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The HR Market is on Fire!

The Human Resources Team at AccruePartners is having an incredible month! Several of our most progressive HR clients are expanding their teams and adding strength to their HR platforms.  What we see is a commitment to driving business operations through stronger employee programs, engagement and processes.

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Another Bring Your Pet to Work Day!

June 24th is National Bring Your Pet to Work Day and we are so excited to participate again this year! Created in 1999 by Pet Sitters International, our office really enjoys bringing in all our pets for some fun, treats and contests. Always a big hit with our office, contest winners of “Most Likely to be a Ceo” and “Office Flirt” took home $25 gift certificates to PetSmart!

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Compensation – It Goes Beyond a Salary

What do you think of when you hear compensation? Does the word salary come to mind? Do you often use the two interchangeably, as if they defined the same thing? Theeverygirl.com explains how this is far from the truth and why you should know the difference. There is much more beyond salary when it comes to “compensation,” as it’s only one part. Compensation provides other “perks,” aside from salary, that can glorify your position and the company you work for. They’re “add-ons” that are just as important as salary itself.

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Grit – What It Takes To Succeed in the Workplace

What attributes lead to your success in the workplace? Would you consider yourself diligent? Ambitious? Passionate? According to UnstuckCommunity.com, these qualities definitely help, but they can’t make a full impact without another ingredient: determination to get things done — in a word, grit. Grit is a positive personality trait that can improve your chances to succeed in the workplace, and it can be developed over time. It is ones perseverance and passion for long-term goals.READ MORE

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Messed Up at Work? Here’s How to Handle it…

It’s inevitable that at some point you’re going to disappoint your colleagues or boss. Whether it’s a small or big “mess up,” we’re all human and these things happen. However, how you handle owning up to your mistake can really make or break your professional reputation within your office. The Harvard Business Review explains how to handle these types of situations with eight straight forward, yet simple, steps that can help rebuild your credibility when running into a major issue in the workplace.

  1. Act Fast 
  2. Prepare Emotionally for the Conversation
  3. Practice
  4. Take Face-to-Face
  5. Tell it Like it is
  6. Apologize
  7. Suggest a Path Forward
  8. Stop Overpromising

Dive further into these eight steps here, on the Harvard Business Review’s webpage and be fully prepared if a “mess up” ever happens to you!