SHRM_TLB_1.4.19

Content by Harrison Assessments International

  • How COVID-19 Shone a Spotlight on Empathy in the Workplace

    Historically, empathy has not been a driving force in most workplace cultures. While plenty of organizations have placed value on creating positive, collaborative work environments, they have often considered employees' personal lives to be separate. This could explain why a recent Businessolver...
  • How Leaders Can Thrive In A Hybrid Work Environment

    If you’re one of the countless people whose professional growth was disrupted by the pandemic—whether due to job loss, industry disruption, or something else—now is the time to regain control of your career. Companies in nearly every industry have rapidly ramped up hiring, and the shift to...
  • The Evolving Role of HR: Redefining Responsibilities Post-Pandemic

    As a tenured HR employee, you’ve likely worn a variety of proverbial hats over the years. HR inherently requires its people to stretch themselves and fulfill many different roles and requirements—from talent scout to employee therapist to conflict mediator. The pandemic forced many in HR to...
  • Here’s How to Keep Your Workforce Intact as the Great Resignation Continues

    The “Great Resignation” is a signal that the balance of power is shifting toward employees, and the pendulum won’t be swinging back any time soon. Americans are increasingly prioritizing personal happiness and the search for purposeful work over jobs that simply pay the bills. As a result,...
  • The 4 Pillars of Effective Succession Planning: Redefining Traditional Models

    Many organizations have addressed the near-term succession challenges by hiring retired employees as consultants, or implemented policies such as flex hours, telecommuting, part time and job sharing. While these tactics help bridge the gap, they do not represent a solid strategic approach to...