someone needs to tell him that women have been working outside the home for decades and deserve equal pay.  

    http://www.attn.com/stories/15045/letter-gop-vice-chair-gets-heat-arguing-against-equal-pay-women

    #EqualPayforWomen
    Jennifer 🐝 Schultz
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    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    20/02/2017 #6 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    Wow.... that's all I can say, just, wow (and not in a good way)

    First of all, in this economy, I doubt there are many single-income households left. I see many young people starting their families making the tough choice of who, if either, stays home with the kids.

    Logically, pay your female employees more and they may be the ones who continue working.

    From what I see when out and about, stay-at-home Dads are nearly as common as stay-at-home Moms... that is to say not very common at all.

    Day care costs are so high that working is sometimes futile.

    I sure am glad my kids are grown.
    Robert Bacal
    20/02/2017 #5 Robert Bacal
    OMG. This is like slipping back in time to the '60s.
    Mike Rana
    19/02/2017 #4 Mike Rana
    I'm not sure what has more holes: The posits in Mr. Green's letter or Swiss Cheese.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    19/02/2017 #3 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    This person lives on another planet.
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    19/02/2017 #2 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    Really? What planet is this guy on? Single moms are not paid more when they are abandon. This makes no sense.

    That's sad. They got our cheap labor and still refuse to pick up the slack at home.

    Ok, well, I guess evolution doesn't exist. Stop funding it.
    Joyce Bowen
    19/02/2017 #1 Joyce Bowen
    hogwash
  7. ProducerPaul McGuiver

    Paul McGuiver

    19/02/2017
    Would you consider swapping employees to retain them?
    Would you consider swapping employees to retain them?Hello! My name is Paul and I'm new to BeBees. I'm a business student finalising my thesis and I´m working on a side project to help HR teams across the globe to retain good talent on the company by swapping headcounts. I started digging as one of my...
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  8. ProducerJay Tee

    Jay Tee

    18/02/2017
    World-Renowned Hypnotist Professor Jay Tee Brings Green to Your Company for St. Patrick’s Day
    World-Renowned Hypnotist Professor Jay Tee Brings Green to Your Company for St. Patrick’s Dayhttps://www.prlog.org/12620075.pdf In the News Again! Renowned Corporate Master Hypnotist develops new program to increase corporate profits—get more green for St. Patrick's Day You may be...
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  9. ProducerMichael Schneider
    Mass Exodus: How to Plan for the Silver Wave of Retirements
    Mass Exodus: How to Plan for the Silver Wave of RetirementsIn a Wall Street Journal article, Sen. Rob Portman revealed that roughly 10,000 baby boomers retire each day. Chances are, your organization will contribute to these numbers over the next few years.Have your HR department calculate the percentage of...
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  10. Jennifer 🐝 Schultz
    Facebook’s new job opening posts poach business from LinkedIn
    Jennifer 🐝 Schultz
    Facebook’s new job opening posts poach business from LinkedIn
    techcrunch.com LinkedIn has neglected two big opportunities Facebook is now capitalizing on: helping lower-skilled workers and people who aren't actively looking for a...
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    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    16/02/2017 #5 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    Workplace by Facebook has all the right elements to scale. They have pitched it perfectly with the notion of collaboration. This is a 21st Century idea which is a simpler way of saying "Network Intelligence" or "Alliance" which as ideas of Reid Hoffman are brilliant, but Facebook have taken all that and messaged it brilliantly. They see the blue ocean that LinkedIn has failed or maybe even does not want to attract which is lower-skilled workers - just as beBee found its blue ocean in global markets that LinkedIn never thought about..

    According to Fortune Magazine http://fortune.com/2016/10/10/workplace-facebook/ Facebook have penetrated and has been adopted by over a 1000 organizations. LinkedIn left the barn door open for them and all I can see is a big blue bull but it is a paid subscription model and that is a recipe for more strategies that try to lock users to their platform. They already have had their knuckles wrapped for trying to lock "free internet" in India to their platform, but the Indian government saw that coming from a mile away. This development is indeed interesting to watch as it now unfolds, and ironically at a speed which Reid Hoffman calls "blitzscaling". Know what is Momma Microsoft gonna do to Father Facebook???
    Joyce Bowen
    16/02/2017 #4 Joyce Bowen
    LI just put up a totally new look.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    16/02/2017 #3 Javier 🐝 beBee
    Facebook is insatiable. LinkedIn - is not ready for compiting with Facebook - user experience driven -. beBee will be always an engagement based community ! CC @Juan Imaz
    Mike Rana
    16/02/2017 #2 Mike Rana
    Combine LinkedIn's lost opportunity with their awkward new UI and Facebook could revolutionize hiring.

    I defend LinkedIn an awful lot (I should be a brand ambassador of theirs!), but stuff like this makes it more difficult by the day.
    🐝 Fatima Williams
    16/02/2017 #1 🐝 Fatima Williams
    This will be a huge turn around. I already do half my hiring on facebook as it's easier to contact candidate's. The new job feature will make Facebook finally usefull. Thanks for sharing 🤗
  11. Bob Schlechty

    Bob Schlechty

    16/02/2017
    Have a startup or small company and can't afford a manager or project manager? Only have a part time need or short term need? Need someone with experience but can't afford it right now. I'm looking to make some spare change while I grow my real estate business. I have Extensive IT Management experience. I'm not interested in full time or big companies. Take a look at my LinkedIn profile and if you think it's worth talking shoot me a message.
    Bob Schlechty
    Robert "Bob"​ Schlechty | LinkedIn
    www.linkedin.com
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  12. Tanya Williams

    Tanya Williams

    16/02/2017
    A great article about How Video is changing recruitment from @videomyjob
    Tanya Williams
    How Video is changing the recruitment world
    blog.videomyjob.com Job ads need a shakeup. Online job advertisements haven't changed since the 90s, and they’re starting to wear thin on job seekers. Video is now...
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    Ula Woronko
    16/02/2017 #1 Ula Woronko
    Thanks for sharing @Tanya Williams!
  13. Laurika Doherty

    Laurika Doherty

    16/02/2017
    "More than pay, perks, or other benefits both traditional and experimental, Millennials want to go to work each day knowing their time and efforts will add up to a greater whole." #employeeengagement #wellness #culture #purpose
    Laurika Doherty
    Combat the Hazards of Dissatisfaction - HR Engage
    hrengage.co.za More than anything, Millennials want engagement at work, but often have to settle for morale. Engagement is often conflated with...
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  14. ProducerBlaine Little

    Blaine Little

    15/02/2017
    You Have Control Issues and Your Employer Knows it!
    You Have Control Issues and Your Employer Knows it!We all have control issues, and your work's office building confirms it. That's right, a lot of those "I'm in charge" buttons are just for show! But when it comes to overall satisfaction on the job, your employer has a trick or two up their...
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  15. ProducerBlaine Little

    Blaine Little

    15/02/2017
    If you were an animal living in a jungle, would your HR Director ask you stupid questions?
    If you were an animal living in a jungle, would your HR Director ask you stupid questions?A couple of years ago, I read an article in Entrepreneur Magazine about "wacky" interview questions.  I was concerned this article was written to provide questions for JOB INTERVIEWS. In it, the reporter states she is conveying some of the...
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    Christine Stevens
    15/02/2017 #3 Christine Stevens
    Why do interviewers ask these asinine questions?
    Christine Stevens
    15/02/2017 #2 Christine Stevens
    If someone asked me "what kind of *insert stupid non-human noun here*, my reply would be "Not employed here. Thank you, but I'll be pursuing other opportunities."
    Harvey Lloyd
    15/02/2017 #1 Harvey Lloyd
    I am unsure of Hyenas being in the jungle, but @"moron" i became one. LMAO.
  16. Bob Schlechty

    Bob Schlechty

    14/02/2017
    What are your thoughts on this?
    Bob Schlechty
    New Office Sensors Know When You Leave Your Desk
    www.bloomberg.com Hiding devices in lights and ID badges, your boss can legally track you everywhere but the...
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  17. Walter Smith

    Walter Smith

    14/02/2017
    Human Organizational Dynamics for Educational Change https://affectivelearningwiki.atlassian.net/wiki/display/ALS/Training+ResourcesWalter Smith
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  18. ProducerYana Yelina

    Yana Yelina

    13/02/2017
    Headhunt effectively with linguistic tools
    Headhunt effectively with linguistic toolsEven an experienced HR manager may face difficulties in finding the right candidate who will help the company to fulfill short-term and long-term aims. Dealing with such an ongoing process as recruitment, you will certainly need some...
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    Yana Yelina
    13/02/2017 #3 Yana Yelina
    Hi, @Aleksandra Diuzheva
    Thanks for the info!
    Aleksandra Diuzheva
    13/02/2017 #1 Aleksandra Diuzheva
    Great article @Yana Yelina! I consider it relevant;)
    Welcome to beBee! Here you can share articles also in russian.
  19. ProducerTanya Williams

    Tanya Williams

    12/02/2017
    Help your candidates be better candidates
    Help your candidates be better candidatesWhen there is a shortage of qualified candidates, what role should recruiters play when it comes to helping their candidate pool improve real life work skills? Some might say, “that’s not our job” and “we don’t have time to do that”. Whilst...
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    Tanya Williams
    14/02/2017 #3 Tanya Williams
    #1 thanks John. I will do :-)
    Mohammed Sultan
    12/02/2017 #2 Mohammed Sultan
    What's really required from the recruiters in the era of personal branding is to enlarge the span of their selection criteria which is totally based on the past core skills to include the candidate's core interests,intelligence and passion.That will make the synergy between their objectives and the candidate's personal and career objectives easier and help conceiving h/her role for the future and in different boundaries.Recruiters have to change before they have to.Thank you @Tanya Williams and welcome to beBee where candidates personal branding count.
    John White, MBA
    12/02/2017 #1 John White, MBA
    Hi @Tanya Williams, great post. Suggestion, make sure to add your Twitter profile as a link on your beBee profile. Then, when people tweet your posts on Producer you will get notified.
  20. ProducerMichael Schneider
    Want to Fix Your Biggest Leadership Problem? Try These 5 Emotional Intelligence Tips
    Want to Fix Your Biggest Leadership Problem? Try These 5 Emotional Intelligence TipsThis condition has many names: leadership blinders, delusion, and narcissism, just to name a few. Although each ailment can lead to unique consequences, they are all rooted in the same cognitive bias known as "The Halo Effect." The Halo Effect is a...
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  21. ProducerSandra 🐝 Smith
    How Speaking My Mind Cost Me a Job
    How Speaking My Mind Cost Me a JobMy StoryI decided to return to work a year after having my son. I was excited to find a position advertised on LinkedIn that was up my alley. The industry was a good fit as was the job description. My only concern were some of the questions asked...
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    Ryan Chuebeyang
    14/02/2017 #8 Ryan Chuebeyang
    Sandra, thank you for getting that out. Yes, I agreed with you seeking for worthier employer who has a passion to challenge their organization and you to grow. I had had my share of roadblocks and the best that I had learned from all of these experiences is to adapt my principles with the company and project's mission and values. I had also learned to toned down on my energy to fit-in with the team to respect their intellectual and professional levels. I also tried not to give my boss more work then they needed unless they had specified to me that they wanted to seek all avenues to accomplish the project beyond current expectations. I gave all that I had into my assigned work and if my boss does not see it's benefits, sadly it's his/her lost for the organization. I had left my share of bosses, because I never go above my boss unless upper management has open door policies and encourage employees to go talk (no email) to them with confidentially. - Proverbs 13:10 - thanks - Ryan Chuebeyang
    Sandra 🐝 Smith
    11/02/2017 #7 Sandra 🐝 Smith
    #5 Thanks, Chas. I used to live in AZ so played a lot of poker in sports bars and that song would always come on. A great metaphor for life!
    Sandra 🐝 Smith
    11/02/2017 #6 Sandra 🐝 Smith
    #4 Thank you, Gert!
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    11/02/2017 #5 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    @Sandra 🐝 Smith, I am glad you have written this. Sometimes it is best to step outside the workplace and view things from a different perspective. In my current circumstances I no longer wish to push a boulder up the hill. Sometimes the effort is just wasted. There are other opportunities. "You've got to know when to hold 'em
    Know when to fold 'em
    Know when to walk away
    And know when to run"~ Kenny Rogers, "The Gambler".
    Gert Scholtz
    11/02/2017 #4 Gert Scholtz
    @Sandra 🐝 Smith Excellent post Sandra on what many may be going through at work. Well done in persevering and standing up for yourself.
    Sandra 🐝 Smith
    11/02/2017 #3 Sandra 🐝 Smith
    #2 Thanks, Robin. It seems to be a common theme among successful women. I've not heard any male stories of this kind, but I know that sometimes there are men - normally quieter spoken types - that feel bullied too. On the other hand, outspoken men are praised. Women who speak up, are often ostracized, as you say.
    Robin Barton
    11/02/2017 #2 Robin Barton
    @Sandra Smith If I told you what happened to me on the job once, it would curdle your blood. It led me to contemplate suicide. It all started because I saw my boss do some things that were abusive and unethical, and I went through all the proper channels, starting with my boss. What I learned from that fiasco is HR works for the company. It doesn't matter if HR knows that you are right, and is compassionate towards you. Ultimately, they go with who butters their bread. (sorry HR peeps, don't mean to disparage the whole HR business) It doesn't seem to matter that my boss actually broke labor laws. I also learned that VP's and President's who say they have an open door policy really don't. I learned that bosses and VP's lie. That may prompt someone to say, duh...but I haven't really come across that in my career, so needless to say, it was very disappointing. I also learned that having a mission statement is bunk if you don't follow it, or back it up. I was very well respected, and had never caused a problem with the company, so I naively thought that I was protected. For my own sanity, I had to move on. I'm glad that you did. Being ostracized at work is not easy. You made the right choice, and you are not alone.
    Sandra 🐝 Smith
    11/02/2017 #1 Sandra 🐝 Smith
    @Robin Barton thought of you...
  22. ProducerRekha Singh

    Rekha Singh

    09/02/2017
    Women Empowerment in Organisation – Need nourishment
    Women Empowerment in Organisation – Need nourishmentLearned people have said lot of positives about women empowerment and women leadership. Women yes off course are highly talented and in certain characteristics they are at par from men. This article is not on gender biasness, but sometimes we...
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  23. ProducerMichael Adams

    Michael Adams

    08/02/2017
    Finding the right people for our business is like buying a lottery ticket
    Finding the right people for our business is like buying a lottery ticketSince practicing as a consultant across 4 continents, I have found this to be the No.1 complaint amongst small to medium size enterprises. There is a strongly held believe, that the people required to truly drive their businesses forward are in...
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    Michael Adams
    10/02/2017 #9 Michael Adams
    @Robert Bacal thanks for the points and links, much appreciated
    Michael Adams
    10/02/2017 #8 Michael Adams
    @Paul Walters great stuff Paul...people always come first.
    Michael Adams
    10/02/2017 #7 Michael Adams
    @David B. Grinberg cheers David
    Robert Bacal
    09/02/2017 #6 Robert Bacal
    #5 What you wrote is consistent with the Hooper-Bacal Model For Performance Management.

    One of the central tenets is that reviews are one of the key opportunities for managers to find out how they can help their employees be more productive, less frustrated, etc., i.e. getting information FROM employees, rather than doing something TO employees.

    The entire model is at: http://performance-appraisals.org/Bacalsappraisalarticles/articles/hooperbacal/index.htm

    including sample forms, etc.

    Glad to hear others are doing some of this, @Paul Walters
    Paul Walters
    09/02/2017 #5 Paul Walters
    @Michael Adams again, a great piece. I conducted staff review every three months. I would always start with, " don't be shy. tell me in no uncertain words what I am doing wrong ." ( you see no one taught me how to be a 'boss'
    David B. Grinberg
    09/02/2017 #4 David B. Grinberg
    Thanks for good read and excellent points, Michael, which simply make good business sense. I'm sharing your buzz on three hives: "Managers" and "HR Manager" and "HR Directors."
    Michael Adams
    09/02/2017 #2 Michael Adams
    @Robin Barton thanks, much appreciated. M
    Robin Barton
    09/02/2017 #1 Robin Barton
    love it! very insightful!
  24. ProducerMichael Schneider
    How to Make Your Employees Think Outside the Box Every Day
    How to Make Your Employees Think Outside the Box Every DayIt's not a coincidence that companies like Tesla and Apple are so innovative. They would be the first to tell you that it's not because they have access to hidden talent, it's because they've conscientiously designed cultures that...
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  25. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    03/02/2017
    Hey Network! I am thinking of writing a new piece on company culture. In a few words, would some of you be willing to answer this question? "How do you think companies can create the best company culture or improve a lack luster one?" I will include a link back to your company if I use your quote!
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    Mohammed A. Jawad
    03/02/2017 #3 Mohammed A. Jawad
    When a company remains true to its core, just values, chisels efforts to care its people and make them feel that they all are like members of a family, then there's loyalty, trustworthiness and commitments that erupt from all employees to shape a truthful, integrated and worthwhile company culture.
    Robert Bacal
    03/02/2017 #2 Robert Bacal
    Execs and managers walk the talk, and make personal contact.
    Kevin Baker
    03/02/2017 #1 Kevin Baker
    Be vulnerable carry no baggage. humanaura.ca
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