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It’s Been A Long Time

Posted by Sarah Williams on June 26, 2014 in Just Buzzing |
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… I shouldn’t have left you … Depending on the era you were born, you can finish that lyric in any number of ways. It’s hard to believe it’s been over 2 months since I last posted anything on this blog. I’ve never gone that long without writing since I launched 3 years ago. Yikes […]

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Confessions of a LASHRM14 Speaker

Posted by Sarah Williams on April 2, 2014 in HR Conferences and Events |
confessions of a lashrm14 speaker

In 5 days, I return to Baton Rouge for my 3rd consecutive Louisiana SHRM State Conference!! 2 years ago, LASHRM became the first conference I attended as apart of the Social Media team (Read about that HERE). Last year, LASHRM became the first conference I attended as a Concurrent session speaker … I return as […]

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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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What Will I Do After The SPHR?

Posted by Sarah Williams on January 29, 2014 in Managing Workload, SPHR |
after i pass the sphr

On Friday, January 31st, I sit for the SPHR exam – one of the hardest professional certification exams on the planet. The exam I’ve run from for almost a decade because I hate standardized tests more than I hate peas. And I really hate peas. Just ask my mother. To say I am nervous about […]

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Who’s Guiding Your Sleigh?

Posted by Sarah Williams on December 20, 2012 in Compensation, HR Wisdom, Passion at Work |
who is guiding your sleigh

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‚Äôs favorite. While Rudolph’s flying abilities were far superior to those of his peers, he endured ruthless workplace harassment for […]

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