Clients often ask me if it's worth training employees if they're close to retirement or in a high demand job. Here are my thoughts on the subject.
On May 24th, Leesa Schipani and Steve Schloss & Karen McDonough of USI come together to share the latest trends in health, retirement and fringe benefits.
The Human Resources Council of The Greater New Haven Chamber has selected Leesa Schipani to moderate their first panel discussion at their new Morning Mingle event, March 22, 2017, at the Shubert Theatre in New Haven. Schipani is a partner at KardasLarson, a leading HR consulting firm based in Connecticut. The Chamber's Morning Mingle is [...]
Do you know that 10% of your employees may be in a relationship with a co-worker?* How do you think your surrounding employees feel about these workplace romances?* 33% disapprove of the relationships between supervisors and subordinates 30% say that if co-workers collaborate on projects, they shouldn’t collaborate on anything else 24% believe that colleagues [...]
Practice Leader Leesa Schipani of Glastonbury, CT cycled 55 miles in August to support The Tour of the Litchfield Hills' cancer fundraising event.
Culture trumps skill and will every time! Find out how to hire for culture instead of skill and see how it could benefit your organization.
Are you viewed as a trusted adviser? The size of your HR department doesn’t matter when it comes to building a reputation as a trusted advisor. Your employees view you as their advocate and the keeper of their best interest and many see this as your only role. The leader of your organization, your CEO or owner, expects you to keep the business interests at the forefront and this may conflict with what you feel is right for your people.
Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA) has invited Leesa Schipani and Lois Krause of KardasLarson to be speakers at its Hiring for Today's Workplace conference. This statewide conference will be held on Friday, April 22, 2016 from 8:15 am to 12:00 pm at the Radisson Hotel Cromwell in Cromwell, CT.
Leesa Schipani gives suggestions for how to have more productive interviews.
Leesa Schipani of Glastonbury, CT cycled a 60-mile loop during the 2015 Long Trail Century Ride to raise money to support sports for disabled people.