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Susan Heathfield
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Just stopping by to request some help from you... I've been writing articles for About,com, now TheBalance.com, for nearly twenty years. I never run out of ideas because our field is so broad. I gear my articles to managers to help them manage better and to organizations so that they can set goals and create a strategic framework for employees. I also offer my articles to my HR audience in hopes of helping you with what you need to run professional, contributing HR departments. My final audience is people who work whom I try to serve with articles about how to disagree at work and how to get along with difficult people. Now, the favor I am asking...

What topics would you like me to spend more time on? What topics am I missing that you want and need? Please comment on this post if you have ideas. Please "like" this post if you read it. I appreciate your help.

Sincerely, Susan

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Open enrollment is the employee’s time to attend enrollment information meetings, speak with the benefits providers and Human Resources staff, and make their benefit selections. To ensure that they make the best choices for their families and their personal situation, during open enrollment, Sternberg recommends that employees need to do the following five tasks. https://buff.ly/2yIclBs
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Many people are eager to start a career in Human Resources, as it is a fast-growing field with many lucrative opportunities. Career analysts expect the number of HR jobs to increase in the projected future and the median annual income is above the national average. https://buff.ly/2xY0lIu
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Are you interested in a new trend in job interview questions - or perhaps an old trend newly revived? Lynne Sarikas, director of the MBA Career Center at the Northeastern University business school, believes that more and more businesses are asking unusual job interview questions as part of their candidate job interview process. https://buff.ly/2in73oZ
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These are some of my favorite, most successful ice breakers. They've been tested and they work to break the ice with your groups. Why not take a look and use these in your own team meetings and training sessions.

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The advancement of an employee from one job position to another job position that has a higher salary range, a higher level job title, and, often, more and higher level job responsibilities in an organization, is called a promotion. https://buff.ly/2vlS8fX
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Want to be the worst employee at your company? If you're a rebel at heart, you'll want everyone to hate you and you'll want to receive the worst of the worst when it comes to assignments. In order to accomplish that, you'll need to build a reputation as the bad employee. There are seven ways to make yourself the worst employee. Here's how. https://buff.ly/2xaZjtf
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Are you interested in becoming an active listener who so deeply listens that your coworkers and staff feel fortunate to have you as a contact? When you listen, you are giving your full attention to something or someone who is making a sound. You can't become a great verbal communicator without the second half of the listening equation, active listening being embraced. https://buff.ly/2yD8je8
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A salary negotiation window exists from the time you offer a job to a candidate until the acceptance of the job by your selected candidate. The results of this salary negotiation can leave a candidate feeling wanted or devalued. The results of this salary negotiation can leave the employer excited to welcome the candidate or feeling as if he lost. https://buff.ly/2v3dIdT
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