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Tresha D. Moreland, MBA, MS, FACHE, SPHR, SSBBP, founder of HR C-Suite, is an HR thought leader in Human Resource Strategic Management. She has held key human resource leadership roles for over 20 years in multiple industries most recently a senior vice president in the healthcare industry. Tresha is the founder and publisher of HR C-Suite (www.hrcsuite.com). HR C-Suite is a game changer results-based HR strategy website. It is a first-of-it's-kind site that organizes HR strategy based on desired business result. She has developed a business philosophy of integrating human resources with business strategy, thus creating a hybrid HR leadership approach. This approach enables the leveraging human resources to achieve business results.

Train Or Hire: What Is Better For HR?

Posted by on Aug 10, 2017 in Career Management, Planning, Productivity | 1 comment

Train Or Hire: What Is Better For HR?

Harnessing the talents of the employees is also a responsibility of the HR department of every company. Investing in the employee’s talent is one of the ways of keeping your employee’s confidence in the company. This will also make him able to work for the company in a much better way. However, some people believe that instead of spending time in the old employees who can even switch their jobs after training, hiring new people with the advanced skills is much better option. Though it is a debate which often happens in the meetings among the...

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Ready to Breathe Fresh Life Into Your Internal Communication?

Posted by on Aug 3, 2017 in Planning, Productivity, Shaping Culture | 0 comments

Ready to Breathe Fresh Life Into Your Internal Communication?

The average employee receives more than 120 emails every day. Employees are so swamped with messages that the goal of achieving “inbox zero” has become virtually impossible. In fact, employees are so fed up with overloaded inboxes that they ignore email, making this pervasive internal communication tool ineffective. It’s time to jump off the email bandwagon with a clever mix of old and new employee communication tools that will reach your employees in unexpected places and surprising ways. Here are three ways to refresh your workplace...

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How to Handle 5 Common Business Crises

Posted by on Jun 6, 2017 in Featured, Planning | 0 comments

How to Handle 5 Common Business Crises

Running a company is no easy task. It requires constant oversight, effective management and the execution of multiple strategies. In addition, businesses are always at risk for suffering common crises. It’s important to prepare yourself, your employees, and your company for any problem, whether that be digital, financial, legal, or personal. Here are strategies to help you handle five common dilemmas that all businesses have the potential to face. 1. Getting Hacked As business is becoming increasingly reliant on technology, the chances of...

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Anatomy of a C-Suite Change Initiative Failure: Re-Engaging Employees by Closing “The Empathy Gap”

Posted by on Jun 1, 2017 in Agility, Planning, Turnaround | 1 comment

Anatomy of a C-Suite Change Initiative Failure: Re-Engaging Employees by Closing “The Empathy Gap”

Twelve senior leaders in a large health insurance company I consulted for spent nearly 18 months in active, often heated debate over the direction their organization should take to address then president-elect Obama’s promise for health care reform. Each team member possessed strong opinions—believing that he or she alone saw the big picture and had the right answer for what the future required. Finally, after countless shouting matches, numerous planning retreats, hundreds of hours of research, and various consults with some of the brightest...

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Modern HR: Investigating Talent Analytics

Posted by on Mar 30, 2017 in Competitive, Planning | 0 comments

Modern HR: Investigating Talent Analytics

“Don’t use metrics to prove HR worth. Instead use them to test organizational hypothesis” Jeff Haynes, VP HCM Transformation, Oracle Talent analytics is a top of mind for many HR professionals and the main topic of Jeff Haynes’ presentation in a recent conference hosted by Argyle Executive Forums in San Francisco. The Storm The recent unemployment reports indicate there are roughly about 9.0 million people unemployed (5.8%). In addition the Bureau of Labor Statistics report there are 4.7 million job openings as of the last day of September....

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How Can HR Utilize Big Data With Fewer Resources?

Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in Featured, Planning, Value | 0 comments

How Can HR Utilize Big Data With Fewer Resources?

The world of technology is backed by rationale, facts, justifications and results. It is not a world where people react purely on the instincts of their own, or the experience they have. A decision in today’s competitive world must well be taken with pure calculation, so the risk involved is also perfectly counted in as a result. Be it the managers, leaders, organizations or brands, everyone looks for ways to support what they wish to say and technological world in it plays a very strong suite. When we talk about supporting your rationale...

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Strategic Outsourcing: HR Companies Improve Efficiency

Posted by on Mar 5, 2017 in Planning, Productivity, Value | Comments Off on Strategic Outsourcing: HR Companies Improve Efficiency

Strategic Outsourcing: HR Companies Improve Efficiency

HR companies provide a number of businesses with many benefits including streamlined efficiencies in recruitment, performance management and operations. If you’re considering whether to hire a HR company, this expert guide will give you the reasons why hiring a HR company may help to improve your overall business efficiency. Let’s get started. How A HR Consultant May Help Your Business More Effective Recruitment Business owners who are in the recruitment stage may find that a HR company can offer effective solutions and techniques that make...

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Top Questions Employers Should Ask References In The Hiring Process

Posted by on Feb 12, 2017 in Featured, Planning, Small Business, Value | Comments Off on Top Questions Employers Should Ask References In The Hiring Process

Top Questions Employers Should Ask References In The Hiring Process

One of the most important functions in running a business is the hiring process. Typically, the better the hires, the more successful the business. An essential step in the hiring process is asking for and checking applicant references, but what should employers ask references in order to make the right hiring decision? Here are some top questions employers should ask references in the hiring process: What is your relationship to the candidate? When you gain an understanding of the relationship between the reference and the candidate, the...

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Corporate Governance Mistakes to Avoid

Posted by on Jan 15, 2017 in Career Management, Featured, Planning | Comments Off on Corporate Governance Mistakes to Avoid

Corporate Governance Mistakes to Avoid

It may be tempting to soar high and forget about processes because of all the ideas and adrenaline of running the business, but this kind of disposition isn't effective or useful at all. In this article, we share with you corporate governance mistakes you'd be wise to avoid. Businesses need structure or what most refer to as corporate governance in order to succeed. Corporate governance by definition means "the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a company is directed and controlled." Basically, its primary objective is to...

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How to Build an HR Department Without HR People

Posted by on Nov 20, 2016 in Featured, Planning, Small Business | Comments Off on How to Build an HR Department Without HR People

How to Build an HR Department Without HR People

For some organizations, it’s simply impossible to form a fully realized HR department. In spite of this, these organizations can use the skill sets of staff in various departments to make up for this deficit. If you are heading up a growing startup, you may find yourself in this position. You likely need more staff, and your needs regarding payroll and benefits are becoming more complex. On the other hand, there simply isn’t enough room in the budget to hire or outsource an HR team. You may even be resistant to the idea of forming a...

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