Business

How to Become a Human Resources Manager

With American employees working more hours than ever before, there’s no denying that work environments are shaping our lives—even for people who are working from home. The rise of the remote workforce presents new opportunities for human resources managers to think creatively and intentionally about employee benefits, company strategy, talent management and the future of workplace culture. Well-trained and highly motivated HR managers have the unique chance to become organizational leaders who help employees navigate the evolving workplace and serve as a bridge between companies and their workers. What Is Human Resources Management? Human resources management is the function of […]

Business Analyst vs. Data Analyst

Ready to become a business analyst or data analyst? Learn about the differences between a business analyst and a data analyst such as education and salary.

How to Become a Business Analyst

Business analysts use their skills to help guide organizations through change and uncharted territory. Those who enjoy a dynamic work environment will find it both a challenging and a rewarding profession.

How to Become an HR Consultant

HR consultants can be a valuable asset to organizations of all sizes. From recruiting to hiring to managing employee benefits, a human resources consultant can provide a wide array of services or specialize in one area of HR.

Finding a Mentor at Every Stage of Your Career

With so many options of places to search for advice, the process of finding a mentor can be overwhelming. Professor Darren Good suggests how aspiring mentees can put themselves out there. 

Human Resources Management

Human resource management professionals are critical to any company, responsible for their organization’s most valuable assets—its employees. Learn what HR management involves and how human resource managers shape and influence a successful and positive workplace culture.

The Difference Between Leadership and Management

In business, leaders and managers are often two distinct roles—both critical to a successful operation. Each job requires a unique set of skills and qualities that can help drive a company’s success and inspire employees to perform their best.