Three Very Good Reads for a Wednesday

Here are three blog posts that are informative and thought provoking that would be well worth your time reading.

  1. The first comes from Jon Hyman. Do You Know? ABA/DOL’s Bridge to Justice (or Bridge Over Troubled Referrals) I have written about the link between the USDOL and plaintiffs attorneys, but Jon treats it in greater detail. Be afraid, be very afraid.
  2. The second comes from Dan McCarthy at Great Leadership. His post, Great Employees Trump Perfect Processes , deals with the premise that you can’t expect that great process are going to make great employees, regardless of what they bring to the table. They have to have the potential.
  3. The third comes from Margaret O’Hanlon at Compensation Cafe. Her post,    Do You Hear What I Hear?, discusses the in-and-outs of employee surveys. They are not as easy as just asking questions. And if  you have ever screwed one up, or you ar considering doing one, you need to read her advice.

That is probably enough for a Wednesday, after all you have other things to do I am sure. But this stuff will make you better at your job, so don’t skip it.

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