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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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How to Make Your Workplace Friendly for Parents

A family-friendly work culture benefits everyone. Here's how your small business can support expectant and working parents.

How to Choose a Human Resources Information System (HRIS) for Your Company

Having an HRIS can help remove tedious HR tasks, ease the organization of data, and give companies ways to better manage their talent and create a lasting user experience for its people.

How Managers Can Spot Employee Burnout

A variety of factors can lead to employee burnout, including stress caused by managers. Here’s what you can do to prevent burning out employees.

Soft Skills: Your Secret Weapon for Small Business Success

What are soft skills, and why are they important for your small business success?

4 Ways AI is Shaping the Future of HR and Hiring in 2020

Check out these ways AI is helping HR professionals optimize their time

Mindfulness at Work: What It Is, and How You Can Get Started Today

Reduce stress, improve productivity, and create a greater sense of purpose with a mindfulness program at work.

Work Dress Code: What It Says About Your Business

Do you really need a suit to be considered serious? 

How to Help Your Employees Return From Disability Leave

Do you have an employee that went on disability leave? Here's what to do when they return to work

5 Ways to Improve Employee Development and Foster Learning at Work (With Infographic)

Many workers appreciate employers who invest in their learning and talent development. We have tips on how to start offering these benefits.

Work Perks: What Your Employees Want in 2020

Almost half of job seekers weigh in on work perks before accepting a job offer. Great work perks can make all the difference.