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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

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A Guide on the Average Cost of Employee Benefits

Learn about the costs of the most popular employee benefits to build a package that your employees will value and that fits your budget.

How to Create Better Boundaries While Working From Home

Learn what boundaries are, why they're important, and how to establish healthy ones while working from home.

What Is Job Sharing, and How Can It Help Attract and Retain Talent?

Flexible work arrangements — such as job sharing — can be an important tool for hiring and retention.

10 Top HR Podcasts to Listen to in 2021

Check out these 10 podcasts that cover different aspects of the HR world.

How to Fill Out a W-4 Form (and an Overview of What It Is)

Employees fill out a W-4 form so employers know how much money to withhold from each paycheck for federal tax purposes.

HR Headaches: When and How Should I Tell My Employer That I’m Pregnant?

Sharing your pregnancy news with your boss and colleagues can be anxiety inducing. Here are some tips to guide you through the process.

HR Headaches: My Employer Doesn’t Conduct Performance Reviews

If your company doesn’t have a performance review process in place, follow these tips to ask for feedback.

How to Write a Head of People Operations Job Posting

Are you looking for a new Head of People Operations? If yes, we have some great tips and advice to help you

Why Your Business Should Care About People Operations

There's no denying that more and more organizations are starting to understand how valuable having a specialized department for people operations can be

Empower Employees to Become More Independent With Completing HR Tasks

Follow these 5 steps to empower your employees to look for answers themselves.