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VIDEO: Laurie Ruettimann on Does Your C-Suite Care About Onboarding?

On this episode of “No Scrubs,” two of my personal favorite HR personalities are talking shop related to the undying passion your C-Suite has for your company’s onboarding process… or not. Dawn Burke follows up… Get the Rest


5 Signs Your New Hire Is Using You As A Rebound Job

Okay, how many of you out there have ever been in a rebound relationship? And by rebound I mean someone else was using you as their rebound. Come

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Your C-Suite Doesn’t Care About Onboarding

(But I’m still gonna give you tips on how to onboard properly; it’s coming a little later) Onboaring is important, but not as important to your CEO as you


The Only Metric You Need To Gauge Onboarding Success

No one has ever accused me of adding complexity to a situation. Small words work best with us Midwest folk. Unfortunately, we sometimes allow our desire to provide


WEBINAR: Bootstrap Your Training Function: 5 Ways To Make Learning Matter In Your Company

It's true. You know the true power of learning and development, known to the laypeople in your company by the pedestrian term "Training."   A revamp of your

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Don’t Hide Your Crazy

"Go and fix your makeup, well, it's just a break up, Run and hide your crazy and start actin' like a lady..." Miranda Lambert sings about it, there are t-shirts

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Richard Branson Didn’t Go Far Enough – Paid Time Off BEFORE You Start Working

Over the last week or so there's been a ton of buzz over Richard Branson's unlimited time-off policy for the Virgin Group. Personally, I think this move is


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

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4 Ways to Make Sure Millenials Don’t Blow Off Your Training

I make training software for growing businesses and I was born in 1988, so you could say I have a unique perspective on the millennial-training conundrum, which effectively

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Welcome to Your New Job! Now Please Don’t Touch Anything.

Ok, picture this. You've just spent the last three months trying desperately to hire someone to fill an especially difficult position. You've interviewed more candidates than you care