When you think "sexy," you don’t automatically think "HR."
I’m not talking about the kind of sexiness of the first time I held my wife’s hand. I’m talking about business sexy— what makes a company interesting and what makes an industry intriguing. What gets people excited.
GMS is proud to have received a 2013 Leading EDGE Award for Value Creation in Northeast Ohio.
GMS is thrilled to announce that Stacey Edelman is a 2013 Ohio Glass Ceiling Award winner!
What if I told you that you can accomplish all of your HR goals?
You can. You just need to form a few good habits.
Check out my guest blog post on Easy Small Business HR. In it, I explore the ways to make success a habit. Your HR successes help you -- and your business -- succeed.
Do you travel for work? Do you find it hard to keep a routine? You aren’t alone.
My two older boys, ages 9 and 10, are playing ‘kid pitch’ baseball this year. Believe it or not, when I asked them what position they wanted to play, they both said “Dad, I want to be the pitcher”.
Then we asked each player on the team what position they wanted to play and each and every player said “Pitcher”. On paper this is not strange, as this is the most glorified position in baseball. After all, they make the most money, get the most publicity (when they are good), and seem to have the biggest fan base.
The other coaches and I talked to our 13-man roster about how important every position is on the team and how every position contributes to the overall goal. We teach them that they all have to play together to win.
Recently, four women from Group Management Services attended the Women Who Excel Seminar in Cleveland, OH. It was a great networking opportunity as well as a forum to hear leading women talk about how they have made it to the top. There were panelists from all different industries that discussed topics ranging from the barriers women face in the workforce to the right way to align yourself as a strategic partner.
Jessica Mischka (Benefits Administration Manger), Catisha Jackson (Benefits Account Manager), Sanja Benic (Human Resources Intern), and Stacey Edelman (VP of Client Services) enjoyed learning how to become a stronger female presence and mentor at GMS.
Group Management Services is very proud of not only these four women, but proud of all the females that help lead our company and its customers.
If your employee injures a co-worker or customer while on the job, your company might be on the line.
Employers can face negligent hiring charges if a hiring decision results in an employee injuring or harming any person they come in contact with through the job. Not only can negligent hiring result in exorbitant financial costs, but it can also damage the organization’s reputation.
The Affordable Care Act is in full swing.
I think I’ve heard that question from business owners a million times in the past few weeks.