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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 little bit… Get the Rest

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Interns and Why They’re Awesome

It's summertime!  That means it's time for college students around the country to decide if they are going to take that class trip to Mazatlán or head out

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HR Vocabulary Lesson #3 – Consistency

If you follow my recent postings over on my company blog, you may have seen a couple of posts on HR vocabulary (ambiguity and emergent). I am trying

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Would You Pay To Get Interview Feedback?

I get my ideas in the shower.  I have a busy life, so it seems like my down time is that solid 5 to 10 minutes I get

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Oops–I Deleted the HR Department

(DEARBORN, MI) – Last night, during a routine server swap, John Davies, IT Director at Kapper Media, inadvertently deleted the company’s entire HR department, sources confirm. “All the files,

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The CYA Report E56: How HR Is Killing Innovation with Hitendra Patel [PODCAST]

Welcome to The CYA Report, brought to you by Workforce.com and Fistful of Talent. On today’s show we have Hitendra Patel, Managing Director of the IXL Center and Chair of

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Maybe the Ignorant Have the Best HR Answers

I am ignorant. I’m not stupid.  I’m not slow.  I’m just ignorant. I’m ignorant of what HR practitioners go through every day.  I don’t know what they hear from their

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Are YOU Planning on Doing Away With Your Managers? Doubtful.

A new word crept into HR's vernacular last week:  holacracy. Better get used to seeing it because I'm sure every twitter chat and every blog post by every consultant

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Beware of You—”Wait and Do” (Part 2 of 4)

The first installment was fairly remarkable if I do say so m'self. This post? Wow, are you in for a treat—I've got taglines. One of my favorite concepts from Dr. Pritchett's Hacking

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Through the HR Glass, Darkly

If you had to pick, what one new or emerging technology would you expect to have the most significant impact on work and workplaces in, say, the next