Leadership Development for a Multi-generational Workforce

In an age where talent shortages are rampant due to skill shortages and the rapid exit of older more seasoned employees from the workforce, human resource professionals are challenged to develop the next generation of leaders to take their place. However, this itself is tough, given that there are four distinct generations who all see […] Read more…

HR and Content Writers: The Perfect Partnership

It’s been said that the human resource department is the ‘face’ of the organization. Many times, HR pros are the only representatives of a company when other leaders are unwilling or unable to put themselves into public relationship positions.This is an opportunity for human resource pros to partner themselves with content writers who can skillfully […] Read more…

The Center of it All is Human Resources

In a recent conversation with a colleague of mine, the subject came up about the ever-increasing pressures that human resource practitioners face daily. One would think with all the technology and resources that are available today that this wouldn’t be the case. I mean there are so many new tools at the average HR pros […] Read more…

The Center of it All is Human Resources

In a recent conversation with a colleague of mine, the subject came up about the ever-increasing pressures that human resource practitioners face daily. One would think with all the technology and resources that are available today that this wouldn’t be the case. I mean there are so many new tools at the average HR pros […] Read more…

Could executive orders to revive Dakota Access and Keystone XL create more jobs?

In the early days of his administration, President Donald J. Trump signed what some consider to be controversial executive orders to revive the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines. This move essentially reverses previous orders to halt construction by departing President Obama. While some are not exactly thrilled about this decision, those in the energy […] Read more…

HR Writer Contributes to HR Magazine in Favor of Corporate Dress Codes

Corporate dress codes have been around as long as facsimile machines and mod office furniture. I’m pretty sure that the fashion show at work was pretty interesting before HR policies came along to crack down on potentially offensive attire. (Like our mothers’ too short mini-skirts and our fathers’ polyester leisure suits) There’s a reason they […] Read more…

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