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Posted on: May 14th, 2015 | Category: Employee On-boarding, Employee Relations, myHR DirectLink, Our Blog, Talent Management

Are your employees satisfied at work? If you want a positive reputation in the community, then you’ll want to ensure the answer is yes. That’s the message we got from a recent article over at that discusses how important happy employees are to your company’s brand, even from the very beginning of their tenure…

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PPACA Gets Shakespearean About Health Coverage Option Notification

Posted on: October 17th, 2013 | Category: Employee On-boarding, Employment Administration, Government Regulatory & Compliance Issues, Human Resources, Our Blog, Payroll/Benefits

Human resources fun fact: All the really cool words in the English language have something to do with HR. We kid you not. Take, for example: fort·night \ˈfȯrt-ˌnīt\ Noun: a period of 14 days :  two weeks Origin: Middle English fourtenight, alteration of fourtene night, from Old English fēowertȳne niht. First Known Use: before 12th…

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Don’t Overlook This Essential Employee Handbook Detail

Posted on: April 25th, 2012 | Category: Employee Handbooks, Employee On-boarding, Employee Relations, Employment Administration, Government Regulatory & Compliance Issues, HR DirectLink Service, Human Resources, Our Blog

Your employee handbook is the road map for how to navigate working at your organization. It is your opportunity to clearly explain your procedures and policies, so do your company an enormous favor and make sure you have every new-hire sign an acknowledgment of receipt for it. –Tina Hamilton, President & CEO of hireVision Group, Inc.

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Who Asked That Excellent Audience Question on “Business Matters” the Other Night?

Posted on: June 18th, 2010 | Category: Employee On-boarding, Human Resources, News & Media, Our Blog

Why, it was our intrepid leader, Tina Hamilton, that’s who! Tina participated in the live audience taping of “Business Matters”, which aired on WFMZ on June 7, 2010. The episode was entitled “Unions: Past their prime or now more than ever?” and turned out to be a very lively discussion about union pros and cons…

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Is Your On-Boarding Program Welcoming or…Well…Crummy?

Posted on: June 7th, 2010 | Category: Employee On-boarding, Employee Relations, HR DirectLink Service, Human Resources, Our Blog

We just read this excellent article on the importance of making a good first impression on your new hires during the first few days of their arrival at your company. Here’s one of our favorite points from the article “Does Your Company Welcome Policy Make Your New Hires Want To Stay Or Go?” on the…

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