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Despite its creative blend of sci-fi and fantasy, with lightsabers, blasters, starships, droids, and a mystical power called the Force, there are valuable, applicable insights from Star Wars that can be translated into the HR universe and the workplace. You’re probably wondering how – we’ll show you.
Once upon a time, a brave HCM company dared to revitalize classic fairy tales with an HR twist. Have you heard the tale of Little Red Nike Hoodie? The one where Little Red is influenced by a disengaged employee? Or the one about Jackie and the Beanstalk? You must’ve heard about the 3 Little HR … Continue reading HR Fairy Tales: The Complete Works
Sunday night blues are not a new phenomenon, although in recent years they’ve worn aliases like “Smonday” and the “Sunday scaries.” Every week, 76% of Americans suffer from Sunday night blues. For perspective, compare that to the 6.9% of the US population who experienced a major depressive episode in 2016, and the anxiety disorders that affect 18.1% of US adults … Continue reading I Guess That’s Why They Call It the (Sunday Night) Blues
The Ultimate Prescription to Achieve a Clean Bill of Management Health What does it take to be a successful manager in 2018? We partnered with Aptitude Research Partners to answer that very question, by examining the results of two surveys: The HR Impact Survey 2018, and the Hire, Engage, Retain Survey 2018. From the data, several themes … Continue reading The Anatomy of the Modern-Day Manager
Concerned that “you know nothing, Jon Snow,” when it comes to managing your employees – or getting along with coworkers who might have different work personalities than you? In today’s workplace, you need to be able to work with a variety of different types of employees to achieve the greater goals of your organization. Few … Continue reading Winter is Here: The Game of Thrones Houses as Employee Personalities