It’s been harder for me to let go of doing the CedarCrestone HR Systems Survey after sixteen years of managing it than I thought it would be. It takes time to pass along the intricacies of doing this Survey and getting over 1,250 organizations to respond. This year was to be a transition year for me to move towards leaving CedarCrestone, and I thought I could go from full time to 30 hours a week to 20 hours a week by now—but so far, that’s not been possible. Not to say that Stacey Harris isn’t awesome and totally handling the Survey—she is! There are just so many processes for the Survey design, distribution, data cleansing, data analysis, and more, along with connections to Survey distributors I’ve nurtured over the years and ideas of things I’ve always wanted to do with the Survey. Thus, I’m still working a lot more than I expected. Don’t get me wrong, though: I’m not too unhappy. I don’t have to do the hard work this year. I can be an idea person, reviewer, and critic.
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