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6 Ways to Navigate the HR Headaches of the 2016 Holiday Season

6 Ways to Navigate the HR Headaches of the 2016 Holiday Season

Just one year ago, we invited our friend Jonathan Segal to host a webinar on "Avoiding the HR Headaches of the Holiday Season." But since the “joyous” headaches of the season are never ending, we invite you to check out these six key pieces of friendly advice that Jonathan offered during the call...

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Topics: HR Challenges, Holidays, HR Law

The Key Steps to Creating an Ethical Workplace Culture

The Key Steps to Creating an Ethical Workplace Culture

We would all like to think that our employees know the difference between right and wrong in the workplace. But do your employees know where to turn in a crisis? 

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Topics: Culture, Culture Fit

The Value of Top Notch Recruiting Content

As the economy has rebounded, the job market has started to heat up and recruiters are also starting to feel the heat. A recent study by SHRM found that over two thirds of HR professionals (68%) are experiencing difficulty recruiting candidates for full time positions. However, organizations that attract highly qualified candidates have a leg up over the competition. One way to make this a reality is to develop top notch recruiting content.

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Topics: Recruiting, Job Description Writing Tips, job description, HR trends

You Already Have an Employer Brand…but is it a Positive Brand? [Part 2]

Now that you know how important a positive brand is, how exactly do you go about improving and strengthening yours? Some aspects are very organic, and take time to develop, but without setting guiding principles your brand message won’t be clear, enticing or effective.

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Topics: Recruiting Best Practices, HR trends

A Cautionary Tale About the Largest CFPB Fine Ever

A Cautionary Tale About the Largest CFPB Fine Ever

Our friend, Toby Graham, stopped by this week to help us understand one of the biggest news stories hitting HR and the world of employee management. Toby’s the Director of Marketing Communications at Compli, where she and her team help organizations manage compliance activities across their workforce.

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Topics: Recruiting Best Practices, HR trends

You Already Have an Employer Brand…but is it a Positive Brand? [Part 1]

You’ve probably heard the term “Employer Branding” and maybe even plan to look into it more when you can find the time. Frankly, it can’t wait much longer.

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Topics: Recruiting Best Practices, HR trends

4 Problems That Plague Small Business HR (and How to Solve Them)

4 Problems That Plague Small Business HR (and How to Solve Them)

HR thought leaders frequently mention best practices that large companies utilize (think Google and Boeing). Every company has unique hiring practices, but companies like Zappos and Starbucks take recruiting and retention to advanced levels. They have found unique ways to attract and retain the ideal people for their teams.

Small businesses might not have the time to “reinvent wheel” when it comes to HR. Instead, take few tricks from the industry top dogs, and incorporate their HR processes into yours!

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Topics: Recruiting Best Practices, Hiring for Small Business

Transparency in Your Hiring Process

Transparency in Your Hiring Process

The internet is a fast-paced place. Attention spans come at a premium. That’s why transparency is so important, especially in your hiring process.

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Topics: Recruiting Best Practices, HR trends

Pressed For Time? Here’s a Strategic Approach to Your Next Interview

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When you reflect on the hiring process, (i.e. creating a job description, reviewing applicants, calling references, interviewing top candidates and finally making a decision), the part that probably sticks out as the most important is interviewing.

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Topics: Recruiting Best Practices, Interviews

How to Survive as the New HR Pro at a Company

How to Survive as the New HR Pro at a Company

Recruiting is a company’s “circle of life,” when someone leaves, someone new is hired.

While it is typically HR’s duty to fill out the paperwork associated with this process, at times, HR itself is the victim of turnover. If you are the new recruiter, HR generalist, etc., you are going to have to familiarize yourself with the existing processes, procedures, and programs needed to perform the job effectively. 

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Topics: Recruiting Best Practices, job description, HR trends

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