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…then go get yourself a frosty beverage.
[How To Fix Your Life In Two Steps]

buzzfeed:

…then go get yourself a frosty beverage.

[How To Fix Your Life In Two Steps]

Are Facebook Fans Useful?
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Walking Out – How to Run a Smooth Exit Interview
Employees and employers agree that exit interviews are incredibly useful (as illustrated above, three-quarters of executives say they “always” or “somewhat frequently” act on comments collected during exit interviews) and there are many tools available online to help you run an effective interview. Hopefully this summary gives you a good head-start on the process if you don’t already have your interviews formalized.
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Via Column Five for TribeHR

Interesting infographic - especially in this economy.

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Walking Out – How to Run a Smooth Exit Interview

Employees and employers agree that exit interviews are incredibly useful (as illustrated above, three-quarters of executives say they “always” or “somewhat frequently” act on comments collected during exit interviews) and there are many tools available online to help you run an effective interview. Hopefully this summary gives you a good head-start on the process if you don’t already have your interviews formalized.

(Click on the title above to learn more.)

Via Column Five for TribeHR

Interesting infographic - especially in this economy.
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Today, companies are implementing social media policies of all shapes and sizes – and it’s no wonder why: every month we hear of another PR disaster because of a single tweet gone awry. This has led many companies to ban their employees from using social media, while others are taking the opposite approach, believing that a generation raised on technology is more productive when allowed to use it at their own discretion.

Via  Column Five  for Mindflash

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Today, companies are implementing social media policies of all shapes and sizes – and it’s no wonder why: every month we hear of another PR disaster because of a single tweet gone awry. This has led many companies to ban their employees from using social media, while others are taking the opposite approach, believing that a generation raised on technology is more productive when allowed to use it at their own discretion.

Via Column Five for Mindflash