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"Why Are You Leaving?" Exit Interview Whys and Hows

It stings when a great employee gives notice. Here's how to learn from the experience - and what you need to ask - to prevent voluntary turnover.

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Overcoming Stereotypes at Work

Sick of being seen as an "emotional woman" any time you bring a problem to the table? Tired of feeling "unmanly" when you empathize with a co-worker? Seeing signs of ageism among employees? Use these tips to overcome - and eliminate - stereotypes at your workplace.

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10 Must-Ask Questions for Your Employee Culture Survey

Anonymous surveys allow employees to speak their minds honestly and help them feel actively involved in improving company culture, thereby increasing engagement. These are the questions you should include in your anonymous survey.

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Don't Play Limbo With Pay Rates

When it comes to compensation, "how low can you go" is a dangerous game.

Use these tactics to set competitive pay rates that attract and keep great talent.

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Emotional Armor: How to Wear It at Work

Most professionals enter human resources and similar fields because they enjoy working with people. Since HR is often on the front lines of employee conflict, major life crises and other events, however, they often see people at their most toxic - and can suffer as a result.

Fortunately, HR professionals can take proactive steps to maintain awareness of these risks and to bolster their own reserves.

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