Posted: 19 May 2011 02:50 AM PDT by HR BARTENDER.COM I got a note from a reader in Saudi Arabia about using self-appraisals in the performance appraisal process. While there continues to be a faction of the HR community who thinks the performance appraisal ought to be abolished, […]
Many people equate exercise with endless hours of huffing, puffing, sweating, and “hurting” at the gym. Don’t let this popular misconception keep you from reaping the benefits of increased physical activity. By spending 30 minutes five days a week doing the equivalent of a brisk walk, you will […]
Managing people can be challenging at times, but it shouldn’t be a constant struggle. Here are a few guidelines for making the job easier and building better relationships with your reports: Tell people what to do, not how to do it. You’ll find employees more responsive and less […]
The following article is provided by HR Bartender.com Back in the early days of HR Bartender, I wrote a post about how Customer Service is the New Marketing. And I still believe it. The way an organization interacts with its current, potential and past customers is critical. The […]
Let’s welcome our newest addition to the UHD family… Neil Orts, Transfer Articulation Counselor, Office of Admissions. Welcome, Neil!