I have a lot of fun digging into the statistics on this blog to find out what everyone enjoys reading about. That, in turn, helps to influence what I write about! I have spent some time looking through the pageview counts and visitor stats, and I have developed a top ten list of most popular posts this year. One point I found interesting was that some of these posts that were viewed the most often were actually written in 2010 or before. If you missed one of them, feel free to check it out. Everyone else is. :-)
- HR Careers-How to Get a Job in HRÂ – This post focuses on the transition I experienced as I moved into HR for the first time.
- Onboarding and New Hire Orientation eBookÂ – This collaborative eBook brings together some of the smartest HR pros of the day to share their take on onboarding.
- I don’t believe in social responsibility, but…Â – This short post discusses a different type of “social responsibility” in the business world.
- How to Establish CredibilityÂ – I do some Q&A with people I highly respect to find out how they established their own credibility. Great lessons here.
- How to Ask Questions During an InvestigationÂ – If you’re in HR, you will eventually run into an investigation. Here’s how to ask questions to find out what you need to know.
- How to run a one person HR departmentÂ – If you’ve ever worked in a small HR department, this one is for you.
- Policy on working through lunchÂ – Do we need a policy banning working at your desk during lunch? Do we need a policy for anything?
- Employee Engagement eBookÂ – This collaborative eBook brings together some of the smartest HR pros of the day to share their take on engagement.
- The Cost of Disengaged EmployeesÂ – Looking at how disengaged employees can impact your business and culture (and not for the better).
- Men in HR-A National Geographic ExclusiveÂ – This was a fun post to write, because I am definitely in the minority as a male in the HR field. Good stuff here.
Just wanted to say a quick “Thanks” to everyone who reads the blog. I am so appreciative of it. If you ever want to reach out via email, feel free!