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19 Tricks to Start the New Year Right

After the first week of the new year, are you keeping your resolutions? Or have you already fell off the wagon? Whether your resolutions were to stay away from the fridge or read more, we have you covered. These 19 pieces of fantastic content have everything thing you need from staying positive to the graphic design trends to watch out for this year. Never miss out on great posts by following us on Twitter or liking our page on Facebook!


Why HR is Important – Even for Startups | Maren Hogan on Marenated

Vitru Values Series: How Much Support Does Your Team Need? | Ryan Mead on Vitru

Quality of Hire: So Much More Than a Metric | Sara Pollock on ClearCompany

Relationships, Adventures and Babies: New Year’s Resolutions of a Newbie PR Practitioner | Noelle Murphy on Marenated

How to Conquer Misconceptions and Trust New Hires | Christine Marino on Click Boarding

Employee Compensation Perception: How It Affects Retention | Chris Arringdale on Reviewsnap

5 Interview Skills Every Interviewer Should Have in 2016 | Mark Jackson on Visibility Software

Hiring the Right Person for the Job is Impossible if You Miss This | Maren Hogan on Social-Hire

Cut Out Confusion with Better Retirement Planning Communication | Eric Abts on The Olson Group

Value Series: How to Manage a Team Player | Ryan Mead on Vitru

Why Everyone Should Be a Traveling Medical Pro At Least Once | John Maaske on Triage

3 Graphic Design Trends to Watch in 2016 | Kyle Christensen on Marenated

Ready to Promote an Employee? Read This First | Sean Pomeroy on Recruiter.com

Why Search Engine Marketing Needs to be Part of Your Overall Strategy | Eric Foutch on Marenated

The ROI Calculator for Real-Time Feedback | Michael Heller on iRevu

Candidates, Picking the Right Ones, Positivity & You | Laura Kukulan on ClearCompany

Why Ancillary Benefits Are Still Important | Tim Olson on Employee Benefits Advisor

Emerging Workforce Trends and How You Recruit for Them | Sean Pomeroy on Business2Community

Performance Management is in Need of a Rude Awakening | Chris Arringdale on Business2Community