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HR Lessons From The Boy Who Lived (Or How Harry Potter Saved HR)

The magnificent series from J.K. Rowling has affected millions of lives from the books to the movies, web presence, blogs and fan fiction that have come to life because of the characters of Harry Potter, Hermione, Ron, Hagrid, and yes, even Voldemort. For the uninitiated, the Harry Potter series of books consist of 7 amazingly […] Keep Reading


Handling HR Disciplinary Issues In An Angry World

Disciplinary issues are on the front page of the news for many employers this week. The events around the country beginning with the Charlottesville situation have brought to light a lot of anger and frustration. The white supremacists who took part in the protests are, of course, people with families, jobs, and businesses. And, in […] Keep Reading


Is It Always Shark Week In Your Office?

Shark Week is coming. And with it, comes a reminder that in the dangerous waters of office operations, sometimes we are all dealing with sharks. Knowing what to expect, what to look for, and when to head back to safety can make navigation far more seamless. But how can you tell if you’re dealing with […] Keep Reading


Benefits of Hiring Marching Band Members

At high schools around the country, in the first weeks of August, there is a tradition that only those who are musically inclined and willing to work hard participate in. This is Marching Band Camp season and many high school and college marching bands begin their pre-season preparatory work in the heat of the summer, […] Keep Reading



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