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Umesh Chaudhary

I prefer to answer question(s) related to Human Resource processes, career development and counseling.

Pankaj Bhargava

Questions related to choice of career, inter-personal issues at the workplace, performance management issues, structure issues, compensation structuring issues, culture building issues, linking HR with org. strategy

Brian Phillips

Foreign and US university students -*PLEASE*- DO NOT waste your time asking for my opinions, comments or analysis of your homework questions. Homework questions are not answered and are rejected. I am happy to help answer questions asked by employees and employers regarding United States based state and Federal wage and hour, OT, Fair labor standards, FMLA, COBRA, Recruiting, Interviewing techniques, employee manuals, discipline, terminations/quits, unemployment, HRIS rollout, Employee Leasing or Staffing company cost analysis, day to day scenarios, work situations and more. Essentially a well rounded HR generalist who operates Harvis, Inc., a human resource consulting and service business based in Northeastern Pennsylvania "NEPA".

Mark Eichinger

Any type of question related to domestic and international Human Resources work. My H.R. passions include Compensation design and systems in competitive markets, Health and Safety in Industrial Environments, Performance Management, Talent Management (Hiring, Selection, Employee Development, Compensation, Creating Space, etc.), Communications, Coaching, Counseling, Leadership, and Management. Questions I cannot answer: I am sure there are questions within these categories that I may not be able to answer but my experience below would suggest those would be few.

Jim Dromsky

I can answer questions relating to Management/Executive recruitment, retention and development. How to's relating to Organizational Development, Training, Succession planning, Management assessment and when to go outside instead of promoting from within. Additionally, questions on performance based compensation incentives, employment law, harassment, etc.

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2017-03-18 Mentioning Surgery During the Interview Process:

There is no legal question that could be asked (unless the position requires physical exertion) that would result in you discussing an upcoming procedure.  Should the interview go well and offer should

2017-02-18 Unclear Job Duties/Untenable Boss:

Jane  You have been living with this for over a year.  Things aint going to change without you taking some action.  If conversations with your boss dont work.  Time to make a job change.  Given your current

2017-02-17 Online applications with work/ graduation dates required:

Hi Thea,    I hope you are not limiting your job search to JPL and in general working for the government.  I visited the site govtjobs/JPL, I do understand the process.      And I am staying with my previous

2017-02-17 Online applications with work/ graduation dates required:

Thanks for your question Thea.    I am not so sure I completely understand your situation, but see if this helps. If I have missed let me know and clarify for me.      Develop a good CV. You can do so

2017-01-30 Calculation of work hours within a year:

Becky,    The Bi-monthly  pay cycles  ( 24/ year)  are always a pain.  Bi-weekly  ( 26 checks)  is much easier for employers as it basically cuts "weekly (52) checks  in half  - and is half the work of

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