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Suzanne Lucas, also known as The Evil HR Lady after her wildly popular blog, is a bit of a legend in the HR space. After spending a decade in corporate HR where she hired, fired and managed the numbers, she moved on to become a full time writer and HR consultant focused on helping people have great careers, be better managers and sort through all of the questions and nuance that come with managing people. Her work has appeared in Inc. The New York Times and our very own ReWork, along with many other places.
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