How An Employee Value Proposition Can Help You Win the Talent Game

By Andrea Goodkin and Lauren Slipkowsky What’s your organization’s employee value proposition? If it hasn’t necessarily been well-articulated, now might be the time to start thinking it through. Because done right and effectively threaded through all of the aspects of your HR program, it’s a great way to capture the hearts and minds of your … Continue reading How An Employee Value Proposition Can Help You Win the Talent Game

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A Dose of Your Own Medicine: The Importance of Walking the Talk

By Harriet Di Cerbo, PCC President, Mosaic Path Not Following Your Own Advice Can Erode Your Integrity and Credibility Many of us are really good at giving advice. And often, we’re good at taking it too. But, have you ever noticed how common it is for people to not follow their own advice? We all … Continue reading A Dose of Your Own Medicine: The Importance of Walking the Talk

June President’s Letter

By Shelli Nelson, PHR, SHRM-CP Chicago SHRM 2018 President Senior Manager Talent Acquisition, Relativity I've met so many who have opened doors for me and remained in my life both personally and professionally. After a while, networking doesn't feel like 'networking.' It's both serendipitous and unpredictable, and something that just naturally becomes part of your … Continue reading June President’s Letter

Equal Pay Developments in the #MeToo Era

By David G. Weldon Although the #MeToo movement’s initial purpose was to address sexual harassment and assault, it has since evolved to address various other sex-related issues. The movement is now shining a spotlight on pay disparity issues in the workplace and spurring a growing number of states to propose and enact new laws that … Continue reading Equal Pay Developments in the #MeToo Era