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12 Dec, 2018 | Benz Communications |
Health & Financial Wellness
Have you ever noticed how Amazon sends you an email for something, you click, and then 10 minutes later you’re looking for one more item—just so you can get free shipping? What the heck just happened?! Amazon and companies like it have huge teams of marketing experts who know how to drive your ...
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12 Dec, 2018 | Forbes |
Communication Best Practices
High levels of employee engagement can have an extremely positive impact on a work environment. Productivity rises, communication flows more openly and projects move from idea to actuation faster. However, whether from dissatisfaction with work or disruptive events in their personal lives, ...
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10 Dec, 2018 | People HR |
Tools & Apps
In November 1888, Willard Le Grand Bundy invented a device that changed the world: The mechanical clock in out machine for workers. The machine was big and heavy, and each worker had their own unique key to punch their time in and out.
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14 Dec, 2018 | US Government Accountability Office |
Recruitment & Retention
The Army, Navy, and Air Force have implemented common standards for how they determine necessary staffing levels at their health clinics for a number of medical specialties—but haven’t done so for their dental clinics. As a result, DOD dental clinics may not be staffed as efficiently as possible to ...
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14 Dec, 2018 | HR Examiner |
I am not a psychologist or psychiatrist, but I have stayed at many Holiday Inns in my time. That, and a bit of my own historical references allow me to have the following opinion. My premise is this: the HR/Employee relationship is dysfunctional and almost surely codependent.
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