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Who do you really want answering that important 3am phone call? Probably not your employee. New organizational theory proposes that constant connectedness or working irregular hours can lead to sleep deprivation. While pushing employees extra hard may seem to initially increase organizational performance, it is certainly no long-term winning strategy.
The words “Human Resources” conjure up images of paperwork for some, but true HR professionals understand the value of effective human resource management. The time is ripe for HR leaders to step up to the plate. A new article by Peter Cappelli provides must-read tips for anyone looking to take a company’s people processes to the next level.
Many popular books are written on how to succeed at high stakes negotiation, but researchers continue to study specific techniques to determine what really works. What about the emotion of sadness? If you need something from someone, are you more likely to get it if you let your lip tremble and solemnly wipe a tear from the corner of your eye? Or is that going to backfire?
Organizations are always trying to attract top talent. How can they gain a recruitment edge over the competition? New research shows that even before organizations begin to seriously evaluate applicants, these same applicants have already made an important assessment about the organizations that may affect their likelihood of accepting a job offer. How can organizations use this knowledge to their advantage?
Corporate Social Performance is on the incline, and job seekers are increasingly starting to take notice. A new study examines how corporate social performance– including community involvement and pro-environmental efforts– can impact recruitment efforts and even make a company stand out among eager job seekers.
Whether it is a billion dollar venture or a simple request between departments, doing business effectively requires myriad successful deals to be made. Ideally both parties come away happy, while your company achieves the greatest possible profit on the best possible terms. Any edge in negotiations is something to treasure.