So, let's talk for a bit. I work with a lot of young professionals I'm not trying to point us out, because we definitely don't need another article saying how horrible we are, but I am seeing a problem occurring more frequently in the workplace. There plenty of reasons to leave a job. You've outgrown… Continue reading 3 Reasons Leaving Without Proper Notice Can Hurt You
Young Professionals are making some great changes in this world, hey I don't care if you're upset that we are killing the housing market. Our efforts to make a better workplace comes with teaching our bosses new ways to do things and learning why some of the old ways still work best. In this new… Continue reading A Young Professionals Guide to Leading Your Boss – New Series
Hello, 2018! Have you all made your 2018 goals? I finally finished my 2018 vision board and I'm excited about everything I want to achieve this year. While I'm extremely focused on making my company better and having a better connection with the team members, there also a lot of things I want to achieve that… Continue reading It’s 2018: Don’t Allow Your Motivation to Only Exist During Office Hours
I'm sure you've heard a great number of reviews about this book, HROnPurpose by Steve Browne (@sbrownehr). I decided to make this my first book to read for the HRBook Review Spot on my blog. I'd started a few months ago when I originally got the book at SHRM17, but life got in the way… Continue reading 5 Reasons HR Must Read HROnPurpose By Steve Browne in 2018
The end of the year is near, only 13 days away! You've worked hard to land the job, internship, network, reach a goal, gain a certification, & for some, simply make it day by day. In your career journey, I'm sure there have been a few people who've helped you along the way. A coworker,… Continue reading A Year of Work Deserves A Moment of Thanks
It's the holiday season and you need some extra cash in your pocket. In today's economy, it's very rare that you find someone who isn't working a side hustle. This can be a part-time job, writing a blog, speaking engagements, ad rating, editing, and more. Even if your side hustle doesn't directly affect your job, it could… Continue reading How to Tell Your Boss You Have a Side Hustle
HR has been receiving a lot of criticism, backlashing, answers of what we should be doing, and some of it is rightly so. The changes HR have gone through and are currently still going through has been beneficial to ourselves, our companies, and most importantly our employees, and for these things alone, we should be… Continue reading HR Get Excited!
We have a lot of information at our hands on a daily basis and it's not just the employee records. Companies have trade secrets that only a few people are allowed to know, they have financial records that are private, money rules that we follow and so much more. It is important when you're coming… Continue reading 3 Pieces of Sensitive Information – How Are You Keeping the Records HR?
From my blog to you, Happy Friendsgiving! I've received a lot of support, not only in the blog world, but from people who are HR Professionals, striving to become HR Professionals, Lawyers, and business professionals from all over. I am very thankful to everyone who has taken the time to answer a question, read the… Continue reading Thanksgiving Joy from HRJazzy
Well, at least about HR. College is all about the years you have fun and learn just enough to land a job. The problem is, just enough, isn't the best information. There a lot of Young Professionals in every profession who have to learn as they go, about way too many basic functions of our field.… Continue reading Things You Might Not Learn In College