Tag Archive: HR Fishbowl

Hey, HR, are you Tired of Slumming it?

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How many of you HR pros out there have been geographically relegated to a dark corner somewhere in the office?  For years and years the traditional notion was that given the sensitivity of matters managed on a daily basis, HR needed to be private.  Well 'private' has unfortunately become 'segregated.'  We've heard that "we need ...

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Time to Share the Love (Better)

I've really enjoyed the last four months of blogging.  I love to write and it's been a real catharsis for me during what has been a challenging time.  As most of you know, I actually have a full-time job as an executive with a mid-sized public ...

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Want to teach your daughter a REAL lesson? Sell their Girl Scout Cookies!

It's Girl Scout Cookie time again. Not only are those cookies worthy of a good glutinous binge, but who can resist that timid knock of that neighborhood girl practicing the fine art of door-to-door sales? It's also a great way for children to get first-hand ...

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There's a Fly in my Fishbowl…

Since my first tweet, I have been intrigued by what others say about HR.  It's not often we take a hard look at what our clients think about us and Twitter gives us an abridged peek into the minds of others.  And it's more raw than ...

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A Call to Maladjustment…

On 1/18/2010, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Bethel College in Kansas played for the first time a recording of a speech Dr. King made on its campus.  It is the only known recording of this speech and they were lucky enough to track down ...

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