Joined 4 years ago from Baltimore, MD
I am a driven, experienced, proactive, client-focused HR professional and I currently work as a Sr. Compensation Analyst.
I earned the Professional in Human Resources certification in December 2012. I earned B.A. in Management from Hood College and an M.S. degree in Human Resource Development from Towson University. I pride myself on being a lifelong learner who actively seeks knowledge opportunities every moment of every day.
2 years ago
This article defines the "social loafing" tendency in work teams, and provides practical ways to prevent and eliminate the tendency.
2 years ago
This article will discuss one possible remedy to the gender pay gap—comparable worth—as well as the different types of job analysis, job evaluations, and how these practices can help to contribute to making pay equity between men and women a reality.
2 months ago
This article will cover what you need to know when integrating external info to your Human Resource Information System.
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