[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.
A Young Professionals Guide to Helping Your Boss w/ Employee Recognition
Retention is another big HR word, you read about it in a lot of blog post, so of course, you're going to read it in mine 🙂 As the #HRNewbie in the office setting, you get to see the company through a fresh pair of eyes. I've said before, don't go into a company and… Continue reading A Young Professionals Guide to Helping Your Boss w/ Employee Recognition
A Young Professionals Guide to Leading Your Boss – New Series
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
A Year of Work Deserves A Moment of Thanks
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
3 Business Casual Tips for a Young Professional
Let’s start by understanding that business causal has changed over the years, but I don’t think it has ever reached the point where t-shirt and jeans are acceptable. In this post, I’m going to give you a few pointers on what business casual should mean to a young professional. When you’re prepared for success, success… Continue reading 3 Business Casual Tips for a Young Professional
Things You Might Not Learn In College
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
Convincing Your Boss .. Conference Season
Well, let's be upfront, this isn't how to get your boss to give you a raise. The end of the year is coming faster than I can even believe. Certain plans are getting wrapped up and budgets for next year are being created. Now is the time to get your goals into the company for… Continue reading Convincing Your Boss .. Conference Season
#HR, Will You Take the Challenge?
Hi HR friends, this one might be a little rambled. We find out a lot about our employees ... a lot. We give advice, we hand out solutions left and right. Our employees come to us with very real problems and they're depending on us. We have to keep up with the paperwork. We need… Continue reading #HR, Will You Take the Challenge?
HR Blacklist – Lessons from A Show
Ok, first question, are HRPros actually willing to throw coffee at someone if there is no possible way to make another cup? I've been binge watching Blacklist lately, great show you should check it out, so of course, I had to write a blog about HR and the show! I'm sure there are a lot of… Continue reading HR Blacklist – Lessons from A Show
Holding Management Accountable … At least for Paperwork
Wow, this is the 50th Blog Post for HRJazzy ... Dance! In HR we talk a lot about getting the "buy in" from leadership, it's in almost every discussion, just like getting a seat at the table. I've been talking to one of my HR friends and he's been discussing the problem of holding management… Continue reading Holding Management Accountable … At least for Paperwork
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