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Professionals are leaving HR on “read”

“You mean he/she left you on read?” It sounds all too familiar in our dating lives. It’s an example of “ghosting,” the newest method used to end a relationship, or convey that you’re not really interested. It’s reading someone’s message and not responding, well, ever.
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“Missing” inactive pensioners may not be missed by DOL

Heads up, HR specialists! The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is taking a Philadelphia model audit to a national platform in its search to locate pensioners who are not collecting owed retirement benefits.
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Workplace Diversity: Where and How It Works

It’s easy to say – “we value diversity” – but putting those values into company-wide practice is anything but fluid or easy.
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The job applicant/HR disconnect

The results of the 2016 Future Workplace Study are in, and the findings say HR professionals and job applicants have different mindsets and goals. Find out how they differ!
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5 things to consider when crafting your new HR plan

With the beginning of a new year comes HR planning and policy review. Blogger Margaret Jacoby describes the most important aspects of employee handbooks to evaluate.
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Can technology improve HR results and impact the bottom line?

Should your business implement a Human Resources Management System? Blogger Margaret Jacoby talks about four benefits you may receive.
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4 Tips for managing generation Z employees in the workplace

In previous articles on Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y/Millennials, we’ve highlighted the characteristics and best management strategies for these generations of workers. Now we turn our focus to Generation Z.
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How to effectively nurture and prune staff

The difference between success and failure could be the addition or subtraction of one employee. Blogger and award winning business journalist Jody Glynn Patrick tells you how to effectively nurture and prune staff.
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When refusing to hire a felon could land you in court

A felony conviction doesn't mean you can automatically disqualify a potential job candidate. But, that hasn't stopped some companies from making that mistake. Blogger and award-winning business journalist Jody Glynn Patrick explains when refusing to hire a felon could land you in court.
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