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Human Resources Cheat Sheets

 

We've gathered resources from around the Web to help you handle tricky human resources-related tasks, like interviewing and evaluating prospective employees. You'll find cheat sheets that show you how to communicate effectively and how deal with problematic people -- among other resources. Do you have a favorite human resources cheat sheet? Let us know!

Need more information before you get started? See our definitions for emotional intelligence, soft skills and human factors.

  • Troubleshooting Human Communications -- This cheat sheet offers communication tips for technologists, engineers, and information workers.

  • The Interviewing Cheat Sheet -- This page provides helpful information for both interviewers and interviewees. Included are typical questions to prepare for, a list of questions that can't legally be asked, and much more.

  • The Manager's Cheat Sheet -- This resource lists and explains 101 common sense rules for managers to help you deal effectively with clients, employees and the general public.

  • Federal Laws -- This Dummies resource defines United States laws relevant to human resources.

  • Federal Laws -- This Dummies resource defines United States laws relevant to human resources.

  • Emotional Intelligence Categories and Terminology -- This page lists Daniel Goleman's categories of emotional intelligence and criteria related to each.

We've got lots more! 

Check out the full collection of  Our Favorite Cheat Sheets for fast help on a wide range of subjects. You'll find information about advertising lingo, chat abbreviations and a wide range of more technical content, including subjects like programming, blogging, browser shortcuts, and search engine optimization.

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