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  Career advice for conference attendees
by Cherisse Figueroa, SPHR - Oct, 2010
If you’re heading off to attend your industry’s annual conference, gear up and get ready to take advantage of a terrific career opportunity. Check out some tips of how to make the most of this annual event: Don’t Wing It. Walk into your conference with a focused plan. Exhibitors are terrific at this – but conference attendees tend to wander around, play it by ear, and make selections about what sessions to attend by how the...
 
  Best Practices for Successful and Legally Defensible Performance Appraisals
by Cherisse Figueroa, SPHR - Oct, 2006
Ensure your performance appraisals are successful and legally defensible in five easy steps by managing employee performance. If you’re like most managers, you do not look forward to the performance appraisal process for your staff. You recognize that preparing and delivering these appraisals is an important responsibility and there can be plenty of room for error, miscommunication, and legal repercussion. As a result, many...
 
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