a new blog from Monster
RSS

Tag Archive | "#shrm12"

December 20, 2012

1 Comment

Inside HR: Julie Loubaton, on the Power of HR Technology

Posted by:

[youtube kLMZLNJtOqc] With its constant improvements and advances, HR technology is the most exciting thing happening to the profession today, says senior staffing manager Julie Loubaton. “Things are just changing so rapidly, it’s really cool to me,” she told Monster at the Society for Human Resource Management’s 2012 conference in Atlanta. Recruiting technology is gaining [...]

Continue reading...

December 18, 2012

Comments Off

Inside HR: Renee Haynes on the Growth of Wellness Programs

Posted by:

Wellness programs are  vital element of the federal government’s effort to compete with the private sector in recruiting top talent these days, says Renee Haynes, a program manager with the Defense Security Corporation. “To compete with private industry, you definitely have to have a really good wellness program,” she told Monster at the Society for [...]

Continue reading...

December 6, 2012

Comments Off

Inside HR: Gil Lewis on the Top HR Trends

Posted by:

Leadership and accountability are the top HR trends today, HR professional Gil Lewis told Monster at the Society for Human Resource Management’s 2012 conference. “Making sure you’re leading the way to continually raise the bar in terms of the talent within the organization,” is critical, Lewis said. You need to ensure that accountability is identified [...]

Continue reading...

December 4, 2012

Comments Off

Inside HR: Jennie Walker on Global Workforce Diversity

Posted by:

Diversity and the global economy are the human resources trends that have Jennie Walker, founder of Luminary Global, fired up these days. When it comes time to hire new talent, companies can reach around the globe to find the best people, she told Monster at the Society for Human Resource Management’s 2012 conference in Atlanta. [...]

Continue reading...

November 20, 2012

1 Comment

Inside HR: Katina Lane, on Employee Engagement

Posted by:

Cultivating engaged employees and keeping the that way is a major challenge for human resources professionals today, says HR manager Katina Lane. “Often times in the world of human resources, we feel that compensation is a good strategy to retain employees, that benefits will retain employees,” Lane told Monster at the Society for Human Resource [...]

Continue reading...

November 6, 2012

Comments Off

Stephanie Klatka on The Best Thing About Being in HR Today

Posted by:

Working with people is the best part of working in human resources, says DeAngelo Brothers Vice President of Human Resources Stephanie Klatka, who got into the field after starting her career in accounting. “I went into this field because I love working with people. I love finding out what makes them tick. I think it’s [...]

Continue reading...

October 25, 2012

1 Comment

Inside HR: Jason Lauritsen on the Biggest Challenge Facing HR

Posted by:

Human resources professionals know what they need to do to make their company a top-notch employer, but they often get stuck because they don’t have the influence necessary to make change happen, says Jason Lauritsen of Bulletproof Talent. “Figuring out how to get the influence that we need to make the changes that are required [...]

Continue reading...

October 17, 2012

2 Comments

Inside HR: Jim Stroud on Social Recruiting

Posted by:

Social media is a trend that’s not going to disappear, so it’s important for companies to understand it and deal with it, says Jim Stroud, director of sourcing and strategy for the Bernard Hodes Group. That includes creating both social recruiting strategies as well as sound social media policies. “A lot of companies are still [...]

Continue reading...

October 4, 2012

Comments Off

Inside HR: Caterpillar’s Angela Nugent-Rudny on the Best Part of Being an HR Professional

Posted by:

Human resources is a great field because it offers the opportunity to develop other people while growing in your own career and enhancing your own professional aptitude, says Angela Nugent-Rudny, an HR manager at Caterpillar Inc. “Honestly I never saw myself in a tractor factory when I was in college,” Nugent-Rudney told Monster at the [...]

Continue reading...