Sarita Harbour

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Sarita Harbour

Sarita Harbour is a business and personal finance writer who comes from a long line of business owners. When Sarita isn't writing, she's homeschooling her younger kids and encouraging her older children as they continue the entrepreneurial family tradition.

employee happiness

July 6, 2017

5 Things Employees Value More than Salary

What’s important to employees? As it turns out, salary has little to do with employee happiness. “Money isn’t the driver of job satisfaction,” says Shawna Clark, founder and executive coach at Clark Executive Coaching. Clark, who has over 20 years of experience working in human resources, says that employees value other things – things that […]

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June 27, 2017

What’s Hot: In-Demand Skills that HR Teams Want

It’s no secret that the economy, the workplace, and jobs are changing quickly. In light of the constantly-evolving economy and workplace, it appears that the major skills human resources should watch out for are shifting to meet the fickle nature of the economy. As a result, soft skills, agility, analytic ability, and technological skills are […]

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performance management

June 15, 2017

Is Your Performance Management Culture Outdated?

In human resources departments everywhere, leaders are rethinking the way they evaluate employee performance. In fact, 79 percent of executives rate redesign of performance management a high priority – 8 percent more than three years ago, according to the Deloitte 2017 Global Human Trends Capital report.  Is your performance management system outdated and in need of […]

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HR metrics

June 7, 2017

3 HR Metrics That Matter

Today’s technology gives us easy access to more data than ever before, allowing us to measure anything and everything. As a result, business leaders are now using HR analytics to help guide strategy and boost profits. In fact, according to Deloitte’s 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report, 71 percent of companies report that people analytics – “using digital […]

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