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Keeping up morale in a down economy

Keeping up morale in a down economy

Times of economic instability bring added threats to workplace morale. Competing for…

February 27, 2012

TREAT OUTPLACEMENT AS A BENEFIT (NOT A SECRET)

TREAT OUTPLACEMENT AS A BENEFIT (NOT A SECRET)

These days, a career might last a lifetime, but individual jobs do not.That’s why…

February 14, 2012

TIPS FOR HR: HANDLING EMPLOYEE CRISES

TIPS FOR HR: HANDLING EMPLOYEE CRISES

One of the most difficult situations for an HR manager is when an employee says he…

December 28, 2011

Four ways to avoid overspending on severance pay

Four ways to avoid overspending on severance pay

Managers planning a reduction in force often face a stressful, even emotional,…

December 20, 2011

The five biggest mistakes HR makes during an acquisition – and how to avoid them

The five biggest mistakes HR makes during an acquisition – and how to avoid them

Mergers and acquisitions make for some of the most challenging times in the life a…

November 28, 2011

How to make a good last impression: four layoff tips for managers

How to make a good last impression: four layoff tips for managers

It’s the worst part of a Human Resources manager’s job: laying off employees. But…

November 04, 2011

Building staff confidence after a layoff

Building staff confidence after a layoff

After a company downsizes the remaining employees can experience a range of emotions…

October 27, 2011

More Companies Becoming Flexible with Their Work Hours

More Companies Becoming Flexible with Their Work Hours

Despite a national unemployment rate that hovers around 9.1 percent, millions and…

October 24, 2011

The hidden costs of layoffs (and how to avoid them)

The hidden costs of layoffs (and how to avoid them)

When a company conducts mass layoffs, or even smaller-scale cutbacks, the objective…

October 19, 2011


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