• Startup
  • Payroll/Taxes
  • Human Resources
  • Employee Benefits
  • Business Insurance
  • Compliance
  • Marketing
  • Funding
  • Accounting
  • Management
  • Finance
  • Payment Processing
  • Taxes
  • Overtime
  • Outsourcing
  • Time & Attendance
  • Analytics
  • PEO
  • Outsourcing
  • HCM
  • Hiring
  • Onboarding
  • Recruiting
  • Retirement
  • Group Health
  • Individual Insurance
  • Health Care
  • Employment Law
  • Tax Reform
Coronavirus Help Center – tools to help you navigate today's challenges and opportunities.

Top 10 Tweets from SHRM16

Human Resources

Want the nitty-gritty on #SHRM16? We’ve collected our favorite Tweets zinging around the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, at the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Annual Conference and Exposition, June 19-22. Enjoy these HR insights that were shared during the conference:

Talented employees stay when they're:

1 paid well
2 mentored
3 challenged
4 inspired
5 involved
6 appreciated
7 trusted
8 empowered #SHRM16

— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) June 19, 2016

Employees want consistency of message, but variety in format from any form of communication. #SHRM16

— Tracy Volkmann (@tvolkmannPR) June 20, 2016 @tvolkmannPR

"A paycheck is good, but it's not always enough. We have a human need to be recognized."#workhuman #SHRM16 @Nycpandit

— Sarah Payne (@se_payne) June 20, 2016 @se_payne

To be a break-though HR practitioner in the next 5 years, you have to have a digital mindset. @RyanEstis #SHRM16

— Jennifer McClure (@JenniferMcClure) June 20, 2016 @JenniferMcClure

Generation has nothing to do with it. EVERYONE wants to know where they stand more often than once a year. #soapbox #SHRM16

— Mary Faulkner (@mfaulkner43) June 20, 2016 @mfaulkner43

There are leaders who exist by title and leaders who exist by action #SHRM16

— Kristina Minyard (@HRecruit) June 20, 2016 @HRecruit

The gender gap isn't a woman issue, it's a people issue. #SHRM16

— Dan Cross (@CrossOverHR) June 20, 2016 @CrossOverHR

Teams tend to be powered by personalities not processes @ShaneYount #SHRM16

— John Baldino (@jbalive) June 20, 2016 @jbalive

"The worst thing you can do is hire or promote the most technically competent person & not set them up for success." @sharlyn_lauby #shrm16

— Kelly Marinelli (@KellyinBoulder) June 20, 2016 @KellyinBoulder

Compensation equity, non-discrimination & labor mgmt - key regulatory trends for the remainder of 2016. #SHRM16 pic.twitter.com/wkUKFR6hDX

— Lisa Fleming (@lisafleming78) June 20, 2016 @lisafleming78

Follow #SHRM16 on Twitter to join in on the conversation.


This website contains articles posted for informational and educational value. Paychex is not responsible for information contained within any of these materials. Any opinions expressed within materials are not necessarily the opinion of, or supported by, Paychex. The information in these materials should not be considered legal or accounting advice, and it should not substitute for legal, accounting, and other professional advice where the facts and circumstances warrant.
Paychex is committed to providing resources to the Spanish-speaking community. To ensure we are providing the most up-to-date and accurate information, some content on this website will be shown in English, and will be provided in Spanish when available.