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If you don’t like the answer, you can always change the question. Especially if you have money. Lots of money. There’s a lot of companies across America that struggle with… Get the Rest
Channelling the Spice Girls this fine morning. I've been on the phone a lot lately. And for some reason, I'm really enjoying it, I thought for years I
Talent acquisition professionals get paid to talk turkey with candidates. I am talking about cold, hard cash money. What do you need, what do you feel your skillset
Because I often have nothing more interesting to do in my spare time, I like to peruse the Federal Reserve Board’s Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions,
Because you never, ever get tired of the ‘sports and HR/talent’ connection, strap in while I offer up the HR and talent management in the real world spin
Quote - "If the grass looks greener on the other side, it is probably AstroTurf." -Unknown Everybody wants more money, people. This we know. Internal issues related to pay are one thing.
Terminating employees sucks. But everyone has to do it from time to time. One way to soften the blow of an exit notification is the offer of severance.
I love research. This is from a recent study by Economist: "Research into this area is tricky; getting decent data is hard, and asking people to reveal their sexual
With your best people, there's always a rub that emerges. Who owns the idea? Let me rephrase: You can have the best people that are just really good at making
Always low prices. Always. I think that has been, more or less, the tagline for Walmart for the last 198 years. The world’s largest retailer and largest private sector