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Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top Workplace Blogs of the Week. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.
Top Blogs of the Week
Supreme Court DOMA ruling “In Plain English”; impact on employers: A complete list of what #DOMA means for you and your organization. It’s critical that those in Human Resources truly understand the implications of the bill. Read more.
How to Hire the Right Freelance Writer: One of the hardest things to do in any industry is to find good freelance writers. Everyone says they can write, but how do you really pick the good from from the bad? Our friends at SmartRecruiters gives us good feedback on finding the good ones. Read more.
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Top Ten Mistakes Made by Human Resources When Dismissing Staff: I was watching the tv show Parenthood the other day and one of the main characters had to let go of 7 employees. He got emotional and I told my roommate he can’t do that because I read this article and learned that it was a big no-no! Read more.
A Career in HR: Are you looking for a career in HR? Laurie Ruettimann answers three important questions on if a career in HR is a good move. Read more.
Recruiting with Snapchat. I included this blog because it’s very interesting. Do you think Snapchat will ever play a role in recruiting? Weigh in in in the comments. Read more.
Top Blogging4Jobs Blog of the Week
10 Characteristics of a Social Leader: Shannon Smedstad gives us 10 good characteristics that make a good leader in the social space. How many of these characteristics do you possess?
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