Category Archives: Global

Packing Heat for that Business Trip

I've been working on updating an international travel protocol. One would think this is pretty simple: get a passport, buy a ticket, hop a big 'ole jet airliner, and go. I've been on the receiving end of these protocols - spent two years in Belgium and a year ...

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What (the ‘f) were you thinking? A new calling for HR…

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As trusted colleague Mark Stelzner said, if you're going to earn a couple of new luxury vehicles for giving a speech you should at least spend 30 minutes tailoring it to your audience. We heard a lot of what we'd expect to hear from Al Gore this morning at the SHRM ...

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Announcing: Global Hooky Day, August 2, 2010

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At the rate my current job search is going, I'll probably have more days away from the office this summer than I care for. In my fond recollection of my employed years, however, it seems to me that right about the first of August a real funk sets in.  There hasn't been a paid holiday ...

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Using Global Subtleties in HR Practice

As I was on the elliptical this morning reading Astronomy magazine (for all of about 5 minutes before I had to switch to something my mind could really grasp - Star) it struck me - as it often does these days - how insignificant we all really ...

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