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3 Things That Are Absolutely Necessary For Effective HR Management

In our daily work lives the HR community has many responsibilities to shoulder. Training, recruiting, payroll management, handling administration, communication, counselling, employee engagement and the list is never-ending. 337 more words

Annie (and Arnie): GET YOUR GUN!

I hope that everyone had a fantastic holiday season and are ready to move forward toward a tremendous 2016!

As you may already know, the Texas Open Carry laws went into effect January 1, 2016. 530 more words

Promoted to Failure

Another update from the Jungle….

Julia, the HR manager, is watching her company’s diversity and inclusion program go hideously wrong. Julia pushed every level of management all the way to the C-suite, urging them to broaden the pool of employees eligible for promotion to management. 446 more words


What Are We Thankful For?

Another update from the Jungle….
Nicole, the HR manager, had a scary Halloween with underclad co-workers and a wild Veteran’s Day that ended with claims of discrimination. 446 more words


Happy Veteran’s Day!

Another update from the Jungle….

Nicole, the HR manager, is planning another morale boosting event. Her first effort was the Halloween party a couple weeks ago which ended on a sour note when some of the costumes exceeded her expectations and the president’s tolerance. 435 more words


Proposed FLSA Regulations: What They Mean for Employers

By Tusa McNary, HR Consultant

HRO Partners


On June 30, 2015, the United States Department of Labor, Wage & Hour Division released to the public proposed regulations for the revision of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).   962 more words


From the Field to the Boardroom: What Sports Science Can Teach Us (CoreNet Summit LA, Oct 19)

I’m really excited to be speaking at the CoreNet Summit in Los Angeles on October 19 (2:30pm if you are there!) about sports, sport science and it’s impact on human performance.  240 more words