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The Secret? Surround Yourself By Greatness

Surrounding yourself with people who behave in ways that are positive and align with the type of person you want to be, you are more likely to incorporate those behaviors into your life.

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Do Top HR Pros Need To Be Cross-Trained?

Guest post by Tina DeVey.

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Top 3 Reasons CHRO’s Need To Embrace Social

As a CHRO, you should know about social platforms. In reality, you do not need to be an expert, you just need to become and advocate and champion.

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Square Pegs: Keeping Good People At Your Company

Replacing an experienced worker at any age can cost 50 percent or more of the individual’s annual salary in turnover-related costs, with increased costs for jobs requiring specialized skills, advanced training or extensive experience.

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Respect is the Key

What is the key to success?
What motivates employees to come to work and really give it their all?
What is the one thing that managers can give that has no cost but is worth more than anything?
What is the one thing that when missing will cause employees to leave your company?

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Crush Inconsistency In The Workplace in 4 Easy Steps

An arbitrary approach to work leads to chaos and ultimately failure to reach business goals.

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HR Does Not Own Talent

HR does not own talent. HR only owns HR talent. Leaders need to understand that they own the care, feeding, incenting, and development of talent.

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HR Happy Hour: The 8 Man Rotation

Check out the newest HR Happy Hour show- all about sports and business.

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