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John Bernatovicz

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October 15, 2020

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John Bernatovicz

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October 9, 2020

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John Bernatovicz

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September 30, 2020

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John Bernatovicz

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September 23, 2020

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Willory Team

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March 19, 2020

What “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” Means for HR Departments

When you were building your plans for 2020, did you think about paid leave would impact your department? You probably gave it some thought, especially if you were near the threshold of 50 employees, but, likely, you didn’t spend too much energy because you were already in compliance.

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Holly Hall

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December 29, 2017

7 Steps for a Highly Effective HR Audit

You’ve decided that it’s time… you need to take the important step of auditing functions within your HR department. So what now? It takes time, discipline, and the objective human resources to conduct a thorough audit and it starts with understanding your objectives. Do you want to do a full-audit of all HR functions or be more specific?  No matter what the extend of your audit is, reviewing the current state is a necessary first step. As an HR consultant with expertise in the field of HR audits, I have found there are seven defined steps to follow to achieve a successful audit.

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Christine Peters

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November 21, 2017

HR Tech – It’s Not Just for HR Anymore

While sunny Las Vegas provided the backdrop for this year’s HR Tech, I actually came out ahead in Vegas with a windfall of knowledge. And it wasn’t just about HR. This event is all  about trends in the marketplace featuring demo products from varied aspects of the HR technology landscape. It’s here we learn how others solved their business problems with HR technology. And of course there was the added win with the unique chance to network with over 9,000 attending consultants, vendors, and practitioners.

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Bridgette Klein

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September 12, 2017

Establishing an Open and Award-Winning Culture

For the third year in a row Willory has been awarded a spot on the NorthCoast 99, which recognizes workplaces in Northeast Ohio dedicated to developing top talent. This year Willory was awarded the “challenging and meaningful work” category winner. We are honored and humbled to receive this award again and it is with that humility that we present a series examining how Willory has created an award-winning culture.

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Laura Maike

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September 7, 2017

Three Questions to Ask about Your Recruiting Process

After completing a recent Recruiting Analysis (Willory’s newest service you can learn about by clicking here), a startling realization hit me: majority of companies are having trouble recruiting and retaining employees because their entire recruiting strategy isn’t properly aligned with the hiring organization’s goals. The result?  A painfully long and arduous process to fill job orders and when they are filled… the right person might not be the “winner,” producing high turnover.

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John Bernatovicz

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August 22, 2017

Feels like the second time...speaking at DisruptHR that is

Imagine a world where different generations truly understand one another. A world where rainbow unicorns run rampant, and maybe if you imagine hard enough a world where MTV still plays music. For five brief minutes at DisruptHR that was the world I encouraged the crowd to believe.

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