We want to know what you think of Women of HR. That’s right, tell us, lay it on the line – the good, the bad and the ugly. One click, 10 questions. So easy. So valuable.
As both an advocate and recovering addict of the social media space, I know all too well how much time can be spent and the cost it can carry. Embrace time off. Spend some with the ones you love.
I want more of the success, confidence, or work arrangements of others because it reflects possibility and is of value to me and not because of a misguided young adult matter of justice.
Does talking about sports at work, or in a business context, exclude women from key opportunities or decisions as much as it did in the past? Or should we just embrace scrapbooking as the next great workplace analogy?
I’m a Human Resources Director and I have a seat at the table. Every word I say at that table represents more than just me.The job isn’t for everyone.
A job loss, no matter how or why it happened, is emotional. In addition to the loss of income, the kick to a person’s confidence can leave a job seeker feeling vulnerable and susceptible to bad advice – and that scares me.