Tag Archive: Heather Vogel

Jul 06

Superjobs or Super Stress?

Lucy

Businesses and organizations, profit and nonprofit alike, are expecting a lot more out of their employees and their volunteers.  It seems that everyone nowadays has to clean the kitchen sink too, and if anyone complains about working hard, the person next to them on the commuter bus will probably have an even worse story to …

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Apr 18

Stop to Smell the Roses

thinker

I recently subscribed to my favorite whisperer Cesar Milan’s newsletter.  A lot of times after reading the various articles, I find really interesting parallels between his work with our canine companions and my own work with human beings.  After all, behavior is as behavior does, right? In his last post, Cesar was talking about how …

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Mar 14

SHRM Blog Carnival: Leadership & Engagement

Welcome to the March 14th edition of the SHRM Blog Carnival!  The HR Mouth of the South is thrilled to be hosting this next round, which focuses on best practices for leadership and engagement.  We asked our SHRM bloggers to consider the following: “What does your company (or another company you know of) do right …

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Mar 10

Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act

Goodness gracious, will the healthcare changes never end? Probably not.   Well, despite the ongoing discussion about healthcare it’s good to have a basic understanding of the most recent healthcare reform legislation, whether you’re an HR pro, an attorney, or just plain taxpayer. So, I’ll try to provide a user-friendly overview of the new Patient Protection …

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