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Public Relations Fundamentals
The rise of social media—including blogs, social networks, micromedia, and other channels—has made effectively communicating your story and message increasingly complex. Modern public relations...

Career Basics for New Employees

If you're in transition and prepared to go from having a job to loving your career, you need to be prepared before you sign on the dotted line. Learn the intricacies of employment from labor...

Rewarding Employees
Have rewards become too routine at your workplace? Have they lost meaning? In this short course, join author Todd Dewett in discussing the three principles of effectively rewarding employees:...

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Enhance Employee Onboarding with Social Media

With social media permeating just about every aspect of our lives today, it is not surprising that social tools have a variety of applications in onboarding programs as well.

10 Great Ways to Recognize Employees – For Free!

Recognition makes us feel good. While not everyone likes to be acknowledged in the same way, appreciation from others is a key driver of continued success and growth (in fact, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs places belonging, esteem, and self-actualization at the top of the pyramid).

The Evolution of HR

HR is at a crossroads. For many years now the profession has existed with a fundamental dichotomy between employee advocate (functioning as a fair/impartial third-party ombudsman) vs. business leader (serving the needs of the company and executing initiatives such as RIFs or outplacements that seem to clash directly with the employee advocacy role).