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You probably have back pain. I don’t know math, but it feels like 100% of the people who work in HR have back pain. What’s up with you people? (Yes,… Get the Rest
I'm about to visit Havana on a cultural exchange mission. America is sending over some of its best and brightest HR leaders to talk about staffing, workplace issues,
I pulled my husband’s favorite shirt out of the dryer, and it had a big hole in the armpit. I said, “Looks like this shirt needs to go into
I’m not a big fan of people who say yes to life. Those are the people who eventually throw themselves onto oncoming traffic because life said no to them. But
The world of HR blogging is messy, and the streets of the HR social world are littered with the decaying bodies of failed websites, broken media partnerships, and
About a year ago, a former HR colleague called me in a panic. She was asked to help design a new office layout. Nobody would have offices or
I was a John Edwards fan back in the day when he got fancy haircuts but wasn't known for cheating on his wife during her cancer treatments. Edwards believed
They say that HR and politics don’t mix. That might be true. Before I took my hiatus, a friend offered unsolicited feedback. The Presidential elections are heating up in
Earlier this year, I told you that a job in human resources gives you all kinds of flexibility and balance. Most of you thought I was a liar.
There is an alternate universe where human resources professionals are revered as workforce leaders. They are offered paid leave every seven years to learn more about their industry.