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Richard Branson: three ways to keep employees happy

Richard Branson: three ways to keep employees happy | Human resources | Scoop.it
Foresight, freedom and respect are all key...
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13 Mental Health Benefits Of Exercise

13 Mental Health Benefits Of Exercise | Human resources | Scoop.it
By Sophia Breene Many people hit the gym or pound the pavement to improve cardiovascular health, build muscle, and of course, get a rockin’ bod, but working out has above-the-neck benefits, too.
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Guitar Center Employees Unionize in New York | Politics News ...

Guitar Center Employees Unionize in New York | Politics News ... | Human resources | Scoop.it
Employees at Guitar Center's flagship store in Manhattan overwhelmingly voted on Friday to form a union of its 57 retail workers. The new bargaining u.
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Stress-free Life

Stress-free Life | Human resources | Scoop.it
At some point in life, everyone is bound to undergo an amount of stress so much that they often feel like there’s a world wide conspiracy to make their lives hell. People will therefore do all sort...
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The Functions of LinkedIn and it’s Benefits | The Recruitment Guru

The Functions of LinkedIn and it’s Benefits | The Recruitment Guru | Human resources | Scoop.it
The LinkedIn key function allows an individual member to organize a network of their business contacts. It may include their colleagues as well as their bosses.
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Connecting with Your Foreign-Born Employees - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

Connecting with Your Foreign-Born Employees - blogs.hbr.org (blog) | Human resources | Scoop.it
Connecting with Your Foreign-Born Employees
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He was more uncomfortable than ever before, and he knew exactly why.
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