Injuries in the workplace can be easy as a small cut or as tough as an employee falling out. Depending on your organization, there are a number of possible work injuries. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "In 2016, there were approximately 2.9 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported by private industry employers"… Continue reading Workplace Injuries – 3 Tips for HR
HR Carnival – Expanding Your Knowledge
Welcome to HRJazzy.Blog and the HRCarnival! Here are your tickets to enter the carnival, I hope you have a great time ... I'm so excited to host the HR Carnival this month with the theme of Expanding Your Knowledge, a play off the SHRM18 Conference in Chicago - Expanding Your World. This month, I want to… Continue reading HR Carnival – Expanding Your Knowledge
#SHRM18 – Inspiration is All Around You
Heading to SHRM18 I was nervous for multiple reasons. This would be my second year attending, but my first year on the SHRM Blog Squad. I worried I wouldn't be able to keep up with the rest of the crew, Mary Faulkner and Kristina Minyard type REALLY fast. I remember seeing them at SHRM17, it… Continue reading #SHRM18 – Inspiration is All Around You
Hey HRNewbies, it's been a while since I've addressed a topic for you specifically, but I've had this on my mind a lot lately and feel that it needs to be discussed. A few people have been reaching out regarding questions of what they should do next in the steps to becoming an HR Professional… Continue reading Experience Matters
#SHRM18 Vendor Special – Christina Danforth and The HR Jetpack Crew
This is my very first Vendor post for #SHRM18! I am so excited about this one, Christina and The HR JetPack Crew do amazing things. First off, if you're not following The HR JetPack on their social media accounts and you're in HR, especially trying to obtain a certification, you're missing out! Check out the… Continue reading #SHRM18 Vendor Special – Christina Danforth and The HR Jetpack Crew
The Unpopular Opinion of a Black Woman
Diversity and Inclusion ... what exactly is it? Diversity - "Diversity is any dimension that can be used to differentiate groups and people from one another. In a nutshell, it’s about empowering people by respecting and appreciating what makes them different, in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, education, and national origin"… Continue reading The Unpopular Opinion of a Black Woman
#SHRM18 Q&A With Speaker Geoffrey Scheer – Respect In the Workplace
Respect In the Workplace – Being vocal on this workplace topic shouldn't be left up to HR, but we should start the conversation and keep it going, especially in this current political climate of the world. Geoffrey is bringing something different to SHRM presentations by having a theater-based session, and it’s one I’m very excited… Continue reading #SHRM18 Q&A With Speaker Geoffrey Scheer – Respect In the Workplace
HRNewbies – An Experience of a Lifetime!
I'm not sure if my HRJazzy Readers have heard or not, but, little ole me will be co-hosting this Wednesdays #SHRMNextchat on Twitter with the new SHRM CEO and President Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. Check out all the details here and hopefully, you can join in! HRNewbies is a strong passion of mine because I'm… Continue reading HRNewbies – An Experience of a Lifetime!
Catching Up With HRJazzy
Hey all! It's time for a check-in, I haven't been blogging as much because I was finishing up my final course and preparing for a move! But, thankfully, that didn't stop you from checking out the HRJazzy Blog and a few projects I was able to get to. So, what has been going on?? School!… Continue reading Catching Up With HRJazzy
Following Up with An HR Newbie Officially in Training!! [Internships] Guest Post by Alfred Russell, Jr.
[HRJazzy wrote a blog post a few months ago introducing two great guys who were looking to get into the HR world, read it here > The Break In – Welcoming New HR Young Professionals. Well, I now have an update on one of them and I asked him to write his experience in his own… Continue reading Following Up with An HR Newbie Officially in Training!! [Internships] Guest Post by Alfred Russell, Jr.
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