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Carnival of HR – May 2019!
It’s that time of month for all things #HR, #TA, #Compliance and #HRTech – Welcome to the Carnival of HR for May! Here you will find the best of the best providing thoughts and content in these areas, plus some snarky comments here and there.
Enjoy this Du Jour List, don't be scared and read them all!
- Why do we persist in putting people through performance reviews? Mary Faulkner with a question for the ages - https://ia-hr.com/nobody-likes-performance-management/
- How can you engage employees during times of change? Well, Kellie Wong of Achievers has some thoughts for us - https://www.achievers.com/blog/12-ways-to-engage-employees-during-times-of-change/
- “Many managers of others don’t want performance from their staff. They want people to occupy their space and their space alone.” Ouch! Steve Browne challenges our managers to review their expectations - http://sbrownehr.com/no-permit-required/
- The fundamentals of NLP involve reducing natural language into smaller pieces which can be better analyzed and understood. What’s an NLP? Kathleen Preddy answers this and much more on this language process - https://www.allyo.com/2019/05/01/natural-language-processing/
- Prasad Kurian asks us to consider the role of consultants as 'magical outsiders' (I like to think of myself as magical, so this makes sense )- http://prasadokurian.blogspot.com/2019/04/magical-and-not-so-marginal.html
- An employee referral program shouldn’t be used exclusively as a recruiting source, but don’t ignore its effectiveness, according to Sharlyn Lauby - https://www.hrbartender.com/2019/recruiting/employee-referral-programs-goals/
- The remarkable things lawyers get asked, such as this one from Eric B. Meyer - https://www.theemployerhandbook.com/is-it-ok-to-ask-lesbian-co-worker-to-use-her-gaydar-to-determine-whether-a-new-client-is-also-gay/
- Katee Van Horn has a beautifully fantastic post on Mental Illness that everyone should read – “Monster” - http://barthedoor.com/mental-illness/
- Career growth now tops the list of employee priorities when considering new roles. So, how can your company support learning & development opportunities? Melissa Suzuno at Udemy fills us in - https://business.udemy.com/blog/employees-crave-career-growth-here-are-5-ways-to-provide-it/
- Gratitude and recognition – it’s a must. Laurie Ruettimann chats it up - https://laurieruettimann.com/gratitude-and-recognition-in-the-workplace/
- The incredibly talented Sabrina Baker tells us that leaders need to realize they are leading a personality and as well as a skill set when dealing with staff. Don’t forget the whole person! - https://www.acaciahrsolutions.com/how-personality-type-helps-us-lead-the-whole-person/
- Wendy Dailey pines for us to think better about how we are diverse and inclusive in our organizations. It’s not just saying we are, but showing we are - https://mydaileyjourney.com/2019/05/12/getting-diversity-inclusion-right-hrredefined2019-namelyhr/
- In recognition of Mental Health Week, Stuart Rudner has a message for us all - https://www.rudnerlaw.ca/mental-health-week-workplace/
- We deserve some affirmation! Thanks, Jessica Miller-Merrell - https://workology.com/inspiration-affirmations-workplace-leaders/
- Is it really any wonder that the World Health Organization considers stress to be the “health epidemic of the 21st century?” Corrie Mieszczak tackles thoughts around handling this epidemic - https://blog.grokker.com/wellness/3-reasons-to-support-your-stressed-out-employees-with-whole-person-wellbeing
- And rounding things out is me. Have you been maintaining a hope for an employee who just won’t rise to the expectation? What if it’s the company that won’t rise? “No Scrubs” - https://humareso.com/2019/04/24/no-scrubs/