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Let’s Talk About Risk

Let’s Talk About Risk

HR, employment law, training… let’s be honest, this may not always be the most favored meeting request that some leaders receive across their calendars. For some, those meetings and trainings are seen as a waste of time because “HR handles that.” So let’s set the...

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The Simplicity of Diversity

The Simplicity of Diversity

If I had a dollar for every person that has attended a Diversity or Unconscious Bias webinar, class, zoom call, TED Talk, or podcast in the last year, I wouldn’t be writing about the topic. Instead, I’d be hanging out with the idle rich!  That said, with so much...

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Dear Abby

Dear Abby

In today’s Dear Abby column, the writer asked for advice about leaving her employer. The employer in her opinion hasn’t cared about keeping employees safe and now she has a negative opinion of the owner. Because of this, she views the owner as greedy and non-caring...

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The Talent Bench

The Talent Bench

When I think of the talent bench, I think of a sports team with the next round of players waiting there dressed for the game and ready to jump in and play. Sometimes teams have really great players on those benches and sometimes not so much. In business, we need at a...

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A New Administration

A New Administration

For those of you who don’t know me, I am a bit of a nerd. It took me a while to really lean into that idea but I can’t help that I tend to get a kick out of odd things. The quote “There is nothing permanent except change” was actually written somewhere around 535 BC...

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A Day of Remembrance

A Day of Remembrance

Dr. King penned so many of my favorite quotes, “the ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people” and “everybody can be great because everybody can serve.” By far my favorite of all of his quotes...

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FMLA/ADAAA

FMLA/ADAAA

I find that even when I try to turn off my brain, HR still seems to creep in. I was watching TV last Friday, and enjoying a great show, Blue Bloods, when the episode turned to the topic of disabilities in the workplace. A detective became disabled and was in a...

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Resiliency

Resiliency

Resiliency.  This is our word, fellow HR’ers.  We’ve seen it all.  We’ve heard it all.  And last year, we pretty much did it all.  And yet, here we are in the new year.  We’re not just surviving – we are thriving.  You might be snickering at that “not just surviving”...

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Minimum Wage Increases

Minimum Wage Increases

Many employers around the country already stressed with the challenges of 2020 are now facing minimum wage changes that will radically change their business.  In this holiday season, changing minimum wage in a way affects the “least of these”.  As we think about the...

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Reflections on Veteran’s Day

Reflections on Veteran’s Day

I may be a bit old fashioned, but I like patriotic stuff. I put up our flag on the front of the house every day when I was a kid. In college, I put up the flag and took it down each day at the dorm. Here we are on another Veteran’s Day - a day of observance for those...

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