Culture

By Sarah B. Hood

Once, Kodak ruled the field of photography. Around the globe, the company name was almost synonymous with “camera,” and Kodak film was universally in demand.

Employee engagement is a human resources metric that essentially tells an employer how happy its workers are.

By Marie-Pierre Lalande

Organizational change is one of the greatest challenges an HR director or team will face, and maintaining good employee morale while ensuring the retention of key team members in periods of uncertainty requires a proactive approach.

By Alyson Nyiri, CHRP

If you’re envisioning crates of Red Bull as another means of motivating performance, then you might just be on to something. Author, journalist and director of research for the Flow Genome Project, Steven Kotler, has just released a new book on the science of what he calls ultimate human performance.

By Deirdre Pickerell, Ph.D., CHRP, GCDF-i

Human resources professionals are the lifeblood of any organization. In this knowledge economy, HR is tasked with managing an organization’s most valuable commodity – its people.

By Yafa Sakkejha

A colleague once remarked to me that seven people in his department, out of a company of 400 people, had claimed short-term disability (STD) for stress leave in the last two years. I asked how this could be – is there something going on in the workplace?