Heather R. Huhman

Heather R. Huhman

Career and Workplace Expert; Founder and President, Come Recommended
Waldorf, Md.-based Heather R. Huhman is a career expert, experienced hiring manager and president of Come Recommended, a content-marketing and digital-PR consultancy for job-search and human-resources technologies. She is the author of Lies, Damned Lies & Internships and #ENTRYLEVELtweet: Taking Your Career from Classroom to Cubicle.
Watch Out! These 4 HR Tool Mistakes Will Cost You.
Inspiring Your Team

Watch Out! These 4 HR Tool Mistakes Will Cost You.

Many small business leaders continue to face major issues when choosing their HR tools. And the result is often costly.
5 Ways to Integrate Employee Autonomy Into Your Culture
Autonomy

5 Ways to Integrate Employee Autonomy Into Your Culture

Go ahead, empower your staffers to work on their own. Then watch them thrive.
Stop Holding on: It's Time to Let Employees You Like Go
Firing

Stop Holding on: It's Time to Let Employees You Like Go

When multiple employees are complaining about a co-worker -- even one you really like -- that's an unmistakable red flag.
4 Companies Share How to Instill Hope in Employees
Inspiring Your Team

4 Companies Share How to Instill Hope in Employees

One CEO pushed initiatives without sharing the company vision. That caused employees to doubt her. So, she changed.
How to Know It's Time to Add an HR Department
Business Moving Forward

How to Know It's Time to Add an HR Department

HR activities at startups are often reactive in nature instead of proactive. That leaves gaps in the system.
4 Ways Technology Improves the Human Resources (and Human) Experience
hr tech

4 Ways Technology Improves the Human Resources (and Human) Experience

Automation leaves more time for human interaction, and we all need that, right?
4 Tips to Make Sure Your Company's Vacation Schedule Doesn't End up a Hot Mess
Vacations

4 Tips to Make Sure Your Company's Vacation Schedule Doesn't End up a Hot Mess

If you have multiple employees taking PTO simultaneously, what do you do? In a word, "prepare."
4 Gamification Platforms That Show Why You Can't Afford to Ignore This Trend
Gamification

4 Gamification Platforms That Show Why You Can't Afford to Ignore This Trend

Companies are letting their employees play "games," to explore new roles and get the latest on personal healthcare trends.
4 Actions to Help You Get the Employees You Need Now
Inspiring Your Team

4 Actions to Help You Get the Employees You Need Now

One employer couldn't find the technical skills he needed, but he could find something else: a willingness to learn.
4 Ways to Contain HR Costs Without Impacting the Employee Experience
Business Moving Forward

4 Ways to Contain HR Costs Without Impacting the Employee Experience

Targeted moves, like adopting peer-to-peer bonus programs and going paperless, can cut costs, with your employees' blessing.
Stop Chasing College Graduates Away: Instead, Employ These 4 Tips
Inspiring Your Team

Stop Chasing College Graduates Away: Instead, Employ These 4 Tips

No experience? No problem. By carefully mentoring these new hires, you may be amazed at what great employees they become.
Wearables and Wellness at Work: It's Not Just a Trend
Wearables

Wearables and Wellness at Work: It's Not Just a Trend

Companies that use wearable fitness tools have lower healthcare costs. Their employees can battle depression and lose weight.
4 Reasons Employees Need to be Involved in Your Hiring Process
Hiring Employees

4 Reasons Employees Need to be Involved in Your Hiring Process

For most job-seekers, the opportunity to interact with the team they'll be joining is an important one.
Why a C-Suite Shakeup Is Exactly What Your Company Needs
C-Suite

Why a C-Suite Shakeup Is Exactly What Your Company Needs

Sometimes, founders are smart enough to step aside for new C-suite-ers who'll scale the company better than they could.
Are You Missing Talent That's Right Under Your Nose?
Employee Recruitment

Are You Missing Talent That's Right Under Your Nose?

If you're seeking a great hire, consider a setting like a holiday party, or jury duty or . . . a Spam festival.
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