Can you gain insight into the past and future of HR in a book that takes a 1/2 hour to read? The answer is yes. The book is "I Am HR" by Laurie Ruettimann." In it she gives us a brief (thankfully) overview of HR's negative reputation and quickly moves into the future of … [Read more...] about I AM HR – Book Review
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SHRM and HRCI once buddies in the HR certification world are getting divorced. Something tells me we won’t see HRCI leadership out to dinner with SHRM leadership calmly discussing who gets the china. With conference invitations revoked and he said/she said rampant, I have to … [Read more...] about SHRM and HRCI Get Divorced and It’s Ugly
For the past few months I’ve been using a FitBit, to help me reach my daily fitness goals (10,0000 steps a day). I’d like to say that I hit that goal everyday but that’s not true. More often than not, my Fitbit gently reminds me that I did not reach daily goal but I keep … [Read more...] about My Fitbit. Your Office. Why You Should Care.
Whether you have entered the world of HR deliberately or by happenstance HR is a great place to be: Few jobs will give you the opportunity to learn about the different aspects of your company and how they work together. Few jobs will give you as much exposure to senior leaders in … [Read more...] about What is the Best Advice For a New HR Pro?
When I’m “off the clock” so to speak, I am pretty choosy about how I spend my time. After eating, sleeping, commuting and working I have maybe six hours left to cram in the following: exercise, blogging, hobbies, spending time with loved ones and some brain-less … [Read more...] about Blogging with Friends