It’s the HR Carnival … Of Love & Other Stuff!!

Posted by Sarah Williams on February 12, 2014 in Guest Bloggers, Guest Contributions, Mash-Ups & Collaborations |
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February is a short month … but it’s also a great month and one of my favorite months of the year! We celebrate Black History and highlight the accomplishments of African-Americans in the USA in February. We celebrate Valentine’s Day and highlight the importance of love and romance in February. Usually, we celebrate the best […]

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It’s True! She’s Really Retiring!

Posted by Sarah Williams on September 25, 2013 in Guest Bloggers, HR Wisdom, Passion at Work, Recognition and Rewards, Workplace Reputation |
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After over 40 years as a Human Resources professional, my mother is retiring on September 30th. For real this time. My mom has always been my secret HR weapon. One of my very first and most popular posts ever was a summary of her advice (Read that HERE). Having mentors and colleagues is great — […]

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HR is the Nerve Center

Posted by Sarah Williams on May 29, 2013 in Guest Bloggers, Honey |
hr is the nerve center

Wikipedia defines Human Resources as the set of individuals who make up the workforce of an organization, business sector or an economy.  In other words, we are the backbone of the company.   No company can survive without employees, more specifically, good employees.  Any Joe Schmoe can set up shop and put up a now hiring […]

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HR is like Tightrope Dancing

Posted by Sarah Williams on May 22, 2013 in Guest Bloggers, HR Wisdom |
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What HR is to me? Well, from the very depths of my soul, my answer is: “A job that pays the bills.” But I have a feeling that won’t suffice for a whole blog post. So I guess I would have to say, HR to me is the ultimate balancing act of professions in all […]

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HR Stops the Hulk Smash

Posted by Sarah Williams on May 15, 2013 in Guest Bloggers, Pop Culture Stuff |
HR Stops the Hulk Smash

HR exists because organizations are made up of people, but as entities they are quite terrible at grasping the needs and potential of the individual. This is not surprising- the fundamental purpose of an organization is to coordinate a number of people to do something too complex or vast to be done by an individual. […]

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