Anti-Discrimination Policies Are Poorly Communicated, Suggests New i4cp Study
Most companies report that employee claims are frequentSEATTLE, WA (January 22, 2008) - According to a recent study conducted by the Institute for...
Peer Communities Are Here!
Members now have the ability to actively and privately discuss workforce productivity issues, request best practices and share experiences2007 was an...
Institute for Corporate Productivity Adds Chris Marsh and Elliott Masie to Board of Directors
SEATTLE – January 3, 2008 – Chris Marsh, former chief executive of Unicru, a recruiting software company purchased last year by Kronos, and Elliott...
Most Firms Know Their HiPos
SEATTLE, WA (December 4, 2007) - If you want to be groomed for a leadership position, then it pays to be viewed as a "high-potential" employee, or "HiP...
Companies Invest in Ounce of Prevention
SEATTLE, WA (November 19, 2007) - The old adage of "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" has been taken to heart by U.S. employers,...
Severance? Sorry.
SEATTLE, WA (November 5 , 2007) – If you are let go from your job for performance reasons at most companies, you can kiss a severance package...
Leaving A Legacy
SEATTLE, WA (October 19 , 2007) - Contrary to conventional wisdom, it's not all about the money. Organizational and professional legacies count,...
Maybe There’s A Good Reason Your Boss Is So Lousy
ST. PETERSBURG, FL (September 12 , 2007) – Almost everyone has a "bad boss" story, but a new survey conducted by the Institute for Corporate...
HR Suffering From Growing Pains
ST. PETERSBURG, FL (August 21 , 2007) – Today’s emphasis on business expansion is creating “growing pains” for many HR professionals, according to a...
Talent Management: Business Buzzword Or Performance Panacea?
ST. PETERSBURG, FL (July 17, 2007) – Is the term “talent management” a fuzzy new catchphrase for tired, old concepts? Or is it a term that defines a...