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Our most popular HR blog posts of 2016, part II

Posted on: December 8th, 2016 | Category: Our Blog

Time for the next installment of myHR Blog‘s countdown to 2017! We are ringing out the year by sharing our most popular HR blog posts of the last 12 months. Last week, we covered such topics as absenteeism gone wild, employee engagement and preventing new hire failure. (Click here if you missed it.) This week, we cover three of the hottest topics from last spring.

Please enjoy part two of our “Best in Show”, as selected by the myHR Partner team.

We hope you have enjoyed our Q2 2016 walk down memory lane. Check back next week for blog highlights from July through September, which include posts about a new bill prohibiting employers from asking job candidates about salary history, what SmartCEO Magazine had to say about women leaders and how Fast Company Magazine came to us for our best summer slump advice. We had a busy summer!

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