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9 Signs Your HR Manager is Terrible

HR departments are often maligned as glorified paper pushers, but a good human resource manager is an invaluable resource, advising you on your people, management techniques, hiring and developing programs that will help you succeed. What–you say your HR manager isn’t doing that? Then it may be the time to show him, or her, the  Full Article…

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Reference Letter Example Template

BUSINESS NAME} {ADDRESS} {CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE} Phone: {NUMBER} Fax: {NUMBER} {EMAIL} {DATE} {PROSEPCTIVE EMPLOYER NAME} {ADDRESS} {CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE} Re: Reference Letter for {FORMER EMPLOYEE NAME} Dear {PROSPOECTIVE EMPLOYER NAME} Our records indicate that {FORMER EMPLOYEE NAME} was employed by {BUSINESS NAME} in the position of {POSITION} from {DATE} to {DATE}. At the  Full Article…

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Employee Work Rules

POLICY: Employee Work Rules POLICY #: [Insert Number] EFFECTIVE DATE: [Insert Date] PERTAINS TO: All Employees [Company Name] does not tolerate unacceptable behavior. The following list of behaviors is unacceptable, however this is merely a sample list. Any employee found engaging in any unacceptable behavior will be subject to disciplinary action (whether or not the  Full Article…

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Employee Self Review

Employee Self Review Name of Employee: ____________________________________________________ Date: _________________________ Describe the goals you had set out to accomplish for this time period. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Which goals did you accomplish? _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Which goals did you not accomplish, and why not? _______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ What other objectives did you meet, beyond your stated goals?  Full Article…

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Telecommuting Policy

POLICY – Telecommuting POLICY NUMBER – [Insert Number] EFFECTIVE DATE – [Insert Date] PERTAINS TO – All Regular Full Time Employees The company is committed to being flexible to the personal circumstances and preferences of their employees.Telecommuting schedules must be arranged with the employee´s immediate supervisor. Approval for these schedules is at the discretion of  Full Article…

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Policy Leave of Absence Example Template

POLICY: Personal Leave of Absence POLICY #: [Insert Number] EFFECTIVE DATE: [Insert Date] PERTAINS TO: All Employees/Full-time employees [choose one] [Company Name] understands that occasionally, situations may arise in which an employee needs to take time of for personal matters. Accordingly, we allow our employees to take a personal leave of absence, provided that certain  Full Article…

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Finding and Hiring Employees the Easy Way

When you are searching for a candidate for an open position within your company, what is the first approach that comes to mind for your search? Classifieds in your local paper? Your local temp agency? Well, what if you could easily reach out to thousands of potential employees without doing much at all, or spending  Full Article…

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Building Your Team: Using Fun in your Training

When you hear the term “team building”, what comes to mind? A hard ropes course meant to teach you and your co-workers how to work together? A meditation retreat meant to teach you how to relax and focus better at work? Or maybe it means sitting in a classroom with everyone, learning communication skills. No  Full Article…

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How LinkedIn Can Help Build Your Job Contacts

We are constantly bombarded with so many different social media sites that it can be hard to determine which will actually help you as a job seeker. Twitter and Facebook are a couple of the main ones that everyone has heard of, but what others out there should you be on to connect with potential  Full Article…

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Time for employees to think

By Trương Chí Dũng, Director of R&D, Le&Associates. – http://www.l-a.com.vn/news/detail/1022/time-for-employees-to-think.htm On SHRM some years ago, there was an article named Take a Time-out for Your Team to Reflect by Jonathan Gosling and Henry Mintzberg. The articles stressed that employees must know how to work and to reflect. Therefore, the manager must give them some time  Full Article…

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Know your golfing style

We all know the Bobby Jones’ quote: “Golf is a game that is played on a five-inch course – the distance between your ears”. The way you play golf – prepare for the swing, make decisions on the field, calculate risk, interact with other players, control your temper, approach the game react to the outcome  Full Article…

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Remote control

Sometime ago, there was a seemingly silly question that “If we can control TV, washing machine, roller door, etc. by a remote, can we do the same to a business?” This question was answered by Jathan W. Janove in his article named Learn How to Manage by Remote Control in SHRM, 2004. The main points  Full Article…

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Nine Ways To Get Yourself Headhunted in HR

by Alan Collins – http://successinhr.com/getting-headhunted-in-hr The best HR recruiters, headhunters and executive search firms pride themselves on being able to find you. The problem is they never seem to call when you MOST want to be found. So what do you do if you want to get headhunted? Well, you can reach out and start  Full Article…

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Always Late for Work?

The perpetually-late are often misunderstood. It’s not enough to simply wake up earlier or organize the morning—always-tardy people go into a sort of time warp when it comes to being on time. Because of this, advice from the on-timers simply doesn’t work. Here are some non-traditional suggestions: 1. Change your mind-set. Do you have to  Full Article…

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Human resource management

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_resource_management Human resource management (HRM, or simply HR) is the management of an organization’s workforce, or human resources. It is responsible for the attraction, selection, training, assessment, and rewarding of employees, while also overseeing organizational leadership and culture, and ensuring compliance with employment and labor laws. In circumstances where  Full Article…

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Human resources

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_resources “Human resource” and “Manpower” redirect here. For other uses, see Human resource (disambiguation) and Manpower (disambiguation). Human resources is the set of individuals who make up the workforce of an organization, business sector or an economy. “Human capital” is sometimes used synonymously with human resources, although human capital  Full Article…

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15 Dirty Little Secrets For Landing Your Next HR Job…

by Alan Collins – http://successinhr.com/dirty-little-hr-job-search-secrets I recently talked with a terrific HR executive who was out of work for seven months. She had 10 years of HR experience, all with one company, before she was laid off in a brutal organizational restructuring. The good news is she just landed a terrific new job as a  Full Article…

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