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A Desperate Workforce: Doing your Best

Posted on June 11, 2012 at 7:35 PM Comments comments (2)

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Once they’re hired, the modern day workforce continuously presents its own set of challenges due to the dire economy and its effect upon individual lives. These tips are great ways to not just do your best for those kinds of workers, yet to additionally ensure they do not make it any harder for you to begin a successful business:


Obtain a Goo...

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Sustain Professional Relevance at All Ages

Posted on June 11, 2012 at 7:35 PM Comments comments (0)

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A youthful look could add years to your career, as well as thousands of dollars to your salary. And I agree. Here are tips on sustaining relevance in the workplace no matter what your age is:


Sustain youthful appearance: Not overly young - yet youthful, with modern-day clothing and a hairstyle that’s current. (None of those salon-administered,...

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Retaining and Attracting Employees via Competitive Pay Scales

Posted on June 11, 2012 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (0)

One crucial HR duty includes sustaining a competitive, but happy work force. In order to accomplish this objective, the company has to develop a compensation plan which is adequate enough to encompass the necessities of every category of employee. It has to be consistently reviewed, as well as adjusted to assure that they could hire and retain outstanding employees. In order to have the ability to set up a sala...

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Removing Lies from LinkedIn and Your Resume without Getting Canned

Posted on June 11, 2012 at 5:50 PM Comments comments (0)

So you have distributed a little white lie on your resume.  Perhaps a small one, perhaps a large one.


If you lied to get a job, you must get that lie off of your resume during some point.  That little lie is increasingly returning to haunt individuals at every career level. Here is how you can remove that lie from your resume:

1)  Vow to tell the e...

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Make Your Bad Boss Good

Posted on May 23, 2012 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Whether your boss is good or bad, you are responsible for creating an efficient work relationship with that individual you refer to as boss. Firstly, think about treating her or him as if she or he is your most critical client. Take some responsibility for nurturing the positive elements of the relationship instead of dwelling onevery one of the negatives. You’ll discover that if you modify y...

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How you can Welcome New Employees

Posted on May 7, 2012 at 1:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Welcoming a brand new employee, to provide that employee the best probability of successfully integrating into your company, requires a sequence of steps which begin following the job offer being accepted. Here are five:

1) Call the new employee briefly following him or her signing and returning your job offer. The reason for the call includes expressing your excitement that the worker has joined your sta...

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How you can respond to a Request for a Reference Check

Posted on April 27, 2012 at 9:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Responding to reference check requests could be tricky. A fear of lawsuits and reprisal keep most employers from responding, whatsoever. This advice will assist you in responding reasonably to a reference check request as you protect the legitimate interests of your business and your present workers.

Firstly, follow your business' established policy. Most businesses ask that managers send a written reference request to Huma...

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Is it okay to discriminate against Individuals who are Obese?

Posted on April 20, 2012 at 9:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Victoria Hospital within Texas reported they’ll no longer employ anybody who has a BMI (Body Mass Index) higher than 35.

Are you too fat to get hired?


Being permitted to make these types of rules is different from saying they should.They shouldn’t. Here are 5 reasons it’s a poor policy:


1)You’ll lose out on a few excell...

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Could An ERP Save Your Human Resource Department?

Posted on April 20, 2012 at 9:10 AM Comments comments (1)

Is your human resources department more disorganized than a seventeen-year-old student too busy playing video games to care about doing his homework? It may be time to completely automate your company using an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system!

ERP will take every bit of the management data, internal and external alike, and incorporate it through the whole company, involving the custom...

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How HR Management will Benefit a Small Company

Posted on April 5, 2012 at 2:30 PM Comments comments (0)

HR personnel will take care of noncore company tasks. HR management will benefit a small company in various ways, depending upon the size of an organization. Additionally referred to as HRM, the human resources managers handle numerous tasks which managers and owners either aren’t eligible to deal with or lack the time to conduct efficiently. Small companies that have substantial budgets could employ a FT human resource sconsultant or ...

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Veronica Brillon CEO of Brillon Associates is an author, speaker, Professional Human Resources Consultant, and social media marketing wiz. Veronica has a passion for recruiting, training, and HRIS systems. Veronica is a leader in the HR community with 17 years of experience in human resources. Veronica’s book, “We are Human Too” “Human Resources Fun Not Frightening” was published 2010 and is now being promoted by Amazon.


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