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Articles by Greg Wright

How to Hire the Best Digital Talent

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October 9, 2015

Using Technology for Real-Time Employee Performance Reviews

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September 14, 2015

Want to Recruit Better Talent? Think Like a Marketer

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August 10, 2015

10 Tips to Help Small Businesses Avoid Costly HR Errors

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May 1, 2015
Tony Tyree jumped from companies in the United States to the Asia Pacific region to get the experience needed to climb the corporate ladder in the global food industry.
Tyree, a former vice president at Kraft Foods and now a general manager at Fonterra, an international dairy firmed based in New Zealand, said he wouldn’t hesitate to take an assignment in another part of the world.
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July 9, 2013
U.S. employers are not expected to do much new hiring in 2013, but leaders say they want to make sure the people they do bring aboard have a positive attitude and a team spirit.

That’s because, according to two new studies, employers are concerned that if they hire a negative person, that employee’s bad mojo will infect the workplace like a flu virus.

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May 2, 2013

The Transition Network is a small nonprofit organization near Wall Street that helps women 50 and older plan the next steps in their personal and professional lives.

When Hurricane Sandy struck the eastern United States on Oct. 29, 2012, Transition Network Executive Director Betsy Werley and her four employees had to scramble to find a plan to keep the business open.

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November 26, 2012

More employees are using their own smart phones, iPad and other electronic devices for work purposes—even though this practice could expose companies to financial, legal and other types of risks, experts said.

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June 26, 2012

The sluggish U.S. economy is prompting more American corporations to look overseas to find new markets and boost profits. But these companies should plan carefully before they open overseas offices and hire local workers to staff them, human resources experts warn.

That’s because the business of human resources—finding qualified workers, hiring them, and providing salary and benefits—can vary greatly from country to country, experts say. And unless companies have a sound human resources strategy ready before leaping into a foreign country, they could fail.

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December 20, 2010