Tag Archive: guest blogger

Jul 30

The Gift of Information

Trish McFarlane

“The value of a man resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of receiving.”  – Albert Einstein  “Appreciation is an excellent thing.  It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.”  – Voltaire Conference attendance has many dimensions of meanings.  For some, it is a way to escape …

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Jul 10

Does your SHRM Chapter Board need a reality check?

Reality Check

Does your HR Chapter need a mid-year reality check? It’s July 4th and as I write this, I cannot believe that 6 months have gone by. Having been involved with the local , Florida, SHRM chapters for several years now, I am quite certain that each and every SHRM volunteer leader is feeling the pressure; …

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Apr 16

Inclusion is…

Joe Gerstandt

I work to bring a greater clarity to diversity and inclusion work. Being sloppy and careless with our language easily and often undermines the outcomes that we work toward. You can come to use whatever definitions you like, I just hope to inform and inspire that process. If we build a solid and broad foundation …

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Mar 19

The Grasshopper Becomes the Teacher

Lisa Rosendahl

Words with Friends is my new distraction. The first few games, I looked for high-quality words but my words were quickly followed by words like mu and sorb. What the heck? I’d like to say it was the word nerd in me that asked the question but it really was the competitor in me because these tiny little words …

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Jan 24

Video vs. Phone Interviewing

Phone vs Video Interviewing

Since I get to do a little recruiting in between my full load of HR duties, I sometimes read the email newsletters from Recruiter.com as they come out, and I saw an infographic that made me laugh recently. It was comparing the costs of phone and video interviews. Check it out. Apparently video interviews are …

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