Summer is (sadly) now behind us. School is back in session. Work life is back in full swing. To help you gear up for the fast pace of Fall, here are 18 of the most-shared HR articles. Their common theme? HR that doesn’t just execute, but leads and drives meaningful change.
Consider the female CHROs profiled in the January/February issue of Workforce Magazine: The CHRO of a leading strategy firm changed the company’s perception of turnover based on a holistic assessment of the market situation. Another from an insurance company focused on changing the gender status quo to improve diversity.
In addition to profiles of disruptive HR leaders, many of the articles we found contain how-to advice and research geared towards reinventing HR. We also found commentary on hot button topics like the highly publicized Uber scandal, which remind us of HR’s vital role.
If you are looking to shift gears and dive into a busy 2017 Fall season, check out these widely-shared HR articles on subjects ranging from recruitment and engagement to performance management:
Talent Acquisition: Operating Expense or Source of Revenue?, by Scott Macfarlane, vice president, client development, Korn Ferry Futurestep, LinkedIn.com
The Candidate as Customer: The New Dynamics of Talent Acquisition, by Arthur Mazor, principal, Deloitte, LinkedIn.com
How Managers Drive Results and Employee Engagement at the Same Time, by Jack Zenger, CEO of Zenger/Folkman, and Joseph Folkman, president of Zenger/Folkman, HBR.org
Why the Millions We Spend on Employee Engagement Buy Us So Little, by Jacob Morgan, keynote speaker and futurist, HBR.org
Research: How Incentive Pay Affects Employee Engagement, Satisfaction, and Trust, by Chidiebere Ogbonnaya, Eastern ARC Research Fellow in Quantitative Social Science, et al., HBR.org
Learning and Development
5 Learning and Development Questions You Can’t Answer Without Analytics, by Ian Cook, head of workforce solutions, Visier.com
Uber’s Toxic Culture Highlights the Need for Strategic, Courageous HR, by Pam Ross, business consultant, Blue Rebel Works, LinkedIn.com
The Future Of Performance Management: How AI And Big Data Combat Workplace Bias, by Bernard Marr, big data expert and speaker, Forbes.com
3 Signs That Managers, Not Employees, Are the Problem With Performance Management, by Andre Lavoie, CEO and co-founder, ClearCompany, Entrepreneur.com
The Benefits of Integrating Workplace Wellbeing Into Performance Management, by Charlotte Rogers, senior writer, Marketing Week
The Disconnect Between People and Business Strategy, by John Schwarz, CEO and co-founder, Visier.com