I fell into a human resources position several years
ago by accident. I found that I love all aspects of HR, except
terminating employees. I’d like to pursue a career in HR, however, I
also love sales, being on the road, and need flexibility. Can you
recommend the right career path and programs focusing on the PHR/SPHR?
Thanks in advance for your time.
I was recently talking with someone who used to work for General Electric during the Jack Welch
era. They said that working at GE was the best job they've ever had.
Not because things were "nice" but becaus
Sounds simple. Someone writes a memo. Most people don't write
memos because they have nothing else to do, so let's assume there's a
legitimate business reason for their correspondence. It's the
receiver's obligation to read the memo. End of discussion.
Now some people on the receiving end of memos like to abdicate responsibility for reading by tossing out a bunch of excuses:
Lots and lots of talk about the inauguration. Of course, there should be...the inauguration marks the beginning of a new and exciting era for the country. Now the talk about Rick Warren's invocation isn't always very positive but it got me thinking. Not just about the controversy surrounding Pastor Warren, but invocations in general.