The Carnival of HR- The August Edition

It has been a while since I have hosted a Carnival of HR. To be honest, it has even been a while since I have contributed to one. However, earlier in the year when Robin Schooling put out a call for hosts I threw my hat in the ring. Unlike many hosts, I have no …

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From the archive: Halloween The Carnival of HR

I thought it was apropos to replay this Carnival of HR on Halloween. Enjoy these scary stories from last year. For the Halloween version of the Carnival of HR, the host, Mike VanDervort, asked us to submit “scary tales of HR.” Mike said: I suggested that people share a story about a scary HR practice …

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The Spring Addition of the HR Carnival

It seems that Spring is finally here for good and nothing signals that more than the Spring Edtion of the HR Carnival. This month’s edition is hosted by the self-proclaimed “student of human behavior” Tamara M. Rasberry. She has put together a collection of 19 fantastic blog posts. In case you don’t know, these bloggers …

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The April edition of the HR Carnival: The good, the bad, and the ugly

This week’s edition of Future Friday is postponed until next Friday in preference to publishing this month’s edition of the Carnival of HR. This month’s carnival is hosted by Dorothy Dalton, a talent management strategist, and coach based in Brussels, Belgium. Dorothy asked contributors to submit posts and tell her where they fit on a …

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The February Carnival of HR

The February 2018 issue of the Carnival of HR was posted yesterday. It was hosted by Laurie Ruettimann, who is considered a superstar in the HR blogger world. As a result, when the call for blog posts went out bloggers jumped on the bandwagon, and this one is packed full of more blogs than usual. There is …

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September Carnival of HR

I generally try to post the Carnival of HR on the day it is published. I have done several and it takes a lot of work, so I want to reward the person taking the time and effort to bring this information to us. Well, I missed by a couple of days but here it …

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HR Carnival – Summer heat

I have not hosted an HR Carnival for about a year. I am happy to do it again. There are some great posts in this edition. I did not specify a theme but most of them seem to have a leadership theme. Hmmm… I wonder what that may be related to? So without further ado …

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Carnival of HR- HOT of the press

Here it is the middle of July. I don’t know about you but here in Atlanta is is HOT! So it is a good time to stay indoor and get some reading done. Here is a great selection of blog posts from HR writers. It is hosted by The Girl in HR, Andrea Devers.  There …

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Carnival of HR: It's all about SHRM17

Next week is #SHRM17. I will be in attendance. To recognize #SHRM17 this month’s Carnival of HR is hosted by Melissa Fairman. She is encouraging you to follow the conference via social media if you cannot attend in person. In the meantime she posted this set of blogs to spark your interest in some of …

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Carnival of HR- 10th Anniversary Edition

I have been participating in the Carnival of HR for a long time. I will be hosting a session later this year. This edition marks the 10th anniversary of HR bloggers submitting posts to this consolidation of blogs. There are too many good ones for me to single out. Some were submitted by the writer …

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