Due to too much negativity in this world, I am changing this blog to Angel HR Lady.

From now on, only positive stories about HR! No complaints about employees, coworkers, bosses, managers, unions, children, paychecks, payroll, cooking fish in the microwave, drug testing, fingerprinting, recruiting, ghosting, FMLA, FLSA, FFCRA, PPP, OSHA, HRCI, SHRM, CBS, FERPA, FCRA, FTE, KPI, USERRA, EEOC, KPMG, HRM, CHRO, CEO, KSA, MBO, MBTI, OFCCP, or coffee.

Any news article I share will show HR in a positive light. No negativity allowed.

Starting today we will have positive affirmations. This is today’s official positive affirmation thread. Please write your positive affirmation on this post. Failure to do so will result in one-to-one coaching until you can learn to see things through rose-colored glasses.


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22 thoughts on “Introducing Angel HR Lady

  1. My positive affirmation is that this post is, shall we say, perfect and very timely. It fits beautifully with the calendar. Well-done. Bravo. 🙂

  2. I bless my current job with love and know that it is only a stepping-stone on my pathway.

  3. I learned if I don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything.

    I appreciate you, Suzanne, and everyone in this group. <3

  4. Well done, being positive will automatically remove all negativity..
    All the best.

  5. Well done, being positive will automatically remove all negativity..
    All the best.

    1. Thank you so much, your hard work and positive nature help the society to grow.
      Keep Going Keep Doing.

  6. Awesome News that this will be a place of positive energy! What did you say the new theme/subject will be? Are we no longer going to address HR related subjects? LOL 😉

  7. I am delighted to report that I am working on a fabulous team, with an amazing manager. He is unfailingly kind, respectful, and supportive, and regularly touts our skills and successes up the chain and to the broader array of teams with which we work. It’s truly glorious.

    With that in mind, I just have this:
    “A person who feels appreciated will almost always do more than expected.”

  8. I agree! And today, I will address all toilet-related issues with enthusiasm and glee, for I know what an honor it is to be called upon as the Potty Patrol.

    Tis blessed we are, indeed, to be part of a field that is held in such high regard that we are the chosen ones to handle issues no one else will touch.

    Happy April 1st, team!

  9. Employee, on a Friday afternoon, to their boss: “I hate HR. I hate everything about HR. I hate what we do, how we do it, and why we do it. Sometimes I even hate myself for working in HR. Why, this week we had to….”

    Employer: “Whoa, hold on there Lone Ranger. That’s no way to approach things. You need to look at the bright side. Yes, you need to be positive, to see the good that’s going on. Yes, definitely, you need to be more positive.”

    Employee, after a slight pause: “You’re right, I do need to be more positive. I positively hate HR. I positively hate everything about HR. I positively hate what we do, how we do it, and why we do it. Sometimes I positively even hate myself for working in HR. Why, this week we had to….”


    On a more positive note, I really appreciated your sense of humor, your nuanced attempt to bring a smile, your understanding that HR is not totally, completely, and positively evil, and that you are just kidding, that you are just switching things up a little to bring a little spice and variety into our otherwise dull and miserable existences … that you don’t really mean it … right … right?

  10. Nice! 81 years old retired for 20 years former CFO/HR/OP manager of a small private company. I have always enjoyed reading your comments on how to handle many of the situations that now appear in today’s workplace. It made me to realize/understand HR mistakes that I made in the 18years the company grew from 900k in annual revenue to 18M. BTW I always tried to be positive and hold a high ethical position for all staff members and the company. “jhumm@sbcglobal.net”

  11. I was asked by a rich and formerly-famous person (who shall remain anonymous … Federal Witness Protection Program) to please include a positive affirmation in this thread, and I’m more than happy to:

    Good Evening Mr. and Mrs. America and All the Ships at Sea … (I’m sure John Humm, above, will “get” this allusion): I served in the Army in a 1-year assignment as an S1 (personnel) staff officer. It was fun. I got to do all kinds of fun things. I got to work with fun people. I got to tackle all kinds of fun projects. I learned all about the fun things HR people get to do (not have to do, but get to do) and how much fun it is to work in such a fun field.

    So there, there’s my positive affirmation.

    Thank you very much (and you can drop the bribe (I mean the honorarium) in the usual place, in small, unmarked bills).

  12. I really hope as HR Professionals that we’re not THAT gullible to read this as anything other than an April Fool’s post. Sheesh.

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