Our way of saying “Thanks!”

November 19, 2012 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

Thanksgiving is this week, and we want to take a moment to thank you—our valued readers—for reading this blog.

Each week, you check in to read insightful articles on how to develop and lead a stronger human resources department, and we appreciate your readership.

As a show of appreciation, we’re offering you these special reports—and more—at no cost:

  • 10 Tasks to Start Delegating Today
  • Vacation Planning Worksheet
  • How to Say “No”
  • Take a Positive Approach to Employee Complaints

Simply visit www.OrganizedExecutive.com, click on “Free Reports” in the navigation bar and gain access to 10 totally free special reports that will guide you to be a stronger, more productive, employee, co-worker and manager!

While you’re there, check out this month’s Focus On Motivation section to learn tricks for motivating staff.

Also, visit The Organized Executive’s Blog  to read the recent post “Fighting bah humbug: Driving employee motivation in stressful times.” Subscribe to the RSS feed and you’ll never miss a post!

We’re taking a few days off for the holiday. We’ll post the next article for Raising the HR Bar on 11/26.

Until then, best wishes to you and your loved ones for a very happy Thanksgiving!

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