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THREE MISTAKES EMPLOYERS MAKE WHEN FIRING A WORKER

HRD Canada Magazine | May 23, 2018

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Firing an employee is never an enjoyable conversation, even if the termination is the best outcome for both parties. With many HR leaders focusing on how to retain the talent they have, sometimes they can overlook best practice when it comes to letting employees go. So, what are the biggest mistakes made by leaders during the termination process? We spoke to Jacqueline English, HR practitioner, and consultant, who gave us her top three ways you’re slipping up. The first mistake happens bef...

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HOW TO LINK HR STRATEGY TO BUSINESS STRATEGY

HRD Canada Magazine | May 23, 2018

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We’ve entered a new age of HR. One that requires a deeper understanding of business metrics, analysis, and statistics – skills that some HR professionals might not be all too familiar with. So, in this emerging world of numbers, how do HR leaders stand their ground and connect with their data-driven leaders? We spoke to Jim Harrison, international consultant, and strategic facilitator, who will be leading the course ‘Linking HR Strategy to Business Strategy’ in conjunctio...

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CORPORATE RECRUITERS SCORE HIGHEST IN JOB SATISFACTION, GLASSDOOR REPORTS

Glassdoor | January 15, 2020

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Corporate recruiters have the highest job satisfaction of any other position on Glassdoor's list of 50 Best Jobs in America for 2020. The rankings are based on a combination of satisfaction, available opportunities and salary. Based on Glassdoor data, corporate recruiters make a median base salary of $65,607; that, combined with openings and satisfaction put the job in the list's No. 37 spot. HR managers ranked higher overall, earning the No. 12 spot with a salary of $83,190 and more job...

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LINKEDIN: HOW SMALLER CITIES ELEVATE HIRING RATES AS ONE-INDUSTRY WONDERS

LinkedIn | January 14, 2020

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Various midsize metropolitan areas around the country sport hiring rates well above the national average due to a focus on "a single home-grown industry so robust it can be an enduring job magnet, all by itself," according to a Jan. 9 LinkedIn report. Healthcare dominates many, responsible for hiring growth in Kalamazoo, Michigan; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Boston; Cincinnati, Ohio; and both Allentown and Erie, Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, Fayetteville, Arkansas, relies on retail for ...

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THREE MISTAKES EMPLOYERS MAKE WHEN FIRING A WORKER

HRD Canada Magazine | May 23, 2018

Firing an employee is never an enjoyable conversation, even if the termination is the best outcome for both parties. With many HR leaders focusing on how to retain the talent they have, sometimes they can overlook best practice when it comes to letting employees go. So, what are the biggest mistakes made by leaders during the termination process? We spoke to Jacqueline English, HR practitioner, and consultant, who gave us her top three ways you’re slipping up. The first mistake happens bef...

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HOW TO LINK HR STRATEGY TO BUSINESS STRATEGY

HRD Canada Magazine | May 23, 2018

We’ve entered a new age of HR. One that requires a deeper understanding of business metrics, analysis, and statistics – skills that some HR professionals might not be all too familiar with. So, in this emerging world of numbers, how do HR leaders stand their ground and connect with their data-driven leaders? We spoke to Jim Harrison, international consultant, and strategic facilitator, who will be leading the course ‘Linking HR Strategy to Business Strategy’ in conjunctio...

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CORPORATE RECRUITERS SCORE HIGHEST IN JOB SATISFACTION, GLASSDOOR REPORTS

Glassdoor | January 15, 2020

Corporate recruiters have the highest job satisfaction of any other position on Glassdoor's list of 50 Best Jobs in America for 2020. The rankings are based on a combination of satisfaction, available opportunities and salary. Based on Glassdoor data, corporate recruiters make a median base salary of $65,607; that, combined with openings and satisfaction put the job in the list's No. 37 spot. HR managers ranked higher overall, earning the No. 12 spot with a salary of $83,190 and more job...

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LINKEDIN: HOW SMALLER CITIES ELEVATE HIRING RATES AS ONE-INDUSTRY WONDERS

LinkedIn | January 14, 2020

Various midsize metropolitan areas around the country sport hiring rates well above the national average due to a focus on "a single home-grown industry so robust it can be an enduring job magnet, all by itself," according to a Jan. 9 LinkedIn report. Healthcare dominates many, responsible for hiring growth in Kalamazoo, Michigan; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Boston; Cincinnati, Ohio; and both Allentown and Erie, Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, Fayetteville, Arkansas, relies on retail for ...

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