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Building Pay Equity Into Your Culture

A key benefit of pay transparency is that it forces organizations to develop a thought-out and data-driven approach to fair and equitable compensation based on objective work-related criteria, not discriminatory and bias-generated factors.

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HR Talent When and Where You Need It

We have the solution you probably didn’t even realize you were looking for.

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Recognizing Burnout and Addressing the Root Cause

If leaders are burned out, their stress can have a cascading effect throughout an organization.

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3 Ways to Use AI Recruiting Effectively in Mitigating Bias

As recruiters seek to mitigate bias in hiring practices, here are three strategies for determining if AI is the right solution, and AI best practices.

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Maintaining Culture through Purpose and Connection

An employee’s value of efficiency, productivity, and connection drives flexibility in how we approach our work.

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HR Collaborative at 2022 Pillar Awards

We’re Honored to Be Recognized for Our Women Leadership

We’re honored by two recent awards recognizing our efforts to empower women: the Pillar Awards and 50 Most Influential Women in West MI.

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Why HR is important

Why is Human Resources Important?

The role that HR plays in every organization may look slightly different, but human resources is essential to sustainable, long-term growth.

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It's official! We're a WBE, GPTW, and Inc. 5000 honoree

It’s Official: We’re a WBE, GPTW, and Two-Time Inc. 5000 Honoree!

We’re excited to announce we’ve been certified as a WBE from WBENC, a Great Place to Work®, and we’re a second-time Inc. 5000 honoree.

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HR Collaborative Ranked in Inc. 5000 for Second Time

For the second time, Inc. has recognized HR Collaborative as one of the 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America.

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How Leaders Can Start Addressing Mental Health in the Workplace

While many leaders know they can’t ignore the issue of workplace mental health, few know how to approach the topic. Kim LaMontagne shares how.

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