Oops! HR's biggest mistakes
- The Effect of Reciprocal Leniency on the Relationship Between Consideration Scores from the LBDQ and Performance Ratings. Bernardin, H. John // Academy of Management Proceedings (00650668);1980, p131
This study tested the hypothesis that "reciprocal leniency" moderated the relationship between Consideration scores on the LBDQ-Form XII and performance ratings. Reciprocal leniency was defined as response style in which scores on the LBDQ are affected by harsh, lenient, or fair ratings made by...
- Handling Mistakes Effectively. // Community Banker;Jul2009, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p14
An excerpt from Dale Carnegie Training & MyMarketingPartner Inc. is presented.
- "Once we refocused back on the employee experience, everything started to pop again.". Lambert, Art // Biz941;Dec2011, p12
The article presents the author's insights on the mistake of focusing on the numbers and not the principle of making the people happy in the company.
- Current Practices Related to the Use of Human Performance Improvement & Worker Engagement Tools. Wachter, Jan K.; Yorio, Patrick L. // Journal of Safety, Health & Environmental Research;2013, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p70
High-performing organizations in the field of human performance often cite that using tools that engage their workers is critical to their human performance success. Based on this understanding, the purpose of this work is to determine the current practice of the tools used by organizations in...
- In search of the perfect leader. // Workforce;Jan1999, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p25
Presents information from the survey `Major Issues Impacting People Management,' conducted by the Human Resource Institute (HRI) at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida. Leadership challenge in most organizations; Factors affecting changes in business environments; Second most important...
- A common-sense guide to personnel management. McGuire, James W. // Point of Beginning;Mar96, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p22
Presents tips on how to be an effective survey manager. Treating people the way one wants to be treated; Hiring the best people; Being aware of staff members' individual capabilities; Providing ongoing education.
- HR professionals name the critical issues for the '90s. Flynn, Gillian // Personnel Journal;Jan95, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p23
Reports on CCH Inc.'s `1994 Survey of Issues Impacting Human Resources' which shows that health care is the biggest concern by personnel directors in the United States for the remainder of the 1990s. Other issues considered by personnel directors as critical issues for the future.
- Trendsetters. Clake, Rebecca // People Management;8/12/2010, p35
An online survey of human resources trends launched on the web site of the British organization Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is announced.
- Execs Peg Cutbacks as Number One Human Resource Problem. Bov&rgrave;, Robert // Training & Development Journal;Apr87, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p15
Cites findings of a survey conducted by Goodrich & Sherwood Co. for the investigation of principal human resource problems in 1987. Identification of personnel cutbacks and staff downsizing as the principal human resource problem; Acknowledgement of the recruitment and motivation of skilled...