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“Presenteeism costing employers 11 weeks per worker.” That’s the article heading that leapt off the page when I received my HR Daily update. (“Presenteeism…” you know it’s a relatively new… Get the Rest

PREACH IT: March Madness Means Half Your Employees Are Back to Mailing It In…

It's mid-March in the United States. That means the following things: - Some of your employees are about to get absolutely hammered this Thursday on St. Patrick's Day. Green dye

Finding Social Ghosts In Today’s Recruiting World

We're led to believe that everyone has a social footprint. "Tim, even Grandmas are on Facebook now!" "LinkedIn has over 414 Million users!" "Facebook has over 2 Billion

FOT Trades Tim Sackett to Detroit SHRM for 2 Chapter Members To Be Named Later

PRESS RELEASE ATLANTA, GA FEBRUARY 18, 11:58AM ET Fistful of Talent, a premiere site offering news, thought and opinion in the world of talent management and talent acquisition, has announced the

HR TIP: Facebook Still Kickin’ And Working

I had an HR Pro who totally “gets it”---whom I really, really like and completely respect---tell me he doesn’t do Facebook. Hmmm. Actually, I get it and don’t

Performance Management Economics: Regression to the Mean of Top Performers…

I've got a theory I've written about before: EVERY MANAGER and INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTOR HAS A SHELF LIFE AT A COMPANY. What's a shelf life? Shelf life means that you

Kick-Start Your HR Creativity – Two Lessons From Jared Leto

The Thin Red Line. Fight Club.  American Psyco.  These are films that solidified Jared Leto's success as an Oscar-winning actor. Then, as his star was rising, he basically stopped

The Only Skill That Really Matters for Recruiting & Sourcing

While there’s been some slight advances in the tools and technologies available for finding top talent, even the most advanced systems are simply automating what the most effective

Control Your HR World With These Princess Leia Tricks

You say you’ve lost control? You’ve never had control. But you can’t let that stop you. You’ve got work to do---good work. You’ve got people who depend on

A Simple Formula For Becoming An Enviable Place To Work

Eventually, all leadership teams come to a realization that if they "win" in attracting higher caliber people than their competitors to their company then they will also "win"