Monthly Archives: May 2008

Where Great Links Start #6

Time for another week of great HR-related links to some of the best blog posts from the past week. This week we’ll focus on articles related to management and superviors. Don’t forget to check back each week for new blog posts … Continue reading

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Organizations Providing Gas Relief to Employees

As fuel prices continue to climb, organizations in Northeast Ohio are providing aid to their employees. According to a recent survey released by ERC (Employers Resource Council) on practices organizations are utilizing to provide gas relief to their employees, the … Continue reading

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Internship Program 301: From Intern to Employee and Beyond

“We want interns to be future employees, and if we don’t hire the right culture now, we are not going to have it in six months,” says David Barnes, a Houston-based HR manager. According to Human Resource Executive, demographic signs are pointing to … Continue reading

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Where Great Links Start #5

Here is this week’s collection of great HR links from around the HR blogosphere: “Engaging Hourly Employees” on CollegeRecruiter.com – A review of a study that identifies six essential workplace dimensions to employee engagement and customer satisfaction. “4 Generations of Workers … Continue reading

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Your News Delivered To Your Doorstep: Using RSS Readers

It’s a nice feeling waking up in the morning, walking out the front door and knowing your newspaper will be right there waiting for you. If you’re like most people, you’ll sit down and skim through one or two parts … Continue reading

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Northeast Ohio “In The Green”

Cleveland Business Connects magazine introduced a new section this month called “In The Green” with local information about businesses that are “making it look easy to be green”. According to Cleveland Business Connects’ website, In The Green is a “new department … Continue reading

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2-month Statistics: Top Posts, Searches, and Referrers

Where Great Workplaces Start has been going strong for the past two months, and now is a great time to share the most popular posts and searches so far. Thank you to all of our readers, supporters, and referrers! If … Continue reading

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Internship Program 201: How to Recruit Tomorrow’s Top Talent

Employers offer full-time jobs to nearly two out of three interns, and 70% of these interns accept the positions according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). What does this mean? For a lot of companies, an internship … Continue reading

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Job Interview Etiquette in Need of Performance Review

While many job seekers say they’re on time for interviews and well-prepared, hiring managers are painting a different picture. In Vault’s just-released Interview Etiquette Survey, 59% of hiring managers say that job candidates’ manners have deteriorated in recent years. Vault’s … Continue reading

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Where Great Links Start #4

It’s time once again for another week of Where Great Links Start. As always, if you have a blog or news article that you think belongs on this list, please let us know! Gen Y / “Millenials” This topic is … Continue reading

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