10 Financial Skills That Every Manager Needs

I ran across an article on the Association for Talent Development site titled “Financial Skills Every Manager Should Be Able to Navigate”. It’s a good read. Got me thinking…if I had to come up with a list of financial skills that every manager should know, what would they be? These are financial skills that managers…

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How to Find the Right Resume Writer – Ask #HR Bartender

A couple of weeks ago, I shared a reader note that dealt with two subjects: working as a temp and having your resume professionally prepared. Just in case you missed it, here’s the reader note again: I’m a struggling “wannabe HR professional”. By that I mean, my resume is all over the place. I’ve been…

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Technology Doesn’t Replace People – Friday Distraction

(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by our friends at Kronos, a leading provider of workforce management and human capital management cloud solutions. Kronos is hosting a free eSymposium for HR and payroll professionals next week. The event is also eligible for professional development credits. Check it out and enjoy today’s article!) You probably know…

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Microlearning: 5 Reasons Your Company Should Consider It

There are many different types of learning: social learning, mobile learning, and elearning are just a few. A relatively new type of learning that’s attracting attention is microlearning. Think of it as small learning units or bite sized pieces of content. We use microlearning on a regular basis – we just don’t call it microlearning….

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Employee Check-Ins: 6 Essential Components for Success

(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by our friends at Readex Research, which provides expert online and mail survey services to help businesses understand their internal and external customers. Their services include employee experience surveys. Enjoy the post!) Over the past few months, we’ve talked about the importance of “checking in” with new hires…

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