Energy Innovation and Use: Exclusive Event

Dear colleagues and friends, On Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 we are hosting Vaclav Smil, C.M., FRSC, at McGill University’s Moyse Hall for a large public seminar: “Energy Revolution? More Like a Crawl”. Attached you will find the poster for the event with a description of the talk. Please RSVP by August 30th by emailing engineering.alumni@mcgill.ca. […]

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#SHRM15 Must Attend Sessions for HR Executives

I’m pumped to blog for #SHRM here at #SHRM15 in the hot hot locale of Las Vegas, NV. SHRM Annual conference offers something for EVERYONE and every level of HR professional. For those of us who are the HR leader at our respective organizations, here are the sessions that I think are must-see’s during this […]

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Top 20 Human Resource Blogs

Thanks to Staff Squared for making Texas Strategic HR #14 of the Top HR blogs of 2015! It’s a list with many far more distinguished and prolific bloggers so I very much appreciate being on the list. Want to see the other bloggers on their list? Go here to see the rest!

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How To Manage Underperformance

Special thanks to Grapevine Evaluations for providing this content! A business comprised of cheerful, motivated employees runs like a well-oiled machine. Unfortunately, as attractive a goal as this may be, it is rarely the case; businesses are collections of real people with real lives and issues. At some point, some of these workers will be […]

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5 Types of Toxic Employees and How to Deal with Them [Infographic]

Guest post by: Reuben Yonatan Founder and CEO of GetVoIP. Reuben’s writings blend commentary, research, and perspective on cloud computing, digital media, software trends, business strategies, and enterprise solutions.   One bad apple is all it takes. A toxic employee is an enormous liability for your company. Expensive, demoralizing, and infuriating, they can bring teamwork […]

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Start the New Year Right: Workplace Wellness

From lifestyle coaching to weight loss programs, 62 percent of organizations offer wellness programs, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) 2014 Employee Benefits Survey. By preventing or lessening employee health conditions, organizations hope to save on long-term health care costs. However, employers and HR professionals may find it difficult to evaluate the […]

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