CT Human Resource Consulting: Ping Pong vs. Finance

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CT Human Resource Consulting: Ping Pong vs. Finance The fast track to a high profile job and lucrative paycheck used to be a straight shot: Wall Street. The financiers of the famous institutions have long held a reputation for attracting some of the best, brightest, most ambitious young prospects. And they had no problems getting their pick of recruits. Now, … Read More

Millennials Challenge Human Resources

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MILLENNIALS Challenge Human Resources Millennials have entered the workplace. The first generation to come of age in the new millennium, they come on a wave of technology upheaval, and with a new constantly changing landscape of social media sites. But as with each generation, their unique experiences and perspectives will alter the workplace and challenge the HR industry to adapt with … Read More

Workplace Bullying

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Workplace Bullying Bullying is usually reserved for the schoolyard in movies, where the taller than average, burly boy steals a poor unsuspecting kid’s lunch money. But bullying extends deeper than the stereotypes, and way beyond the schoolyard. Bullying in the workplace has become a rampant problem with significant consequences. A study by the Workplace Bullying Institute found that 35 percent … Read More

HR Consulting: Employers Missing Communication Strategy

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HR Consulting: Employers Missing Communication Strategy It is well advertised that communication between an employer and employees is essential. So why doesn’t it happen? According to HR Morning, organizations are talking more about communication than actually communicating. It seems to an ongoing trend of employers missing communication. Here are the stats. Seventy-eight percent of employers cite getting employees engaged year round is one … Read More