Author Archives: Projections

Recruitment Pros: There’s a 33% Chance Your HR Team Thinks You’re Failing

If you’ve ever felt your talent is suffering because of your recruiting and onboarding processes, you are far from alone. A recent study revealed that 33 percent of HR teams believe their organization is “not competitive in the battle for … Continue reading

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How Virtual Reality Will Change Human Resources

Most peoples’ experience or knowledge of augmented and virtual reality involves entertainment – for example, the Pok√©mon GO augmented reality app and the uber popular Epcot attraction Soarin’, which takes “riders” on a realistic virtual journey around the world. Virtual … Continue reading

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How Labor Relations Knowledge Gives HR Professionals C-Suite Skills

Human resources professionals know that union organizing presents a variety of complex challenges, and many dread their labor relations responsibilities. After all, the process of educating employees on the drawbacks of voting in a union can be taxing, and participating … Continue reading

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Here’s How To Avoid Pay Secrecy Violations

The “war” on wage gaps is raging and for good reason: Large wage gaps have historically existed in the United States based on gender and race, specifically when it comes to women and minorities. According to research conducted by the … Continue reading

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Creating Your Crisis Communication Strategy

From General Workplace Crisis To Strikes: Creating a Communication Model that Works Crisis is a part of growth, and could even be said to drive the world of commerce and business, as a crisis most often represents opportunity. Effective communication … Continue reading

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