HRExaminer v.3.23

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The Power Of One ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.22 June 1, 2012

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The Power Of OneThe Power Of One
People who make a difference are never all sugar and light. Like I do with Lefsetz, you take the good with the bad, mostly because the good is so amazingly good.
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Six GrumpsSix Grumps
It turns out that the law doesn’t work the way I thought it did. My view was: legislature makes laws; executive branch enforces laws; judiciary sorts it out when things go crazy. Not so much.
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Advance Copy for 15th annual CedarCrestone HR Tech Survey ParticipantsAdvance Copy for 15th annual CedarCrestone HR Tech Survey Participants

The first 100 respondents to complete all questions will receive a $5 Starbucks card. The 15th, 150th, and 1,015th respondents will receive a $100 Visa gift card in celebration of our 15th year. All respondents will receive an advance copy of the results in early October 2012. The Survey is now available at www.CedarCrestone.com/hrssv46 and responses will be collected until July 2nd, 2012.

A Multitude Of HopeA Multitude Of Hope
The most interesting aspect of this work is that it proposes a radical solution that can be implemented without bloodshed or massive social upheaval. By focusing on the perfection of our talents and refusing to taint them for the sake of money, Weddle points to a viable approach for the Occupy movement's future.
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Working Ourselves Out Of A JobWorking Ourselves Out Of A Job
What if the goal of the HR operation was to put itself out of business? Not as a way of moving on to a better type of HR but as an end in itself. Why shouldn ’t HR be responsible for solving a set of problems and then closing the door?
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