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It's time to ditch annual reviews and embrace continuous performance management, where teams are equipped with the tools and feedback they need to succeed all year round

Insider's Aman Kidwai speaks to Delida Costin (c) from Grove Collaborative and Kelli Jordan from IBM. Insider Post-pandemic, companies need to focus on giving employees feedback and support continuously. This is according to IBM Director Kelli Jordan and Delida Costin, CPO at Grove Collaborative. This was part of Insider's event "Transforming HR in the Digital Era," presented by Paycom, on June 15. Click here to watch a recording of the full event. Performance reviews and assessmen...
Tags: Careers, Trends, Strategy, Managing, HR, Ibm, Jordan, Feedback, Performance Reviews, Nordic, Don, Grove, Performance Review, Grove Collaborative, Kelli Jordan, Costin


HR leaders at Zoom and WayUp reveal how a strong virtual recruiting process can improve diversity and inclusion

Insider's Shana Lebowitz Gaynor with speakers Lynne Oldham of Zoom (c) and Liz Wessel of WayUp Insider Adding the word "remote" to a job isn't enough - think smartly about how you recruit virtually. A thorough hiring process that's inclusive includes plenty of face time and transparency. This was part of Insider's virtual event "Transforming HR in the Digital Era," presented by Paycom, on June 15. Click here to watch a recording of the full event. Supporting new hires throu...
Tags: US, Careers, San Francisco, Trends, Strategy, Remote Work, Recruiting, Unilever, HR, Hiring, Oldham, Blackrock, Zoom, Nordic, Wayup, Liz Wessel


Employees at a Beijing office have to smile for an AI camera to get through the front doors, change the temperature, or print documents

Canon's “smiling face recognition” requires a positive expression to print documents. Canon Information Technology Canon Information Technology has a "smile recognition" feature in its face-scanning tech. Office employees must smile in order to access the office or book conference rooms for meetings. The technology is part of a larger trend of employers monitoring and regulating workers. See more stories on Insider's business page. For employees at Canon Information Technology'...
Tags: Amazon, Office, Careers, Trends, Beijing, Ai, Offices, Facial Recognition, Canon, Weibo, Reuters, Tech Insider, Workplace Surveillance, DOMINICK REUTER, Canon Information Technology, Canon China


Employees at a Chinese office have to smile for an AI camera to get through the front doors, change the temperature, or print documents

Canon's “smiling face recognition” requires a positive expression to print documents. Canon Information Technology Canon Information Technology has a "smile recognition" feature in its face-scanning tech. Office employees must smile in order to access the office or book conference rooms for meetings. The technology is part of a larger trend of employers monitoring and regulating workers. See more stories on Insider's business page. For employees at Canon Information Technology'...
Tags: Amazon, Office, Careers, Trends, Beijing, Ai, Offices, Facial Recognition, Canon, Weibo, Reuters, Tech Insider, Workplace Surveillance, DOMINICK REUTER, Canon Information Technology, Canon China


Leaders from Paycom and The Kraft Group explain how they use technology to improve the employee experience

Insider's Aman Kidwai speaks to Miranda Blaiklock (c) from Kraft, and Holly Faurot from Paycom Insider Employers have a responsibility to hollistically support employees. Executives from Paycom and The Kraft Group shared their thoughts on the role of technology in improving the employee experience. The conversation took place at the Insider event "Transforming HR in the Digital Era" on June 15, 2021. Click here to watch a recording of the event. Miranda Blaiklock knows HR teams didn&#...
Tags: Amazon, Careers, NFL, Trends, Strategy, Data, HR, Employees, Human Resources, Kraft, Nordic, PTO, Kraft Group, Paycom, Enterprise Technology, HRIS


Leaders from Paycom and the New England Patriots explain how they use technology to improve the employee experience

Insider's Aman Kidwai speaks to Miranda Blaiklock, the New England Patriots (the Kraft Group and Affiliates) (c) and Holly Faurot from Paycom. Insider Employers have a responsibility to holistically support employees. Executives from Paycom and the New England Patriots (the Kraft Group and Affiliates) shared their thoughts on the role of technology in improving the employee experience. The conversation took place at the Insider event "Transforming HR in the Digital Era" on June 15, 202...
Tags: Amazon, Careers, NFL, Trends, Strategy, Data, HR, Employees, New England Patriots, Human Resources, Kraft, Patriots, Nordic, PTO, Kraft Group, Affiliates


Managers Have To Practice Conscientiousness

A manager’s success is actually about conscientiousness, not competition Image Credit: Fabio Venni When a manager is looking to use their manager skills to add someone to their team, what are the qualities that we should be looking for? Sure, we often go looking for a future team member who will be driven, aggressive, and focused on reaching their goals. However, is it possible that we’ve been getting this all wrong? It turns out that the personality trait that predicts success at ...
Tags: Leadership, Careers, Success, Jim Anderson, Conscientiousness, Diligent, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building, Conscientious, Considerate Of Others, High Complexity Jobs, Personality Trait, Fabio Venni


Of Camping and Careers

Two weekends ago all the girls at my house left for a girls weekend, so I grabbed my youngest son and we went camping. It was an epic weekend of exploring some beautiful nature that is close to our house, wondering why we never went to any of these places. I came home and rested, excited to get back to work. Then, I had the opportunity to be a chaperone at a youth camp with my son and his friends, and once again took an extended weekend. The first weekend of camping my son and I spent hours pack...
Tags: Careers, Joe Job Seeker


Everything to know about Amazon's advertising business, which is $21 billion and growing

Alex Wong/Getty Images; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Marketers cut ad spending in the pandemic, but e-commerce advertising has boomed as people shop more from home - with Amazon leading the pack.EMarketer said Amazon claimed 10.3% of the US digital ad market in 2020, up from 7.8% in 2019 - competing with Google and Facebook for ad budgets. That growth has attracted Walmart, Instacart, Walgreens and other retailers that have joined Amazon in vying for a slice of the pie.Here's the la...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Media, Advertising, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Walgreens, Netflix, Retail, Roku, Hulu, Amazon Web Services, Alexa


After a year of navigating COVID, American workers are among the most stressed-out in the world, a new poll shows

Stelios Kirtselis/Getty Images Workers worldwide reported increased worry, stress, anger and sadness in 2020 in a new Gallup poll. Fifty-seven percent of US and Canadian workers had high daily stress, above the 43% world average. In the US and Canada, employed women and workers under 40 reported more stress than their peers. See more stories on Insider's business page. After a grueling year of work amid a pandemic, American workers are some of the most stressed in the world, according...
Tags: Work, News, US, Careers, Trends, Canada, Burnout, Western Europe, Gallup, Sarah Jackson, Stelios Kirtselis Getty Images Workers


Quiz: What type of technical writer are you?

Modern-day software technical communication comes in many different forms. Developer portals, knowledge bases, instruction guides, onboarding guides, online Help, and UI text are just some examples.... [[ For the full article, see http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog.htm]]
Tags: Careers, Seo, Quiz, Technical Author, Technical Communication, Technical Writer


I tested out the writing routines of 5 famous authors to see which would make me the most productive

Mel Burke. Mel Burke Mel Burke is a culture writer who recently quit her full-time job to become a novelist. To find a routine that works for her, she tried the schedules of famous writers like Maya Angelou. She liked Schwab's 25-minute word sprints and Murakami's afternoon exercise, but none were perfect. See more stories on Insider's business page. I recently "millennial YOLO'd" my stable content-management job to become a full-time novelist, and I wanted to have unshakea...
Tags: Productivity, Writing, Neil Gaiman, Careers, Trends, Strategy, New York Times, Haruki Murakami, Authors, Routines, Sandman, Writers, Nordic, George Plimpton, Angelou, Schwab


18 valuable pieces of advice from the best graduation speeches of all time

Issa Rae. Theo Wargo/Getty Images Most commencement speeches tend to follow a similar formula. However, some are so inspiring they are remembered long after graduation. Issa Rae was praised for her Stanford commencement speech that quoted the rap song "Wipe Me Down." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. "Ditch the dream and be a doer, not a dreamer." - Shonda Rhimes' 2014 speech at Dartmouth College Shonda Rhimes at Dartmouth College. Dartmouth/YouTube The...
Tags: Apple, Motivation, Hbo, Cook, Shonda Rhimes, Jobs, Education, Entertainment, Stephen Colbert, Steve Jobs, Stanford, Careers, America, San Francisco, Trends, Strategy


I tried, and failed, to earn a living as an influencer. Here are 5 hard lessons I learned after gaining and losing thousands of social-media followers.

Brian Patrick Byrne built a following by posting videos and tweets about BTS. Big Hit Music, Brian Patrick Byrne I gained tens of thousands of followers by creating content about K-pop group BTS. My biggest mistake was trying to change my brand in order to earn a living. I ultimately decided that my mental health was more important than being an influencer. See more stories on Insider's business page. In 2020, I lost my job and decided to spend my free time pursuing a dream I'd had...
Tags: Twitter, Music, Media, Youtube, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Brian, Hannah Hart, Max, Bts, Influencers, McDonald, DUBLIN Ireland, Mediabase


Everyone Can Have Good Brand Positioning

Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management professor Philip Kotler made a career breaking down brand management into its component parts. His 2003 book Marketing Management defines brand positioning as the act of designing the company’s offering and image to occupy a distinctive place in the mind of the target market. Brand positioning is at the intersection of brand and product, and business owners must focus on both. Why Companies Should Lead With Brand Positioning  Simply changing...
Tags: Entrepreneurship, Careers, Communication, Goal Setting, Current Affairs, Best Practices, Handy Resources, Philip Kotler, Personal Marketing, Discovering Your Passion, Future Trends, Bonnell, AMEX Business, Liem Le CEO


How to Manage an Expanding Team of Remote Employees

The current working environment has transformed into a unique system where most employees work outside the office. Remote employees, such as those working from home due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, enjoy a flexible working environment, which is known to increase the satisfaction, happiness, and productivity of employees. Granted, managing an ever-expanding remote workforce can be daunting and challenging; however, you can do it. With these simple tips, you’ll learn how to manage remote emp...
Tags: Microsoft, Careers, Remote Working, LMS, Vlada Karpovich, License Management Software LMS


How In-House Lawyers Can Reduce Stress

Lawyers can reduce stress if they have the tools to do so and are committed to improving their well-being. Fortunately, Sterling Miller has released another installment in his Ten Things series that can help guide your path to reduced stress and improved physical and mental health. Managing stress and preventing it from taking over are keys to long-term success as a lawyer, and in-house counsel often face inordinate levels of stress and working from home has increased this for some. Lawyers who ...
Tags: Law, Careers, Being a Lawyer, Miller, Career Tips for Lawyers


Confessions of caregiver burnout: 5 women dealing with childcare and family needs reveal how the pandemic pushed them to a breaking point

Jolene Delisle, Lidia Bonilla, Shara Ruffin, Myka Harris, and Susan Foosness. Myka Harris; Shara Ruffin; Susan Foosness; Lidia Bonilla; Jolene Delisle; Marianne Ayala/Insider Working parents and caregivers have been particularly affected by burnout during the pandemic. In a survey, 68% of women reported feeling at least somewhat burned out, compared with 55% of men. Five women shared stories about the toll of unpaid caregiving on their careers and mental health. See more stories on Insider...
Tags: Work, New York, Parents, California, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Features, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Brooklyn, Davis, Burnout, Philadelphia, Caregiving, Dominican Republic


10 Steps to Get Rich

We summarize a post written by Robert Kiyosaki, that shares shares 10 steps to get rich. Click the player to not only hear the summary, but The Professor shares his expertise with perspective as both a business owner, and an educator on entrepreneurship. He started in 1975 with just $700 to his name. Now he’s […] The post 10 Steps to Get Rich appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Careers, Wealth, Investing, New York Times best seller, Mindset, Personal Development, Rich, Robert Kiyosaki, Abundance, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Josh Hinds


5 tips for using your professional expertise to launch a profitable business

Professionals can turn academic expertise into a business if they're willing to take risks. 10'000 Hours/Getty Images More trained professionals are turning their academic expertise into businesses, says entrepreneur Cohin Kakar. You don't need formal business training to be able to identify consumer demands and needs in your specialty. Once you're an expert in your craft, plan your business venture carefully but also be willing to take risks. See more stories on Insider&#...
Tags: Work, Business, Entrepreneurship, Careers, Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Cbs, Founder, Nordic, Bajaj, Contributor, Contributor 2019, Cohin Kakar, Akash Bajaj, Marina Del Ray CA


Introducing my new puppy: Tali

I decided that as a responsible parent I should wait to get a new dog until my oldest son leaves for college. It’s his last summer at home. We don’t need more tumult. I waited until after college applications were done on January 15 and then I answered an ad on Craigslist for a puppy they had to give up because they were allergic. They wanted $400 ahead of time then they’d bring me the puppy. Okay. Fine. So Craigslist wasn’t a good idea. Then I found a site that matches dogs with new owners and...
Tags: Craigslist, Russia, Negotiating, Careers, Maine, Vermont, New England, Shepherd, American Kennel Club, Tali, Niño, Tali Dolly, Tali Wally


Why Marketing and HR Need to Work Together on the Employer Branding Strategy

Your company brand influences more than just your customers. However, some business owners often treat it as an isolated factor, removed from the employees. Alex Lysak, a marketing expert, tells us more about marketing and HR teams’ combined effort when building your brand. Alex’s marketing agency, Scanteam , understands the importance of employee engagement in your brand and wants to help you get the best out of your marketing initiatives. Combining human resource and marketing functions in...
Tags: Careers, HR, Alex, Don, Customers Customers, Alex Lysak, Scanteam, Conflict Management Conflict


Free webinar June 24: How to be a successful workplace happiness consultant

More and more workplaces are realizing that workplace happiness matters – A LOT. They know that happy employees do better work, get sick less often and stay with the company longer. Simply put, they’ve seen that happy companies make more money. And a lot of these companies are looking for some help to become better workplaces, which has created a market for workplace happiness consultants, speakers and facilitators. I have been in that field for 17 years working with clients like LEGO, IKEA, IB...
Tags: Careers, Pfizer, Speaking, Happy At Work, Heartcount, LEGO IKEA IBM Microsoft


Corporate Culture Begins with The Recruitment Process (And How You Treat Candidates Throughout It)

Corporate culture is the lifeblood of a company, it’s who you are. Crafting a strong corporate culture can be the difference in a company’s survival. An employee will work harder and fight for a company if they believe that that company will fight for them and if they believe in the organization as a whole. But where does corporate culture begin? That answer is simpler than most companies make it, recruiting. Recruiting is the seed from which your corporate culture grows and that includes how ...
Tags: New York City, Careers, Workplace Culture, HR, Recruitment, Corporate Culture, Recruitment Best Practices, Job Search Process, Julie Shenkman, Nexxt, Nexxt.com, Nexxt Inc, Sam Rogal, Sam Rogal Sam Rogal


Managers Prepare To Use AI As Their Offices Start To Open Up

Safety monitoring is one of the things that manager will need to do Image Credit: Jesús Corrius The Covid-19 pandemic caused just about every office to shut down and close their doors. Each member of your team started working from home and as a manager you had a whole new set of issues that you had to work through in order to keep your team both together and productive. However, now things are once again starting to change. The arrival of a vaccine has allowed business to once again ...
Tags: Health, Productivity, Work From Home, Office, Careers, Management, Traffic, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Hybrid, Jim Anderson, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building


How An HR Can Decide The Rise And Fall of A Company  

     HR can be abbreviated as Human Resource. As the designation suggests, HR plays a crucial role in finding the right resources for a company. The employees of a company can be denoted as ‘resource.’    How The HR Decides The Fate of A Company: The HR holds the foremost authority in making decisions regarding recruiting an applicant. For instance, even if an applicant has underperformed in the multiple rounds of the interview, if HR decides to hire him, he can do. Thus, an HR should underst...
Tags: Careers, HR


My 5 favorite books on the research into happy workplaces

I have read literally hundreds of books on studies and research into great workplaces. Here I present my 5 favorite ones and what their main insights are.
Tags: Book Reviews, Careers, Happy At Work


Want to Start a Business but Don’t Have Enough Money?

Startup entrepreneurs of often let a lack of money hold them back. Today, we’ll share 3 ways to get started when you don’t have enough money. Click the player to listen to this episode of The BIGG Success Show Podcast. Below is a summary of our discussion. As entrepreneurs, we often let ourselves be held […] The post Want to Start a Business but Don’t Have Enough Money? appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Business, Podcast, Money, Saving Money, Entrepreneurship, Funding, Careers, Entrepreneur, Startup, Risk, Costs, Angel Investors, Business Development, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster


Preparing for Re-entry into the Physical Workplace: Lessons from NASA

Astronaut crews living and working in space experience as a matter of course what many of us experienced unexpectedly during the SARS-CoV-2 global pandemic. Consider these similarities: They are physically isolated for a long period of time from family, friends, and the majority of their work colleagues. Their daily in-person interactions are limited to the few people they live with and their other interactions are intermediated through digital technology. Their home also serves as their workpl...
Tags: Wellness, Microsoft, Careers, Nasa, International Space Station, Columbia, Scott Kelly, Kelly, National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA, NASA Johnson Space Center, Human Research Program, Tom Williams, Connection Culture, The American Psychological Association, Work NASA, NASA Facilitate Reconnection


HR challenges triggered by the pandemic and ways to overcome them

The world has been taken aback by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the previous year was characterized by shutdowns and lockdowns, this year seems no different. Offices continue to function in the virtual mode. Thanks to technological innovations, businesses have sustained the devastating impacts of the pandemic. However, the pandemic does bring a host of organizational challenges. As a human resources manager, you have new hurdles to overcome and ensure the smooth functioning of the workforce. It ...
Tags: Careers, HR, Gallup, SHRM