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  • 2014 HRMA Member Value Survey

    2014 HRMA Member Value Survey

    Each year the Association surveys our membership for feedback on programing and delivery. Here are the findings from the latest survey.

  • Research Briefing: Work/Life (Im)balance

    Research Briefing: Work/Life (Im)balance

    Does family life affect performance at work? HRMA’s latest Research Briefing discusses possible negative and positive effects as well as give suggestions for how employees and employers can prevent demanding aspects of family life from interfering with work.

  • Effective Communications and HR: Making the Connection

    Effective Communications and HR: Making the Connection

    What was once considered a tool in HR’s strategic leadership is now almost universally recognized as a strategic necessity: effective communications. At a time of high expectations and unprecedented changes in the workplace and workforce, communication is key to the success of all HR functions.

  • The Art of Persuasion

    The Art of Persuasion

    Whether or not you have “sales” in your job title, you are a salesperson. Even if you’re not selling a product or a service, you’re selling your ideas, your points of view, or even sometimes, yourself.

  • Mentors: Vital at All Points of Your Career

    Mentors: Vital at All Points of Your Career

    I mentor a number of people and have been doing so for most of my career. I have also been mentored over that same career journey and understand the value of having a good mentor in my life. Here are some benefits of having a mentor.

  • Professional Practice (more)

  • What HR Can Learn From Female Entrepreneurs

    As human resources professionals, we are designated advocates for both an organization and the people who work within it. We are also responsible for managing engagement and ensuring employee retention to the best of our ability. Might we look to

    September 11, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • 4 Tips to Improve Payroll Effectiveness

    Effective payroll processing isn’t just an essential business function. It also plays a key role in maintaining a high level of employee satisfaction. Employees depend on getting paid promptly and consistently with the correct amount. A payroll process that’s slow,

    September 9, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Other Recent Articles

  • Why Asking for Help Makes You a Stronger Leader

    The act of asking for support and openly receiving it is probably one of the hardest life skills to practice, yet it’s the skill that can make you a better human being and a stronger leader.

    September 18, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Are you Tracking Your Career?

    Athletes keep a training log because they want to improve. However, probably very few of us do any kind of career tracking.

    September 12, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • The Analytics of Recognition

    Recognition programs have been around forever. Sales managers like using prizes to motivate people, it feels right to give people a memento for long service, and restaurants see value in naming a good worker “employee of the month.” Most organizations view these programs the same way they view refreshing the office with new furniture; it is a nice thing to do, and companies believe it makes business sense. The payoff, however, is uncertain.

    September 3, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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