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If you’re an HR professional who works in a small organization, maybe you’ve heard this question: “Why on earth would a small business need an HR department?”
Here are five HR best practices for SMBs. HR technology can help you introduce them in your HR department.
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BambooHR article: 5 reasons your boss can't say no to an HR software pitch. HR workers ultimate guide to getting what you need to do your job better!
Preparing for the future of HR. How Human Resource employees can make certain they remain relevant and ready for the future of HR.
BambooHR's Ryan Sanders gives some personal advice: never stop learning. Keep your mind young by constantly seeking for more knowledge. "Remember, there is strength and youth in knowledge."
Use performance review to notice and build strengths, not to focus on weaknesses. BambooHR CEO Ryan Sanders shares his thoughts on the power of building others (and ourselves) through performance reviews.
An essential part of a successful business: employee morale. Showing appreciation can have a strong positive impact on your company culture.
Mental Health America gave awesome tips to help each one of us battle the stresses and demands of the daily grind. Here are 10 Tools to Live Your Life Well:
BambooHR CEO Ryan Sanders offers some thoughts on gratitude and its impact on happiness. Gratitude gives way to true happiness.
BambooHR's Owner Ryan Sanders offers some insight on making life easier for our customers. Easier is the opposite of harder.
BambooHR Inspiration | Quoting a blog post from Seth Godin from 2014 discussing how important optimism is in today's world.
"[In organizations denying risk] there is a marked decline in the quality and amount of dialogue and debate…a shift toward either consensus or dictatorial management rather than a process of argument and disagreement followed by unified commitment to execute decisions."
Command and control management stinks. I think the key is to hire smart people, paint a vision of where you want to go as a company, and then turn them loose to figure out the how to get there.