There is always a piece of advice that someone gives you. It could be when you are growing up, graduating from school, starting a career or getting into a leadership position.

Each year Kentucky companies of all sizes complete the application process to compete to be one of the one hundred to make the Best Places to Work in Kentucky list. Winners from across the state are selected in three categories:

A vast amount of advice is available on how to ace interviews, but far less is written about how to be a good interviewer. Most people do not interview job candidates often, and, as result, they do not do it well.

Our nation’s opioid crisis has been described as the deadliest drug epidemic in U.S. history. The number of overdose deaths from opioids has quadrupled since 1999, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

When was the last time you hired someone who was d/Deaf or hard of hearing? Probably more recently than you know! According to the d/Deaf People and Employment in the US report, the workforce is composed of at least 48% of people who are d/ Deaf or hard of hearing.

I’m not going to mince words. The most important word in “human resources” is human. I sincerely hope you agree. Not everyone does.

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