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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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Always Remember, Never Forget

Always Remember, Never Forget

With Veteran’s Day coming up on November 11th, one may ask, “Why do we celebrate Veteran’s Day?” Why do schools/businesses take the day off? Why do restaurants offer so many freebies on this day? Well the short answer is that Veterans Day gives Americans the...

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Tis’ the Season for Mental Health

Tis’ the Season for Mental Health

It’s okay to be stressed about the many unknowns that we have in our lives today that may or may not have existed in 2019. It’s okay to take a mental health day and do nothing. It’s okay to tell others that we are having a hard time. As human resources professionals,...

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Unconscious Bias: Not a Political Debate

Unconscious Bias: Not a Political Debate

We know, accept, and fight the effects of biases in the workplace, but what about in our personal lives? How about when it relates to one of the most sacred personal rights that we have? The right to vote. Now don’t panic! This is not going to turn into a political...

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National Coming Out Day

National Coming Out Day

Sunday marked the 32nd  anniversary of National Coming Out Day. Although many members of the LGBTQ+ community may come out to their friends and family, this is often a more difficult conversation to have in the workplace. When you get to the center of it though, it...

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The Notorious R.B.G.

The Notorious R.B.G.

I like to think of myself as woke. As an HR professional and fellow member of the human race, I acknowledge that others come from different experiences and backgrounds than I do. I appreciate the hardships and struggles they have had to endure. What never ceases to...

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Politics in the Workplace

Politics in the Workplace

As employers, we know that everything that happens in society affects the workplace. Politics is no exception. People are boycotting Goodyear and buying extra cans of black beans. They have bumper stickers on cars and signs in yards. They buy apparel, hats, and big...

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Questioning Strategy in Response to Today’s Challenges

Questioning Strategy in Response to Today’s Challenges

Oddly and evenly sadly, this is not new. The current events in America could be from the 1960’s; could be Rodney King in the 1990’s; could be from any decade in our 400-year history since Jamestown 1619. Happenings in the world that may not completely or immediately...

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Clickbait and Critical Thinking

Clickbait and Critical Thinking

  I admit. I fell for it. When I’m not working, not running around with baseball mom duties, or out laboring in my weed-infested flower beds (futile, by the way), I can be found hiding away on my phone checking social media. It’s my version of watching TV or...

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We’ve Made it!

We’ve Made it!

Welcome to the second half of 2020! We made it. It’s all downhill from here…. Right? Okay, so maybe the phrase “What could possibly happen next?” has crept into your vocabulary once or twice, or “It can’t get any worse… can it?!” As I look back over the past six...

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