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Tim Sackett talks T3 – WANTED Analytics

T3 – Talent Tech Tuesday – is a weekly series here at The Project to educate and inform everyone who stops by on a daily/weekly basis on some great recruiting… Get the Rest

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You Don’t Really Value Your Great Employees

I'll take it one step further and say you don't even know which employees are great let alone know how to put a value on them. Let's think about

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Tim Sackett talks Surge Pay

My friend Laurie Ruettiman wrote about Uber’s Surge pricing recently.  You know, when Uber basically is super busy, so to advantage of this time, they up their prices

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You Never Truly Leave Your Favorite Job

I wasn’t a huge fan of high school.  I didn’t hate it---I just always felt my time was not the four years of high school, or at least

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Tim Sackett says ACA Compliance – HR, You’re In Trouble!

I wanted to title this – “The most boring post ever!” But you guys know I couldn’t write a boring post! Going through my debrief of HR Tech and

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Ebola Isn’t A Disease I’m Scared Of

The hysteria around Ebola in the U.S. right now is understandable. People who contract it have a 70% chance of dying, and the death isn't pretty---it's horrific. It's

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Tim Sackett discusses The Problem With Executives Estimating Risk

I harp on my peers when I speak about our role as HR Pros.  I tell HR Pros it is not our job to eliminate risk, it’s our

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Tim Sackett lists The Top HR Products for 2014!

I like new technology, which is why I’m headed out to the HR Technology Conference this week.  HR tech has continues to transform how we deliver HR and Talent solutions

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Next Gen Headhunting – Hired.com

If you haven't read anything about Hired.com and you're in Talent Acquisition, consider yourself to be living under a rock! Check out what others are saying here, here and

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Tim Sackett says Make HR Suck Less

Are you working in a HR department that sucks?  You know if you are, it’s alright, you can admit it – it’s the first step of changing it. I