What Did 56,000+ Software Developers Say About the Job Market?

Tim Sackett Good HR, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Star Wars, Tim Sackett, Udacity, Uncategorized

Stack Overflow recently released the results from their annual Developer Survey and this year over 56,000 Developers from 173 countries answered questions about the tech they love, the tech they hate and dozens of other questions that will help you understand them better and recruit them to your organization! Stack Overflow is the largest online community for programmers in the world. Here …

5 Truths About Detail Orientation In the People You Hire

Kris Dunn Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, Kris Dunn, Organizational Development, Recruiting

My company gets the opportunity to be involved in thousands of hires ever year.  It’s an interesting test tube, especially since we help other companies hire.  So, it’s not our culture we’re hiring for most of the time, but the individual cultures of the client who partner with Kinetix. As part of that, I’ve grown up a little bit related …

HR Creepiness – Don’t Be That Guy (Gal)

Paul Hebert Change Management, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, HR, HR Tech, Paul Hebert

Clowns. It’s probably been a long time since you gave clowns a second thought. But now, with the Presidential election and headlines like this from my neck of the woods – “Creepy details released in South Carolina clown sightings”– you probably are thinking about clowns more often. BTW – best line from the clown article link is this: “They told the …

5 Ways Managers of People Can Make It All About Their Employees

Kris Dunn Employee Coaching, Employee Communications, Employee Engagement, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, Kris Dunn, Learning and Development, meridan, Meridian

Got a good session coming up on Wednesday at 1pm ET (October 11) at the Meridian Learning and Development Hangout Series called “How Leaning Can Reframe Managers As Career Agents” (click on the link to register). The focus of what we’ll talk about are the biggest keys in terms of employees feeling like managers are agents for their career.  It’s pretty simple – …

See How Real IT Pros Respond to Actual Recruiter Emails

Tim Sackett Candidate Pool, Good HR, HR, Recruiting, Sourcing, Tim Sackett, Uncategorized

One of the hottest debates amongst Recruiters in both corporate and agency is what email communication is the best to send to a candidate to get a positive response. When this topic was recently addressed in a Facebook group, recruiters lost their minds! As soon as someone posts an email that works for them, the group would tear them apart …

Peyton Manning Syndrome: Over-Exposing High Potential Talent

RJ Morris Coaching, Communication, Culture, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, Leadership, Learning and Development, Outmatch, RJ Morris

If you’re looking for more thoughts on how to develop talent, join FOT for our webinar on Using Assessments to Build Your Superteam (click this link to register). You’re there, deep in conversation, counseling a high potential early in her career. She wants to move up, and you think she has the chops.  You want to give her the opportunity to …

What Is the Next HR Phase?

Paul Hebert Employee Engagement, employee experience, Employment Branding and Culture, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, HR, Paul Hebert

This is a post that asks a simple question. What will the next phase of HR be? Right now we’re in the “Engagement” phase. Everyone is focused on employee engagement as the panacea for corporate performance. We’ve been through a few phases over the years and I’m feeling that itch on my left ear means “the times they are a-changing.” …

Talent Acquisition Is The Only HR Function That Matters

Dawn Burke candidate experience, Candidate Pool, Dawn Burke, Employment Branding and Culture, Good HR, HR, Influence, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Uncategorized

Sorda. I’m a generalist. I’m a grinder. I’m a leader. As a generalist at heart I do it all. Many of you do as well. So when I’m asked what is the most important function under the HR umbrella, I take a deep breath. I mean, picking the most important HR function is like: Saying your oldest child is the …

So You Want Innovation From the Peeps? The Way You Set Goals Will Have to Change.

Kris Dunn Audacious Ideas, Good HR, Innovation, Kris Dunn, Learning and Development, Performance

Senior level course on performance and goal setting today, people. It’s not often that I hear people tell me they wish they could get more innovation from their direct reports.  It happens from time to time, but let’s face it – the world is moving pretty fast and for the most part, we’re all just trying to keep up.  Innovation …