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Stacy Pollack

Stacy Pollack is an Organizational Development professional with a passion for improving the workplace. She began her career in recruitment and quickly fell in love with training, coaching, and human resources. Her very first job was as a gymnastics coach. Connect with her on LinkedIn, Twitter, or at www.stacypollack.com

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How To Manage Employer Branding Through COVID-19

A branding expert gives 3 tips to help your business uplift its brand during COVID-19

How Companies Are Taking Care of Employees During COVID-19

Two companies share concrete steps they’ve taken to help their employees live and work during a pandemic.

Scaling Up Your Small Business’s Culture

Having the right culture is vital for your company. Here’s how to scale it as you scale your business.

7 Steps to Creating an Employee Rotation Program

Here are the benefits of job rotation in the workplace — and how you can create a program for your employees.

3 Signs That You’re Burned Out, And What to Do About It

Learning to exist in this new COVID-19 world can cause mental exhaustion with your work and personal life. Here are signs to look for which may indicate you’re burning out and need to switch gears.

Want to Stay Mindful During Quarantine? Here’s What One Expert Advises

To those who don’t have a mindfulness practice — now may be the best time to begin one.

How to Do a Reference Check the Right Way

Reference checks can provide additional information about a candidate’s history and qualifications, and how to best support them if you choose to hire them.

What is Talent Management, and How is it Different From HR?

Talent management is a function within HR and can help attract, develop, and retain your workforce.

Virtual Meetings: Making Them Productive and Engaging

How do you lead an effective virtual meeting and draw people in to participate?

Virtual Onboarding Checklist For Remote Employees

If you’ve hired some new team members, you can take care of their onboarding process virtually as long as you have the right plan of action, coordination, and tools.