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HR Tips, Facts & Issues Blog
Posted by Jeannine Brown Miller on 1 July 2013 | 53 Comments
So often employers become frustrated because employees tend not to read what they send. Why do you think that is happening? Share you ideas...
Posted by Jeannine Brown Miller on 13 June 2013 | 4 Comments
Life can be very overwhelming at times. How do you handle struggles? What techniques do you use? Prayer, counseling, meditation? I think it's important to share different coping mechanisms so we can be our best inspite of it all!
Posted by Jeannine Brown Miller on 11 June 2013 | 0 Comments
Feeling like you could use an evening that will be uplifting? A discussion that will leave you feeling with a great deal of hope, peace and healing?
Posted by Jeannine Brown Miller on 11 June 2013 | 581 Comments
After 20+ years of practical experience as a leader and working with so many different industries, cultures, agencies, organizations and leaders, there are clearly some common threads that seem to create the most tension. This blog is a just a one stop spot to see if any of these issues are those that are affecting your workplace and then of course not without solutions!
Maybe you prefer to use a "do it yourself" approach to resolving workplace issues... www.hrwebsource.com has all of the tools, templates, samples, webinars to fully "educate" you on best practices in the following areas!
Can you relate to any of the above? I am guessing the answer is yes if you are like most others. So what do we do?
Posted by Jeannine Brown Miller on 23 April 2013 | 0 Comments
After over 25 years in the field of HR and Organization Development, I decided to create this website. This site contains all of my "intellectual property" that I use for my regular traditional consulting clients. I created this site because as an HR professional, a seasoned one at this point, I have yet to find a good, useful website that truly addresses the need to provide strong resources in a manner that are comprehensive and ready to customize as necessary.
Posted by Jeannine Brown Miller on 23 April 2013 | 59 Comments
We hear so much about leaders.. what type of personality is best, how does a leader improve? There is much to consider about taking on this vital role in any organization. If leaders are not effective, performance cannot be optimized. Everyone is talking about leadership these days but very few people take the time and make the committment to identify weaknesses and move to improve.
Posted by Jeannine Brown Miller on 27 February 2013 | 68 Comments
I’d like to believe that I’m a forward-thinker. In my world if we aren’t, the policies and resources we write and talk about are dated in a very fast time. So why am I talking about forward thinking? This blog is part of that now.
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