Category: MHRM

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Meeting new people can be intimidating. Even for folks who have committed their careers to working directly with people every day as Human Resource professionals. So how do you help 40+ strangers get acquainted with each other and become comfortable working together? You bus them out to the woods and facilitate as they solve a series of challenges and push themselves out of their comfort zones. That's right…
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Welcome to the Fisher Grad Life Blog!
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...but the years are short.
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As my MHRM journey comes to a close, I've found myself spending a lot of time in my head reflecting over what the the last two years have meant for me. But because you only ever hear from me, I wanted to give a voice to some of my classmates. Below, graduating MHRM students share some of their fondest memories in the MHRM program.
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The million-dollar question: Should I go directly from undergrad to grad school, or should I work first?