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RECRUITER RECHARGE: How to Hire a Recruiter – Look for Macgyverisms

Editor’s Note – Welcome to the Recruiter Recharge, a new series we’re kicking off in conjunction with the uber-pro recruiting team at Newton Software. Each month, we’ll do a featured… Get the Rest

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Anti-Recognition? Is That A Thing?

We’ve all seen the studies---heck we’ve been beat over the head by them in the last few years. Recognition will cure whatever ails your company! Over the past 10

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In Defense of HR

What a surprise---another article on why HR is the root of all that's evil and wrong with our organizations. It's beginning to feel like if it's a slow

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Weird Al Writes the World’s Greatest Mission Statement

You may have seen the plethora of Weird Al videos invading your Facebook feed lately. You see, he currently has the #1 album in the country.  The video

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What Does “Having It All” Mean for HR?

Let's face it.  There are a lot of women in HR.  There are also fewer women at the top, as with other professions.  When women do get to

Thought Leader

Thought Leader = What, Exactly?

I have a new pet peeve. I occasionally get messages from HR people looking to network or looking for opportunities.  That's cool.  We all do that.  No big whoop. 

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You Have So Much Potential

If you were MENSA eligible, would you join the organization? For me, the answer is a resounding NO. The main reason is... it would screw with me, and

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Which HR Meme Are You?

Let's face it... we're all cartoon caricatures even when we're not trying to be. You're a meme, I'm a meme and everyone we know is a meme. Let’s

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The Missing Ingredient with Failure: Leader Acceptance

The idea that failure is a good thing has become a vogue topic of late. The hope that you can always “fail forward” or find growth from failure

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Can You Afford a Competent Squatter?

If there is one thing that just screams out fun, it’s when someone hits you up at an after-work happy hour for HR advice.  That’s sad stuff—it’s not