I know it’s been more than a minute of lag time since my last episode, but November was a tough month. Actually the whole fall felt like a three ring circus.
There was not only a lot going on with the day-job, but a lot going on personally which I won’t bore you with. What also impacted so many of us here in B.C. is another series of natural disasters with intense flooding. Once again, many people and animals were displaced, had their properties destroyed and more importantly, lost their lives. It has been devastating.
Now, for today’s episode, as you may have guessed from the title, I am wrapping up Season 2 and taking a little break till early 2022. It has been an incredible year and I am so grateful that so many people enjoyed the podcast. Remember, if you haven't already, please click the subscribe button wherever you are listening and consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts, Podbean or a recommendation on my LinkedIn page.
I have four great questions I am going to answer that I think will be helpful to those of you just starting out in your HR career and those of you who may have a little bit more experience.
Here are the four listener questions I answer on this episode:
Is there a future in HR?
Does my HR credentials and education need updating over time? Does my degree lose value?
How do I figure out who to contact for an Informational Interview?
How do I kick start my HR career?
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