Category Archives for "HR Issues"

Guest Post: Turning Values into Culture

People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed. –Samuel Johnson Culture exists in every company whether you create it or not! The focus of so many lectures, industry articles, and board meetings is often around culture, but what is culture, and how do you create a culture you want as […]

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The Value of Effective Leadership (Infographic)

It seems that every other day, someone comes out with a new book or podcast about the five or so new ways to be the best manager ever. But no matter the leadership trend du jour, skills like communication, humility, and positivity are still the foundation of good leadership. The post below covers why it’s […]

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5 Family-Friendly Perks That Working Parents Love

Last week, we talked about how seven different companies help employees balance work and family. Now we’ve got some tips on how you can make your workplace a haven for working parents. Companies offer family-friendly perks because they know that a stressed employee is a distracted employee and a happy employee is loyal and productive. […]

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Beat the 3:30 Slump with These 7 Tricks

Ah, the 3:30 slump. Lunch has been over for hours, but you’re nowhere near the end of the workday. Your eyelids are heavy, your brain is drained, and you can’t seem to focus on your tasks. You shouldn’t drink coffee because you won’t be able to sleep at night, and you can’t take a nap […]

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Five HR Headlines You Need to Read

Spring can be a busy season. If you’ve been focusing on paperwork, new hires, and to-do lists, possibly while surviving the polar vortex, we’re here to bring you up to speed on some of the recent developments in your field. We’ve got the HR news you need, from changes in the global workforce to laws […]

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