HR Maverick

Tiffany Gordwin

Tiffany Gordwin

Tiffany is an empowering influencer with an MBA in Human Resources Management and 20+ years of experience delivering innovative HR and business solutions that drive continuous improvement for leading organizations. She creates a positive work culture that boosts employee engagement. She leverages communication, organizational, and conflict-resolution skills to optimize operations in challenging arenas. Tiffany is a champion for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and she always reminds others that it’s our differences that makes us stronger together.

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

HR is a great profession and just remember it’s always about the people. If we take care of our people they will take care of the business.

Open Enrollment

Benefits are one of the most important factors in hiring and retaining your talent, which makes open enrollment a crucial time of year. This process can be daunting for a new HR professional, so keep reading to learn how to make open enrollment a more enjoyable experience for you and your employees.

Welcome Letter

You know how critical it is to attract and keep good candidates, especially in times of fierce competition for talent. Yet, studies continue to show that as many as 40-50% of new employees leave within the first three months. Many of those new hires cite a poor onboarding experience as the reason. A welcome letter may appear to only be a small part of that onboarding program, but it plays a critical part in the overall process. And standard welcome letters are a thing of the past — candidates and new hires in today’s recruiting process expect to feel welcomed, and even celebrated, before they even start work. Let’s explore what a welcome letter is, why it’s important, and what to include to write a winning letter for your new employees. You’ll find a welcome letter template at the end of the article.
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