The Importance of HR for Small Businesses

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Starting a new venture is always exciting—you get to dip your toes into something fresh and decide what direction you’ll take to complete the endeavor. When starting your own business, however, multiple aspects must be considered—the culture, mission, values, employee … Read More

A Period of Reengineering Your Company

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We have all been touched in some way by the economic downturn in our region, professionally and personally.  Many have felt the cold hand of fate grabbing at our dreams and plans for our future/ business and personal goals.  Companies … Read More

The High and Profitable Cost of Employee Training

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According to the American Society of Training and Development, organizations spent $156.2 billion on learning and development in 2011. This statistic clearly indicates that employee training can drastically impact a company’s success among other factors. In this day and age … Read More

Getting Past the Peter Principle

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Our guest blogger is Tina R. Shaw. Tina is a Coach and Consultant specializing in leadership development, supporting change, and facilitating learning. Contact Tina at tina.r.shaw@gmail.com. Most of us have heard of the Peter Principle, but in case you haven’t, it is … Read More

The Manager’s Oath, Pt: 1

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DL9X07M31SQ Amelya Stevenson, SPHR-CA is the owner of e-VentExe, a full service human resource consulting company located in Northern California. Earlier this year, e-VentExe created their own document detailing what it takes to be a superstar manager. Here’s the official … Read More