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Wishing you a wonderful Christmas!



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We wish you happy holidays and a joyous start to the upcoming year.

As the end of the year nears, it’s time to look back, reflect, and move forward. After a trying year for many in the HR industry, we hope you join us in reaffirming our commitment to building workplaces that celebrate teamwork, talent, and togetherness.

May the holiday season bring you joy and inspiration for both your personal and professional life, and may 2017 be your best year yet!

For those of you who would like to continue getting their fix of HR related reading, please find below some of our top stories for this festive season.

1. 2016: A year for digitising HR, tackling Pokémon Go, and banning jargon

2. 2016’s most common resume mistakes

3. The six party goers you might meet this holiday season

4. The holiday season is the most popular time for taking MC

5. 53% of staff use work time for online holiday shopping

6. 10 cringeworthy things managers have done at holiday parties

7. 75% of companies are planning to give out holiday bonuses in 2016

8. To gift or not to gift? That is the question

9. 48.5% have to pay for their own Christmas parties this year

10. 11 HR predictions for the coming year

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