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2014

September – Employees Gone Wild

April – Internship Season is Almost Here Do You Know the New Wage and Hour Rules?

March – EEO Laws Should Make Us All Better Managers

February – Would All the Perfect People Please Stand Up

January – We’re Baaaaack and More Focused

2013

February – Your Only Competitive Advantage – Your People

January – Are We Managing Talent or Stifling It?

2012

August – I’m Going to Write You Up

June – Ray’s Story – A Wage and Hour Saga

April – Bob’s Common Sense Theory On Leadership

February – Don’t be Complacent When it Comes to Compliance

January – Optimism is Flowing

2011

October – UH OH!! Turnover is Starting to Rear Its Ugly Head Again.

May – Small Business Week and Government Agencies are Being a Grinch

April – I Want it All and I Want it Now!!

March – Leadership Essentials

February – Where’s the Leadership Fad?

January – Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Diversity: Where does it end???

2010

December – It is That Time of The Year

November – The Department of Labor is on a Mission. You have to be Careful Out There

September – Following the Crowd is a Good Way to get Lost in it

August – Customer Service Is Your Competitive Advantage

June – Social Networking – Be Careful out There

April – Is That a Light in The Tunnel?

January – What’s Your Theme Song?

2009

December – 2009 Was Definitely a Murphy Year

August – Swine Flu Preparations – Knowledge of Risk is the Best Course of Action

July – Are Rising Healthcare Costs Making You Sick?

June – Diversity – Who Cares?

May – Why the Huge Increase in Discrimination Charges?

April – EEOC Charges at a Record High

March – Eaten Any Brains Lately??

February – Just Trying to Keep Up with All of the Changes

January – Compliance Update Handbooks Need Updating Too

2008

December – Employee Free Choice Act – Not a Free Choice at All

November – The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act Clarified

October – Effective Handbooks Save Time and Money

September – Negating the Nattering Nabobs of Negativism

August – What’s Your People Plan

July – Human Resources Strange But True People Stories

June – HR Compliance Issues at the Forefront

May – Performance Management Never Stops

April – Don’t Make Tough Times Tougher

March – What Ever Happened to the Personal Touch?

January – Commitment

2007

December – It’s That Time of Year Again

November – HR Hot Topic #3 – Immigration

September – HR Hot Topic #2 – Controlling the Cost of Medical Benefits

August – HR Hot Topic #1 Recruitment and Retention

July – What’s the Buzz Word?

June – Strategic Human Resources is Not an Oxymoron

May – Is It Really a Hostile Work Environment?

April – What happens after a new employee is hired?

March – Shift Happens

February – Imagine

January – Discrimination & Harassment

2006

December – IT’S BEEN A HECK OF A YEAR

November –

October – The Why Label Generation Y?

September – The World of Recruitment Has Changed

August – Keep Your “A” Players

July – Traits of a High Performance Workplace

June – Is a Mediocre Employee Better Than No Employee?

May – The Compliance Vultures are Circling – Are You Prepared?

April – Is Administrivia Keeping HR from Getting a Seat at the Table?

March – Agreeing to Disagree or Avoiding the Subject

February – Happy Valentine’s Day

January – Be a Talent Magnet and a Talent Utilizer

2005

December – End of the Year Things to Be Thankful For

October – Have the Candidates Recruit You

September – Business Dress – A Very Important Career Decision

August – Set the Foundation, Communicate Expectations and Get Out of the Way

July – New Hire – Potential Superstar or Potential Lawsuit – You Decide

June – Discrimination Charges – Should You be Concerned?

May – Negating the Nattering Nabobs of Negativism

April – Are You Ready for the Minimum Wage Backlash?

March – Employee Retention – Harness the Energy of Your New Hires

February – The Wage and Hour Division is Keeping Enforcement Promises

January – Effective Performance Management Systems Can Be A Competitive Advantage

2004

December – End of the Year Things to Be Thankful For

October – Recruitment Metrics – Are You Measuring the Right Stuff?

September – Do Machines Mean More Than People?

August – Employment At Will – What Does It Really Mean?

July – CUSTOMER SERVICE AT ITS WORST

June – NEW WAGE & HOUR RULES – “A BIG SOMETHNG”

May – NEW WAGE & HOUR RULES – ALMOST A BIG NOTHING

April – Is It Really a Hostile Work Environment?

March – TRAINING – Ya Gotta Believe

February – The Potential of People

January – Keeping Your Good People Makes You Look Better

2003

December – INCENTIVES – YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR

November – Knowledge is the Key to Avoiding Employee Issue

October – The Four Tenets of a High Performance Workforce

September – WORKPLACE VIOLENCE BE CAREFUL OUT THERE

August – Are Your Employees Committed, Compliant, or Complacent?

July – When Support Runs Downhill Solutions Run Uphill

June – Lessons From the Training Leaders

May – Generic Handbooks are for Generic Companies

April – Motivation – a Matter of TRUST

March – Exit Interviews – Get the Real Reasons for Employee Resignations

February – Sobering Statistics on Wage and Hour Litigation

January – Performance Appraisals – This Isn’t High School Anymore

2002

December – Deal with Difficult People by Measuring Performance

November – Bad Behavior by Managers Can Be Costly

October – Electronic Communications – Productivity Boom or Bust

September – Are You Still Managing by Folklore?

August – It is Not Fair for a Company to Pay for Substandard Work

July – Discipline – It’s Easy When You Have the Facts

June – Don’t let poor performers bring down your “A” players.

April – Give our Employees the Knowledge to Succeed

March – Minimize Employee Issues by Creating a Positive Work Environment 

February – McKenzie & Company and Achieve Global Collaborate to Support Local Businesses and Economic Development

January –Why Do Some People Still Not Get It?

2001

December – It Has Been a Tough Year – Don’t Make It Tough on Your People

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From now on I’ll call you Sensei.  You have helped me quite a bit over the past year.  Now, before doing anything, I ask myself, “What would sensei (you) do?  Thanks for your guidance and support.
Dee-Ann Kekahuna, Chief Human Resources Manager, Major Hospital in Hawaii