Brackets? Meh. A few years ago I participated in a March Madness pool with not much interest in basketball and nary a clue about college hoops. It was a travesty of epic proportion and, as I recall, I ended up in last place.
Based upon the enthusiasm of others though, I must be missing something. John Hudson likes this time of year; he wrote about “March Madness in the Workplace” just a few weeks ago. Tim Sackett recently offered up “3 Ways Employers Should Be Encouraging March Madness!”
Bet then, much to the consternation of HR killjoys professionals everywhere, Fortune Magazine let us know that “The Average Worker Will Spend Six Hours Watching March Madness at Work.”
So let me offer up a much more productive way to waste spend time at work (while secretly streaming the games) — reading of some HR blogs!
Ladies and gentlemen, I present the sweet, elite submissions from the far corners of the HR blogging world for March….
Laurie Ruettimann – Online Learning Series: How to Be Better in Human Resources
Mary Faulkner – When tech and HR combine: What I saw at #UltiConnect
Tamara Rasberry – Looking for a Job – The Full-Time Job from Hell
Judith Lindenberger – 5 Workplace Habits of Successful HR Professionals
One on One
Sharlyn Lauby – How to Find Budget Dollars for Employee Recognition
Julie Winkle Giulioni – Attenuating Attrition: How Leaders Can Create a Sticky Situation
Prassad Kurian – The OD Quest: Part 6 – In the wonderland of HR Business Partners!
Yvonne LaRose – Because of Their Endurance, We Can
Helo Tamme – Elderly people, your key to happier employees
Jennifer Juo – Is Workplace Distraction Hurting Your Bottom Line?
Jesse Lynn Stoner – Manage Polarities . . . or Step off the Seesaw
Cecilia Clark – 2 Questions to Ask to Increase Motivation
Keith Enochs – Context is King
Mark Stelzner – 6 Consumer Trends HR Can’t Ignore
Mark Miller – Tell the Story
Sabrina Baker – Dealing with the Reactionary Leader
Anne Tomkinson – When You’re the Disengaged Employee
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