15 benefits presentation mistakes to avoid this enrollment season

Open enrollment season shines the spotlight on HR pro’s presentation skills. After all, it’s up to you to explain what your company’s benefits plan has to offer. Are you up to the task?  To...
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Top 5 HR Software – Get Free Custom Price Quotes

Finding the right software for your organization is essential to implementing and executing a transition from the old to the new, but your time is valuable and there are so many human resources (HR) software...
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Human Resources Kit For Dummies, 3rd Edition ebook (usually $22.99) FREE for a limited time!

Knowing how to set up and implement successful HR practices (not to mention navigating the legal minefields in today’s increasingly regulated environment) can be tricky. Human Resources Kit For Dummies...
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Here it comes: New domestic violence leave law hits the books

The National Football League’s recent problems with domestic violence have brought a lot of attention to the subject, and some legislators are taking advantage – pushing for more employee protections...
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Stop hunting for purple squirrels and start recruiting the best candidates

It seems everyone wants a purple squirrel these days – the candidate with precisely the right education, experience and qualifications to mirror the job description perfectly. It’s time to stop...
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‘Tis the season: Five steps to fight the flu

The summer may have just ended, but HR pros should begin prepping for an event that takes place each winter and, more often than not, inflicts a lot of damage on unprepared workplaces.   Of course, the...
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The importance of friendship & recognition in the workplace [Infographic]

Here’s a powerful statistic: Workers with lots of friends in the workplace are three times more likely to say they love their companies.  And you can add to that sentiment by including employees’...
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Ray Rice scandal: Can you legally fire a domestic abuser?

In the wake of the NFL’s Ray Rice scandal – and more recent domestic violence issues – a lot of employers are asking the same question: Can we fire an employee who’s committed domestic...
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Bullying’s a problem that cuts across all job and salary levels

Seems like bullying is an equal-opportunity torment.   Recent CareerBuilder research shows that 28% of workers have felt bullied at work — and nearly one in five (19%) left their jobs because...
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Top 10 Ways to Achieve a Successful Wellness Program

In the not too distant past, the term “wellness” began to make its way into the vernacular of workplaces everywhere. At first, its definition (and implementation) was narrow in scope, and revolved...
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