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Re: Are You A Human Resource?

James The Jovial Jester ·
What if indeed!. Where I work, some valuable staff went from being potential members of a team of excellence to being mere call centre staff in the space of 6 months. People who were proud of their jobs and performance now consider themselves to be mere cogs in a machine, little appreciated and as such, no longer perform at their best and want out. All of this because of one manager who, to quote his own words. "Had his eye on those staff for some time, as they were achievers." He did not...
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Re: Are You A Human Resource?

You are absolutely right Ted. It is a clinical and judgemental term for what should be the backbone to any organisation. It defines 'humans' as a replicable resource. But we all are unique and the skill for any organisation is to recognise what part of us makes us valuable.
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Re: Are You A Human Resource?

Steven ·
"TK421, why aren't you at your post?"
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Re: Are You A Human Resource?

James The Jovial Jester ·
The post is finished sir I'm on to book keeping now
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Are You A Human Resource?

Ted O'Neill ·
Is it any wonder that there is no job loyalty these days?   For most companies, a department called "Human Resources" manages your "benefits" and explains your contract with the company.  As a human resource, I suppose that your...
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10 awesome social media resources for non-profits

Rosemary O'Neill ·
I've recently been preparing a seminar on the subject of social media  for a local group of non-profits.  I'll be talking about how to leverage social tools to bring the online conversation home, which is all the more important when you're...
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Revamping Knowledge Base & Resources for Hoop.la

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Greetings everyone! We're planning to update, edit, and improve the resources, tips, and knowledge base articles for Hoop.la. There is a lot of information here, but I've gotten feedback that it can be hard to find exactly what you need. I also have plans to include more visual/mini-webinar type content on different subjects. The first one coming is about how to get closer to your members by creating member segments using a combination of Circles, Recipes, and Custom Profile Fields. It'll be...
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Re: Revamping Knowledge Base & Resources for Hoop.la

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Just to follow up on this...we have the first baby step live already...you can see the new Resources page has the first webinar/video live! The next one should be ready by the end of this week. It is a how-to video for adding an image carousel/slider/rotator to your community. We did the mad scientist experimenting, so you don't have to! Along with the video, we'll include a TIp with the step-by-step instructions. Remember, we're taking requests for the next one(s)!
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Re: Revamping Knowledge Base & Resources for Hoop.la

neil ·
Thanks for the image rotater help! Much needed. Would love to see CSS tips and examples in the Knowledge base. Context sensitive help is always appreciated — rollover helps that link to the KB. Better descriptions of each option in the theme editor. Visuals would be nice there.
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Re: Revamping Knowledge Base & Resources for Hoop.la

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Hi @neil ! I think it might be a good idea to make a CSS area in the KB, or to somehow mark the CSS tips within the tips area so they're easier to find. I may also go through and update the subject lines for those so it's easier to know what the code is supposed to do. Good input! I think there is a suggestion in the queue for adding more context to the theme editor, but I wonder if it would also be helpful to have a tip on how to find the class names for things in the UI (using the...
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Re: Revamping Knowledge Base & Resources for Hoop.la

neil ·
Hey Rosemary, thanks for the reply. Any and all CSS help is always appreciated. I'm not sure what your "typical" customer looks like, but I know from being part of the support forums (since forever) that there are a fair number of us who wear many hats within our organizations and aren't purely "webmasters" by job description, educational background, or training. I use the INSPECTOR tool all the time, but it's great to be able to get help in the support forums when I get stumped.
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