4 Ways To NOT Get My Business

It’s part of the game, we all understand. As long as “buyers” exist, there will always be “sellers.” Now, in an age of increasing transparency, there are multiple ways for… Get the Rest

Recruiting: Your Little Brother Is All Grown-Up

Work in big corporations long enough and you start to recognize the caste system inherent in the professional community. R&D is indispensable, Manufacturing has to actually make the ideas come to

Business Travel Will Expand Your Horizons

I'm about to visit Havana on a cultural exchange mission. America is sending over some of its best and brightest HR leaders to talk about staffing, workplace issues,

Four Things that Make a Business Builder

Twitter is in the news a lot lately, with the return of Jack Dorsey as its CEO. Some stories revolve around Dorsey and his relationship with Fred Wilson, a

Talent Acquisition is a Zero-Sum Game

There is a mathematical concept called Zero-Sum. What is says is basically when one person, organization, etc. will gain, there is an equal loss by another person, organization, etc.

5 Things You Should Know This Week

Welcome back to another great week with FOT! Check out these 5 articles to get your Monday started right: 1. Millennials Who Are Thriving Financially Have One Thing in Common: These,

Think Like A Marketer: The LD Edition

Let’s face it. So much of what we do in the HR/talent management space is marketing. Holland Dombeck McCue has drawn the parallels between recruiting and marketing like

Using the Sunk Costs Concept to Manage Performance

Want a little insight into the educational background of your FOT contributor today? I started off as a business major at a state school, took Accounting 101, flunked

People With High Standards (Like Jim Harbaugh) Wear People Out

FOT Note:  We here at FOT like to think we get talent and HR at a different level. At the very least, we are probably going to have

5 Things You Should Have In Your ATS Messaging to Avoid Looking Like an ***

FOT Note: This post is sponsored by the good folks at CareerBuilder.com, who care so much about the world of recruiting and human resources that they've become an annual