If you do not make changes to the way your company recruits and retains employees, you will be losing mind share, market share and talent share. Ron Thomas in his article, Are Your Employees Significant Enough? Read the article in full at http://verticaldistinct.com/are-your-employees-significant-enough/
Human Resource Management: Strategy and Practice 8th ed. Thoroughly revised and updated with the latest research findings, this edition incorporates a wealth of new material including: corporate social responsibility, ethics, sustainable management practice, leadership, talent management, industrial relations, and retains its focus on core human resource elements. Located at Campbelltown campus library. #HRM #humanresources #management
Old Main Old Main, the oldest building at West Texas A&M University, remains as much as an integral part of the campus scene as it did when it first opened in 1916. The four-level structure houses numerous administrative offices including the University president as well as classrooms, laboratories and learning resource centers. “the greatest building in Texas, the Capitol only excepted.”
Comedy helps to change a culture because it breaks down barriers, builds teams and improves morale. We focus on comedy rather than humor because comedy makes you laugh…humor makes you smile. Laughter releases those “feel-good” endorphins in your brain. And, if you feel good, you’ll be more productive at work. Culture change may not be an overnight success, but it will eventually become a success that develops effective managers and attracts and retains great employees.