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2014 HIGHLIGHTS: Our Top 10 HR Blog Posts of the Year

Posted on: December 29th, 2014 | Category: Employee Relations, Events, Government Regulatory & Compliance Issues, Hiring Methodology, hiring process, How To Hire Good Employees, HR Support & Project Work, HR Training Programs, Human Resources, Legal Issues When Hiring, myHR DirectLink, Our Blog, Resumes, Talent Management

The year 2014 turned out to be one of the more memorable ones for human resources blogging. There were lots of great stories to cover and ideas to share with  modern employers and managers like you. Please enjoy our annual “Best in Show” edition of myHR Blog, as selected by the myHR Partner team. And be sure to follow us in 2015 as we continue to keep you in the know for all things HR.


Thanks for joining us for this walk down memory lane. If you have any ideas for what you’d like to see us blog about in 2014, please let us know.

Happy New Year from the entire myHR Partner Team!

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