Welcome to BlogNotions' HR Blog

BlogNotions HR Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by human resources and employment thought leaders. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on topics like best practices for motivating employees, legal developments that affect how to do business, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Five Ways HR Can Leverage Coaching in the Organization

By Glenn Laumeister You’re an HR leader and you want to improve your organizational performance, create happier and more engaged employees, reduce turnover, or just figure out how to get more done in your company without stressing everyone out. Consider these five points when thinking about how a coach can help: 1. Coaches provide specialized […]

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Guide To Mastering The Customer Brand Experience

We shouldn’t even think of the term “customer service” as being about something that is valuable to customers. In fact, customer service is worth next to nothing. The reasons are simple. We live in a service-focused age, and the people who buy from you know they’re customers. So the term “customer service” does not describe […]

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Why You Can’t Afford Not to Hire College Graduates

By Krista Williams I have been working with college students … well, since I was in college. In most, if not all, of my positions I have had the fortune of working with interns, new graduates, placement offices, faculty, and students. My support has not only been to assist in job placement but also to […]

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Is Your Workplace Prepared for a Sharknado?

Federal rules require employers to ensure that employees know what to do in an emergency such as fires, hazardous spills, power outages, and other workplace threats, including severe weather. However, your workers may be buzzing about something you may never have considered—a sharknado! Remember, decisions on emergency procedures should be made in advance and clearly […]

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Nine Rules for Successful Personal Change

In several  of her astute blogs, Rosabeth Kanter of Harvard Business School, writes about change and emphasizes the difficulties of what she labels the “miserable middle.”  Put it this way, it isn’t change that does you in, it’s the transition from where you are to where you want to get to.  My clients have spoken to me […]

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Differentiating A Pharmaceutical Commodity

Branding Strategy Insider helps marketing oriented leaders and professionals like you build strong brands. BSI readers know, we regularly answer questions from marketers everywhere. Today we hear from Anna, a Product Manager in Stockholm, Sweden who writes… “I have recently become the product manager of a pharmaceutical product. This product is 1 out of 8 […]

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Avoiding the 10 Most Costly Management Mistakes

That’s essentially the opening statement that attorney Aaron Zandy SPHR, makes at the beginning of every trial. But, he says, “sometimes it’s easier than others.” Jurors are never on the side of the employers, says Zandy, who is with the FordHarrison law firm in its Orlando office. However, jurors have no problem siding with you […]

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My Name Is Sam Sung; I Work for Apple

It may seem like a joke, but believe it or not Apple® hired a man named Sam Sung. It’s no secret that Apple and Samsung (the company) are bitter enemies; they’ve been fighting over copyrighted designs for the last 3 years.  But ironically, Sam Sung is the one getting the last laugh. Sung, a former […]

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