Tag archive for SHRM

#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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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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7 Things To Do When You Get Home From A Conference

Regardless if you attend a conference as part of a group or if you’re there on your own, the importance is what you do with the information you learned and how you apply it all when you get back to the day-to-day grind.

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SHRM12 Memories

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Monday Cornucopia: Reading for Your Week

Various posts.

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What To Do: The Conference Session You Want Is Full

Tips for SHRM 12

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The 10 Conference Commandments

There are many reasons professionals attend conferences. The reason with the most benefit is networking. By trying new ways to boost your networking skills and opportunities you will come home knowing you had a successful event!

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Recruiting Tactics: Would You Move For A Better Job?

According to the 2012 Workforce Mobility Survey, “Two factors are most likely to increase a candidate’s willingness to relocate- higher salary (reported by 82% of HR professionals) and career advancement (reported by 79%). Three factors are most likely to limit or restrict willingness to relocate: spousal employment situation (80%), children’s plans/ schools (72%), and selling a home/ mortgage (69%).

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