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Top 10 Blog Posts: Workplace Training Edition

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Despite the unprecedented instability HR leaders experienced in 2021, we hope you’re able to step into the new year feeling refreshed (and relaxed!). Many of the issues that were top of mind in 2021 will continue to be a focus in 2022. Learn More.

The Ultimate Guide for Creating An Employee Handbook (Including 15 Must-Haves)

Netchex HR Blog

If not, then you really should create one—no matter the size or industry of your company. A well-written company handbook gets your whole workforce on the same page. Inspire new hires and tenured employees alike to help fulfill the company mission and goals.


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How on Earth Is HR Supposed to Prepare for 2021? (3 Tips)

Digital HR Tech

Neelie: Perhaps how in the ^*!&#$ &#$ HR is supposed to prepare for 2021? HR people have to plan – we have cyclical things we plan for. When someone walks out the door and doesn’t return, we don’t skip a beat in posting a job description.

How on Earth Is HR Supposed to Prepare for 2021? (3 Tips)

Evil HR Lady

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How To Write And Update Your Employee Handbook For 2021


Employee Handbooks in 2021: The Definitive Guide. Many business owners overlook the importance of a well-written employee handbook. Make training and enforcement easier. The Challenge of Keeping Handbooks Up-To-Date. Terms of employment. Dress code.

Why don’t some employees trust HR?


As an HR manager for a successful business, it can feel overwhelming to be responsible for the well-being and performance of an entire organization. Sometimes, having to focus on everyone else can blind HR team members to their own mistakes or apathy. Both are dangerous to the company; they can cause widespread discontent as well as the loss of valuable employees. They also must derive actionable takeaways from what is learned.

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Develop a plan to address negative publicity

Business Management Daily

Employment law violations can result in lawsuits, but that isn’t the only kind of negative fallout. Employers increasingly find themselves in the crosshairs of advocacy groups and media outlets eager to expose perceived wrongdoing. Negative company publicity plan.

Employer’s guide to setting company policies

Business Management Daily

Even the most mundane policies can cause confusion or misunderstandings if they are not made readily available to employees in a clear format. By having clearly laid out policies, you can stave off some potential future problems. Employee code of conduct. Time off.

How Cynthia Marshall Transformed the Dallas Mavericks’ Toxic Culture in 100 Days

Linkedin Talent Blog

Less than a year into her retirement from being the SVP of HR at AT&T, Cynthia Marshall ’s phone began to ring. Her husband held out the phone and told her it was Mark Cuban asking for her. If you’re wondering the same question, Mark Cuban is the owner of the NBA team the Dallas Mavericks (though you might also know him from Shark Tank). The Mavs completed that plan in August — setting a new standard for NBA teams in the process.

Without Retention, Diversity Efforts Fall Short


Building diversity in the workplace is an initiative HR leaders cannot afford to miss. Therefore, many technology companies are directing large sums of money to increase internal diversity metrics and cultivate a broader pipeline of minority candidates. Yet, anecdotes abound of poor treatment and discrimination in the tech industry due to race, gender, sexual orientation, and more. It is possible the competitive job market is to blame.

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: The Benefits & Why it Matters


Diversity and inclusion, which are the real grounds for creativity, must remain at the center of what we do. Even if our roles or job descriptions are technically the same on paper, no two people will ever perceive them in the same way.