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What Work Was, What Work Will Be, and Why HR Must Innovate

Posted by Ian Wilcox

The July-August issue of the Harvard Business Review has a provocative cover: “It’s Time to Blow Up HR and Build Something New.” So when I opened the magazine, I expected a cannonade of bombast and hyperbole. Despite the cover’s sensational … Continue reading

How to stop ‘losing it’ – better leadership and emotional self regulation

Posted by Bonnie Mueller

“I know I’ve said it before, but – from now on – I’m just not going to let myself get so upset.” The meeting had ended and Margaret’s marketing team had shuffled out in awkward – somewhat shell-shocked- silence. I … Continue reading

The role of rewards in enabling a culture of innovation

Posted by Tom McMullen

Most companies say that innovation is a core value and reward professionals overwhelmingly report that incentive programs have a positive impact on encouraging innovation, according to new Hay Group research. One of our prior Hay Group studies found that the … Continue reading

Who thought the Affordable Care Act would impact incentive designs too?

Posted by Michael Vaccaro

Well, it certainly seems so. Perhaps it is one of the unintentional ripples from the Affordable Care Act, but it seems to be a real one. The intent of the Act, of course, is to expand medical coverage to a … Continue reading

Five reasons why Germany is more efficient than the UK

Posted by Ben Hubbard

The head scratching on the conundrum that is the UK’s woeful levels of productivity continues unabated. Despite the UK economy growing at its fastest rate in 9 years (ahead of other G7 nations) and record employment levels, when it comes … Continue reading

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