Tag Archives: human resources

First Impressions

Imagine that you’ve been searching for a long time for a new job. While you’ve been hunting for weeks, your bills have been piling up, and you’ve been working hours on end doing nothing but filing resumes and networking, but … Continue reading

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Fishing in HR and Business

I saw an article in the news yesterday that made me start thinking about some of the concepts in psychology that influence my behavior that I take for granted. I take them for granted because I know about them and … Continue reading

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Our Greatest Asset…Really?

“Our employees are our most important asset.” Everyone, at some point in their careers, has heard some advanced representative of a company they’ve worked for utter these words. And, if you’re like most employees at most companies, you’ve groaned inwardly. … Continue reading

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