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Living the Fast Food Worker Protests

Posted by Sarah Williams on September 11, 2013 in Compensation, Hurt, Labor Relations |
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Five years ago, I separated from my husband and the father of my children after years in a tumultuous relationship. I accepted a promotion which required me to relocate to NC shortly after we split. Although the job paid a good salary, it was difficult for me to make ends meet as a single mom with […]

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Who’s Guiding Your Sleigh?

Posted by Sarah Williams on December 20, 2012 in Compensation, HR Wisdom, Passion at Work |
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Once upon a time in Christmastown, there were two misfit employees who were encouraged to stifle their true talents in order to conform with company norms. Rudolph, with his nose so bright, was not always Santa’s favorite. While Rudolph’s flying abilities were far superior to those of his peers, he endured ruthless workplace harassment for […]

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Look What I Wrote!

Posted by Sarah Williams on January 27, 2012 in Compensation, Guest Contributions, Recognition and Rewards |
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Google GmailYahoo MailHotmailAOL MailAny email     As you may have heard, I joined a great group of HR professional and bloggers as a contributor at “Performance I Create.” My 1st post on the site went live this week. Here’s a snippet …   January means Annual Performance Review time at the job. And Annual Performance Review means […]

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