HRCI General PHR-SPHR Recertification

Building a Team Connection in a Remote Environment

Being physically present in the same location isn’t what makes a group of employees a team. Team cohesiveness is just as important for employees working in a virtual environment as it is groups that work face-to-face. Team cohesiveness is the degree to which the members of a team feel a sense of connection to the team and engagement with its shared purpose and goals. It is absolutely possible to build a team connection and cohesiveness in a remote environment.

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Cultivating Accountability in a Virtual Work Environment

While accountability is a crucial component of overall organizational success, it’s an area that managers often find to be challenging – even more so when faced with the unique challenge of applying accountability best practices to a virtual work environment. Whether you’re responsible for overseeing the work of a few employees or an entire enterprise, the way you approach accountability with your remote team will have a critical impact on performance, productivity, and results.

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Beyond 'Illegal' Interview Questions: What Hiring Managers Need to Know About Protected Characteristics

Designed for individuals involved in any aspect of the hiring process, this course provides a comprehensive overview of key facts about protected characteristics to screen applicants, conduct interviews and make hiring decisions in a manner that is compliant with U.S. equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws and regulations.

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