We know that we have a special environment here. We keep it that way by hiring the best, most talented and most dedicated human resource professionals around and cultivating a workplace where they can thrive.
Here on our “Workplace” blog, you’ll see how we work, how we play and how we treasure the work-life balance.
“Give employees an opportunity to get excited about coming to work, even when the nice weather is beckoning. This might mean offering a change up to the regular office routine that they can look forward to.” Here at myHR Partner, we practice what we preach. Take the quote above, for instance, from our popular blog…Read More
“What smells so good in the break room?” If we can riff off an old expression, sometimes the way to your employees’ hearts is through their stomachs. At least, that’s been observed in our office. You see, we have found real team-building and workplace-enhancing benefits from the simple activity of holding informal, friendly potluck lunches.…Read More
“Give working parents some summer support.” This is one of our all-time favorite summer tips from myHR Blog, and it’s something we practice here in our office too. We do this by providing, whenever possible, flexible work schedules and work-from-home hours during the summer. Not just to be nice, but because our company values our…Read More
The myHR Partner team celebrated Employee Appreciation Day at the Banana Factory, a community arts and cultural center in Bethlehem that’s operated by the awesome people at ArtsQuest. We spent a lot of the day working with each other on a mosaic. We worked in teams to create separate pieces, then came together to make…Read More
Other companies can’t believe that we stick to our work-week schedules and actually have enough time to complete quality work on time. Jennifer Minor, Administrator, Office Manager: “The work-life balance is extremely important. When I applied here the thing that popped out in the job ad was the 40-hour work week, the work-life balance, because…Read More
Working full time doesn’t mean working around the clock. The 40-hour work week gives us the time to be volunteers while maintaining a professional career. Dana, HR Manager and Volunteer at Victory House: “My husband drives the van in the winter and picks up the homeless and brings them somewhere to sleep Friday to Saturday,…Read More
All of us have a lot in common. Family is our #1 priority, but that never makes us compromise our work. Since we share similar work and home situations and appreciate the flexibility we have, we have the option to work as a team when needed, collaborating on projects and creating a work environment that…Read More
Some of us were unsure how our evening of paint-on-canvas would play out. But in the end, our camaraderie, our faith in Tina’s ability to push us out of our comfort zones and the stress relief we felt as our inner creativity surfaced actually made it fun! Here are some of the comments from…Read More
The 40-hour work week is one of the main reasons we have a professional, focused workplace culture. As a result, we have more time to spend with our families and be involved with our communities. Tina, Founder, President: “Companies count on people working overtime to make money, so I tell candidates that I can’t pay…Read More
Working full time in an HR position and raising a family is a juggle. We determine what our clients’ needs are, then give our team the flexibility to get work done when and where they can. Michelle, HR Director: “Traditional HR positions can be pretty demanding. In prior jobs, it wasn’t unusual for me to…Read More