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Wendy is a HR professional with over 10+ years experience in both health care and education. She is the owner of Kelly's HR Services, a full service HR consulting agency. She is also SHRM and HRCI certified, and serves as a HRCI Ambassador.

What words of advice and encouragement would you give to someone just starting out in HR?

HR is an amazing career, there are so many facets to choose from, find what you love and/or are passionate about. Lastly, find a mentor, we are here to help.

Wendy Kelly

Wendy is a HR professional with over 10+ years experience in both health care and education. She is the owner of Kelly's HR Services, a full service HR consulting agency. She is also SHRM and HRCI certified, and serves as a HRCI Ambassador.

What words of advice and encouragement would you give to someone just starting out in HR?

HR is an amazing career, there are so many facets to choose from, find what you love and/or are passionate about. Lastly, find a mentor, we are here to help.

Benefit Enrollment Form

Paperwork: nobody likes it, but it's a necessary evil. Well-designed forms get you the information you need in a way that is easy for your employees to complete. Enrollment managed improperly can mean a host of problems for both the employee and your organization. Let's look at what to include and how to make things as easy as possible for everyone.
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Employee Retention

You spend a lot of time and effort to recruit and hire the right people for the right job—only to have them leave after a couple of months. Or perhaps you lose long-term employees who take great skills and knowledge with them. Either way, turnover is expensive and frustrating.

There are many reasons employees contemplate leaving an organization, including lack of work-life balance, professional development or accountability; inadequate pay; and the feeling of being undervalued.

Let's explore what employee retention is, why it is important, how to measure it, and how to start an employee retention program.
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Employee Wellbeing

As an HR person, you are responsible for organization-wide functions—but you are also an employee. You have first-hand experience of wellness, or the lack of wellness, at work, and how it impacts your productivity and satisfaction with your job. Research confirms that the wellness of your employees directly relates to the success of your company. Read on to learn how you can implement an effective wellness program.
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Illegal Question

The hiring process can be challenging. The process of advertising a job posting and filtering resumes is lengthy. When it comes time to interview, you need to ask the right questions to determine if the candidate is qualified, but you also must be wary of asking the wrong questions. Let's explore the dos and don’ts of interview questions.
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Workplace Tour

Outreach is a constant but rarely recognized part of HR work. You need to reach out to future potential employees and to the community you are a part of. Hosting a workplace tour is one way to accomplish both of those goals. Let's look at how to plan and facilitate a great tour of your company's facilities.
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