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How HR Onboarding Can Help the Whole Company

You don’t get a second chance at a first impression – it’s an old adage, but one that still rings true. When it comes to hiring new employees, they’ll only ever have one first day, week, month, and year, yet many companies forget this, or simply don’t care. But making…

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Should Your Business Leverage an HR Partner for Recruitment?

Hiring has long been seen as the responsibility of the human resources department, but more often than not, managing hiring strategies is only one of many hats worn by HR professionals, managers, and business owners whose days are already packed. But hiring new employees is so critical to a business’s…

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HR Tips: How to Write a Job Description

Recruiting and hiring new employees is a process that’s full of hard work. In comparison to interviews, job offers, and onboarding, writing a job description and posting may seem trivial and straightforward. But it’s harder than you think: a poorly written job posting can attract unqualified applicants and drive well-suited…

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Why Onboarding is Critical in Talent Acquisition

Imagine this: a company recently hired a new employee. On her first day, she comes in, receives some paperwork and meets her manager, and gets started. Her performance is shaky at first, but shows real promise. Then, two months after she begins, she puts in her two weeks notice. What…

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How Human Resources Development Can Prepare Tomorrow’s Leaders

Six years ago, the oldest members of the Baby Boomer generation began reaching the traditional retirement age of 65. Due to many factors, people have been choosing to defer their retirement, but now, in 2017, an estimated 10,000 Boomers are retiring every day. Millennials have largely made their way through…

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Should Your Small Business Partner with an HR Provider?

The entrepreneurial spirit is an admirable thing: small business leaders are adaptive, they’re fast on their feet, open to innovation, and think critically. But even when they’re passionate about their businesses and what they do, some aspects of small business ownership can be spirit-crushing. With so much to do in…

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5 Reasons Growing Companies Need HR Help

Small business growth is every entrepreneur’s dream, but with all the extra work to put in and logistics to consider, it can feel like a nightmare. When a company reaches a stage of rapid growth, it’s important not only to make the current expansion as smooth as possible, but also…

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Working in HR? Trends to Watch For in 2018

To say that this past year has been interesting for the field of human resources would be vastly understating it. For people working in HR, the events of 2017 have caused both headache and important introspection, and this need for change is going to continue into 2018. Here are some…

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On the Heels of Harvey

The best way to prevent harassment from happening in your organization is by understanding, leading, and asking.

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How an Executive Search is Different for Nonprofits

Leadership changes can be frightening and stressful times for any organization, but for nonprofits, finding a new executive director can be especially difficult. With different budgets and governance structures than for-profit companies, a nonprofit search process is filled with challenges that just aren’t present in other circumstances. Here are three…

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