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Top 5 HR Articles of the Month - July '19 Edition


1. 4 Ways Small Businesses Can Attract and Retain Young Talent

"The global work demography is gradually shifting to young people. To attract the right talent, you must create an environment that allows them to express their creativity while still learning from more established co-workers. "

by Toby Nwazor at


2. The Benefits Of Developing Your Employees Over Managing Them

"Managing and micromanaging stifles creativity. Instead, give your people enough freedom and leeway that they can perform their work as well as try new things regularly without worrying about stepping out of bounds (...) Who knows what other marketable or efficiency-boosting ideas they'll come up with?"

by William Craig at


3. The Case for Hiring More Full Time Workers

"Full-time work results in less-stressed workers. Americans are among the most stressed people in the world. Recent research shows that anxiety levels among gig workers are nearly twice as high as those among people whose primary income comes from traditional work arrangements."

by Adam Roseman at


4. How to be Successful in a Toxic Culture

"Learn to separate yourself from what others are doing and focus on what you stand for. Check yourself often to make sure the things you’re doing fit with your values and aren’t just going with the flow. Keep your distance from activities you don’t respect unless you feel your voice can make a difference (...)"

by Lolly Daskal at


5. 10 Things to Say Instead of Good Job

"(...) sometimes, the only thing that comes out of my mouth is "good job!" This is a lovely thing to say, but it's not very specific, and it's not very helpful. Sure, it's praise (and unspecific praise is better than no praise--as long as it's honest), but it would be better if we thought through what we are saying a little bit more."

by Suzanne Lucas at

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Meta4, with 1,300 customers in 100 countries, manages more than 18 million people worldwide. The company’s R&D&I center located in Spain (Madrid) develops HR applications capable of meeting local and global needs of all types of organizations. The editorial team is made up of professionals with over 15 years of experience in the HR technology field.

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