Author: Jessica Miller-Merrell

How to Conduct a Successful Performance Review

Whether it’s a small or large one, companies of every size will be doing a great disservice if they skip the annual…

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7 Must-Ask Exit Interview Questions

One of the best ways to get honest feedback is to ask employees who no longer rely on you for their livelihood….

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Benefits of Workplace Transparency

When an organization is more transparent with their employees they tend to be more successful. This type of environment leaves employees feeling valued….

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5 Best Practices for Your 2015 Strategic HR Plan

As we make our way into 2015, as HR practitioners, there are many different things we need to be aware of throughout…

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Organizational Culture: The Key to Competitive Hiring

My years in the HR industry have taught me a lot. It’s a given that being so immersed in the business has…

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What Recruiters Can Learn from Marketers

Human resources has always been my thing but launching and growing my website, Blogging4Jobs, has also taught me a lot about employer…

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How to Fix the Culture Problem

As great as it is to talk about your company’s culture and to hope to improve it, it can be tricky to…

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4 Ways to Maintain Your Employer Brand

One of the most important aspects of your job as a human resources professional is one that is often overlooked. You oversee…

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Creating A Workplace that Encourages Employee Engagement

Though there’s plenty of talk about employee engagement, the majority of what you hear is about how to handle it on the…

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How to Identify Employee Turnover Issues

If you’re anything like more than half of companies, the issue of employee turnover keeps you up at night. And if you…

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How to Increase Employee Engagement

If your company is anything like the average organization, about 13 percent of your employees are engaged. That number comes from a…

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4 More Ways to Increase Employee Retention

Some say that the general rule of thumb for anticipating the cost of hiring a new employee is to multiply the employee’s…

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