Any recommendations for online diversity and inclusion training program? With our without a certificate attached.
Vent: it’s really messed up to have recruiters reach out pretending they have a role for you then prying for industry contacts. I’m truly disgusted, don’t pretend to have a role for me then pry for business.
I am in the market for new HR software. Anyone have suggestions on the best product for Payroll, Timekeeping and tracking candidates (ATS)? It is hard to find a great product that does everything.
Are there companies out there acknowledging and/ or taking action to reflect on what is happening in our country in the aftermath of George Floyd and systemic racism?
Does it make sense to hire an executive career coach? So, I want to move on and find another job, also I would rather move to California or NY, I’m in MA now. My problem is that I’ve been with my current employer for 7 years, and they transferred me from Europe 5 years ago. I’m in my first VP job, and I got promoted from the inside. So my network is not really that big, it’s largest part consists of our employees, and I don’t have very deep connections in the HR community yet.
How do you get data about your employees? Are you going directly into your HR system? do you have a separate tool or do you go to your data team?
Fishbowl is launching to students and we want to support them as they explore potential careers. How would you describe your job to a student?
What's your take on how companies should be responding to the situation in Minneapolis right now? Ignore it? Acknowledge it?
What’s a good way to advocate for yourself as an employee? I struggle with how to make the work I’m completing/my efforts sound impactful.
Having read the Outward Mindset from the Arbinger Institute I wonder if any of you have used it in your business to help with a cultural mind shift? If so, do you have thoughts you can share? Thanks!!
How many of you have actually read the entire handbook? How long was it? What was the hardest or easiest part of the handbook for you?
Do you ever get conscious telling people that you work in HR? I feel like there is a stigma against our profession.
Is it just me or comments like “best compliment i ever received, you’re not like any HR” implying that in general HR people are the worst are an offense against profession? I get it, we’re always the ones to blame, but when our own peers do that?
I thought this post was super interesting - how do you feel about the way your company has handled the pandemic?
Is it worth it to get a professional certification like SHRM/PHR? Not many of my colleagues have one and it’s not a requirement for my role, but I’m curious if it’s worth it in the long run