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.
These 9 Small Companies Offer Cool and Enticing Benefits. You Can, Too
Employee Benefits

These 9 Small Companies Offer Cool and Enticing Benefits. You Can, Too

Airline travel as an employee benefit? A vacation budget plus paid time of? A weekly employee lunch? Bet you wish you worked there.
Are Your Childcare Benefits Outdated? Here's How To Fix Them.
Child Care

Are Your Childcare Benefits Outdated? Here's How To Fix Them.

As the definition of "parenthood" continues to change, organizations are beginning to see this isn't an issue only women face.
These 8 Companies Know the Impact of Supporting Mental Health in the Workplace
Mental Health

These 8 Companies Know the Impact of Supporting Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental health issues like depression and addiction impact employee performance. What is your company doing to help?
5 Stories That Will Make You Rethink Your Leadership Style
Take It From The Pros

5 Stories That Will Make You Rethink Your Leadership Style

CEOs speak candidly of times they fumbled on the job, and what they learned in the process.
Why 'Vacation-Shaming' Hurts You More Than Your Employees
Vacations

Why 'Vacation-Shaming' Hurts You More Than Your Employees

A culture where employees don't feel free to take a vacation has a lot of negative implications -- including the company's very survival.
Why the 'Snowflake Test' is a Big, Big Hiring Mistake (and What to Do Instead)
Hiring Employees

Why the 'Snowflake Test' is a Big, Big Hiring Mistake (and What to Do Instead)

You should be figuring out how job candidates think and problem-solve, not where their political beliefs lie.
When Do You Stop Protecting a Superstar?
Toxic Employees

When Do You Stop Protecting a Superstar?

The Bill O'Reilly case highlights the widespread damage that even a media star can wreak.
Employees With Infertility Are Leaving. How These 11 Companies Entice Them to Stay.
health benefits

Employees With Infertility Are Leaving. How These 11 Companies Entice Them to Stay.

Infertility continues to be a taboo topic but some companies are beginning to bring it into the open and to support the employees struggling with it.
How These Entrepreneurs Managed Team Dynamics As Their Companies Grew
Managing Teams

How These Entrepreneurs Managed Team Dynamics As Their Companies Grew

Often, it's easy for a small startup team to work together effectively. It's only when the company grows that the troubles begin.
Why Poor Employee Development Is a Mistake You Can't Afford
Employee Training

Why Poor Employee Development Is a Mistake You Can't Afford

Employee development needs to take place in a welcoming, collaborative environment. That way, everyone learns.
Done Correctly, Your Internship Program Could Generate Serious Cash
Inspiring Your Team

Done Correctly, Your Internship Program Could Generate Serious Cash

Five reasons you should see these young up-and-comers as more than mere coffee fetchers.
Why You Need to Focus on Diversity Before It's Too Late
Workplace Diversity

Why You Need to Focus on Diversity Before It's Too Late

Take a lesson from what happened at Uber.
Warning! Are You Hindering Your Employees' Creativity?
Innovation

Warning! Are You Hindering Your Employees' Creativity?

Four ways to keep innovation alive as your company grows
Being a Trusted Leader: What You Need to Know As Your Company Grows
Trust

Being a Trusted Leader: What You Need to Know As Your Company Grows

The first step is to avoid any "us. vs. them" mentality.
6 Overlooked Ways Small Companies Can Compete for Big Talent
Inspiring Your Team

6 Overlooked Ways Small Companies Can Compete for Big Talent

Sure, you can't attract talent with salaries matching those of the tech giant down the street. But you may have something of value that tech giant will never have.
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