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The benefits of rejection

The benefits of rejection.  makes a great point about how we can better brand our company through those we have rejected as employees.

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The "Squashing" of Human Resources

It has been evident for quite some time but especially since the recession;  HR is being squashed.

Today, we see fewer VP’s of HR and fewer Directors as well and witness each day a flattening of the HR structure. 326 more words

Helping Employees Thrive

Gallup annually surveys nearly 150,000 employees across North America to measure how engaged they are with their jobs. Unfortunately, over half of those surveyed admit to being disengaged at work and almost twenty percent are actively working against what the organization is trying to achieve.   370 more words


I wish I had more time…

In addition to posting every day this month, I want to better use every moment granted me in September. I’ve got big work projects, home projects including a yard that needs replanting, a waistline that needs shrinking, and most of all, loved ones who need my time. 82 more words

We are a great place to work, honest

I read a joke today about how HR never really tell the truth when recruiting someone.  We have all worked somewhere with a  toxic culture, where you stand no chance of changing without hiring good people.  432 more words


'We didnt see that coming!' - Top 6 HR financial risks for SMEs to keep a look out for.

Having HR support in any business is not all about being ‘pink and fluffy’, robust HR practices are key to not only developing your business through your people but protecting it against financial risks. 699 more words


UAL Launches new Sickness Absence Policy

From 1 August 2014 UAL has introduced a new Sickness Absence Policy. This policy has been developed following a thorough review of our practice in consultation with unions and managers. 77 more words