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Create A Happier Work Environment | Advance Systems http://bit.ly/1CGNiNq

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Having a lot of bench strength is critical to any company’s success. But identifying the best internal candidates for promotion can be difficult.

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A few years ago, the Major League Baseball team, the Oakland Athletics utilized a new system of analytics to assess its players and prospects based on empirical statistics. This system – which was the basis for the book and later the major motion picture “Moneyball” – is the foundation upon which a new way of managing people in the workplace was built. This system is known as “People Analytics”.

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Shift work has been linked to many diverse health effects, including everything from heart disease, back problems, high blood pressure and even cancer.

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The latest buzz words ‘HR Big Data’ have become a regular part of the conversation within HR circles these days. It is best described in its most basic form as; huge amounts of data with equally large numbers of permutations or variables.

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Creativity isn’t just something that creative-types churn out. It’s an aspect that everyone has, it’s just that some people can tap into more easily than others.

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Motivation is now your best friend although like many friends they are often difficult to locate in times of need. We sometimes need to make do with what is around us. Everything seems dandy you would think!

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Managing monetary resources is part of every good business manager’s resume, but when it comes to your employees as a resource, an HR professional’s resource management skills are just as important.

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A recent look back on the Google hiring process by the New York Times has raised some interesting questions in HR and management circles. Mainly, is the interview process broken? The information from the study concluded that there isn’t much correlation between someone who performs well at an interview and someone who doesn’t as it relates to their overall job performance once hired.

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Psychologists have told us that humans tend to follow three separate and distinct pathways to happiness:Making a Difference,

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