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An Employee Lied about Their Credentials on Their Resume: What Should You Do?
An Employee Lied about Their Credentials on Their Resume: What Should You Do? As an HR professional, one of the most difficult challenges you may face is discovering that...
How to Boost the Effectiveness of Your Persuasive Workplace Communication
How to Boost the Effectiveness of Your Persuasive Workplace Communication Are persuasive communication skills a necessary success tool for managers, salespeople, and entrepreneurs? The answer is a resounding “Yes!”...
Soft Skill, Solid Foundation: How to Strengthen Communication for Organizational Success
Soft Skill, Solid Foundation: How to Strengthen Communication for Organizational Success It should be no surprise that 6.1 million job listings on the market today list communication as a...
The Pandemic Has Shifted Women’s Career Goals: 5 Tips to Support Them in the Workplace
The COVID-19 pandemic completely changed the world of work and the way people think about careers. Everything we knew was uprooted, upended, and no longer part of the...
What Does Gen Z Want in the Workplace?
How challenging will it be for employers to accommodate the job expectations of Generation Z? As a steady influx of recent college graduates continues to enter the job...
The Benefits of Neurodiversity in the Workplace
As we face job flux and a rapidly changing workforce, it is important that leaders think critically about what makes work environments healthy, functional, and attractive to key...
12 Stay Interview Questions to Ask to Prevent Employees from Leaving
Employee turnover is a natural part of business. As much as we wish great talent would stay forever, many eventually move on to pursue new opportunities. According to the...
Remote Work Discrimination and How HR Can Prevent It
A new legal precedent was established this past September which adds another layer of meaning to the concept of “reasonable accommodation.” It all began in March of 2020,...
Should We Train Introverts Differently?
Introverts are often misunderstood. Many people associate the term with shyness or social awkwardness, but introversion is more about where you get your energy from—and whether you prefer...
8 Common HR Stereotypes (and What HR Can Do About It)
Ask ten different people on the street–or in the office–about HR departments, and you’re likely to hear about ten different HR stereotypes. There are some things that people...
Exit Interview Questions that Aren’t a Waste of Time
Generations ago, it was much more common for people to spend their entire working career with one company. They would apply for an entry-level position, work their way...