HR Strategy

Top 5 HR Strategy Blog Posts of 2018

By

Addison Plank

| May 1, 2019

For HR professionals, strategic initiatives for your company help strengthen your employee engagement and retention rate, and create a unified workforce ready to achieve your organization’s mission.

Last year brought no shortage of valuable HR strategy insight from industry experts. Check out our five most-read blog posts on the topic.

5. It Takes a Village: New Research Suggests Employee Engagement Doesn’t Belong Solely to HR

Employee Engagement Doesn’t Belong to HR

Employee engagement is crucial to the health and wealth of an organization, drives positive attitudes and high performance, and is usually assigned to HR. Research suggests the latter statement is incomplete. Uncover who also owns responsibility for driving company culture.

Original Post: It Takes a Village: New Research Suggests Employee Engagement Doesn’t Belong Solely to HR

4. 5 Questions for Aspiring Female Executives

Women in leadership roles bring positive impacts, including innovation and productivity, to the workplace. Read this post to discover five questions aspiring female executives must answer before stepping into such a role.

Original Post: 5 Questions for Aspiring Female Executives

3. Diversity vs. Inclusion: The Difference Between Them … and Why Businesses Need Both

Inclusion

Though often used interchangeably, “diversity” and “inclusion” have critically important differences. Learn what they are and why both are needed in the workplace.

Original Post: Diversity vs. Inclusion: The Difference Between Them … and Why Businesses Need Both

2. 5 Podcasts That Every HR Professional Should Download

Podcasts

With one-quarter of Americans listening to a podcast at least once a month, it’s time to broaden those knowledge horizons. This post takes a look at five favorite podcasts regarding HR and HR technology.

Original Post: 5 Podcasts That Every HR Professional Should Download

1. How HR Could Have Helped 3 Complicated On-Screen Office Relationships

Office Relationships

They say love can happen at any time. Perhaps that’s why one-third of employees in the U.S. have dated a co-worker. Read last year’s most popular HR strategy post to better understand how HR can prepare and handle conversations regarding office romance.

Original Post: How HR Could Have Helped 3 Complicated On-Screen Office Relationships

About the Author

Addison Plank

As a marketing writer at Paycom, Addie Plank produces copy for a variety of internal and external materials related to human capital management. At Oklahoma State University, she earned a bachelor’s degree in sports media with an emphasis in strategic communications, and a master’s degree in mass communication. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her dog, playing indoor soccer and exploring Oklahoma City’s food scene.

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