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Ask Dr. Sharkey: Should I Stop Making College Degrees A Requirement?

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 8.8.2019


"Hi Dr. Sharkey! I’ve been reading various articles lately that say companies are no longer requiring employees to have a college degree. Apple, Google, Whole Foods, and Hilton are among the trendsetters. Do you think this is a positive movement going forward?"

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Topics: future workplace, human resources, ask dr. sharkey

3 Internal Communications Beliefs You Need to Rethink

Posted by Sandy Yu on 7.26.2018


Internal communications are essential to an organization’s success. If information is siloed or communication breaks down, employees cannot work at peak productivity. Luckily, most HR and internal communications teams are doing a great job.

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Topics: employee communications, internal communications, employee communication, HR misconceptions, human resources

Are HR’s Hands Tied?

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 8.31.2017


In our recent survey designed to learn about the communication requirements of non-desktop and remote employees versus the needs of office employees, our study revealed that -- regardless of work environment -- employees want the same thing:  their organization’s commitment to frequent and effective communication.

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Topics: employee communication, human resources

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