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Human Resources IQ

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Human Resources IQ is a forum for sharing ideas, best practices and solutions within the business community. Simply put, you can interact, share solutions to your business problems with an incredible network of authoritative sources and practicing professionals. Human Resources IQ enables you to find from your peers a method, a solution, a proven best practice that solves your specific problems when you need it solved. We offer a steady stream of front-line content that is timely, relevant, practical and has been validated by practitioners.

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Human Resources IQ is a forum for sharing ideas, best practices and solutions within the business community. Simply put, you can interact, share solutions to your business problems with an incredible network of authoritative sources and practicing professionals. Human Resources IQ enables you to find from your peers a method, a solution, a proven best practice that solves your specific problems when you need it solved. We offer a steady stream of front-line content that is timely, relevant, practical and has been validated by practitioners.

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Good concept, poor delivery

By Juaid - Sep 20 2017
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I agree that performance reviews lack objectivity and good, solid information. Managers should give frequent feedback to their employees. What I don't agree with is giving increases based on market solely. The author also describes that a manager should give an increase based on a mother going through a divorce. This pod cast and his book is a risk to HR and companies. There are many legal ramifications when increasing wages or deciding when an employee is a "C". When this author thinks an employee deserves an increase based on divorce or market is deserved, this can be severely dangerous. I would not recommend this podcast to anyone other than senior level mgt. senior level Mgt might understand this author's perspective but overall is not worth 45 minutes of anyone's time.

iTunes Ratings

7 Ratings
Average Ratings
3
0
2
0
2

Good concept, poor delivery

By Juaid - Sep 20 2017
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I agree that performance reviews lack objectivity and good, solid information. Managers should give frequent feedback to their employees. What I don't agree with is giving increases based on market solely. The author also describes that a manager should give an increase based on a mother going through a divorce. This pod cast and his book is a risk to HR and companies. There are many legal ramifications when increasing wages or deciding when an employee is a "C". When this author thinks an employee deserves an increase based on divorce or market is deserved, this can be severely dangerous. I would not recommend this podcast to anyone other than senior level mgt. senior level Mgt might understand this author's perspective but overall is not worth 45 minutes of anyone's time.
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Human Resources IQ

Updated 6 days ago

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Human Resources IQ is a forum for sharing ideas, best practices and solutions within the business community. Simply put, you can interact, share solutions to your business problems with an incredible network of authoritative sources and practicing professionals. Human Resources IQ enables you to find from your peers a method, a solution, a proven best practice that solves your specific problems when you need it solved. We offer a steady stream of front-line content that is timely, relevant, practical and has been validated by practitioners.

Rank #1: Total Rewards in Recruitment and Retention

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Human Resources IQ discusses the importance of Total Rewards programs with Charles Cotton, of CIPD.

Aug 11 2010

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Rank #2: Social Media and Hiring: Legal Considerations for Every Employer

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Human Resources IQ speaks with Renee Jackson, associate at Nixon Peabody, about whether it's legal to look at the profiles of prospective and current employees; how an can employer minimize the risks and exposure to liability; and more.

Jul 29 2010

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Rank #3: Business Etiquette Q&A with Paula Klee Parish

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Author and etiquette expert Paula Klee Parish discusses do's and don'ts for doing business in the U.S. and around the world. This podcast interview with Allan Hoving is part of the Effective Management Toolkit series from Human Resources IQ.

Aug 06 2010

21mins

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Rank #4: Christi Gilchrist, Onboarding at CenterPoint Energy

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Human Resources IQ speaks with Christi Gilchrist, organizational development consultant for CenterPoint Energy, about their onboarding program for 8,000 employees.

Jul 22 2010

15mins

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Rank #5: Christa McCabe, Wells Fargo

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Human Resources IQ speaks with Christa McCabe of Wells Fargo, about using LinkedIn for recruiting.

Jul 26 2010

17mins

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