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Hiring for HR Excellence

This is a fairly hot-button topic for me, especially considering my field of expertise. The author of this article is right, HR people used to just be the people who handled payroll or on-boarding, but now HR is becoming a … Continue reading

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Apples and Oranges

I’m beginning to like PersonnelToday.com more and more. I’d love to get a subscription to it, but it’s a little too costly for me to consider right now. I really like it, because of the number of really good and … Continue reading

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Wisdom from the Small Fish

I really like small town newspapers. The big ones, like the New York Times and WSJ, are good for keeping up with world and national news and topics, but the little ones almost always end up with some gem of … Continue reading

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