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Evolution for Generalists

June 1, 2007
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Rather than rant or sulk about critiques of HR generalists, here's something to do about filling weak spots in your HR practice: A list of "smart plays" that generalists can use to create results for the organizations they serve. They can follow this roadmap, add a couple of points to give it unique style, and watch the critics fade into the background.
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Your Reactions to John Sullivan's HR Dinosaurs Column

April 8, 2007
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Dr. John Sullivan's recent "HR Dinosaurs" column sparked a strong response from our readers. Below is a selection of letters we have received in reaction to the column. In the right hand navigation column are links to his article and to a discussion thread in our Community Center forums.
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HR's Dinosaurs

March 29, 2007
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Generalists view HR as "art," basing decisions on emotions rather than management science.
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Into the Light Alleviating the Isolation of Nonprofit HR Professionals

December 21, 2006
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It is easy for human resource professionals in nonprofits to become isolated and secluded. However, there are ways to avoid having HR become lost within an organization.
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Caution Advised When Using Social Networking Web Sites for Recruiting, Background Checking

November 14, 2006
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Web sites such as MySpace and Facebook can contain details about candidates that make employers think twice about hiring them. But this treasure trove of online data also can amount to a Pandora’s Box.
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Company Profile Recruiters Get LinkedIn in Search of Job Candidates

November 14, 2006
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Electronic recruiting leader LinkedIn is actively courting the headhunting set with new services. But new potential competitors are emerging and it remains to be seen whether business-focused networking sites will become central to most recruiters.
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Quirky Co-Workers Outstanding or Just Odd

October 30, 2006
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You can choose your friends, but you can't necessarily choose your colleagues. That leaves those who consider themselves normal sometimes having to witness unusual behavior ranging from odd-but-benign to outright gross.
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Quirky Co-Workers Outstanding or Just Odd

October 30, 2006
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You can choose your friends, but you can't necessarily choose your colleagues. That leaves those who consider themselves normal sometimes having to witness unusual behavior ranging from odd-but-benign to outright gross.
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Taking Time to Think The Irony of Bill Gates’ Legacy

September 22, 2006
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Big thoughts, reinvention and career growth come not only from embracing all the benefits of technology, but also from finding the time away from the office and daily pressures.
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