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Running Effective One-On-One Meetings

November 21, 2016 in HR Best Practices


So you’ve heard about others doing one-on-one meetings. Some do a one-hour session every other week with each team member. Counting preparation time, one-on-ones would take up a significant part of your busy schedule. You ponder: Would all the hours be well spent and justified? It is true that one-on-ones can be time-consuming. Yet the […]


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Overtime Rule: Preparing Millennials & Gen Zs

October 24, 2016 in HR Best Practices, News


Under new overtime rule regulations set to become law on December 1st, approximately 4.2 million salaried employees will be reclassified as non-exempt employees with set work hours: Wages and the Fair Labor Standards Act. The new law may cause a backlash with our youngest workers since less workplace autonomy runs counter to so much of […]


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Building The Business Case for Talent Management

September 19, 2016 in HR Best Practices


Businesses are increasingly realizing their worth has less to do with buildings, machinery, and inventory, and more to do with the intangible assets of the people across their organizations. However, business leaders have been slow to embrace–and slower to act upon–the onslaught of data that proves this point, and often learn too late they’ve squandered […]


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Five Easy Ways to Reward Your Top Employees

August 8, 2016 in HR Best Practices


Every company wants a happy workforce. Offering rewards is just one way to turn those frowns upside down – and one way to motivate employees to do their best work. Companies often forget the importance employees place on those last two items: recognition and appreciation. We’ve come up with 5 easy ways to reward employees who are […]


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5 Ways to Set New Graduates up for Success on the Job

June 27, 2016 in HR Best Practices


This time each year, a new wave of graduates hits the job market. This year’s grads–congrats, class of 2016!–herald the end of the Millennial era and the beginning of the next generation of workers: Generation Z. But regardless of their generational status, graduating classes have a lot in common as they start looking for their […]


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Heads Up On Using Social Media in Hiring

May 30, 2016 in HR Best Practices, News


It’s no longer news–to employers or to potential employees–that social media accounts offer a glimpse into the lives of applicants that has never before been possible. At least, that’s the case for those whose information is made available to the public, whether by design or by accident. This enables hiring managers to approach their applicant […]


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Best HR Metrics for Human Capital Management

May 9, 2016 in HR Best Practices


The following blog appeared in our parent company e-newsletter, HR Insights. It was written by Jessica Miller-Merrell, SPHR. I’ve written before about HR Metrics being the key to HR’s seat at the executive table. Given the fact that the HR and recruiting departments are non-income generating, having solid metrics are key to demonstrating to senior leaders […]


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The Pros and Cons of Developing Talent Internally

April 11, 2016 in HR Best Practices


Balancing between training current employees to fill future positions and investing in staffing processes to land top-tier external candidates is tricky. Here we discuss the pros and cons of developing talent internally. Even if you’ve already found (and hired) your next top performer, it’s important to know the pros and cons of developing talent within […]


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