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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Momentum…How to Get Moving Again

Everyone around me is expressing how wonderful it feels to hang around the house this holiday season. No where in particular to go. Those that are working are thrilled to find out that business has basically come to a standstill for most. So how do you get things moving again after the holidays are over? […]

Posted in Musings

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Will You Have Any Employees Left in 2011?

Workers are poised for a mass exodus next year, according to a poll of more than 1,400 workers in North America by Right Management. Employees are feeling increasingly restless and intend to leave in droves if opportunities open up in the job market. Eighty-four percent of the employees polled say they plan to look for […]

Posted in Talent Acquisition and Retention

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Small Business Management: How to Start the New Year Off Right

If you are looking to get a jumpstart on the competition then read this article that I just wrote for Monster. Click Here and let me know what you think. What else might you add to this list?   Roberta

Posted in Small Business Management

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A Time for Reflection

The week before Christmas is always a quiet time in business, unless of course you work in retail. This is the perfect time of year to pour a glass of wine and reflect on the year's happenings. By doing so, you will be better prepared to move into the New Year in a purposeful way. […]

Posted in General Observations

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Suddenly in Charge Unwrapped! Free Bonus Chapter

Just in time for Christmas. My publisher says I can now release the bonus chapter we've had under wrap on when and how to work with a coach or mentor. E-mail me at Roberta@yourhrexperts.com if you or someone you know would like a complimentary download of this bonus chapter. Please share this with others, as […]

Posted in Books

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College Grads and Unemployment

It’s the holidays and no one knows that more than unemployed college grads who have little to cheer about this holiday season. An article in today’s New York Times noted that the unemployment rate for college grads under age 25 has averaged 9.2 percent, up from 8.8 percent a year earlier. It also suggests that […]

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Overcoming the Year-End Blues

I'll be the first to admit that as the year winds down, so does my body. It would be great if I could kick back and relax but I know if I do, it will be that much harder to start the engines again in January. Here are some tips on how to coast through […]

Posted in Productivity

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