Tag Archive: Heather Vogel

Apr 23

Well, what is it? Orientation or Onboarding?

We’ve been talking a lot about employee engagement here at work as we start planning our strategic HR goals for the year. As with many retail organizations, we’d like to get some traction with our voluntary turnover and have been discussing ways in which to do so. Among the wide variety of ideas tossed around, …

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Oct 30

Time Flies

time flies

Forgive me HR Floridians, for I have sinned. It has been I don’t know how many days since my last blog post as Immediate Past President. Boy, time flies does it not? I thought my life would slow down a bit after my term as president was complete, but that is nothing further than the …

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Mar 27

Feed the Need

As an HR professional who’s been around the track a bazillion times when it comes to training, I often see managers and trainers themselves who think that training adults is as easy as giving them a book and telling them to read it – or worse – giving them a PowerPoint and then READING THAT …

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May 14

Kids Across Florida Are Going Hungry

Kids Against Hunger

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then just feed one.” – Mother Teresa In many ways, Florida is the land of plenty – plenty of sunshine, plenty of beaches, plenty of entertainment, plenty of tourists, plenty of snowbirds and plenty of wealth. But, we also have plenty of hungry and plenty without nutritious food. …

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Feb 06

Women’s Worst Fear

Heather Vogel

I recently read an article from Barbara Hanna Grufferman, author of The Best of Everything After 50 and it got me thinking.  The post had to do with what women over the age of 50 are fear most and why.  Kind of hit home for me.  And no, not the ‘50’ part.  The ‘fear most’ …

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