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How to develop your career in HR

Posted on Jun 4, 2019 11:00:00 AM by John Duval

As an HR leader, you’re accustomed to helping others develop their skill sets and ascend through the ranks of their chosen career paths. Thanks to your education and experience, you know how to provide the right guidance and support to ensure members of your workforce meet their professional objectives. But what about your own career advancement?

Like the adage, “the cobbler’s children have no shoes,” it’s not uncommon for HR professionals to find themselves so busy assisting others that they have little energy left to focus on their own next steps. While you may have an idea of what you’d like to do, career planning often falls to the wayside when other tasks consume your time and brainpower.

To help you get on track toward your goals, here are several HR career development tips:

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5 common HR manager interview questions and how they can guide your career

Posted on May 7, 2019 11:00:00 AM by John Duval

As an HR expert, your hiring decisions often hinge on a candidate’s performance in their job interview — especially when they’re applying for a leadership position. However, when it comes to your own career advancement, it can be challenging to determine what to say.

But, as you know, taking the time to research popular interview questions and rehearse thoughtful responses ahead of time can increase your chances of earning a coveted leadership position.

Whether you’re currently interviewing for a new role or simply considering pursuing new opportunities in the future, here are several popular HR manager interview questions and tips for formulating the best responses:

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5 Signs it's time for an HR Manager to move to a new company

Posted on Apr 9, 2019 11:00:00 AM by John Duval

Working in human resources is an enriching and rewarding career that allows you to make a meaningful impact on your workplace and its employees every day. However, being an HR leader isn’t without its challenges — like having a front-row seat to employee layoffs or navigating complex labor laws.

But while some of the obstacles you face are common among most professionals in the field, grappling with other, more serious frustrations may suggest its time to consider seeking opportunities with a new employer.

Here are a few signs it might be time to take your HR expertise elsewhere:

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