3 Reasons HR Should Pay Attention to the Amazon-Whole Foods Deal

$13.7 billion buys a lot of organic quinoa. Lots of talk around Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods and what it means for the grocery business, farmers, those whose jobs will… Get the Rest

Wonder “WHOA Man”

More than anything, I wanted a Barbie when I was little.  Santa thankfully came through the year I was 5 and I still have that very special Barbie

Which HR Specialty Lets You Work Forever?

As we approach year-end, be prepared to hear alarming stats about how no one saves enough for retirement. 'Tis the season for breathless stories about how underfunded we

A Date Which Will Live In Infamy…

It is always a challenge for me to write some pithy post about HR and its adjacent issues when the post falls on a pretty historic day. 9-11

Leadership. It’s Always the Answer

How many of you are in the throes of strategy planning and budgeting for 2017?  It's also talent review, total rewards and expense management season.  Oh, and for

Lena Dunham & Influencer Marketing – Another Feather in GE’s Recruitment Marketing Hat

GE’s comically awkward “What’s the Matter with Owen?” recruiting commercials hit the air last fall as one of the first tactics to recruit young people to join the

3 Ways To Create Your Own Warrior Team

On April 13th, the Golden State Warriors made history with their 73rd win for the season.  In just a bit over 5 years they've gone from trash to

Swipe Right: The Most Attractive Job Titles According to Tinder

Tinder---the wildly popular dating app---rolled out the ability to add job titles and education to user profiles last November, layering another data point onto their algorithm to help

2016: The Year of Intentional [Recruitment] Marketing

I’m officially approaching fan girl status when it comes to the #ChooseATL campaign. Rather than me rehashing the details, you can read my blog post here and listen

The Post and Pray Podcast: To Land Top Talent, You’ve Got To Tell The Story. #ChooseATL

The word "choice" plays an active role in today's guest's mission to attract top talent to the Atlanta area. Aptly named ChooseATL, the organization's Vice-President, Kate Atwood, capitalizes