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REACTION: Eileen Fisher Company The term "HR best practices" refers to a collection of human resources practices that are proven to achieve positive results in the workplace. Having a best HR practice in your business makes it the one where people want to work and, once hired, enjoy their jobs. It results into satisfied employees that support your reputation as a company where employees are treated well. Many companies in the U.S. are applying HR best practices, the first was the FED EX but I choose Eileen Fisher which is a clothing retailer. Eileen Fisher relies on the high-end customer service provided by its employees. To reward employees for successful team-focused performance, the company provides generous employee discounts and monetary clothing allowances. Employees enjoy annual bonuses equalling four weeks of pay and financial remuneration for wellness and personal education. The company's focus on happy employees has nurtured the growth of loyal employee support and continued high levels of customer service. As it was reflected in the article, we could observe there practices on how the effectively manage their employees. Firstly, firm’s collaborative leadership style is the opposite of top-down management. It begins in the center as was said by chief culture officer Susan Schor. From what we have learned, leadership goes from top to bottom or bottom to top. Eileen Fisher does the opposite. Secondly, their leadership teams are run by facilitators, who are not necessarily the ones who make the decisions. There leadership works in teams and practiced that no one reports to anyone but they have the connection. They also have effective hiring strategy wherein it includes multiple team interviews and after these, they give the employee lots of benefits, services and help them develop personally. This makes the employee stay with them for more than 5 years. Lastly, company supports “eco-conscious” practices as well as responsible business activities that

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