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How Valuable are Personality Tests

Are you someone who takes personality assessments? Would you take one if it gave you insights into the type of workplace that is best for your personality and the way others see you?

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#HRHappyHour 186 – A Look Back, A Look Forward

On our most recent HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and I talked about the recently concluded SHRM Annual Conference, shared some information about our session about HR Technology selection and evaluation, and looked back over the last few years of the HR Happy Hour Show.

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#HRTechConf 2014: Technology in Sin City

I’m excited that the agenda is now posted for the 2014 event that takes place October 7- 10 in Las Vegas. I’ll be leading a session with some of the top CHROs in the technology space.

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The SHRM and HRCI Battle Is Not Critical to Good HR

I personally know many people who stay far more up to date without HRCI certification. After all, some of us are the very people that SHRM and other conferences call in to teach you so that you can get your credits.

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4 Ways HR Can Operate More Like a Profit Center

What if HR departments set up a fee schedule for all the ways that HR departments and recruiting teams add value to the company, then “charge” our internal clients by tracking our time spent on projects like external consultants would.

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Key Ways to Train Your Team on Zero Budget

Using creativity to train your team.

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Wellness You Need for the Modern Workplace- HR Happy Hour #181

We’re talking about the role of technology in the support of corporate and individual wellness goals. Mobile, gamification, wearables, and social concepts have transformed both the activities and the design of wellness programs in the last few years.

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Should Your Workstation Be Luxurious?

Do you have a a home office? How cutting-edge is your workspace?

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