David Dellman, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Too Much to Do in Too Little Time

Too much work to do in too little time is a common workplace complaint. Managers want to get the best bang for their buck, so they often intentionally assign an unrealistic workload hoping that their employees will rise to the occasion. Many years ago, when I was in...

HR is an Investment in the Lives of Others

From the time I was 14, I wanted to be a pastor or priest. I love to preach, and that was part of it, but I also loved the idea of investing my life in the lives of others. The parish priest is the one you call when you are sick or troubled, getting married, or when...

Punctuality

In the workplace and our lives outside of the workplace, the opinion formed of us by our peers, friends, co-workers, and employers is directly impacted positively or negatively by our punctuality. When we show up on time not once but consistently, we are seen as...

Perseverance

I was the Director of HR for Richcroft Inc. for 26 years. I began in April of 1994, and my last day was July 17, 2020. Not all of the moments in all of those years were smooth and easy. I faced challenges every day, and as the HR director, it was my job to address...