New Report Highlights Shifting Focus of Educator Preparation, Compensation

As more states and education colleges rethink their approach to teacher preparation, K-12 talent managers should help teachers, leaders, and other staff understand changes and how new policies might impact them personally.


Recruit and Retain or Attract and Engage?

Should you recruit and retain staff or attract and engage them? Is this just a shift in semantics or an important change for 2014 and beyond?


Saying 'Thank You,' Increasing Your Hiring Odds

Saying 'thank you' is something we often mean to do, but after long, busy days we don't always find the time to show our appreciation. Yet, what if you knew that doing so could increase your odds of getting hired after an interview?


Are You Likeable? Your Success May Depend On It!

Are You Likeable? You success may depend on it as "likeability" can have an important impact on everything from marriage to job interviews to healthcare.


President Obama Wants to Update Overtime Pay Rules

President Obama recently issued a memorandum instructing the Secretary of Labor to update regulations regarding who qualifies for overtime protection. The decision could affect organization's employees, budgets, HR policies, etc.


Managing Workplace Romance: Gaps in Beliefs, Rules, and Practice

There is a gap between beliefs, rules, and practices among organizations when it comes to how they handle relationships in the workplace. How does your organization view workplace romance?


Recruiters Aren't Just Looking at Your Resume

Recruiters are not just looking at your resume anymore, they're checking out your Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn pages. What kind of things do you post and how is that making a difference in your job-future?


HR Trends Impacting School Districts

The Society for Human Resources Management recently released a report offering information on the latest HR trends according to panels of senior HR practitioners, consultants, academics, and policy experts.


What If You're Not As Good As You Think?

What if you're not as good as you think you are at your job? Is that possible? Researchers Justin Kruger and David Dunning would say "yes."


Research-Savvy Talent Management

Guest blogger Naima Khandaker writes about three strategies Talent Managers should utilize when selecting research to inform decisions and programs in their organizations.


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