HR commandments

The 10 Commandments of HR

As an interesting experiment, I decided to create a list of “thou shalts/thou shalls” for HR pros. The list is similar to the “original” 10 Commandments List, of course. That… Get the Rest

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The Real Reason HR Is Hated: CEO Commitment Phobia

Last week I had the pleasure of participating in the Fistful of Talent/SumTotal Hangout with Kris Dunn and Tim Sackett where we had a fabulous HR rant session.

never forget

#NeverForget

On our evening walk through the park last night, my husband and I realized that today would mark the 13th anniversary of the attacks on the US by

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3 Things You Never Want To Hear At The End Of An Interview

Don't ask me how this idea came up. You know there is that awkward time right at the end of an interview when you know the interview is done, you've

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4 Useless Things Career Advisers Tell You

Over the weekend I caught this kind of interesting piece debunking much of what the investment advice industry tells its clients (that is you and me), The Four

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3 Goals to Improve Your Onboarding Regimen (Or Lack Thereof)

For most companies, the reality of a smooth onboarding process is mostly a pipe dream. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few onboarding goals to

dirty recruiting

Recruiting Is Not the Dirty Part of HR.

The HR content machine, Tim Sackett, wrote over at his blog a few weeks ago about the need for corporate recruiters to aggressively go after talent in the

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The CYA Report E67: HR Tech Conference Preview [PODCAST]

It's that time of year, people. It's time for the best show in the talentsphere, and we're here with HR Tech Conference co-chair, Steve Boese, to preview a

Passion

4 Ways I Tell If Someone I’m Interviewing Has Passion About the Job…

You want candidates who are passionate about what they do for a living, don't you? Of course you do. But passion for a profession is tough to get a

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5 Common Myths Employees Have About HR & Recruiting

I know many of you run into the same thing. You introduce yourself to someone in a non-professional setting---say a neighborhood picnic or some other social gathering. The