4 Essential New Hire Forms You Must Know

| July 3, 2019

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The hiring process is always joyous. It results in an excited applicant and an additional employee to help your company reach its goals. Plus, the human resources department earns props for a job well done planning the employee’s first month. For the hiring to be official, however, several important documents need to be completed and stored for safekeeping.

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Quality Care for Children

For over 30 years, Quality Care for Children has worked to ensure that Georgia’s infants and young children are nurtured and educated and, ultimately, find excitement and joy during a lifetime of growing and learning. Nancy Travis founded the agency as an office of Save the Children and served as the Executive Director from 1977 to 1994. In October 1998, Quality Care for Children became an independent non-profit community-based organization governed by its own local Board of Trustees. Quality Care for Children is the resource for parents, child care providers and community leaders in Georgia seeking information, assistance and support in securing high quality early learning experiences for infants and young children. We work with parents from across the state to assist them in finding child care. We ensure children statewide are fed nutritious meals through the child care food program. We work with child care providers to help them offer quality care child care.

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4 steps to a growth mindset for teams

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Having a growth mindset is a fundamental tool to navigating the pandemic. As organisations go through changes to how they operate including potentially letting employees go and restructuring, teams and individuals will need a growth mindset to settle into their new roles. For the sectors where COVID-19 has meant a rush in sales, their teams too will need a growth mindset as they learn how to manage new supply chains and fast-paced work in an uncertain climate. Carol Dweck, a leader educational psychologist, defines a growth mindset as a set of beliefs and attitudes which encourage people to seek out challenges and use failures as lessons to be learnt from. People with a growth mindset are open to change, an attribute which shouldn’t be undervalued during a pandemic.

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5 Traits That Make Your HR Business Partner Great!

Article | June 17, 2020

I use to think the title ‘HR Partner’ was played out and it probably was for a time. There was a point a few years ago when every HR Pro had to change their title from HR Manager, HR Director, etc., to HR Partner. It always made me feel like we were all apart of a bad cowboy movie, ‘Giddy up, Partner!’ I’ve actually grown to really like the “Partner” in the title of an HR Professional. While many HR Pros just changed their title, I’ve met some great ‘Partners’ in HR who have changed their game, to match their title change.q

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12 tips for managing your calendar like a pro

Article | August 3, 2020

Calendar management isn’t always as simple as filling in your appointments and making sure there are no overlaps. It’s also helpful to use certain tips and tricks to keep that calendar running smoothly, especially if you’re trying to juggle many aspects of your life and you know some unexpected changes might pop up along the way.

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How and Why Human Resource People Can and Should End Ageism

Article | May 27, 2021

It is hardly news to report that the American workplace is not friendly towards older people. For as long as it has existed, in fact, our corporate culture has been less than welcoming towards people of a certain age. Even in today’s litigious climate, where many lawyers are happy to take a case in which a company appears to have illegally discriminated against a person based on a physical attribute, blatant (although hardly ever mentioned or acknowledged) ageism is present in many, if not most, corporations. (Winning an age-based case is difficult for a variety of reasons.) It’s important to note that while Big Business is moving slow to end ageism in the workplace, if it is moving at all, small businesses, which fuel much economic growth in the United States, are more willing to employ older, experienced people, at least in leadership positions.

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Quality Care for Children

For over 30 years, Quality Care for Children has worked to ensure that Georgia’s infants and young children are nurtured and educated and, ultimately, find excitement and joy during a lifetime of growing and learning. Nancy Travis founded the agency as an office of Save the Children and served as the Executive Director from 1977 to 1994. In October 1998, Quality Care for Children became an independent non-profit community-based organization governed by its own local Board of Trustees. Quality Care for Children is the resource for parents, child care providers and community leaders in Georgia seeking information, assistance and support in securing high quality early learning experiences for infants and young children. We work with parents from across the state to assist them in finding child care. We ensure children statewide are fed nutritious meals through the child care food program. We work with child care providers to help them offer quality care child care.

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