4 Things Never to Discuss With Human Resources


Human resources—whether it is a single person or a department—all have the same duties and responsibilities. Human resources protect the company against things like unsafe working conditions, turnover, lawsuits, employee morale, or paying employees too much. As an employee of the company, if you have issues, objections or complaints, it is natural to want to bring itContinue reading “4 Things Never to Discuss With Human Resources”

Leadership: It’s the Little Things That Count


How would your employees describe you? Modest? Considerate? Approachable? Frequently, these terms describe some of those at the top of the corporate world—people like Warren Buffett and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. They are CEOs beloved by their employees and are leaders not only on business, but in the values of their corporations. Most bosses have notContinue reading “Leadership: It’s the Little Things That Count”

Leadership: It's the Little Things That Count


How would your employees describe you? Modest? Considerate? Approachable? Frequently, these terms describe some of those at the top of the corporate world—people like Warren Buffett and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. They are CEOs beloved by their employees and are leaders not only on business, but in the values of their corporations. Most bosses have notContinue reading “Leadership: It's the Little Things That Count”

Networking Nuisance: Best Way to Avoid Being Annoying


From a post by J.T. O’DONNELL for Careerealism.com: I was speaking to a group of job seekers recently about the “new rules” of networking and the following question came up: I’ve connected with a lot of people and they’ve all been very helpful in giving me advice and answering my questions. Some even agreed to meet with me forContinue reading “Networking Nuisance: Best Way to Avoid Being Annoying”

HR Leadership: 10 Steps to Employee Engagement


How to Create an Employee Engagement Culture A 2011 study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology found conclusively that investments in superior human capital generates better performance by the company. This should answer the question WHY employee engagement is needed, but it does not answer the question of HOW. Employees have to feel theContinue reading “HR Leadership: 10 Steps to Employee Engagement”

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